Greetings My Lovelies!
It’s Monday so that’s means that it’s time once again for me to do a book review. Yea!
So here’s how this works. I rate books on a scale of coffee cups….because I love coffee. Also there will be no spoilers in these reviews.
0 cups= I hated it/couldn’t finish
1 cup= did like but finished bc I’m stubborn
2 cups= meh
3 cups= Not the best but interesting enough to finish
4 cups= I really like it.
5 cups=OMG YOU HAVE TO READ THIS
A retelling of Greek Mythology with a more human flare. This story follows the life of the infamous witch Circe. It starts off with her life in the halls of her father the Titan Helios (sun god). As she tries to find her place in his halls, she taps into something that even the Gods fear, magic. She and her siblings are a mixture of gods and witches with terrible, limitless power. This gets her banished to the island that will go down into legend, but not all is what it seams. As heroes and gods make their way to her island and Circe struggles to find where she belongs and what she wants out of her long immortal life.
I love mythology. I vaguely remember the stories surrounding Circe so I’m not sure what’s original and what the author made up. It was interesting to see how the author mixed in the legends and people with Circe. Circe comes off as the most human of the gods. You feel sorry for her but that’s about it. I’m amazed at how dull the story was for the most part. Now don’t get me wrong, it’s a good read and I enjoyed it, but it was dull. And because of that, I had no idea how this story would end. I guess that’s a good thing. I was happy with it by the end but overall the story didn’t make any lasting impression on me other than I wanted to reread the Percy Jackson series again.
I don’t think I’ll end up rereading this book. It will most likely end up in my donation pile at some point.
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