Gods disguised as men. An ancient ritual. Humanity in the balance.
Silas Bishop left the SEAL teams for a quiet life of contract work, but when his wife died on his first mission, he didn’t take it well. After five years of killing everyone responsible, he learns that David Philips, the man whose betrayal started it all, is still alive in San Diego, California. Silas sets out to finish him once and for all. But when he finds himself in a fatal motorcycle accident, he realizes the truth. Philips is a god.
Silas travels through Hell and Earth, prodded by the dark figure who saved him. He can have his revenge as long as he does what he’s told. Taking orders was never Silas’s strong suit.
Hounded by werewolves and gods at every turn, Silas will have to ask for the help of the one man whose trust he can never regain. Can Silas become a god slayer, or will humanity crumble into the fires of Ragnarok?
Immortal Fear is the adult urban fantasy thriller you’ve been waiting for. Fans of Jim Butcher, Kevin Hearne, and Joe Abercrombie will love the mix of darkness and sarcastic wit that Silas Bishop brings to the table.
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About the Author
Just the nice guy from down the street who happens to write about imaginary things. I teach music during the day and write about fantastical things at night. I love connecting with people about music but it’s my dream to write full time and bring my amazing stories to life.
I could talk at length about my life as a musician: studying flamenco with Juan Serrano, touring Europe, or playing in rock bands, but the stories I really want to tell are the ones brewing in my head.
When I’m not spending my spare time with my wife and son, I like to practice shredding guitar licks or check out the occasional metal show. I’m an avid video gamer and Dungeons and Dragons player.
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