Wrath of Empire (Gods of Blood and Powder #2)

Superstitious people claimed that the Hock had been carved by a war between gods millennia ago. During his time in the labor camps, Styke had once been partnered with a geologist–one of those government-employed fellows sent to look for likely deposits of gold ore–who had insisted that this sarp terrain had been caused by immense mountains of ice creeping their way across the land tends of thousands of years ago.

Styke had always dismissed him as a lunatic.


Sins of Empire (Gods of Blood and Powder #1)

“But, sir, you look like you’ve seen a ghost!”

Robson considered the brief vision, his brow furrowing as he let it hand in his mind for a few moments. “No,” he sad. “Not a ghost. I’ve seen God.”