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eBook When The Half-gods Go ePub

by Benjamin Laskin

  • ISBN: 0964960001
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Benjamin Laskin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Phoenix Prime Press; 1st edition (April 28, 1997)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1645 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1513 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 192

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When the Half-Gods Go book. The premise of the book is there is a fifteen year old girl named Aidos who lives in the woods surrounding a smallish town with her father.

When the Half-Gods Go book. Overall I thought this book was very good. The message is fantastic and so timely with the way so many of our lives are today.

When the Half Gods Go. (Book in the Aidos Trilogy Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780964960008.

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com's Benjamin Laskin Author Page. Benjamin writes fun, genre-bending novels that inspire, uplift, and entertain. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, he has traveled widely and spent a large chunk of his adult life in Japan. He can now be found sauntering through the maze of narrow, stony alleyways in the ancient and legend-rich town of Safed, in Israel's upper Galilee. If you like original, life-affirming stories with characters who stay with you long after you've put down the book, please give one of his novels a try.

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If this is any indication, it kept me up past midnight to finish it!
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Take a high school quarterback, a philosopher, a fugitive and what
do you get? You get Max Stormer, the hero in the debut novel When The
Half-gods Go, winner of the 1997 Arizona Book Publishing Association Glyph
Award for Best Adult Fiction, by Arizona writer Benjamin Laskin.
The story takes place in Pinecrest, a small, uneventful mountain
town where after long last, the townspeople have something to cheer--a
promising high school football team. Led by golden-armed Max Stormer,
Pinecrest High seems destined to bring a state championship to the tiny
town. Hopes are dashed, however, when Max unexpectedly and inexplicably
quits the team, followed by several key players.
Max commits himself to a new agenda. His inspiration is Aidos
Thoreson, a bright, earthy, home-educated 15 year old girl who lives in a
cabin in the woods outside of town. She challenges Max to tune out the
expectations of Pinecrest's citizens and to tune in to the aspirations of
his own, impassioned soul. The anger this incites in Pinecrest's citizens
snowballs into an avalanche of resentment, bringing with it death,
sabotage, and intrigue. Max is forced into flight as he becomes the target
of an all out manhunt. A hero to the young, Max suddenly finds himself the
leader of a game much larger than the one he left behind--the game of life.
A rip-roaring good read, When The Half-gods Go crackles with
adventure, snappy one liners, memorable characters and eloquent, heart-felt
soliloquies whose cadence is reminiscent of a Whitman poem. It's a timeless
story with timeless themes--dynamic youth vs. static age, loyalty to
private conscience vs. loyalty to public conventions, the courage required
to utter a defiant NO! to prevailing opinion and the inevitability of, in
one's defiance, becoming a lightning rod for both the hopes and hatreds of
one's community. It is, in the author's own words, "a story of courage and
innocence in a world where both are on the retreat."
In a media age dominated by cynicism, irony, and the affected
boredom of the 'oh so hip,' Mr. Laskin's book is a welcome breath of fresh
air.

Jon Bauer