East of Constantinople, West of Shanghai

The House of the Gods


I am very proud to announce that my new novel, The House of the Gods, published by Severed Press, is up and running on Amazon.
And I am damn proud of it.


The story is set on top of one of the forbidding plateaus that rise along the Brazil/Venezuela border.
The crew and passengers of a charter flight come face to face with a “pocket lost world”, filled with dangers, wonders and dinosaurs.
Then the bad guys with the big guns arrive…

I will do another post in the next days, or maybe two, about the background of the story and the characters.
But right now, my new book is out, is published by a publisher I admire, and I am in a catalog that features some of my favorite writers.
So I’ll take a break and celebrate.

Author: Davide Mana

Paleontologist. By day, researcher, teacher and ecological statistics guru. By night, pulp fantasy author-publisher, translator and blogger. In the spare time, Orientalist Anonymous, guerilla cook.

6 thoughts on “The House of the Gods

  1. Yeah! That’s the way I like it. One big shout for Severed Press e one big shout for you.


  2. Bought it a couple of days ago and just finished it today. A great, updated take on the ‘Lost World’ concept.
    Damn I was happy when a certain passenger was the first to go. My wife yelled from downstairs “What the hell are you cheering about?” I just laughed.

    I’ll be putting up a review at Amazon sometime tomorrow. Just as soon as I finish reading ‘The Out Of Timers’.


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