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Syrena has a chance to make a difference, and so long as there’s a chance, she has to try. Five hundred years after the Greek gods destroyed the modern world, Syrena, Daughter of Poseidon, lives under the gods’ tyrannical rule. However, a centuries-old prophecy says a war will be waged on them. And if that means there’s a possibility to help those the Olympians have hurt, Syrena has a chance to make a difference, and so long as there’s a chance, she has to try. Five hundred years after the Greek gods destroyed the modern world, Syrena, Daughter of Poseidon, lives under the gods’ tyrannical rule. However, a centuries-old prophecy says a war will be waged on them. And if that means there’s a possibility to help those the Olympians have hurt, a possibility to change things for the better, Syrena will do anything to bring this prediction to life. Even if it means losing everything she loves. Gods. Monsters. Magic. The War on the Gods series is perfect for fans of Greek mythology who want a new twist on the old tales. This short story serves as a prequel to War on the Gods and can be read whether you’ve started the series or not!


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Syrena has a chance to make a difference, and so long as there’s a chance, she has to try. Five hundred years after the Greek gods destroyed the modern world, Syrena, Daughter of Poseidon, lives under the gods’ tyrannical rule. However, a centuries-old prophecy says a war will be waged on them. And if that means there’s a possibility to help those the Olympians have hurt, Syrena has a chance to make a difference, and so long as there’s a chance, she has to try. Five hundred years after the Greek gods destroyed the modern world, Syrena, Daughter of Poseidon, lives under the gods’ tyrannical rule. However, a centuries-old prophecy says a war will be waged on them. And if that means there’s a possibility to help those the Olympians have hurt, a possibility to change things for the better, Syrena will do anything to bring this prediction to life. Even if it means losing everything she loves. Gods. Monsters. Magic. The War on the Gods series is perfect for fans of Greek mythology who want a new twist on the old tales. This short story serves as a prequel to War on the Gods and can be read whether you’ve started the series or not!

30 review for Daughter of Poseidon

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dianne

    Looking for a fascinating read that is just enough to whet one’s reading appetite while setting the stage for a great series? A.P. Mobley’s talent as an author shines through in this short little tale. DAUGHTER OF POSEIDON jumps out of the gate and sprints to the end right through Syrena’s story. A wonderful short story that is perfect for young adult readers, no matter how old they are! I received a complimentary copy from A.P. Mobley! This is my honest and voluntary review. Series: War on the Go Looking for a fascinating read that is just enough to whet one’s reading appetite while setting the stage for a great series? A.P. Mobley’s talent as an author shines through in this short little tale. DAUGHTER OF POSEIDON jumps out of the gate and sprints to the end right through Syrena’s story. A wonderful short story that is perfect for young adult readers, no matter how old they are! I received a complimentary copy from A.P. Mobley! This is my honest and voluntary review. Series: War on the Gods - Book 0 Publisher : Sea of Ink Press (November 14, 2020) Genre: YA fantasy Print length : 41 pages Available from: Amazon For Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Pratt

    I loved this book so much!!! I don't know if the author knew this but what made this book great is the moral of the story. The moral is to choose the right path to be on. Don't have other people choose for you. If you choose the wrong path...you can always change. Plus I love mythos. I cannot get enough of them. The author is a wonderful writer. This author is new to me and I absolutely before her. I received an advance review copy for free and I am voluntarily leaving a review I loved this book so much!!! I don't know if the author knew this but what made this book great is the moral of the story. The moral is to choose the right path to be on. Don't have other people choose for you. If you choose the wrong path...you can always change. Plus I love mythos. I cannot get enough of them. The author is a wonderful writer. This author is new to me and I absolutely before her. I received an advance review copy for free and I am voluntarily leaving a review

