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The Goddess Test

The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter



Rating:

I rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars


Summary:

Caution- Slight spoiler alert!


Would you sign your life away to save the life of someone who just played an awful prank on you? Kate would, and she does. Kate’s mother is dying of cancer and wants to spend her last days in the town she lived in as a child. So, Kate moves to a new town, and goes to a school where she knows no one. She doesn’t date, because she wants to spend as much time as possible with her mom.


Then, Ava, pretty and popular, invites her to a bonfire at Eden manor. Kate’s mom convinces her to go, saying that just because she is dying, that doesn’t mean Kate can’t live her life. This huge bonfire ends up to be a cruel prank. Knowing that Kate can’t swim, she takes her to Eden manor, a place where she can’t leave without swimming across the river. 


Ava dives in, hitting her head on a rock. Kate faces her fear, jumping in after her, and pulls Ava to shore. Kate finds that Ava’s skull is smashed. Ava is dead. A mysterious guy who calls himself Henry comes by, asking if Ava was a friend of hers. He then asks what Kate would do to save Ava. Kate tells him she would do anything. Henry somehow brings Ava back to life.


Kate has no idea what she has just gotten herself into. She, unknowingly, has signed her life away to a stranger. Who is this Henry? What will happen to her?


Review: 


This book was very interesting. I recommend this book to anyone who loves fantasy, romance, or mythology. It was written to entertain readers. Kate is a very likeable character, although she is stubborn. Henry is very mysterious. This book will have you not wanting to put it down. 


This book is available in Kindle and paperback format. If you do not have a Kindle, you can read it on another electronic device. This is also a perfect excuse to buy a Kindle. I love reading on my Kindle, especially at night!


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