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The Last Will and Testament of The Gods

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Author: Mike Cooper
Published: 2007
Language: English
Wordcount: 203,622 / 559 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 76.8
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 25,664
Added to site: 2009.01.13 23132
License: by-nc-nd

Funny, thought provoking adventure of modern hero, created by Zeus to save the Earth, (Gaia) from the depredations of people by the 2012 deadline. A radically new take on the global warming problem. Will the Earth be saved by people or will it manage very welll without them?

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nd that can only mean one thing,' Mnemosyne offered. 'Sorry Hera.

'Yes, yes okay. But I'm afraid it is so,' muttered Hera. 'It's just a question of finding out whom he chooses and controlling things from there.'

'I can do that, leave it to me,' Elithia volunteered.

'And then what?' Mnemosyne asked.

'I think she should be brought here to us,' replied Hera.


Penny Conway, travelling alone, leaned her rucksack against a bench on the sun bleached deck of the aged Aegean ferry, lowered her young body, rested her back and gratefully stretched her long limbs. She was glad of the shade from the awning flapping in the warm sea breeze above her. Her fine, dark hair was cut ear length and flicked forward. Despite her advanced pregnancy, it was her height, long waist, and elegance of posture that invariably produced a second, more appraising, glance. Her face did not immediately add up to beauty, but she had large dark eyes and good bones. Her poise and bearing denoted a str

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 2.6 from 5 reviews: ***
Moses Lambert

He punctuates and capitalizes at random - throwing commas and such in like he was scattering grass seed.

Daniel G

Very entertaining.

Perhaps needed a translation of Pan's accent.


Not a bad story quite funny in places but a bit on the long side for me - it is three books in one
not a book that i can say that i will pick it up and read again


A whole lot of writing, but no story.


Interesting book. It did seem that towards the end, the author got tired of writing it and abruptly wrapped up the book without adequately ending some of the story lines.



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