  3. 5 out of 5

    Maria Preston

    Daughter of Poseidon ; war on the gods . I though the descriptions and story line were both enticing and really pulled me in to the story , I love the characters so far , but hopefully will meet more and of the same ones in book one , and with the witch Hecate goddess of the crossways and of the witches and of ghosts, she is one of my favourite goddesses . You can't go wrong with stories from myth or at least based on stories from myth , and characters from mythology . Demi goddess Syrena , As si Daughter of Poseidon ; war on the gods . I though the descriptions and story line were both enticing and really pulled me in to the story , I love the characters so far , but hopefully will meet more and of the same ones in book one , and with the witch Hecate goddess of the crossways and of the witches and of ghosts, she is one of my favourite goddesses . You can't go wrong with stories from myth or at least based on stories from myth , and characters from mythology . Demi goddess Syrena , As since the death of her little sister pearl , not even a year ago now , Syrena has found the gods to be mean and treat the kids of the gods badly , she sets out with the help of Diana her friend , both Demi goddesses , to talk with the fates to see if they in some way can fulfil the prophecy , or help the prophecy be fulfilled by summoning the chosen two to help . They are both leaving friends and family behind as well as loved ones, to may be never see them again , or even to the death for their decisions . And Just to see if they can change the way the world is a long with the rules and beliefs they have been falsed to follow and to change the gods in some way . Even though this is a short introduction to the story , before getting into the book 1 and book 2 . I thoroughly enjoyed the read and will definitely read book one and two . so if you like gods and monsters , and flying horse Pegasi you will love this book , and all books related to this one .

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ava

    Prefacing this review, I feel the need to state that I read this short story without having read any of the War on the Gods series. This short story was enjoyable - I thought that the mythology aspect was depicted accurately, and the scenery descriptions were quite vivid. It was well written and the dialogue was respectably realistic. I did find it a bit hard to get invested in the main conflict of the story, but I think that if I were reading this with the context of the rest of the series, it Prefacing this review, I feel the need to state that I read this short story without having read any of the War on the Gods series. This short story was enjoyable - I thought that the mythology aspect was depicted accurately, and the scenery descriptions were quite vivid. It was well written and the dialogue was respectably realistic. I did find it a bit hard to get invested in the main conflict of the story, but I think that if I were reading this with the context of the rest of the series, it would hold my interest more firmly. The premise of a war against the gods for their various sins is slightly reminiscent of the Percy Jackson series, but the way it's executed is original and creative, so older Percy Jackson fans who are looking for a new series to read might find this one to their liking. Overall, this was a quick and satisfying read, with an interesting plot and a well-crafted structure. Many thanks to the author, the publisher, and BookSirens for providing me with a free ARC of this book. My review is uninfluenced and has been left voluntarily.

  5. 4 out of 5

    P.G Guacamole

    I want to thank the author, A.P. Mobley, for gifting me a free copy of this novella before its release! . Rating ~ 5 / 5 stars . Another amazing book by the fantastic A.P. Mobley! I gotta say, A.P Mobley never fails to amaze me. Her War on the Gods trilogy is fantastic and I'm anxiously waiting for the last book. Her companion story to this series, The Shielf of Nike, was mind-blowing. And now she hands us the story through the eyes of Syrene, Daughter of Posiden, who is responsible for kickst I want to thank the author, A.P. Mobley, for gifting me a free copy of this novella before its release! . Rating ~ 5 / 5 stars . Another amazing book by the fantastic A.P. Mobley! I gotta say, A.P Mobley never fails to amaze me. Her War on the Gods trilogy is fantastic and I'm anxiously waiting for the last book. Her companion story to this series, The Shielf of Nike, was mind-blowing. And now she hands us the story through the eyes of Syrene, Daughter of Posiden, who is responsible for kickstarting the prophecy into action. This book was the icing on the cake! Not only is the cover gorgeous (huge appreciation to the cover artist) but the story was simply something that I have wanted to read about a long time. In the trilogy, we never get to read about Syrena but this book helps fill that gap. Even though this novella is a short one (about 70 pages), it accomplishes so much. We get to see Syrena in action, all the difficult situations she went through, the reason why she went against the Gods. Even more important, it's basically a story that will help you understand the War on the Gods series. If I hadn't read the series before this, I would be scrambling because that cliffhanger got to me! Overall, A.P Mobley is such an amazing writer who I know for sure will make it big because her writing is just perfect. If you haven't picked up her books yet, I'm telling you that you are missing out on something big!

