Ancient Greece is considered the secular home to Western Civilization. The mythology of that place still resonates today, and sometimes in fun and funny ways.
That’s part of the basic premise of Michael G. Munz’s Zeus Is Dead: A Monstrously Inconvenient Adventure. After the title incident happens, the Greek Gods return to Earth demanding praise and worship after being more or less invisible influences on the greater world. Why did Zeus die? For that matter, how did Zeus die? And why were the gods absent to begin with? Munz answers these questions and more in a rather humorous manner I found enjoyable.