Author: Kaitlin Bevis

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Jul 16
The Iron Queen (Daughters of Zeus #3) by Kaitlin Bevis (review)

The Iron Queen (Daughters of Zeus #3) by Kaitlin Bevis (review)

This one starts right where book #2 left off. And contains lots of changing view points. Each chapter is told from someone else’s POV. We get Persephone and Hades of course, but also Aphrodite. Which was great because it gave me a better chance to connect with Aphrodite. I actually liked her in this book, whereas last book I thought she was evil and working for Zeus on purpose. Melissa was still a whiny brat, thinking only of how she was inconvenienced by things and not how bad she was hurting Persephone. We get to meet a lot of the… Read more »

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Jul 01
Daughter of the Earth and Sky (Daughters of Zeus #2) by Kaitlin Bevis (review)

Daughter of the Earth and Sky (Daughters of Zeus #2) by Kaitlin Bevis (review)

Sequels aren’t always as good as the first book. This one? Totally was! There were a few things that I didn’t like. Such as how long it took anyone to realize that Persephone was under a compulsion not to reveal something. She said a few times to people that she “can’t tell you.” And I kept wondering why she didn’t ask Hades or her mother about promising things. Like if there was a way to break the promise or get around it or any of that. Even if she wasn’t able to ask because of her promise, just having thought… Read more »

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Jun 21
Persephone (Daughters of Zeus #1) by Kaitlin Bevis (review)

Persephone (Daughters of Zeus #1) by Kaitlin Bevis (review)

I was iffy on requesting this book. I usually really like fantasy books that have to do with mythology, but I wasn’t sure if this would qualify for good or bad mythology retelling. I’m very happy to say, that from the first pages it was one of the good ones! Persephone is a teenager, and was just smacked in the face with the fact that her life as she knew it was mostly a lie. She is a goddess as is her mother. However where some books would take this opportunity to throw in massive quantities of teenage angst, or… Read more »

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