  6. 4 out of 5

    JK

    It’s always a good day when a new War on the Gods story drops into my inbox. I’ve been invested in this series for a couple of years now, and it just intrigues me more and more with every new instalment. Daughter of Poseidon is a short teaser on what this world is experiencing, where the uprising are coming from, and how important the fulfilment of the prophecy is to the demigods. It would be an excellent place to start for anyone who is intrigued by the idea of mortals waging war on the gods, th It’s always a good day when a new War on the Gods story drops into my inbox. I’ve been invested in this series for a couple of years now, and it just intrigues me more and more with every new instalment. Daughter of Poseidon is a short teaser on what this world is experiencing, where the uprising are coming from, and how important the fulfilment of the prophecy is to the demigods. It would be an excellent place to start for anyone who is intrigued by the idea of mortals waging war on the gods, those mythical beings who have a huge arsenal of legendary weapons. Syrena, Daughter of Poseidon, is a character who we’ve read about before, but only in the memories of others. We know how loved she is, we know she’s responsible for the prophecy beginning to come together, but we only ever see her through the eyes of someone else. It was wonderful to get into her head for a small number of pages, and really see her motivations, her game plan, and best of all, her insane power with water. It’s made me very excited for the third book in the trilogy. I’d recommend this as the best place to start before embarking on your War on the Gods journey. Luckily, this one is free to download here; you’d be stupid not to.

  7. 4 out of 5

    grace (gracelwrites)

    First and foremost, I would like to thank BookSirens for offering an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. For a prequel (I'm lucky to have picked this up), this was ... quite 'meh'. I was really excited when I saw this on my feed, for a lack of better word, because as a long time Greek Mythology fan, I absolutely CANNOT resist stories that retell the mythological canon. Especially those that feature demigods (blame Percy Jackson for this, oop-) Unfortunately, I was quite disappointed in this no First and foremost, I would like to thank BookSirens for offering an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. For a prequel (I'm lucky to have picked this up), this was ... quite 'meh'. I was really excited when I saw this on my feed, for a lack of better word, because as a long time Greek Mythology fan, I absolutely CANNOT resist stories that retell the mythological canon. Especially those that feature demigods (blame Percy Jackson for this, oop-) Unfortunately, I was quite disappointed in this novella. In fact, I'm thankful this was a novella in the first place. Syrena, the titular daughter of Poseidon, fell flat as a protagonist, constantly fawning over Spencer (son of Hades), to the point where I felt it took over her other qualities. I won't go into ... relations, because mythology is a whole lot weirder anyway. Personally, from the way Syrena and Diana (daughter of Apollo—and nice name ya got there) interacted, these two had way more chemistry compared to Spencer and Syrena. Hecate carried the entire story, even though she was the villain. Yep, I said what I said. Luckily, this is, as mentioned, a prequel. It ended at a cliffhanger but I'm not so sure if I want to carry on with the main trilogy.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cees Tollenaar

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. First of all, I've received a free copy of this book as an ARC reader in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for letting me read this prequel of Helm of Darkness by A.P. Mobley. Here we go: To start off, the writing style is very pleasant once again which made reading this book a breeze! Kudos for that Mobley, can't wait to read more of your books. SPOILER ALERT IN THE NEXT BIT. Now for the story itself as prequel for the first of trilogy book series. The story is not quite the revelation I had First of all, I've received a free copy of this book as an ARC reader in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for letting me read this prequel of Helm of Darkness by A.P. Mobley. Here we go: To start off, the writing style is very pleasant once again which made reading this book a breeze! Kudos for that Mobley, can't wait to read more of your books. SPOILER ALERT IN THE NEXT BIT. Now for the story itself as prequel for the first of trilogy book series. The story is not quite the revelation I had hoped it to be. This short story is a more elaborate retelling of what happened at the start of Helm of Darkness. MY THOUGHTS. This prequel, for me, is a missed opportunity for a more elaborate character and story building. Would be nice to have used this prequel to learn how Syrena grew up, what happened / how she and other demigods were summoned to be trained as warriors for Zeus and also what happened to her that she made the choice to leave the note in Spencers room. In short, it would have been nice to have had a more in depth about what happened to Syrena tat led to her decision to fulfill the prophecy.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Silek001

