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message 1: by ♔ Leah. (new)

♔ Leah. Could you let me know if this author bastardized greek mythology for me?


message 2: by Kelli (new)

Kelli Lee ♔ leah. ♣ wrote: "Could you let me know if this author bastardized greek mythology for me?"

Absolutely. Thus far there's talk of the prettiest of boys moving into town. These Adonises haven't been seen yet by gossiping locals, but everyone's talking about their beauty nonetheless. So yeah, pretty realistic thus far.


message 3: by Kelli (new)

Kelli Lee Okay Leah, I am dying to know how you'd feel about this book? Any desire to read it.


message 4: by ♔ Leah. (new)

♔ Leah. I am planning to read it for laughs so don't worry— from what I'm seeing, I'm snarking this shit to hell.


message 5: by Kelli (new)

Kelli Lee ♔ leah. ♣ wrote: "I am planning to read it for laughs so don't worry— from what I'm seeing, I'm snarking this shit to hell."

Cool. Again, can't wait for your thoughts, especially because you, your age group, are the target audience. In all honesty, I did go into this novel with much excitement and wanting to like it. Clearly, neither of which happened.


message 6: by Kyle (new)

Kyle This book doesn't look to good. The beginning of your review was absouloutely hilarious! XD


message 7: by Kelli (new)

Kelli Lee Kyle wrote: "This book doesn't look to good. The beginning of your review was absouloutely hilarious! XD"

Thanks, Kyle. I was instantly bored with this book, but you might think it's the most amazing thing in the world (doubt it).


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