The Gatekeeper's Bride: A Prequel to The Gatekeeper's Saga

The Gatekeeper's Bride: A Prequel to The Gatekeeper's Saga

by Eva Pohler

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BN ID: 2940152553499
Publisher: Eva Pohler
Publication date: 04/11/2016
Series: Gatekeeper's Saga
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 4,056
File size: 600 KB
Age Range: 12 Years

About the Author

Eva Pohler is a USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels for teens and adults. She writes fantasy based on Greek mythology, supernatural suspense, and psychological thrillers. Her books have been described as "addictive" and "sure to thrill"--Kirkus Reviews. Whichever genre you read, you will find an adventure in Eva Pohler's stories. They blur the line between reality and fantasy, truth and delusion, and draw from Eva's personal philosophy that a reader must be lured and abducted into complete captivity in order to enjoy the reading experience. Visit Eva's website for resources, such as a Greek mythology bingo game, Greek mythology flashcards, Greek names pronunciation guide, interactive map if the Underworld, color-me bookmarks, a printable reading log, reader emojis, and an interactive tarot reading. You will also find free ebooks and other cool stuff:

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The Gatekeeper's Bride: A Prequel to The Gatekeeper's Saga 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have not read the rest of the series but this book is quite good. It was an easy read and I finished it within hours of starting it (it is 231 pages). The stories of the Gods and Goddesses we all know are changed, but it keeps it entertaining and fresh. There is some redundant phrases throughout as the author tries to reiterate certain points, but the overall story remains worth the read. I will likely read the rest of the series as some point in the near future
AvidReader200 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this prequel to the Gatekeeper's Saga. If you haven't read the full saga you will after this book. It was heartbreaking and endearing at the same time. An exciting twist on the myth we all know. You will love the Underworld and the gods in it after this story. Enjoy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series, author, and world. Wish I could give more than 5 stars!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the way you portray the Gods and Goddesses it brings them to life in a manner that makes them more than just Gods and Goddesses, they have all the traits of humans but with the addition of their powers, each has its own personality, insecurities, love, desires and even prejudices. You've given me more than just a deity, you've made each and every one of them real and individual with their own background, beliefs, families, determination and goals. I'm really looking forward to the )-off series where I will be thrilled to see what's transpired with the characters (friends in a sense) between this series and the what is to come. Would love to see each of the Gods and Goddesses stories as with the fantastic ones you've already brought to us readers! Thank you for sharing your talent, imagination and love!
Pure_Jonel More than 1 year ago
What an enticing prequel to Pohler’s Gatekeeper’s Saga. She returns to the underworld with the same flair and solid writing that I’ve come to know and love from her. I like how this twist on Greek mythology was put in a historical context, allowing history buffs an inside track while also creating a story that readers of all ages will love. The way that the demigods and their quests are portrayed made me laugh. It was mythology with a twist. That said, this twist never negated the realities that were. Pohler allows readers to see Hades as a real person. I enjoyed seeing what shaped him in his earlier years. I liked getting to know not only how he thinks, but also what he looks like. Persephone’s adventures revealed a great deal about the world in which Pohler’s characters thrive. They also allowed Persephone’s heart to shine through. I fell in love with her just as Hades did. Demeter’s views on the world were intriguing, and explained many of Persephone’s actions and reactions. That said, I know I really shouldn’t hate one of the god(desse)s, but I seriously can’t tolerate Demeter. I really enjoyed the way that Pohler can develop a character that I dislike so much, without detracting from the story. It added an extra dimension to the plot for me. This novel is definitely Greek mythology with a kick. It was a fun & exciting story that I couldn’t get enough of. I’d recommend it to readers one & all. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.