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Labyrinth [An Adult Fable] (Siren Publishing Classic)

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  • Posted June 24, 2010

    Great book!

    Finally a short story, definitely worth the price! I loved this book, it had a great plot and good romance. I love Emma Wildes and all her stories, (just don't think ALL the short 50 page stories are worth the $3.00). And this one was no disappointment. Father, daughter, and good looking guy are in Greece looking for a Palace and the Labyrinth. Love is in the air, between good looking guy and daughter! And she has a gif. Which ever artifact she touches she can see the history behind it. Who used it, and what it was used for. And it ensues disbelief from the male character, until he sees that she really has the gift. However, he refuses to tell anyone that he was wrong. This book is great!

    P.S. It was really interesting because I just finished reading Percy Jackson, and all the mythological Greeks they were talking about in this book, I just read about in Percy Jackson's fourth installment "The battle of the labyrinth."

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