Hades Ascendant and Others: More Weird Tales from the Opheliaverse

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Chris Ebert is the creator of the Ophelia Mythos transmedia phenomenon, CEO of Ophelia Myth Media, and principal author of the Opheliaverse book series. Chris has been a guest on several radio shows, has authored numerous political satire articles, and holds doctoral degree in folklore. He holds a chair position with the Thoth Foundation. He lives in New York City.
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Hades Ascendant and Others: More Weird Tales from the Opheliaverse
 

Authored by Chris Ebert

Chris Ebert follows up Ophelia and Other Weird Tales with eleven new mythos pieces. The adventures and stories of favorite Opheliaverse characters continue. Familiar heroes battle a legendary figure at Christmastime in the tiny town of Bethlehem, PA. A coven of ancient Roman vampires contend with a heathen shaman. The demon Asmodeus must save the souls of two boys from a rival demon in nineteenth century New York and save a new art form. A disabled woman and a former agent of the infamous ONLA try to stop a cult and the strange chocolates they distribute to the world. A humanoid dinosaur awakes from his long slumber to find his people have genetically engineered a strange race of mammals. Five lucid and intelligent zombies become the only hope to save the now crazed living. A serial killer encounters a strange animal in the desert that may spell his doom. The Biblical God and the Gods of Ancient Myth go head to head for the fate of all universes, as all the heroes and villains of the Ophelia Mythos choose sides in an epic struggle. And more...

Chris Ebert expands the Opheliaverse with a series of interwoven tales. With his own brand of horror, myth, occult fiction, humor, philosophy, and cultural commentary, Ebert takes us back into the world he created and leads us on an arc of stories that culminate and crescendo in Hades Ascendant and Others. Ebert continues the tradition of the original book, as he reinvents horror and weird fiction in innovative and delightful ways which are sure to please fans of the original book and newcomers alike.


Publication Date:
2009-11-28
ISBN/EAN13:
1449578780 / 9781449578787
Page Count:
392
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.25" x 8"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Horror / General




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