    The beginning is mostly information about the world in the book and the Greek pantheon. The facts are somewhat wowen into the story but it is a bit of an infodump at first. However it is needed to understand the rest of the story, and after that you get into the story pretty quickly. Almost all the chapters, including the last one, ends with cliffhangers. The rest of the chapters were still full of action and feelings. I truly adore the authors way of writing action scenes, I got an adrenaline r The beginning is mostly information about the world in the book and the Greek pantheon. The facts are somewhat wowen into the story but it is a bit of an infodump at first. However it is needed to understand the rest of the story, and after that you get into the story pretty quickly. Almost all the chapters, including the last one, ends with cliffhangers. The rest of the chapters were still full of action and feelings. I truly adore the authors way of writing action scenes, I got an adrenaline rush every time. The author is extremely good at showing both inner monologue and dialogue. It's very clear when characters are thinking versus speaking. Kudos to them. I felt that the descriptions of people and paces were a bit lacking. Most of the descriptions were plain and not painting a clear image. This made it a bit hard to really get into the world of the book. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Adiva

    To tell you the truth, I binge read this book, when I was supposed to be doing my work. But reading this book was the best decision I have ever made this year, seriously. I know this book was just a prequel, and it was short, but I really liked reading it. I enjoyed the inner dialogue, and workings of Syrena's mind. I also liked the inclusion of back stories, which gave more in depth explanations of her emotions. It enhanced her dimensionality. She was a person I could understand from the informa To tell you the truth, I binge read this book, when I was supposed to be doing my work. But reading this book was the best decision I have ever made this year, seriously. I know this book was just a prequel, and it was short, but I really liked reading it. I enjoyed the inner dialogue, and workings of Syrena's mind. I also liked the inclusion of back stories, which gave more in depth explanations of her emotions. It enhanced her dimensionality. She was a person I could understand from the information given, someone I could relate to, which I really liked. This book was left on a cliffhanger, which was the only thing I didn't appreciate was the cliffhanger. But now I want to read the rest of the series. This book was well worth the read. I received an advance review copy for free, courtesy of Book Sirens, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Eileen

    4.5 stars I've previously read the first two books of the trilogy and really enjoyed them, the second one being even better than the first. This is a prequel that explains what Syrena and Diana went through to start the events of the trilogy, and although it is short, it's a very solid installment in the series with a good moral--which is choosing the right path even if it is the harder path, and even if you may not succeed. I am anxiously waiting for the third book in the trilogy, so this was ki 4.5 stars I've previously read the first two books of the trilogy and really enjoyed them, the second one being even better than the first. This is a prequel that explains what Syrena and Diana went through to start the events of the trilogy, and although it is short, it's a very solid installment in the series with a good moral--which is choosing the right path even if it is the harder path, and even if you may not succeed. I am anxiously waiting for the third book in the trilogy, so this was kind of a nice teaser to keep me invested in the universe! Even though I read the first two books before reading this, you can definitely start the series with this prequel and then pick up the trilogy after this. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Misa

    I received an advance review copy for free from Booksirens, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. 2.5 stars Well, the title and the cover got me interested and because it's considered as the prequel of a book that I'm thinking about reading which is " The Helm of Darkness" so I wanted to read this novella in order to get an idea about what it's all about. The story starts with Syrena and Diana escaping from the realm and tyranny of the Greek gods in order to change things. I read it and it wasn I received an advance review copy for free from Booksirens, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. 2.5 stars Well, the title and the cover got me interested and because it's considered as the prequel of a book that I'm thinking about reading which is " The Helm of Darkness" so I wanted to read this novella in order to get an idea about what it's all about. The story starts with Syrena and Diana escaping from the realm and tyranny of the Greek gods in order to change things. I read it and it wasn't really impressive. The characters were dull and the story wasn't captivating as I thought. Syrena kept talking about how she regrets leaving Spencer but then she has to do this sacrifice... I don't know what to say about this novella perhaps if I read the first book I will get it better. I just hope that it will be better than Daughter of Poseidon.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tanja Glavnik

