Another of my reviews that never made it to the Examiner.
Ever since I opened my Ancient Greece history book in the 4th grade, I’ve been circling around the mystery and intrigue of Greek mythology. Greek myths hold a lot of potential for retelling. They present a new angle of life and observation. And I already know someday I’m going to join the club of authors who have retold many Greek myths in new and exciting ways.
Aimée Carter is one of these authors. I really enjoyed The Goddess Test but got in a huff over Goddess Interrupted. The former introduced an amazing main character and a new twist on my favorite Greek myth. The latter ruined my perception of the former and…I thoroughly did not enjoy it. But The Goddess Legacy was…inspiring.
When I first read the synopsis, I already was thinking this novel by Carter was going to be different. Happily, it was extremely different. Five…
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