You get Book 1 (God Awful Loser), Book 2 (God Awful Thief), and Book 3 (God Awful Rebel) of the God Awful series in eBook format by the author, S. Acevedo.
About God Awful Loser:
Life’s good at the top.
Until you’re not.
The son of the God of War has it all, and the smooth-talking, jet-setting master knows it. The once chubby cherub now has adoring fans, a shiny red limousine, and a mansion nearly, almost, not quite big enough to hold his enormous and ever-growing ego.
But everything changes for the sloppy, ill-aiming love god when a meddling stranger challenges him for his crown. Not even the advice of his war-mongering father, Mars, and embarrassingly underdressed mother, Venus, can save Cupid from the skids. Facing enraged immortals, epic battles against hell’s most vile creatures, and the dread of becoming mortal himself, Cupid teams up with an unlikely band of misfit fallen angels in the hopes of saving himself, the Olympic kingdom, and humans the world over. But can such an inept team of losers finally win when it counts?
Funny, rude, and planted smack in modern times, God Awful Loser is a new chapter on the ancient gods’ bad — and hugely entertaining — choices. May we never follow in their footsteps.
About God Awful Thief:
Cupid’s back and at the top of his game.
The always adored – and now restored – God of Love has a new look, a new attitude, and even a steady girlfriend. With his humiliating dethronement and harrowing banishment behind him, Cupid wants nothing more than to settle in to a comfortable immortality.
But someone has dreamed up a different plan.
With a sea god setting the oceans against him, a drama-loving hanger-on refusing to go away, and the king of the gods ordering Cupid to steal the most powerful relic ever made by the most cunning god ever angered, Cupid and his leading lady, Tamara, must join a new cast and crew to face their most challenging mission yet. The stage is set for an epic performance, but just who is writing this script? And will Cupid and his troupe figure it out before they lose their minds – and quite possibly their lives?
God Awful Thief brings new hilarity and an ever-expanding cast of fickle gods to Cupid’s misadventures, potential tragedies, and everlasting comedies. God Awful Thief is the second act in the God Awful series of books.
About God Awful Rebel:
Cupid’s star is soaring.
The once-banished god of love has more street cred than ever, thanks to twice saving the kingdom. He’s been declared heir to Olympus and aims to wed the girl of his dreams.
But enemies of the gods taste blood in the air, and a swarm of saboteurs come slithering in.
When three snake-haired sisters long assumed dead lay siege to the heavens, they threaten all that Cupid holds dear. Add a goddess fighting to hide the truth, and ancient elementals bent on revenge, and there might not be any world left to save.
Cupid, though, has a secret of his own, one even he doesn’t know. Will he discover it in time? Can the heir apparent and his fragmented forces crush this new danger under heel? Or is the venom coursing too deep? Only a charmer like Cupid can unwind these deadly coils.
God Awful Rebel smokes out the ways of old in the third and final bite of the God Awful series.
Praise for God Awful Loser:
“…funny moments and attention-grabbing action scenes…this book might appeal to older fans of the Rick Riordan books or to those interested in Roman mythology”
– School Library Journal
“Loved this book. God Awful Loser kept me laughing the entire time.”
-Tim Knox, Host of Interviewing Authors
An awesome summer read you can’t miss!
-Tribeca GalleryCafe & Books
Praise for God Awful Thief:
“An impressively imaginative, extraordinarily witty, and exceptionally talented novelist, Ms. Acevedo continues to provide an expanding parade of fickle gods entwined with Cupid’s misadventures, potential tragedies, and everlasting comedies in her God Awful series. An inherently riveting read from beginning to end, God Awful Thief is very highly recommended for personal reading lists as well as community library Fantasy Fiction collections.”
– Midwest Book Review