Aphrodite (Book 1 Aphrodite Trilogy)

Aphrodite (Book 1 Aphrodite Trilogy)

by Kaitlin Bevis

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BN ID: 2940157946654
Publisher: ImaJinn Books
Publication date: 03/18/2016
Series: The Daughters of Zeus , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 222
Sales rank: 194,756
File size: 3 MB

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Aphrodite 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This went beyond my expectations. When I started this book I was kinda skeptical about how this story would go and how much I would miss Persephone and Hades. Knowing that the main character was Aphrodite and Adonis didn't make it better cause they weren't my favorite people when the showed up in the last few books. At first before going into this I remembered at the end of The Iron Queen, Poseidon personally invited Aphrodite to his dreamscape and asked her for help with the missing demigods. When this book started off rocky and different from how it was described before I was so confused. Throughout the book I kept think that Adonis hated gods including Aphrodite and Poseidon was some kind of monster. But halfway through the book Adonis warmed up exponentially to Aphrodite and you could almost say he cared and might have liked her. As this story progressed I was more invested into Aphrodite and I was starting to like her and feel for her. I was rooting for her happy ending. I was so confused if she was going to end up with Adonis or Aries. I wouldn't have minded either. Adonis at the end broke her heart and betrayed her and then saved her with his life. This story got so complex and intricate that every little detail made the picture a little more clearer but bigger too. I hate how the story ended in a cliffhanger worse than the one for The Daughter of the Earth and Sky, when Persephone got kidnapped. It ended so abruptly and intensely, I don't know if I can't wait over a year for the next book. But I'll still totally recommend this book! It was another amazing installment to this twist on Greek mythology. You just can't keep away for this world Kaitlin Bevis paints for you. It's so vivid and endearing and action packed that putting down her books aren't an option. With all this said I hope you'll give this book a chance and this series a chance because it is written beautifully and I can't say anything bad about it.