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God of War II. 2013 God of War II
by Robert E. Vardeman
First Edition 2013.
Del Rey / Ballantine.
New York.
ISBN 9780345508683.
Trade paperback.
Cover illustration by Charlie Wen.
352 pages.
Price: $15.00.

Notes
God of War II, a novelization by Robert E. Vardeman based on the video game of the same name.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 2013 Titan paperback edition, ISBN 9780857680891. Cover illustration by Charlie Wen.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
ALL THE MAJESTY AND MAYHEM OF GREEK MYTHOLOGY SPRINGS TO LIFE ONCE MORE IN THE POWERFUL SECOND NOVEL BASED ON THE BESTSELLING AND CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED GOD OF WAR® FRANCHISE.

Once the mighty warrior Kratos was a slave to the gods, bound to do their savage bidding. After destroying Ares, the God of War, Kratos was granted his freedom by Zeus – and even given the ousted god's throne on Olympus.

But the other gods of the pantheon didn't take kindly to Kratos' ascension and, in turn, conspired against him. Banished, Kratos must ally himself with the despised Titans, ancient enemies of the Olympians, in order to take revenge and silence the nightmares that haunt him.

God of War II takes the videogame's action to electrifying new heights, and adds ever more fascinating layers to the larger-than-life tale of Kratos.

 
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