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Us of Legendary Gods

Cover image of Us of Legendary Gods by Nick Savage

West Haven has its secrets of legendary proportions.

When Jack Taylor goes missing, a tight-knit group of high schoolers decide to take matters into their own hands. None of them believe the media stories after seeing the crime scene. Something super natural might be happening in their quiet Chicago suburb and they intend to uncover the truth.

Connor DeSalvo, his cousin Scarlett McAllister, and her bestie Allison Petrovsky dive deep into a rabbit hole in search of their friend Jack. They soon will discover impossible pregnancies, families gone missing, and legendary folks being hunted by a shadowy organization in attempts to “cure” the population. Evidence is piling up and the law won’t help…

Readers who enjoy conspiracy with science fiction and super natural elements will fall into the depth of this story. This book contains violence, gore, kidnapping, and torture.


"Nick has created a story full of complex characters in a vivid setting that brings motion picture quality to the read. The story is original yet timeless. He seamlessly merges science with the supernatural. Truly enchanting, and I am on the edge of my seat in anticipation for the next installment!-Charmaine

"This book was well written with great character development. The book description with a hint of supernatural theme had me hooked. The storyline kept me turning the page, I wanted To know what was going on and the story sucked me in. I look forward to the next book."-Judy P

"[T]his was a great start to the West Haven Undead series, it had a great concept for a zombie novel. I enjoyed what Nick Savage wrote and thought it was a unique take on zombies. The characters were what I was hoping for and I cared about what happened to them."-Kat M

"This was amazing. I don't mean amazing, amazing. No. I mean Amazing as in blew my skull open amazing! This was exciting and fresh and kept me totally intrigued as I went with them on their journey. This will stick in my mind. I am totally looking forward to the next in this series. One more time, Amazing!"-BooksRLife

"The main characters are a group of high school teens, living ordinary lives, just trying to make it through to graduation and then go on to college. But are they really nothing more than anyone else? Or, as someone seems to believe, are they something else? Something dangerous that needs to be studied and destroyed? And what exactly is it that someone suspects they are? And why? I really enjoyed this book. It was a very unique take on the traditional vampire/werewolf/mythical creature stories; one that makes a lot of sense if you think about it, but at the same time was a concept that I had not seen previously explored. And as one might expect from a "monster" story, there is violence, bloodshed, as well as some other potentially triggering topics explored, though those subjects seem to be handled as carefully as possible. And when I got to the end of the story, I wasn't ready for it to be over. Fortunately, book 2 is available already, and I immediately had to buy a copy. (In other words, the ending left me really wanting to know what happens next.) Obviously, I can't give the ending away, but it really left me holding my breath at the end and very glad that the next book was already available. If you like stories of the paranormal and new takes on old legends, vampires, werewolves, and other mythical beings, I think you'll love this book as much as I did. It's not your typical vampire or werewolf story. Recommended."-Mom Kat Reads

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