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  • Awesome Conclusion to a great series!!

    Great Final Book to an original thought out series.The book starts where the 2nd one left off. Gertrude Morgan is trying to find a way to save Athens vampires from being destroyed. The book is exciting, adventurous and a page turner. Gertrude so far in the series has been very hard on herself and depended on other people to fight her battles and guide her life. This book she grows into her own and it makes me love this series even more. Definitely a series I can let my young teenage daughters read as there isn't any sexual scenes like most vampire series have nowadays. This series will keep you thinking and make you think of Greek mythology, vampires and history in a new, creative way. I received an advance readers copy for an honest review.

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  • a unique blend of the paranormal & Greek mythology

    This fast paced, action intensive story was a great conclusion to Pohler’s Vampires of Athens trilogy. I love the mix of vampires and Greek mythology. Pohler’s unique twist on both, bringing them together in such a unique manner creates a fantastic backdrop for the world that she’s created. I thoroughly enjoyed the different looks at the Greek Pantheon, the way that she keeps true to the Greek myths, while also giving them a twist. The message of accepting our differences, whatever they may be, was quite poignant. Pohler’s world and character building continue throughout this novel, without regurgitating what we’ve learned in previous novels. I love how her larger than life descriptions continue to build the unique pockets of the world that her characters inhabit while also depending on the true geography of our planet. The characters also continue to grow with their adventures. I love how they stay who they are yet their understanding of the world around them and of the individuals around them grows by leaps and bounds. Gertie’s need to stand up for what’s right, regardless of the personal consequences was fantastic. The original songs in the novel also add to the story. Not only do the lyrics give you a peek into who Hector is on the inside, but they also set the tone for certain scenes. Pohler has definitely created a YA novel (and series) that will be loved by readers of all ages. The unique blend of the paranormal with Greek mythology is breathtaking and will leave you dying for more. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Narration improved. Action never stops

    I now have a major book hangover and I am so sad the series is over. I’m glad there’s other series that tie in but still. This was a great ending. I suggest if you listen to the audio not to do so while driving. Otherwise, you will be slamming on brakes because of the massive discoveries you never saw coming. And boy is there a doozy. Gertie is very clever, especially for her age. She manages to outmaneuver the gods and keep some what of peace. The action never stops and there is no boring spots. I wish so much that the author would write a book for Jeno and his love of 30 years. It could even be called a prequel if nothing else lol. If you like audiobooks, try this one. With the first one I wasn’t crazy about the narrator. Her voice was great for telling the story but the character voices sucked, especially the males. It was like a computer or monotone at times. And they mostly sounded the same. The females weren’t as bad. In this book, however, she did so much better. She has improved greatly. Well done.

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