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Goddess Interrupted

Goddess Interrupted by Aimee Carter


Rating:


I rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars.


Summary:


Spoiler alert: don’t read this review until you have read book one of the Goddess Test series! 


Kate Winters has earned immortality, or so she thinks. After going back to the human world for 6 months as she is allowed each year, she discovers this might not be true. Apparently, there are beings out there who can kill the immortal.


Kate and the rest of the council will have to fight for their lives. They are fighting against Cronus, one of the most power beings. He is a titan. Titans created the gods and the humans. 


As they are the ones who created the gods, they are also the only ones that can destroy the gods. Kate’s one true love, Henry is acting strange. Kate fears that he doesn’t want her anymore.


On the day of her coronation, Henry is taken away by the King of the Titans. The rest of the council starts preparing for a war that seems impossible to win without Calliope, the Queen of the gods, or Henry, the King of the Underworld. 


Their only chance of success may be one who Kate has come to hate. Persephone, the first wife of Henry, the one who hurt him so deeply, might be the only person who can help. Kate has to go find her in the underworld, and just hope that she’ll be willing to help. 


Review:


I loved this book. I recommend it to anyone who likes mythology. I also recommend it to anyone who enjoys young adult fiction, fantasies, or romances. 


This book is full of suspense. After starting, it is hard to put this book down. It is like that from start to finish, full of suspense, and leaving the reader begging for more. 


It ends on an intense cliffhanger, that makes anyone reading feel like they need the next book immediately. I really enjoyed this book.


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