Episode 530-With Gama Ray Martinez

On March 15, 2022, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

God of Neverland by Gama Ray MartinezThis week, Patrick and Tracy welcome Gama Ray Martinez, author of GOD OF NEVERLAND.

About GOD OF NEVERLAND: Peter Pan is missing; Neverland is in trouble. For adults, that might not matter all that much, but for children—whose dreams and imagination draw strength from the wild god’s power—the magic we take for granted in the real world is in danger of being lost forever.

Such is the life of a now grown-up Michael Darling.

Michael returned from Neverland with the dream of continuing his adventuring ways by joining the Knights of the Round, an organization built to keep humanity safe from magical and mythological threats.. But after a mission gone terribly wrong, he vowed to leave the Knights behind and finally live as a “civilian,” finding order and simplicity as a train engineer, the tracks and schedule tables a far cry from the chaos of his youth.

He hasn’t entered the narrative in years. So what could the Knights need from him now?

Maponos—or how he’s better known, Peter Pan—has gone missing, and Neverland is now on the edge of oblivion. Michael realizes he has no choice and agrees to one last mission. Alongside the young Knight Vanessa and some old friends, Michael embarks on the ultimate adventure: a journey to a fantasy world to save a god. Determined to stop evil, fight for Neverland, and find Maponos, will Michael be able to save the magical and physical world? Or will his biggest fear come true?

The clock is ticking, and in Neverland, that’s never a good sign.

About Gama Ray Martinez: Gama is a runner, writer, and adventurer. He has run races on three continents, including a half marathon on the Great Wall of China. He’s scuba dived at the Great Barrier Reef, an underwater museum, and an abandoned lead mine. He swims with sharks at least once a month and enjoys hiking in the winter. If you’ve never seen a frozen waterfall, you’re missing out. He also loves to collect weapons in case he ever needs to supply a medieval battalion.

He’s written over a dozen books about characters going out and having adventures because he’s gone out and had adventures. He writes for children because they still dream about doing that. He loves to write so much he greatly resents when work or other real life things get in the way of writing. He reads and writes fantasy and his favorite authors are Brandon Sanderson, Kevin J. Anderson and David Farland.

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