Gods of Manhattan
Thirteen-year-old New Yorker Rory Hennessy can see things no one else can. When a magician's trick opens his eyes to Mannahatta, Rory finds an amazing spirit city coexisting alongside modern-day Manhattan. And when he is given the chance to right Mannahatta's greatest wrong, seeing Mannahatta may not be a gift after all. . . .
"An interesting new take on mythology in New York…A fast, exciting read.” – Rick Riordan, New York Times bestselling author of the Percy Jackson series”
Spirits in the Park
A Gods of Manhattan Novel
Rory has known about Mannahatta—the spirit world filled with the "gods" who ruled New York City in its early days—only a month when an earthquake strikes. This is no ordinary earthquake, though—it is the island's attempt at breaking the Trap around Central Park. The Trap must open or the balance between Mannahatta and Manhattan will be destroyed—and only Rory can open it.
“The use of real historical figures and events lends authenticity to this compulsively readable and fast-paced fantasy.” - School Library Journal”
The Sorcerer's Secret
A Gods of Manhattan Novel
War is brewing in Mannahatta - the spirit city that coexists with Manhattan - as the truce between the Munsee Indians and the Gods begins to crack. The question is, will Rory be able to restore order to the city, or will his attempt to save everyone fail?
“Along with plenty of action, Mebus stuffs his pages with references to New York's history, draws most of the threads together in a suspenseful climax and provides a satisfying sense of resolution at the end.” - Kirkus Reviews
David has just dumped the girl he loved. Then along comes The Goddess. She’s perfect: funny, attractive and, most important, single. In short, she’s every booty nomad’s fantasy: she might just be The One. But, as David well knows, the problem isn’t meeting the woman of your dreams—it’s managing not to screw up once you’ve found her.
"Booty Nomad is not only a smart, funny, and surprisingly sweet book about dating, sex, and ultimately love, but it also stands out as one of the most accurate portrayals of what it’s like to be a man dating today in America.”
Greg Behrendt, co-author of He’s Just Not That Into You
The Big Happy
Leaving a comfortable career as a TV producer while waiting for his novel to sell, David finds his life falling apart and takes on work as a downmarket DJ to pay his bills, a situation complicated as his best friend Annie prepares to marry "Rat Boy," his bachelor pals are settling down, he falls in love with an unstable younger woman, and cool Zach harbors a secret that could destroy them all.
“Funny and sharp.”