When the saints call,
the sinners answer.

Chaos stalks the steam-powered city of Chime and threatens the existence of the gods and their domains. Kayl swore to protect Chime’s mortals from their gods’ cruel whims, but when she agrees to represent the mortals of a god long thought dead, Kayl is thrust into a political role that goes against everything she’s ever stood for.

As the newly appointed ambassador to the god of time, Quen’s goal is clear – protect Chime and the domains by any means necessary. But as the gods make their demands, Quen is caught between his loyalties and his conscience.

To ensure a future for all mortals, Kayl and Quen must unite the gods against the threat of chaos and decide what they’re willing to sacrifice for Chime – before the gods choose for them.

For the gods are capricious and have their own divine plans.

The Children of Chaos

The anticipated sequel to The Thirteenth Hour. A gaslamp fantasy featuring magical portals, gothic cosmic deities, quaint Britishisms, and steampunk vibes! Available on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited.

Additional Info:

Series: Book 2 of The Cruel Gods series
Genre: Gaslamp Fantasy
Age Range: Adult 16+ See Content Warnings
Book Type: Ebook
Pages: 671 (Paperback)
Published: October 13, 2022
Edited By: Nia Quinn
Cover Artist: James T. Egan of Bookfly Design
ISBN: 978-1-7398179-3-0 (Paperback)

What Readers are Saying…

Rowena Andrews
Beneath a Thousand Skies Blog

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“The Children of Chaos felt like a political thriller, mystery, action adventure and fantasy all rolled into one, without ever losing any of the aspects that have made this series so gripping and refreshing.”

Books in Blankets Blog

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“This book does not suffer from middle-book syndrome and that is all you really need to know, so if you like steampunk/gaslamp and British things like biscuits and tea, go ahead, buy it now, and read this series because it’s worth it. I swear.
The world-building. Seriously. The world-building…”

Sue Bavey
Sue’s Musings

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“The Children of Chaos is a worthy sequel to the brilliant The Thirteenth Hour, filled with fantastical world-building, cruel, ruthless gods and fabulously layered characters and relationships – this is a wonderfully rich and in places tragic story. “

Nathan’s Fantasy Reviews
Before We Go Blog

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“This is an exciting and action-packed sequel that examines the tension between structure and chaos in our lives – and how the predominance of one is stifling. Highly recommend for readers looking for queer-norm worlds, wild imagination, and steampunk and/or gaslamp worlds. Highly recommended!”

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