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I wanted to hear more about Syrena since reading Helm of Darkness and learning her fate. Here, we get to see the night she chooses to leave Olympus and fight to bring the Prophecy to life - and the temptations presented by the goddess of crossroads, Hecate. It takes a special brand of courage to leave all you know and everyone behind, knowing your death awaits you, and Syrena has it in spades. This novella does not disappoint! I only I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I wanted to hear more about Syrena since reading Helm of Darkness and learning her fate. Here, we get to see the night she chooses to leave Olympus and fight to bring the Prophecy to life - and the temptations presented by the goddess of crossroads, Hecate. It takes a special brand of courage to leave all you know and everyone behind, knowing your death awaits you, and Syrena has it in spades. This novella does not disappoint! I only wish there was more about her actually learning what she personally has to do and accepting it. I think that would have been awesome.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    I enjoyed the way Mobley makes the characters of Greek Mythology accessible. They are vibrant and credible in their roles, with engaging dialogue and enthralling action scenes. The reader is instantly drawn into the story and will want to continue beyond this prequel to see how the adventure unfolds. There were a few minor ‘mechanical’ distractions in the writing style: some long sentences with secondary clauses embedded unnecessarily, and a few too many sentences beginning with ‘And… or But….’. I enjoyed the way Mobley makes the characters of Greek Mythology accessible. They are vibrant and credible in their roles, with engaging dialogue and enthralling action scenes. The reader is instantly drawn into the story and will want to continue beyond this prequel to see how the adventure unfolds. There were a few minor ‘mechanical’ distractions in the writing style: some long sentences with secondary clauses embedded unnecessarily, and a few too many sentences beginning with ‘And… or But….’. However, the strength of the storytelling more than compensates for those minor annoyances. Middle grade readers will love this.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Syrena is the daughter of Poseidon. It has been 500 years since the world was destroyed by the Greek gods. There is an old prophecy that Syrena wants to make happen so that the world can go back to how it was before it was destroyed. Her friend Diana, daughter of Apollo, is going to help her. She must leave her two close friends behind, Spencer, son of Hades, and Karter, son of Zeus. This is a short back story leading up to the next book in the series War of the Gods. This is a wonderful world t Syrena is the daughter of Poseidon. It has been 500 years since the world was destroyed by the Greek gods. There is an old prophecy that Syrena wants to make happen so that the world can go back to how it was before it was destroyed. Her friend Diana, daughter of Apollo, is going to help her. She must leave her two close friends behind, Spencer, son of Hades, and Karter, son of Zeus. This is a short back story leading up to the next book in the series War of the Gods. This is a wonderful world that the author has created. The characters are great. The story flows well and ends with you wanting more. I look forward to the next book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and I am voluntarily leaving a review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    This book was received as an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Okay, I definitely didn't expect this to be this short. It's a neat little introduction to the series, though, laying the groundwork for something that could be really good! I'm not sure whether it will be or not yet, I haven't read the rest, but this is something that's now very on my radar. I try not to compare books to other books, but it's got a very Percy Jackson feel and anyone who knows me knows that means good things. This book was received as an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Okay, I definitely didn't expect this to be this short. It's a neat little introduction to the series, though, laying the groundwork for something that could be really good! I'm not sure whether it will be or not yet, I haven't read the rest, but this is something that's now very on my radar. I try not to compare books to other books, but it's got a very Percy Jackson feel and anyone who knows me knows that means good things.

  17. 4 out of 5

    NJ

    “I won’t go down without a fight, no matter how hopeless things may seem. Not when I’ve come this far already.” Brave and Courageous I received a free copy of Daughter of Poseidon after reading the first installment for the War on the Gods series. This review is also voluntary. This prequel shows me what kind of change will affect us in deciding our fate if we can see the clear consequence of it. Syrena is a solid character and I bummed when I saw her fate when I read the first book but even so, I “I won’t go down without a fight, no matter how hopeless things may seem. Not when I’ve come this far already.” Brave and Courageous I received a free copy of Daughter of Poseidon after reading the first installment for the War on the Gods series. This review is also voluntary. This prequel shows me what kind of change will affect us in deciding our fate if we can see the clear consequence of it. Syrena is a solid character and I bummed when I saw her fate when I read the first book but even so, I wish to see her again on the following books to come.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

    This is a great start to a new series. I am excited for the next book. The story of Syrena is an interesting one. Anything with Greek mythos is a favorite for me, this was a great start, and something very exciting and new. While this is only part of a bigger story, the journey was one that left me asking questions of myself. A great journey from start to finish. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brett Martin

