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When Aphrodite is order by the King of the Olympians that she will marry the grouchy, crippled Hephaestus and remain faithful to her marriage vows or inhabit a cell in Tartarus, ...
When Aphrodite is order by the King of the Olympians that she will marry the grouchy, crippled Hephaestus and remain faithful to her marriage vows or inhabit a cell in Tartarus, she has little choice except to follow Zeus' demands. But her objections to the marriage are not the reasons everyone believes them to be.
Posted June 3, 2013
The author claims that this book was proofread before publication, however, she invites readers to email her if anyone should find errors. Problem is, this book is full of gross spelling, grammar, and factual errors, so many in fact, that it would take me weeks to go through them all, and frankly I don't have time!!! The second major issue with this book is it rehashes or repeats facts that readers who have read either "My Lord Hades" or the clean version "Persephone" already know. It's like she tried to write a storyline and at some point got bored and gave up, giving us stuff we already read previously. I am bitterly disappointed, especially since I read this book's prequel and it seemed promising. If Berman had simply continued on that path the result might have been different. It pains me that there is (YES I KID YOU NOT!) a third book. I almost do not want to downlosd it becsuse I suspect it is yet another 700+ page book with editing errors on every page, rehash, and not much else. Please do yourselves a favor and consider this review before you waste your money. You have been warned!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.