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The deadliest game is the one you never chose to play.

Finding out Ares, the god of war, is my father was a shock.

Finding out I'm destined to lead his troops out of the aether and overthrow Cronus himself?

Let's just say I'm gonna need more than chamomile tea to power through this.

Hades, Loki, and Fenrir are the last three people I'd want to be stranded with, but the only way we're getting out of this hellscape is by working together.

If they think I'm going to forget all their wicked games just because we have a common goal, they're dead wrong.

The Queen is taking her throne back, and these three gorgeous jerks are going to have to grovel if they want forgiveness.

©2019 River Ramsey (P)2020 Tantor

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Decent read.

I was hesitant to read this series, but enjoy RH books so wanted to give it a try.

Overall it was good. The narrator was decent and I liked the plot. Having said that, there were parts of the story that didn't quite add up with previous events. And the parentage of Fenrir threw me off because he is supposed to be the son of Loki, but isn't related in any way in this story.

Character development was alright. Not a big fan of Hades until the end of book three.

This series should have been split in two books, not three. Book one ended like a normal chapter would, which I didn't like. I wouldn't spend three credits on these if given a redo.

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Poorly executed series. Should be one book.

Please Note: This review encompasses the entire series but contains no spoilers. The overall arching plot line/ idea is what drew me in and kept reading through the various books. Sadly, this does not entirely make up for the issues with consistency, lack of connections in scattered plot points, little or no motivations behind character’s actions, and more. The overall series lacks follow through on several plot points that are set up as foreshadowing that could have given great interest to the story as a whole. Sadly, none of these moments of foreshadow take place. The characters themselves are all written well with the exception of Hades. He comes across as a spoiled rich kid fitting certain tropes of this kind of character. His narration could also have something to do with this character and their choices coming off as a bit cringeworthy, eye rolling at the least. I am a major fan of combining different mythos and storylines so that they can coincide and mingle well with one another. However, one can not simply skip over known mythos in ways that create incestuous relationships just to use certain characters. Lastly, all three books could have been written as one. They are each labeled as “semesters”. One would assume that these would then take place in different semesters, however the timeline is so muddled that there is no clear marker of what semester we are in. There are three books, but what seems like two semesters. Additionally, there is not a large enough story arc and cliff hanger within each book to make a series necessary. Overall, the ideas behind the storyline are very, very good. Just poorly executed. I do not find these books to be worth their three credits, though you might.

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  • Toula eliopoulos
  • 03-18-20

A grip deadly listen

Book 3 and the final in the series . This story will have you glued to your earbuds till the end . I finished it in one day . I like how a River Ramsey took some characters from the Norse mythology and some characters in the Greek mythology and wrote a great story.
Ares the Greek god is in the aeither . Put there by Cronus , Ares and Cronus were best friends at one time . Kore finds out that Ares is her father and he reveals what is going on with Cronus . She finds out that not only Loki , Fenrir and Hades are her mates but there should be another mate .
There is lots going on in the story , lots of action. Grab it and see does Kory find her other mate does Kory and her men find a way to defeat Cronus.

Both Erik Bloomquist, Amelie Griffin performance was fantastic. Loved how they both did the different characters.