    Fun romp similar to Percy Jackson It's always a bit uncertain trying out a new author. Will this book ignite my imagination or waste my time? Will the characters be crisp with vibrant personalities or all cookie cutter versions of each other? Can the write tell a tale worth reading? I can report with pleasure that the answers of those and similar questions in regards to AP Mobley's writing will fall out in a pleasing manner. Give her a read; you will be glad you did. Fun romp similar to Percy Jackson It's always a bit uncertain trying out a new author. Will this book ignite my imagination or waste my time? Will the characters be crisp with vibrant personalities or all cookie cutter versions of each other? Can the write tell a tale worth reading? I can report with pleasure that the answers of those and similar questions in regards to AP Mobley's writing will fall out in a pleasing manner. Give her a read; you will be glad you did.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amber Christiansen

    This was an interesting story to read. I enjoyed it from start to finish. My only complaint is that it was too short and the descriptions of the other books in the series make me pretty sure that they don't cover the main character from this book. I'd like to find out more about what happens to Syrena. It looks like the other books will be based on completely new characters and the descriptions didn't even mention Syrena, so I'm not sure if I will be reading them or not. This was an interesting story to read. I enjoyed it from start to finish. My only complaint is that it was too short and the descriptions of the other books in the series make me pretty sure that they don't cover the main character from this book. I'd like to find out more about what happens to Syrena. It looks like the other books will be based on completely new characters and the descriptions didn't even mention Syrena, so I'm not sure if I will be reading them or not.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Asteroula

    This is a prequel of the series "War on the Gods". I was not familiar with this series but this little novella made me yearn for more of this world. I loved this story opening and off I go to the first book of the series! I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. This is a prequel of the series "War on the Gods". I was not familiar with this series but this little novella made me yearn for more of this world. I loved this story opening and off I go to the first book of the series! I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Great short story!! Once again, A.P. Mobley has transported me into another world with her vivid descriptions and has made me want more War on the Gods! I read The Helm of Darkness before Daughter of Poseidon, but I think you can read it in either order. A.P. Mobley is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors! Thank you to BookSirens for the eARC in exchange for my honest review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rick Norris

    Ms. Mobley takes mythology to a new level by helping the reader experience mythology through the eyes of female demigods. A unique approach to a genre that has been expanded for centuries.

  24. 4 out of 5

    D.C. Spaar

    Very well written and interesting plot with mythical god goddesses and Demi-Gods. Starts with action and doesn’t stop. Definitely a page turner

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    I actually would have rated this higher except it was so short. I wasn't aware of that when accessing it. HOWEVER, I will be looking into the next book to continue with the story. It's very intriguing. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. I actually would have rated this higher except it was so short. I wasn't aware of that when accessing it. HOWEVER, I will be looking into the next book to continue with the story. It's very intriguing. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Marie Reed

    Wonderful short story in the War on the Gods series. How anyone could read this and not want to immediately pick up book 1 is beyond me. I've already read it and am itching to reread it now. Wonderful short story in the War on the Gods series. How anyone could read this and not want to immediately pick up book 1 is beyond me. I've already read it and am itching to reread it now.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alexia

    Having read The Helm of Darkness already, this backstory was exactly what I wanted to read more about. There were some unexpected moments, such as with Karter, that helped me understand the characters better. I didn't need anymore reason to love Syrena, but the choice she makes after seeing both of her potential fates solidified my love for her. The ending shook me, and I'm so glad I had the next book to jog my memory about what happens. Overall, I loved getting to learn more about the world of Having read The Helm of Darkness already, this backstory was exactly what I wanted to read more about. There were some unexpected moments, such as with Karter, that helped me understand the characters better. I didn't need anymore reason to love Syrena, but the choice she makes after seeing both of her potential fates solidified my love for her. The ending shook me, and I'm so glad I had the next book to jog my memory about what happens. Overall, I loved getting to learn more about the world of the War on the Gods because I love this series so much (and everything Mobley writes tbh).

  28. 4 out of 5

    Naley Gonzalez

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gabrielle Ragusi

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

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