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Lost Gods

“Yongo invigorates the epic fantasy genre with his original and accomplished voice in the striking and throroughly enjoyable Lost Gods.”
– Adrian Tchaikovsky, Arthur C Clarke Award-winning author of Children of Time


In this extraordinary fantasy debut, a young assassin finds himself hunted by the brothers and sisters he has trained alongside since birth.


File Under: Fantasy [ Brothers at Arms | The Faceless Ones | Kings and Keepers | Creed of Assassins ]

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Available on July 3, 2018.
SKU: AR9780857667380
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Neythan is one of five young warriors trained and raised together by a mysterious brotherhood of assassins known as the Shedaím. When Neythan is framed for the murder of his closest friend, he pursues his betrayer – and in so doing learns there’s far more to the Brotherhood, and the machinations of the rulers of the warring kingdoms, than he’d ever thought possible. His journey will lead him across the five realms, from the Forest of Silences to the Ash Plains of Calapaar, and reveal the breaches that lie beneath the world, and the hidden truths of his oath.

“Yongo invigorates the epic fantasy genre with his original and accomplished voice in the striking and throroughly enjoyable Lost Gods.”
Adrian Tchaikovsky, Arthur C Clarke Award-winning author of Children of Time

“Fast-paced and intriguing… with an African inspired setting that makes a refreshing change.”
Anna Smith Spark, author of The Court of Broken Knives

Lost Gods is a fully immersive experience which made me a fan again. It made me seriously take my time, soak in its prose, get lost in this fully realized, rich and vital world, and get whisked along in its adventure. Micah Yongo pays respect to his elders, like Charles Saunders, while defining a space for himself in the pantheon of great sword & sorcery (sword & soul!). He is a griot, a true storyteller, coming into his own.”
Maurice Broaddus, author of the Knights of Breton Court trilogy and The Usual Suspects

Lost Gods is a tense, complex fantasy thriller that keeps the reader guessing until the very end.”
Mike Brooks, author of the Keiko series

“Lost Gods is fresh, fierce, and lush with inspiration from the lands and mythology of ancient Africa and the Middle East.”
Cameron Johnston, author of The Traitor God

“There’s a lot of lore here, beneath the skin, and for lore junkies like me, that’s pretty much irresistible. So a big thumbs up from me, and I’m going to keep an eye on Micah’s career.”
This is My World

“It’s rare for a book to grab me from the get-go quite like Lost Gods did.”
Alan Brenik

“Read this book for four hours nonstop… I can’t wait to see what Yongo is going to reveal next.”
Angry Elves

“A wonderful introduction to a new world, in which there is so much going on, and so much more to learn and explore. I happily give 4.5 hoots and look forward to Yongo’s next book!”
Purple Owl Reviews

“An intriguing opening to what looks to be a very exciting epic fantasy series, written by a very talented author.”
– The Fantasy Inn

Micah is a UK-based journalist, writer and videographer. When he's not writing articles he can be found lamenting the often rainy weather in his beloved hometown of Manchester, working on his true passion – fiction writing – or blogging about the varied things that make the world tick, and those who live in it. Lost Gods is his debut novel.

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