Myths and heroes may be reborn, but the whims of the gods never change.
Enter a world where Game of Thrones meets Clash of the Titans with this collection of the first three books from the "highly recommended" Osteria Chronicles series.
Perfect for fans of mythology and historical fantasy fiction by Madeline Miller, Simon Scarrow, S.J.A. Turney, Mary Renault, and Glyn Iliffe, The Osteria Chronicles are a captivating series in which the myths, gods, and heroes of Ancient Greece come to life as you've never seen them before.
In anticipation of the conclusion of the series in 2020, this set includes…
- The Trials of Hercules: In a world where mortals contend with the gods' vengeful whims, one man must ask himself if he will risk his life to defend the goddess who has done everything to destroy him.
- The Voyage of Heroes: In a dangerous game that pits god against god, and family against one another, trust proves to be the deadliest weapon.
- The Maze of Minos: With the gods as your allies, your life, your world, and your sanity have never been in more danger.
- Exclusive Bonus Content: From the creation of the series to a tour through the world of Osteria, this collection includes a wealth of bonus material not available in earlier versions of the books.
Adventure, betrayal, and passion are waiting. Lose yourself in a new world by grabbing The Osteria Chronicles Box Set today!What Readers are Saying..."I strongly recommend this series...""This book should be rated as one of the top ten books of the year. I can't emphasize enough how good this book was and how much I enjoyed reading it.""The interactions of the gods and mortals was inspired. Seeing the gods behaving badly was a treat.""…kept me turning pages the whole way through like any guilty pleasure""…satisfying, from beginning to end.""…highly recommended for fans of fantasy in general and Greek mythology in particular…"What is Osteria?
Hundreds of years ago, North America experienced The Disaster. In what was once the Pacific Northwest, the survivors built a new world, Osteria, which was then divided into twelve city-states.
To this world came the gods formerly worshipped by the Ancient Greeks. The gods have not changed—they are still powerful, petty, and consumed with rivalries and jealousy.
And just as before, the gods do not play fairly with those who stand in their way.