The Awakening of Agnostos (Myths of the Olympians)

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Zeus is at it again and his latest trollop, Hecate, the Goddess of Magic, pays the price. Hera, Zeus’ wife, banishes her to Agnostos—The Triangle of the Unknown—the only place on earth where the gods of Olympus have no power. Can the gods of Olympus learn to work together and save the Earth? More

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Review by: Damian Stevenson on Nov. 15, 2013 : star star star star star
This was a terrific read from page one. There aren't enough contemporary authors writing about the Greek myths in my opinion and Jennifer Paquette and Nicholas Perotti have written a winner with this. The concept of 'The Triangle of the Unknown' is a cool device and something we haven't seen before. The story works because it takes familiar characters and tropes and twists everything. The character of Hecate is especially well drawn. The plot unfolds nicely and builds to a satisfying climax. I found myself reading until late into the morning! Great stuff. Recommended.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Stephanie Parke on July 24, 2013 : (no rating)
I loved this book. I read it while on a trip out of town and was sorry to see it end. I love Greek mythology and was pleasantly surprised to read a myth I hadn't heard before. I really felt as if the characters were real people instead of just old myths. I liked the character of hectate in this book, there is not enough written about this goddess and she is one of my favorites. I like the way the author really makes you care about the characters who inhabit her world. I can't wait for the next book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Rebecca Lovell on July 10, 2013 : star star star star star
I just finished reading this book, and it is fantastic! The story is so much fun! I don't know a lot about Greek Mythology, but I loved the way it was told here! My daughter says that the mythology was quite accurate, as well! I didn't love her at first, but toward the end of the book, I was feeling a connection with Hera, and started to really like her. And the cliffhanger at the end left me wanting more... I'll be excited for the next book to come out!!
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