The Awakening of Agnosotos (Myths of Olympeans Book 1) by Jennifer Paquette & Nicolas Perrotti

Write More Publications Pocket Fantasy Synopsis: Zeus is at it again and his latest trollop, Hecate, the Goddess of Magic, pays the price. Hera, Zeus’ wife, banishes her to Agnostos—The Triangle of the Unknown—the only place on earth where the gods of Olympus have no power. Once imprisoned, Hecate stumbles upon a gateway to the center of the earth, and uses her discovery to bargain her way out of Agnostos. But the night after the Council meeting to decide Hecates fate, Athena is visited by a Titan who reveals the real story of the mysterious portal hidden beneath the waters of Agnostos. A god more powerful than the Olympians await them at the Earth’s core. To maintain their status as supreme rulers of Olympus, five gods must enter the abyss and fight this unknown god. Can the gods of Olympus learn to work together and save the Earth?

About the authors:

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Jennifer Paquette, a native New Yorker, has had an established and varied career in advertising and marketing, but her true passion has always been writing.

Her most recently published works include “If The Silver Slippers Fit”, a collaboration with her muse and dear friend, author Stephanie Greenhalgh, and “The Awakening of Agnostos”, the first in a mythology series she co-wrote with her teenage son, Nicholas Perrotti.

Jennifer has also published several short stories, articles and essays and has a vault of works in progress, including a memoir with her mother, a medical thriller, and a tell-all about the college application process.

Check out Jennifer’s Author page at, or email her at  She loves to hear from readers, so please drop her a note!

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