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Releasing the Gods

The Titan's Saga, Book 1
Narrated by: Vanessa Moyen
Series: The Titan's Saga, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 12 mins
Categories: Teens, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
4.5 out of 5 stars (78 ratings)

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 It all started with a dare.

A single dare on Maisey Parker's 21st birthday and her entire life changed.

One second she was getting drunk with her friends, and the next she was climbing a cliff, cutting her hand, and accidentally offering a blood sacrifice that opened a thousand year old prison. A prison that contained the only living Titan. One too powerful to kill. One that wants nothing to do with being attached to Maisey.

Cronus has an old score to settle with the Greek Pantheon. Lucky she has some sick days saved up at work, because Maisey is dragged along whether she likes it or not. A decision Cronus no doubt regretted right around the time she makes a colossal mistake, unleashing an untold evil on the world.

Now they're in a race against the clock to resurrect the other Titans, the only beings who can contain the evil. They're the world's last hope. And Maisey's.

©2019 Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve (P)2019 Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve

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Extreamly Imature

This book is what's wrong with our generation I am the age of the main character, who is obsessed with posting herself Instagram (this is my biggest pet peeve) the book encourages young women to continue being so vane it disgusts me. She speaks very immaturely saying "hashtags" every paragraph. I could bearly get through the first chapter but dragged on hoping it would get better since I love fictions revolving around the gods but after chapter 5 I just couldn't do it. The book just pissed me off the whole time. Don't waste your time

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Ugh!!!!!

Disappointed!!!! I love books by Jaymin Eve and love Vanessa Moyers narrative skills but thus hook is complete garbage!!! I swear this book is only as long as it is because they used hash tag this, hash tag that and other hash tag nonsense! A complete letdown!!!!

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  • st-hubert, quebec
  • 12-29-19

Nope too much ###

Jaymin Eve & Leia Stone are one of my favorites duo of co-writting authors. But sadly this book was not one of my favorites. The story by itself would have been awesome if not for the constant Hashtagging every few sentences. That sadly killed it for me. I don't know if listening to it via Audible made it worse but i will try to read the other books instead of listening to it maybe it will be less annoying.

Vanessa Moyen did an excellent job narrating this book like usual i love her voice. So sad that that the constant # ruined it.

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A very fun read

Finished it in a day and it made for a very enjoyable afternoon. The hashtag usage gets a little excessive at times, but it does add a certain amount of character and charm to the book that I enjoyed most of the time. The mythology in it was great, and the humor kept me thoroughly entertained. All in all definitely worth a read and I’ll be looking forward to the sequel.

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So bad

Don’t waste your time or money unless you’re OK with the F word in every other sentence and hash tag in every statement she makes it’s #Annoying .. it’s a shame because it could be a really fun story

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ok

It was ok. i don't know if I want to finish the series but I might

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Funny! I can't wait till the next!

I read it on my Kindle first and the hashtags didn't really bother me but I can see how them being said out loud got a little bit annoying but I still loved the story!
Also some people said it was immature, especially with the hashtags but I disagree. It is clear that Maisey is going to grow and develop a lot over the series or else why would the authors have Cronus making fun of her hashtags and making fun of her shallow life? Even over book 1 she grows up quite a bit. Can't wait for the next book!

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My Favorite Author, Not My Fave Book

I don't think there's a better author than Jaymin, truly. I love her work.... this character and storyline just didn't resonate with me. The character development is flat, the flippant dialogue isn't enough to engage the imagination. The language and plot are strangely flat....and don't get me started on the use of social media as something worth building your life on. I'm going to wait awhile and give it another try. She's an amazing author, and I think the series will improve. I don't know Jaymin's co-author, but I've heard good things.

For those who want to know the cause for the low rating..... it lost a star or two over the constant #ShesTheInstagramType and a hastag line at the end of every sentence. it was #AnnoyingAF.

I can't recommence Jaymin Eve's books highly enough. For me, this one just doesn't work.

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the hashtagging is WAY too much

finished it but God it was a struggle. the hashtag thing was too much. it would have been better with a different main female character background.

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  • JC
  • 01-06-20

Never disappoints!

This was a really fun read. I enjoyed the story line between Cronus and Maisey. It’s funny listen to those two banter. Maisey starts off trying to become a sponsored influencer, which can be annoying. You will either hate the # lingo or not care. I didn’t mind them too much later in the book. It took some adjusting to that writing since I don’t use/speak in hashtags. But Jaymin and Leia does use some funny hashtags. There is definitely character development between Cronus and Maisey characters. I liked the twist in the Greek god mythology and the nine deadly sins. It kept the book really interesting. It’s a fast pace, action packed book. The romance is a slow burn. I’ll be curious to see how the relationship continues to develop in second book. Vanessa Moyen does a great job as always!

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  • miss Amanda Seddon
  • 12-07-19

less # tags

enjoying the story but far to many #tag quotes Every other line is # tag this # tag that put me off finishing the book

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  • 12-30-19

***Oh My Cronus***

Vanessa Moyen is a brilliant narrator thank you. Releasing the gods is witty, none stop gods actions and not to forget our heroine #addictedtoinstagram lol I've enjoyed this book so much and can't wait for book two, five star all the way. It's extremely entertaining, I couldn't stop laughing.