Book Title: Revenge of the Gods (The Titan’s Saga #3)
Author: Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve
Genre: Fantasy, Mythology
Target Audience: NA
Publication date: 11th July 2020
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Why I chose this?
I wasn’t a big fan of the last book and I think it could have ended there but I am curious to see how they have been able to pull the third book out of it. ￼
What it’s about
After losing Cronus, Maisey had to make a choice; lay broken on the floor and sink into depression, or charge into the underworld and get her man back.
Not one to sit around, she and Hyperion waltz into Thanatos’s office and demand the God of Death give them safe passage through the seven levels of the underworld to retrieve her love.
It seemed like a good idea at the time… but will Maisey be able to retrieve Cronus and resurrect him in time to finally take out Zeus.
Maybe if a huge wrench hadn’t been thrown in their plans.
Well, this one doesn’t seem to have as much pink on it as the authors seem to be leading into more gold with this one. But come on Maisey CUT YOU HAIR. How is it not pissing you off? ￼
I’m still unsure about this but the synopsis seems promising enough. there is only one way to find out.
What I Thought
So this was better than I was anticipating, I now believe it was possibly a case of what I’ve taken to call middle book syndrome.
The writing was so much better in this book and it seemed to flow a bit more than the last one and I can now why they were able to get into a third book. I still don’t understand why Maisey hasn’t at least trimmed her hair, especially when considering the timescale throughout this book.
This book went super fast and I mean both the timescale in the book and how quick I read it. I read it in one sitting as I needed to see how it finished off and whether the Gods received their comeuppance for what happened to the Titans, on more than one occasion.
Maisey is still the same as she was in the last two books but she doesn’t seem as self-centred in this final piece of the puzzle. I do share the love with Maisey, I too am very much an island girl. Cronus is very much a leading man and highly possessive of his girl. If there was one person who I really liked in this series is Thanatos God of the Dead. He is probably the most down to earth gut in this book which seems unlikely.
Now it’s time to go on the next adventure and although Elemental Compass is out now I think I might give another author a try before reading this one.
However, I do have one final question, why is it called Revenge of the Gods when it’s about the Titans.
Have you read Revenge of the Gods? Let me know in the comments
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