Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Neil Gaiman's American Gods. In her prime, Freya was the ancient Norse goddess of love, magic, and war, but her power is derived from belief, and true believers are hard to come by these days. Freya has been lying low in a mental hospital in Orlando, Florida, enjoying the free food.
Her routine is shattered when a shadowy corporation extends an offer: join them and receive unlimited power; or refuse and be destroyed. With the help of a young orderly named Nathan, Freya joins the company, determined to take it down from the inside. Freya is a legend, a myth . . . and she is about to make one hell of a comeback.
Readers who love fantasy, science fiction, and contemporary will all find something to grab onto in the first book of this action-packed young adult series.
A designer and writer for over nine years, Matthew Laurence is consistently delighted that people actually pay him to make games. His career has taken him from Orlando and San Francisco all the way to Finland and now Munich, Germany. Besides playing games of all kinds, Matthew writes and cooks for fun, travels with his wife whenever (and wherever) possible, and maintains an unhealthy relationship with Netflix. Freya is his debut novel.