Food for the gods /

Having been chopped up, tossed in the stew pot, and served to the gods for tea, Pelops, Prince of Lydia, is kindly remade by the Olympian dinner guests who gift him at the same time with a talent for the culinary arts. But after heading for the bright lamps of Athens, Pelops discovers that life is n...

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Author / Creator:Dudley, Karen, author.
Imprint:Winnipeg, MB : Ravenstone, [2012]
©2012
Description:415 pages ; 19 cm.
Language:English
Series:An epikurean epic
Dudley, Karen. Epikurean epic.
Subject:Mythology, Greek -- Fiction.
Mythology, Greek.
Fiction.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8952441
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ISBN:9780888014016
0888014015
Summary:Having been chopped up, tossed in the stew pot, and served to the gods for tea, Pelops, Prince of Lydia, is kindly remade by the Olympian dinner guests who gift him at the same time with a talent for the culinary arts. But after heading for the bright lamps of Athens, Pelops discovers that life is not exactly golden for a celebrity chef in the golden age of Greece. Ruthless patrons and jealous rivals are bad enough, but when a couple of the less responsible gods offer to help him make a name for himself, Pelops begins to realize that when the gods decide they owe you a favour, you'd better start saying your prayers.