What readers are saying about The Stone God…

“Fantasy lovers will find The Stone God unputdownable.” – pw reader

“This book is not short on action, intrigue, and romance.” – Lisa, GoodReads reviewer

“A fantastic story that had me gripped from beginning to end.” – Merissa, Archeolibrarian

“Adventure, romance, world building, fights, and fantastic characters…This story is emotional, suspenseful, and fun.” – Sandee, GoodReads reviewer

Terah Crane knows not to tempt the gods. A happy life–or at least an uncomplicated one–involves no gods at all. When an unlikely flood carries a cracked pillar of stone from a nearby shrine right to Terah’s doorstep, it’s clear the gods demand her service.

The man trapped inside the monolith is still alive, and Terah’s reluctant task is to resurrect him, his godkiller of a sword–and his fury for vengeance.

The gods’ awesome powers are matched only by their capricious whims–and vulnerable mortals are often the ones to suffer and die. Now, the gods are watching Terah, making her a pawn in their savage game. Her survival depends upon navigating a new world of peril and treachery, taking up a weapon, and making a fateful move of her own…

Ms Kellison has created a doozy world, with all of our modern conveniences but with beings that treat humans as pawns…I loved this book and can’t wait for the next one.” – W. Montes

“This book is a wild ride…The ending of this book left me eager to read the next installment in this series.” – HappyBookWorm

The story will have you captivated in no time…I can’t wait for more in this series. I would recommend this novel to lovers of fantasy romance.” – K. Ramjohn (VINE VOICE)

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