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Posted June 2, 2012
Shar and Meg are two very unlikely friends. Meg is very much a
Shar and Meg are two very unlikely friends. Meg is very much a Goth while Shar is more sweetness and life. They fight all of the time, but try to get along for the most part. They are having a particularly bad fight when they push a guy in right in front of a subway train. Understandably, this doesn't go well and the girls find themselves in front of Hades. Hades is actually rather mild, but he does have one request. He will make them sirens and they must guide a man to the Underworld, a man Hades himself is having difficulty with. The girls don't think too much of this request until they meet the unsuspecting fellow...and discover he is blind and deaf. The task suddenly became much more difficult, can the sirens pull this off or will the gods forever laugh at them?Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The girls are the main characters and will keep the reader laughing most of the time. The events are hysterical and at least one of the girls is funny most of the time. The book is funny, exciting, and interesting. There is plenty of fashion mixed with Greek mythology, female readers will enjoy this book in particular. Hades is a funny character. He is charismatic and sexy, but a huge trickster. He helps push the plot along with his antics and sexy dialogue. Overall, this was a great start to a funny series, young adult and teen readers will enjoy this book.