Rebecca Lobdell survived her planet being sent to an alternate dimension in Katrina Hates the Gods and a brutal invasion by an alien race bent on destroying humanity in Katrina Hates the Universe, but now she has taken on her biggest challenge yet.
Rebecca Lobdell has joined the Godschurch, an intergalactic agency that protects gods around the universe. For a time, their job was easy. However, a terrorist organization known as the Godless have found a way to kill gods, and they won’t stop until every seemingly immortal being is vaporized into oblivion.
Follow Rebecca Lobdell as she journeys from planet to planet to bring down the Godless and return peace to the universe. Continue your journey through the Shittiverse with the follow-up The Katrina Series, but now from a totally different perspective.
The Lobdell Chronicles collects Every Planet Has a Godschurch, There’s Every Reason to Fear, and The End Tastes Like Pancakes.
Every Planet Has a Godschurch
The Horde invaded.
Demons fought with us.
Now, they live among us.
Now, they rule us.
I work for one of them as a hired assassin. I hate the work, but it's a better life than most.
The only thing that keeps me going is my hatred of the gods that allows monsters to escape Hell to begin with...
...and left us to pick up the pieces.
The Horde was bad, but at least they would have vaporized us quickly, not kept us as slaves. Luckily, a new contract just came across my desk. The chance to kill a god.
She deserves to die, and I'm going to put a bullet right between her purple eyes. It won't make my life any better, but at least it will give me some satisfaction, at least for a moment, and that's all you can hope for in this crazy, mixed up world.
If you love mythology, space opera, and edge of your seat thrillers, then this book is for you.
There's Every Reason to Fear
The gods are being hunted.
They are dying.
The Godless are winning.
I've hunted them across the galaxy, but every time I take down one Godless cell, three more take their place. They are relentless, determined, and pissed off, but they are also wrong.
The gods are scared. They have never worried about death before, and now death lurks around every corner. I've protected them as best I can, but my best hasn't good enough.
I must find the Godless base and destroy them before they kill every god in the universe; before they destroy the Godschurch in the process.
If you love portal fantasy, subverting mythology, and magic, then you'll love this book.
The End Tastes Like Pancakes
The Godschurch is gone.
Its members have scattered throughout the galaxy.
There is no hope left.
The Godless have kept us on the run since destroying our base two years ago. We've hopped from planet to planet, trying our best not to be wiped out.
Now, we finally have a lead. We know where they've moved their base, and we're ready to mount an attack.
We don't have enough resources. We don't have enough men. We don't have enough gods on our side.
But we have to take our shot.
It's the last one we might ever have. If we don't stop the Godless now, there will not be another chance.
It's all or nothing, and the odds are stacked against us.
If you like reinterpretations of mythology, non-stop action, and exciting battles, this is the book for you.
Three books in one!
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Since then a group of five have kept the City running.
Now, one of them has died.
Every generation, the five most powerful people in the City transfer their consciousnesses into nubile, teenage hosts. This allows them to continue their important work of keeping the city functioning and protected from the nuclear wasteland beyond its borders.
When one of the Five dies, though, the others decide that their bodies are too fragile and decide to find new hosts earlier than usual. This triggers a competition, where children from across the City travel to its center to compete for a chance to earn a place as a Vessel for one of the Five.
If chosen, their families will be taken care of for the rest of eternity. There is great prestige in being a Vessel, along with enormous wealth for the families of the chosen, which means every participant has their own motivations for competing.
Althea is one of those competitors. She is from a poor farming family on the outskirts of the City, and with the money she receives from her sacrifice, her family would never have to work again. She is willing to risk her life for them.
So, she decides to compete, traveling from her home in the outer rings through the inner rings and finally to the center where the competition is held.
Along the way, she discovers the City she once venerated is a more dangerous place than she ever thought possible. Every turn is fraught with peril, and the competition could be the death of her, even if she doesn't win.
Join Althea for a story of friendship, love, struggle, and perseverance in the face of enormous odds. Perfect for anybody who loved Divergent, The Hunger Games, or The Maze Runner.
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Two years ago, the world went through the end of times, the Apocalypse, or whatever the religious types call it.
God beamed all the good boys and girls up to some giant orgy in the sky and left the rest of us asking one question: Why not me?
A rift opened in the desert. Hellspawn poured out onto Earth.
They ravaged humanity, ripping us apart for their own pleasure, torturing us in the most grotesquely creative ways possible.
They looted our towns, raped our bodies, and slaughtered us at will.
It was bedlam; Hell on earth. And there was nothing we could do to stop it.
Then, one day, the monsters got bored and opted for a quiet life in the suburbs.
They squatted in the homes of the people they had brutally murdered. They were neither pleasant or polite neighbors. They threw raucous parties late into the night and played their guitars too loud. They shot off fireworks in the dead of night. They lived like frat boys.
We lived in constant fear and in a state of perpetual loneliness, expecting to die and scared to live. We tried to get along any way we could, even after we’d lost everything.
I'm sick of living with monsters, working with monsters, and fighting monsters.
I want my old life back. I want peace and quiet. I want the Apocalypse to END.
There’s only one way to make that happen. Travel to Hell, find the Devil, and kill him. So that’s what I’m gonna do.
My name is Katrina, and I really hate the Apocalypse.
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