In The Gatekeeper's Sons, Therese and Thanatos, the god of death, met and fell in love. In The Gatekeeper's Challenge, they did everything they could to be together, even break an oath on the River Styx. But the Olympians don't tolerate oath-breakers.
In this third audiobook in the saga, The Gatekeeper's Daughter, Therese may have finally succeeded in becoming a goddess, but if she wants to remain one, she'll not only have to discover her unique purpose, but also make some allies among the gods. Artemis sends her on a seemingly impossible quest across the world, while Than searches for a way to appease Ares. To make matters worse, her baby sister's life depends on the outcome of her quest.
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I love this series!! It brings back all the time I spent in my own youth reading Greek and Roman Mythology. I love that we revisit all those tales I enjoyed. Every time a new one comes up I get a happy feeling!!
This is the culmination of the trilogy and love story for Thanatos and Therese.They still have some challenges to face and quests to complete to make things right. This book picks up immediately after the second one finished. Each new quest leads to another and at some point you might think "when will it end?" but if you really think about it that is the way mythology is as well. There is always a twist or another bargain to be made.
I listened to the audiobook and once again love the narrator, Debbie Andreen. She does a fabulous job of bringing the emotions out of the characters and makes the story even more enjoyable. I loved her pace and that each character has a very distinct voice that is easy to differentiate. I have very happy ears and I hope she sticks around for the future books!
I love all the side stories and am thrilled that Ms Pohler decided to make it a saga instead of ending things with a trilogy. There is so much more story to tell and all those secondary characters like Jen, Pete and Hypnos who deserve HEA as well.
I do wonder that the book gets too involved for YA fans but I could be wrong. It might just be the something different they are always looking for! Can't wait to read what happens next.
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