Elaborate schemes set in motion over a millennium ago are coming to fruition.
Nemhain, youngest of the Morrigan, is pregnant. Incensed when Thor, the god of thunder, refuses to publicly acknowledge their dalliance, the Celtic sorceress confronts Odin and the other ruling gods of Asgard to foretell the destruction of their pantheon by her as yet unborn child.
That his empire might survive, Marduk, the Babylonian god of gods, creates a multitude of warriors to battle on his behalf against the invading Sumerians. Two thousand years later, his descendants are preparing to celebrate the impending marriage of the king's eldest son.
Amun Ra, titular head of the Egyptian pantheon, appears before Paxton, king of the fire demons, to announce that his mate, Kindra, is with child.
As the gods plot, the nexus of their intrigue is a teenager by the name of David Peterson. His life, and those closest to him, will be thrown into turmoil.
And it all starts with a glass of orange juice . . .