Ladon Storm has pulled himself out of ashes of Rhea’s disappearance. He travels with Big Dawg Crow to a secret mine, left by the elder ones, and finds crystals with powers that surpass Omnikensis power, and Maxine, a six-foot dragon fly 400 million years old. He harvest twelve crystals, confronts Bellerophon waiting on him outside the mine riding Pegasus, kills him, and takes his golden sword of war and Pegasus. Jessi returns and tells of her marriage to Apollo. Ladon goes to Mount Olympus only to find out that Rhea has been moved to Tartarus. A verbal confrontation happens between Ladon and Zeus whereby the latter agrees to submit his kingdom and leave. Indeed, Zeus does leave Mount Olympus as promised, but little of value is left for Ladon and the New World Order to rule over.
David Imperio, 25 year Air Force veteran, Vietnam veteran stationed at DaNang 71-73. Married to Beth Furbee Imperio for 47 years, six children and then Dave our son. first book: Black Water Mist, Pegasus Rising. Second book: Black Water Mist, “War in the Heavens” coming April 2021.
Hera may be the Queen of the Gods, but she is powerless against her unfaithful, conniving husband.
Black Water Mist War in the Heavens
Queen Hera waited in the shadows, her eyes taking in the dapple shade beyond the throne. Close by, she heard the deliberation between Zeus and Hermes. Though she had fear in her chest, there was none in her heart. She knew Zeus was born to judge, love, and think, and find the best solutions for all. Judgement was for him alone.