Danbury and the Plague
A stunning adventure of a young boy's journey against the Gods of Olympus. The Son of Prometheus is called upon to stop an evil plague that is ravishing both demigods and mortals. Through his labors, Danbury continues to learn about his lineage and what makes him the Gifted One. He must recover the Entities of the Gods, in order to save the ones he loves. With his best mate, Clayton, they will clash with mythological creatures and must survive the depths of Tartarus. Training from a friend and guidance from the Fates cannot prepare him for what lies ahead. Will the Son of Prometheus find the cause of the plague and a means to stop it? This is Rob Mundt's second installment of a series based on Greek myth.
- Paperback | 280 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 16.26mm | 485.34g
- 10 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Rob Mundt
Robert Mundt was born in 1972 and is a native of New York. Raised by his mother and oldest sister, he grew up with a vivid imagination. His first passion was art but his first career was in I.T. With minimal college experience, he relied on his years of experience to land him the jobs he held. He spent three years of his life in Australia with his family while working for the local government in Queensland. A painful separation and divorce, alongside family tragedy and hardships, would cause him to return back to his birth state leaving his son behind. Throughout his childhood and adult life, he has persevered and overcome adversities. His first published work was Brandon and the Magic Train in 2012, a story written for his son, which he wrote and sent a chapter a week to him by post. He continues to write children stories in dedication to his son.