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Myths of Immortality (book 3) left us with Athan as a mere mortal, a hot mortal, but still a mortal. And Hope has this crazy idea to go up to Mount Olympus, but can't remember why after her memory was wiped by the river Lethe. Problem is, the only way to get to Mount Olympus is through an invite from one of the gods. Unfortunately, Hope isn't at the top of any of their lists at the moment.
Hope and Athan's relationship has obviously changed a little due to his mortality, but Hope's friendship with Xan is stronger than ever. #TeamXan for life! Seriously. Without giving away any spoilers, there are more than a couple hurdles for all three of our main characters, but their struggles are well-written by the amazing Raye Wagner.
My only warning for readers is that there are A LOT of names thrown around in this book, mostly gods and fates. If you're a mythology expert, you'll be completely fine, but if you're like me, keep a list of all the gods (conveniently located within the index of Fates and Furies) within reach. IT'S WORTH IT!!!
The author continues to create a vivid world of Gods and Demigods in this conclusion book of the Sphinx series. The entire book is about Hope trying to escape her curse as the Sphinx. As the series reads we learn a lot about each God and what is really going on at Olympus. The journey finally takes us to Olympus in this book.
I feel this is the most fast paced of all the books. We cover a lot of ground during this book, but there was never a part where I felt that it was overwhelming at all. The pace was perfect for such an elaborate series. Also, since there was a lot of setup in the previous books it felt perfectly in tune with the series.
Hope really grew into such a mature character during the series of these books. I enjoyed watching her grow and become her own person. Hope could put everything aside for the common good and work towards a bigger picture solution. I loved how level-headed Hope was during this journey even with so much happening and her friends being placed in danger.
The author does an amazing job creating the world in this series and in this book, we get an amazing look at Olympus. I loved all the world building the author created, she really took her time to go into a vivid description of how she pictures Olympus. I was easily able to image being with the characters while they were in Olympus and taking this journey with them. The author made the characters come off the page.
My one complaint would be that the series ended. The ending is perfect for this series I didn’t want more at the end, but just knowing there isn’t a book five is hard. I can’t wait to see what Raye writes next.
I would suggest reading the entire series from start to finish. I don’t really feel these are standalone books as the author pulls people and previous events into the series. I would suggest this as a perfect weekend binge series.
This author's stories are lush a full and keep us guessing with each sentence. And as much as I want her characters to find the happy conclusion to their courageous exploits, I'm never ready for the story to end. I cannot wait to see what comes from her creative mind next!
I love Greek Mythology books and the premise of this series had great potential. It just needed to be edited down..... and possibly a little more research on irish accents. What was supposed to be a tall strong demigod I kept imagining as the leprechaun for Lucky Charms because of the narration.