Aristi cthonia, "the best chthonic ". Kore Soteira, "the savior maiden", in Megalopolis. Neotera, "the younger", in Eleusis. Kore of Demeter Hagne in the Homeric hymn.
|Published (Last):||5 August 2011|
|PDF File Size:||13.98 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||4.38 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
It is like nothing that you would imagen. I can make a text-to-self connection to this book. In the book Hades was fraimed for steeling Persephone and takeing her to the underworld. It is just like being framed for something you didnt do but no body believes you. I would give this book 5 stars because it is one of my favorate books. You cant put it down and it never gets boring. I would reccomend this book to people of all ages.
It is a very fun book. Apr 23, Carrie rated it liked it Recommends it for: fourth graders I am the worst, really one of the very worst at remembering who was who in the different mythos. Pretty good for a fourth grade level book. Jan 03, Jakey rated it it was amazing I like when Demeter invents winter, Florida, and vacation.
Aug 22, ForeverDaydream rated it it was ok Meh. I liked the first Mythomania book, and I generally like reading Hades and Persephone retellings, especially when Persephone is not kidnapped but trying to escape an overbearing mother, but this was cheapened by constant allusions to modernity. Horses named Harley and Davidson?
A cell phone? It felt inauthentic, gimmicky. And this gimmickiness rubbed off on the characters, too: they all felt like diet-soda, cookie-cutter pop-cultured versions of themselves.
Phone Home, Persephone!