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Intrigue (Night Muse #1)

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Amid the 80,000 abandoned buildings in Detroit, a battle shrouded in secrecy is brewing. The Greek Olympian, Ares, runs the city as his own personal Coliseum while Apollo and Hermes struggle to shield teens from his deadly hobbies. Ares endless supply of gladiators is all the more accessible because the abandoned buildings of Detroit have become the flame for moths of rave ...more
Kindle Edition, 241 pages
Published December 4th 2011 (first published July 20th 2011)
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Jennifer D
Jul 14, 2012 rated it really liked it
You know when you see that free book that also is centered around the place you grew up? You almost feel that you have to read it. Like you're already thinking in your head that this can't be good, probably got all the details wrong.

I totally went into this book thinking like that. I admit it freely, because in my mind it's already had two strikes against it. Number 1: it's free, and lets face it... there are some pretty bad free books out there. Number 2: it's based in Detroit, and for someone
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Sara
Jan 14, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2012-booklist
Summary: Amid the 80,000 abandoned buildings in Detroit, a battle shrouded in secrecy is brewing. The Greek Olympian, Ares, runs the city as his own personal Coliseum while Apollo and Hermes struggle to shield teens from his deadly hobbies. Ares endless supply of gladiators is all the more accessible because the abandoned buildings of Detroit have become the flame for moths of ravers, vandals, scavengers, and urban explorers. The key to the entire conflict, Calliope, is just hoping for a fresh s ...more
Ramie
Feb 23, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: ya, fantasy
This one is tough to review. I like the concept enough to give that 5 stars. Characters pulled out Greek mythology and plopped into modern Detroit as vampir.... err vampyres, using humans but needing them. It somehow works.

The negative here is that this book is in desperate need of an editor, even if that is just the author re-reading it really really really slowly and re-editing it. Simple errors were left in. I tried to ignore them but, yeah, it started to get on my nerves. Things like "are"
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Ruby
Jan 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book was fantastic. It was very interesting take mythology. The Greek Gods are very swoon worthy especially Rafe. I loved the snarky attitude of the main character, Calli. I can't wait to read more.
Melissa
Feb 15, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I want to read more about theses characters! I love this book!
Lady Entropy
Mar 13, 2018 rated it did not like it
DNF
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This was a pretty interesting book, though slow moving at some points. I had to see how things turned out, though and will likely read book two to see if Calli's first choice remains as her choice. Three Greek gods want you. What a life. I did enjoy Calli's brand of snarkiness. I like snarky people. However, it did not take long for me to become irritated with her clever way of cursing without actually cursing. Honestly, I can't understand why she held on to her relationship with Thrace for so l ...more
Liliana
Reviewed on Lili Lost in a Book

Calli is seemingly your average, normal girl... but she's not, really. You see, Calli is short for Calliope, as in one of the nine Greek Muses! Calli is a Muse, she just doesn't know it yet. However, there was a very different take on the mythology in this book, so the Muses aren't like the traditional Muses in Ancient Greece. I love Greek mythology and I'm all for different/unique takes on it, but this one just didn't do it for me. I mean, the gods are portrayed a
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Angie ~aka Reading Machine~
Sep 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
Calliope or Calli Edonides is named after a famous Greek Muse Calliope. She is also a student at DAI with her boyfriend Thrace. She also has black belt in karate. When a new student at karate class takes a surprising interest in Calli. Little does Calli know that her world view is about to undergo a major life changing events. Rafe Hermes job is to protect Calli at all costs necessary. Rafe is very protective of Calli in a variety of ways yet he is falling for Calli which could cause problems fo ...more
Casii
Aug 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: e-reader

I loved the book, but one thing bothered me, right in the very beginning of the book
"....the three most powerful Olympians in Greek Mythology- Apollo (God of Truth and Prophecy), Hermes (Messenger of the Gods and Protector of Humans), and Ares (God of Warfare and Bloodlust)."
....NO!!! Anyone with any knowledge of Greek myths knows this isn't true! The trifecta is the most powerful, meaning Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades! They mention Zeus so many times and about needing his consent or whatever and
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Miss
Aug 16, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Once I started reading this book I couldn't't put it down until I was finished. I really liked the inventive curse words and the main character's nastiness and spunk made me laugh. I love reading about mythology and this book explained it(mythology) without making it seem dry or boring which is a huge accomplishment considering how confusing it can get. Only problem is that it's supposed to be part of a trilogy and I've been waiting for years now for the next installment. Please release it soon ...more
Sarah
Aug 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
Don't judge the book by the cover. I almost didn't read this just because I was judging the cover... Lesson learned again. Even after reading it, I still feel the cover is lame, I understand the meaning of it, but still....
It was a good read, and I really enjoyed the links to be able to see the buildings that she was describing.
I look forward to the rest of the series, but hope the word FLOCK is only in there less than 5 times.
Rebecca
Feb 24, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2012-3-march
Idk if I should give this book a 2 or a 3 so a 2.5 it is.

The concept was great and I enjoyed the story itself but...

the main character annoyed me sometimes :/ and this book is in great need of an editor -_-

For the concept alone I would give this book a 4 or 5 but the lack of editting and the main character at points I had to give this a 2 (will 2.5... lol)

I'll most likely read the next one just to see what happens for like I said I did like the story itself
Michi
Not worth finishing. The language is terrible, the writing is aggravating to read with all the paranthetical inserts that bear no real relevance to the story, and the heroine comments on each article of her clothing, her every thought and action, and talks about her own personality. Even at the cost of free, this is a waste of time and space on my Kindle.
Mona
Jun 22, 2012 rated it liked it
This was a easy fun read. I liked the aspect of the Greek muses, gods, and demi-gods. I thought it was a great concept. I will also read book two since I have to know if Calli is Rafe's muse. i really hope that is the outcome.
Sabrina
Jul 07, 2012 rated it really liked it
I really liked this book it has a tad of greek mythology! I love Rafe he is just great well that is if you are fond of greek gods haha and who isn't!! Anyone who likes a spunky, stubborn female character, gorgeous gods,and a cute romance will love this book!
Twilightwatchers
Jul 04, 2014 rated it did not like it
Boring

This was written in 2011 and is supposed to be a trilogy, but book 2 has not been published yet. I wanted to see if the 2nd book would pick up the pace
Valerie
Nov 29, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Loved a new twist on teen fiction... No vampires, no half-angels, but gods... Nice plot and very entertaining. I could not stop reading it once I started!
Anna001
Sep 24, 2012 rated it it was ok
Started off only mediocre and steadily got worse. It just tended to drag. I found the main protagonist to be boring and a little too perfect-to the point of unrelatability.
Amy Kirchman
I loved it!
Chelsea Appiah-kubi
Aug 13, 2012 rated it really liked it
I loved this book i thought it had everything in a book to keep me intrested adn I loved the main characters I thought they were well thought out and were just great.
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When I was about 12, one of my plane friends (I am talking about you Mindy) and I put pen to paper and created our very first story. Unfortunately, we buried it in a time capsule that I have never been able to find again:( But I loved creating and going to places that I hadn't gotten to experience in my small town. This is what also attracted to me to my life long passion for reading.
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