Pissing off God comes with consequences. Which should have been obvious in hindsight.
For Loki and Lucifer, it’s a victory – and the least of their problems. Building an infernal army is a lot harder when trying to fit it around eight daily hours of mind-numbing labor, uncooperative fugitive deities and competing layers of escalating sabotage. And worse. Behind its bland corporate veneer, Providence is anything but; its deities brimming with magic, secrets, and ancient scars. The career path is soul-destroying.
Under these sorts of conditions, someone has to hold management accountable – and Loki has scores to settle. Pissing off God was just the start. And office politics have never been more deadly.
Book 2 of the Doing God’s Work Series is here. Mythology, blasphemy, and rebellion combine in this sacrilegious corporate fantasy reminiscent of The Boys meets Good Omens or American Gods. Because Gods may be many things, but ‘safe’ isn’t one of them.