Magic and myth collide in this fast-paced middle-grade fantasy, a sequel to the adventure Booklist said will make readers “clamor for more, especially those who loved Rick Riordan’s Norse-themed The Sword of Summer.”
Ever since Buzz and his friend Mary returned from their quest to save the Runes of Valhalla, Buzz has been wishing something more exciting would happen in his sleepy town of Crowmarsh.
Buzz’s wish is about to come true. Strange people are arriving in Crowmarsh, and it turns out that these visitors aren’t people at all—they’re mythological gods! They’ve come to kidnap Buzz’s best friend, Sam, whose newfound power makes him the key to granting the wishes of the gods.
When the gods kidnap Sam, Buzz and Mary must set off on a dangerous adventure to find a mysterious being known as the Keeper of the Myths. Only the Keeper is strong enough to help them save Sam, unlock their own powers, and banish the gods back to their realms—before it’s too late.
Note from the author: I am super excited to be sharing the trailer for my new novel Keeper of Myths which publishes today.
Keeper of Myths is the story of Buzz and Mary who must seek out the Keeper if they are going to stop the forgotten gods who are appearing in the small town of Crowmarsh and want humanity to kneel to them once more.
Book trailers are tricky things. You don’t want to give away too much of the story but you also want to whet the appetite enough so that readers are keen to find out more!
In this trailer, I really wanted to get across the idea that a forgotten god could look like any of us but their intention is to control and maybe even capture. I also wanted to convey the need to fight back. That resisting is an imperative for all of us when we see injustice.