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Mad Gods - Predatory Ethics: Book I [Kindle Edition]

Athanasios
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I was totally enthralled. I have read many books on the Templars, the Vatican and the Illumaniti, and this is one of the best. Period. Elliot Malach

Constantine Paleologos does things grudgingly. As a descendant of Byzantine royalty he dutifully returns to Istanbul, the city his family lost centuries before. He is then set on a life-altering course against Satanists, Templars and Dark Nobility to kidnap the Antichrist. Each faction wants to raise the Beast but only Constantine wants to give him the freedom to choose his own destiny.

Mad Gods is the most high-stakes "nature vs nurture" experiment in history. An occult thriller of one man against the End of the World.

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Athanasios weaves a great sense of historical reality within a tense quick rambling story close enough to reality to be chilling. Vincent R. Colucci

Think 300 with some Clive Barker and a little bit of the Exorcist thrown in for good measure. The plot will drive you to never stop reading and will have you move to the next page.Albert Robins III

Athanasios seamlessly weaves as intricate plot that connects an array of fascinating characters that propel the momentum of this wonderfully ambitious narrative. Aman S Anand

About the Author

In third person to add a note of deluded self importance. Athanasios has been interested in religion & faith since childhood. This led to studying a bewildering variety of beliefs from pagan, wicca, judaism, christianity, islam, to hindu, buddhism, shinto, luciferianism & much more. The interest made its own momentum & brought Mad Gods & now its sequel Commitment. Other interests include most entertainment, from film, to television & books. He won't try video games for the same reason he doesn't keep his favourite booze in the house; he would do nothing else. There was a short time he was into World of Warcraft but that became the obsession he knew it would be. He left it for a deeper & more engrossing one: Predatory Ethics. http://predatoryethics.com Longtime work in the graphics field has given Athanasios the facility to do his own covers. He has created his own covers and also creates custom work for other indie authors @: www.mad-gods.com/CoverHIRE

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4019 KB
  • Print Length: 326 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1463605560
  • Publisher: Raw-Faux Press; Second Edition edition (3 Mar 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004QOA768
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #986,128 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Athanasios works in Montreal as a graphic/video artist, illustrator & writer in dvd production & film. He has been researching & crafting Mad Gods: weaving in factual & rumoured history for over ten years.

Athanasios has been interested in religion & faith since childhood. This led to studying a bewildering variety of beliefs from pagan, wicca, judaism, christianity, islam, to hindu, buddhism, shinto, luciferianism & much more. The interest made its own momentum & brought Mad Gods.

His other interests include most entertainment, from film, to television & books. He won't try video games for the same reason he doesn't keep his favourite booze in the house; he would do nothing else. There was a short time that he was into World of Warcraft but that became the obsession he knew it would be. He had to leave it for a deeper & more engrossing one: Mad Gods.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Goodly AntiChrist? 6 Jun 2011
By David
Format:Kindle Edition
Mad Gods is a Christ vs. antiChrist novel featuring some very dark and disturbing scenes, blended seamlessly with some very loving and honest parenting by Kosta, the man who steals the newborn antichrist and raises him to make his own decisions.

The evil of the dark church is portrayed through religious sacrifice, homosexual sex, torture and sickly death and, in many cases, betrayal by individuals thought to be of the Christian God's church. The ability of the author to be so willing to attack the very foundations of the Catholic church, and demonstrate how it rose to power on the backs of the repressed, murdered, and scammed is a work of pure courage. When the novel places a Pope in power that is working for the Luciferians the case for corruption is complete, and the argument is firmly made that religion is not the wholesome goodness that it professes to be.

The most enjoyable of this novel's features for me, personally, was its exceptional historical background. Immaculately researched and choreographed in terms of historical events, this novel must fall, at least in part, under historical fiction. The depth and breadth of the author's research of the church and its history, as well as the past lives of the antichrist, as written, are very impressive and speak of many hours of meticulous learning. This gives the novel such a deep historical impact, and such a smooth allegorical association with our actual world that a reader may very well find themselves asking: could this really be happening?

Last, but not least, is the antichrist himself, both in past lives and in the present day, who somehow never manages to accept his role as the devourer of humanity.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Mad gods-predatory ethics 3 July 2014
By Dee xx
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Decided to read some different and came across this, a combination of Dan Brown's style of detailed descriptions of places, history and people and also a splash of the supernatural in the form of the anti-Christ. It was a good book but I just couldn't absorb all the details and ended up skim reading.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Complicated 11 Feb 2014
By Monty D
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A good read .Quite dark and satanic in places.

A mix of Christ, anti-Christ, Masons, Templers, Luciferians etc. etc. Sure to upset some.

However you do need to keep pace or you may get confused with the characters. AlsoSome historical knowledge of the late 60"s / early 70"s may help your enjoyment as fact and fiction are interwoven ...
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By Lucinda
Format:Paperback
`Predatory Ethics' book 1: Mad Gods is a supremely singular, controversial read that explores secret organizations and religious beliefs. The author focuses on the book of revelations, with parts re-discovered in a totally new light in an anti-Christ way. Being a Christian myself I did find this bold book really interesting to read, as well as being impressed by how cleverly the author combines a solid storyline with varying viewpoints. In-depth and deliciously detailed this profoundly thought-provoking read, is something that could cause contention besides agreement. Capturing quintessentially today's society, it is clear to see how this is also a realistic narrative filled with inspiring and truth-drawing premise.
Some quotes were instantly brought to mind when reflecting upon this book....

"It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities."
¯ J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us."
¯ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

Anyone interested in myths and legends, beliefs, traditions and religion will undoubtedly find this book very intriguing and a compelling read. There is so much that shapes our lives and influences our decisions in life, ultimately shaping the course of the future...and so this exploration into that does bring nostalgia and truism to the fore. Athanasios's own personal views and beliefs are expressed freely through the writing and he paints a very clear, vivid picture of those circumstances which have brought about our modern day faiths.
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