!!> Reading ➽ Little Gods ➶ Author Andrew Levkoff – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Little Gods In A Quiet Village On A Lonely Mountain In The Mesopotamian Desert, Two Births Will Come To Shape The Destiny Of Nations One Boy Blessed, The Other Branded Would Their Strangeness Unite Them, Or Turn Them Into Mortal Enemies As They Struggle To Make Sense Of A World That Shuns The Other , As They Fight For The Love Of The One Girl They Desire, They Will Turn To Their Gods, Only To Discover That Immortals Are As Fallible As Men.


15 thoughts on “Little Gods

  1. says:

    A Gem for Discerning ReadersWhen I found that Andrew Levkoff s new book, Little Gods, could be pre ordered, I stood in line being familiar with his award winning The Bow of Heaven Trilogy Just a few days ago, Little Gods finally went live on my Kindle and four hundred pages plus notwithstanding I finished it abandoning all other duties except for feeding the cat.With Little Gods, one definitely puts on one s thinking cap It is also apt to haunt one s dreams as it poses philosophical as well as dreaded existential questions Why does Mankind worship God and gods Why does Man wage war Why is love so elusive But not to worry There is plenty of tension in a hamlet of Ancient Mesopotamia Levkoff cleverly weaves the moral of his story into the relationship between two young boys, Scolotes and Melyakhat One good, the other bad we initially assume Wrong Levkoff is deft in exposing the many sides of human beings as there is no clear division not even in saints nor in the little gods and we begin to feel empathy for both as they seek acceptance in their community Their struggles become epic during those ancient times And then, there is the beautiful Leyla Another twist is the insertion of Hovan s struggle in modern Iraq on the same soil where the Littl...


  2. says:

    Little Gods, A Tale of Ancient Wonders is a satisfying read I especially recommend this novel for readers fond of the pre Christian era history, the formation of monotheistic cultures and or ancient Middle East history The novel is well researched and written with an authentic voice I am an avid reader of historical fiction I appreciate when an author puts in the work to take his readers on a realistic journey Levkoff has achieved this in spades.Little Gods follows the lives of two boys born in the year 76 B.C.E One is considered evil for his birth mark, and the other considered blessed for his miraculous survival following a traumatic incident at his birth Their childhood shapes their adulthood and ultimately leads to a final standoff pitting good against evil The language is rich and imm...


  3. says:

    LITTLE GODS is a historical fiction a story were mythical creatures and ancient gods lived and worshiped, warriors and hunters roamed the lands, traditions and superstition controlled people lives, the author takes us on a visual journey to a small town in the desert to tell a story about family, friendship and...