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.
War is Hell. One must experience war in person to grasp the reality of combat, and subsequently Combat PTSD. War is not stored into your brain for reference, it's scrawled into your brain as a reminder of the fear, the carnage, and the death you've faced.
God Bless those who have served in the armed forces and those brave soldiers who are now fighting to keep this nation FREE.
Black Water Mist War in the Heavens
“I’ll tell you what war is like,” said Ladon, his voice quiet, but extremely hard. “It is screaming, and a terrible noise, like a metalsmiths or quarry, but much louder than you can tolerate. And it smells of burning flesh and worse things. And it is faces made strange because they are angry, frightened or dying. It is the most terrible fear you will ever know. The carnage will make your blood boil, and everything is horribly clear and crooked, and something strange happens to time,