From the New York Times best-selling series
Age of Godpunk
By James Lovegrove
Humanity takes the war to the heavens on 27th August (US & Can) and 12th September (UK)
£7.99 (UK) ISBN 978-1-78108-128-0
$7.99/$9.99 (US & CAN) ISBN 978-1-78108-129-7
“The kind of complex, action-oriented SF Dan Brown would write if Dan Brown could write.”
– The Guardian
In Africa, Dion Yeboah is drawn into a life-or-death battle of wits by a sinister spider; in 1968, student Guy Lucas performs a black mass and finds you cannot trick the Devil; and energy billionaire Barnaby Pollard discovers that Mother Nature is not to be tampered with – welcome to the Age of Godpunk.
James Lovegrove’s New York Times best-selling Pantheon series returns with a trilogy of electric tales that pit humanity against the gods. From Satan to Anansi, and even Gaia herself, this omnibus of stories is packed with whimsical deities and foolish humans.
The Age of Godpunk launch will be at Blackwells, Charing Cross Road, London, at 6.30pm on Thursday 5 September.
Jared Shurin, of the cult genre website Pornokitsch, will hold an evening in conversation with James Lovegrove. This event is free, but please book a place by emailing email@example.com
About the Author
James Lovegrove published his first novel at the age of 24 and has since had more than 20 books out, including The Hope, Escardy Gap (co-written with Peter Crowther), Days, The Foreigners, How The Other Half Lives, Untied Kingdom, Imagined Slights, Worldstorm, Gig and Provender Gleed. His short fiction has appeared in magazines as diverse as Interzone and Nature and in numerous anthologies. He has written extensively for reluctant readers, with titles such as Wings, The House of Lazarus, Ant God, Cold Keep, Kill Swap and Dead Brigade. He has also produced a sequence of teen fantasy novels, the Clouded World series, under the pseudonym Jay Amory. He is a regular reviewer of fiction for the Financial Times and lives in Eastbourne on the south coast of England with his wife Lou, sons Monty and Theo, and cat Ozzy.