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Narrator Phoebe Castor 17, descendant of goddess Nike, cannot control her powers, and fears boyfriend Griffin returns to ex-girlfriend Adara. Stepfather Damian, principal of the Academy for divine descendants must enroll Pheobe in summer Boot Camp for ten-year-old girls. Can Adara and camp counsellor stepsister Stella train her in time to pass test?


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Narrator Phoebe Castor 17, descendant of goddess Nike, cannot control her powers, and fears boyfriend Griffin returns to ex-girlfriend Adara. Stepfather Damian, principal of the Academy for divine descendants must enroll Pheobe in summer Boot Camp for ten-year-old girls. Can Adara and camp counsellor stepsister Stella train her in time to pass test?

30 review for Goddess Boot Camp

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ardent Reader

    3.5 stars Better than the first book. Easy read though I took many days to finish it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Emily Anne

    Goddess bootcamp definitely wasn't as good as the first book in this series, Oh. My. Gods. However, I did enjoy learning more about Phoebe, Stella, Griffin, and even Adara. My favorite part in this book was definitely the scenes with Phoebe and Stella. We see how both of them actually care for one another. And we find out how Stella has her own crush she's pining for! Daemon and Phoebe's mom were there, always supportive of Phoebe's uncontrollable powers. I found the whole theme, controlling your Goddess bootcamp definitely wasn't as good as the first book in this series, Oh. My. Gods. However, I did enjoy learning more about Phoebe, Stella, Griffin, and even Adara. My favorite part in this book was definitely the scenes with Phoebe and Stella. We see how both of them actually care for one another. And we find out how Stella has her own crush she's pining for! Daemon and Phoebe's mom were there, always supportive of Phoebe's uncontrollable powers. I found the whole theme, controlling your powers, quite unoriginal. I mean, how many authors use that plot line? Like 500 million! (Okay, maybe I am exaggerating, just a little) anyway, I found the whole newfound power thing quite boring. The author hardly even put her own twist on it! Griffin is as amazing as ever. But, of course, I liked the romantic tension in the first book better... All in all, I enjoyed learning more about some wonderful characters, but I won't be reading this again! 2.5 stars- I liked it, in the way a person likes a remote control, we always worship the tv more!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

    This was no way near the level of enjoyment in this book at the first one, like I'm still interested in the story. This was no way near the level of enjoyment in this book at the first one, like I'm still interested in the story.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ruby Rose

    I would say 3 star for this one as well, it almost seemed as if the author was trying to add onto the first book when the first book ended perfectly fine. It dragged like crazy in the beginning which my sister never would have gotten to (if it doesn't pick up in the first 7-11 pages she is out), I had to force myself through the beginning. The only few good thing is this book is A.) can be read first, it just spoils the entire storyline of that book. And B.) It gives you a laugh around every cor I would say 3 star for this one as well, it almost seemed as if the author was trying to add onto the first book when the first book ended perfectly fine. It dragged like crazy in the beginning which my sister never would have gotten to (if it doesn't pick up in the first 7-11 pages she is out), I had to force myself through the beginning. The only few good thing is this book is A.) can be read first, it just spoils the entire storyline of that book. And B.) It gives you a laugh around every corner, and once you get past the dragging you can put it down. LANGUAGE WARNING: There is language but it is rare. But it is still there. PARENT NOTE: This book has some pushy topics for a younger middle schooler. I would make them wait till 7th or 8th grade. AGE RECOMMENDATION: Like I said above 7th or 8th grade and above. Really anyone older will have a laugh with this story.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Reading Vacation

    REVIEW Phoebe may be a descendant of Nike, but she has a lot to learn when it comes to mastering her powers. It’s not exactly a good thing to turn your living room into a beach and your parents’ bedroom into a winter wonderland. All the silly situations that Phoebe got herself into were hilarious. Speaking of powers, I loved learning more about all the powers that the classmates had. Autoportation lets you to “move oneself to a different location through nonphysical means.” Imagine the possibiliti REVIEW Phoebe may be a descendant of Nike, but she has a lot to learn when it comes to mastering her powers. It’s not exactly a good thing to turn your living room into a beach and your parents’ bedroom into a winter wonderland. All the silly situations that Phoebe got herself into were hilarious. Speaking of powers, I loved learning more about all the powers that the classmates had. Autoportation lets you to “move oneself to a different location through nonphysical means.” Imagine the possibilities! In this book, I felt like I was on the inside looking out rather than the other way around – just like Phoebe, as she began to feel as though she belonged. She gained confidence with her powers and even entered the Pythian Games. If only she were more confident when it came to Griffin. Girl needs to learn to trust her man! On the mysterious side, Phoebe finds herself on a wild goose chase to find her father’s trial documents. You’ll be surprised by the final outcome – I know I was. This girlie Greek goddess book will have you giggling and wishing you had some powers of your own. RATING 5 Plot 4 Characters 5 Attention Grabbing 5 Girlie Meter 5 Ending 24 TOTAL 5 STARS

  6. 4 out of 5

    Colleen Houck

    Was surprised about the test. Once again I felt the great need to exercise while reading this book, something that's very difficult for any author to accomplish. Any book that makes me want to get in shape and learn Greek so I can meet handsome Greek demi-gods is pretty special. Was surprised about the test. Once again I felt the great need to exercise while reading this book, something that's very difficult for any author to accomplish. Any book that makes me want to get in shape and learn Greek so I can meet handsome Greek demi-gods is pretty special.

  7. 4 out of 5

    thebookblogger

    Phoebe, who recently discovered she's a descendant of Nike (the goddess, not the shoe), is finding that supernatural powers come with a crazy learning curve. Her stepfather, headmaster of the Academy for descendants of the Greek gods, has enrolled her at Dynamotheos Development Camp—aka Goddess Boot Camp—with a bunch of ten-year-olds for the summer. Embarrassing as that is, hopefully it'll help her gain control over her powers in time to pass the test of the gods, continue training hard enough t Phoebe, who recently discovered she's a descendant of Nike (the goddess, not the shoe), is finding that supernatural powers come with a crazy learning curve. Her stepfather, headmaster of the Academy for descendants of the Greek gods, has enrolled her at Dynamotheos Development Camp—aka Goddess Boot Camp—with a bunch of ten-year-olds for the summer. Embarrassing as that is, hopefully it'll help her gain control over her powers in time to pass the test of the gods, continue training hard enough to qualify for the Pythian Games, and enjoy her godly boyfriend, Griffin, all while avoiding the ultimate mistake of accidentally misusing powers Going into GODDESS BOOT CAMP, I felt pretty optimistic, because I had enjoyed the first in the series. In this novel, Pheobe, the main character, has already found out that she is a descendant of the Goddess Nike. And unlike the other students at her school, she hasn't been training or learning how to control her powers her whole life, so things are pretty complicated for her. The original characters from the first novel are reintroduced in the second, Pheobe, Nicole, Troy, Griffin... This second time around, I truly felt like I knew the characters, which is good. And I still love Griffin, terribly. One of the conflicts involving Griffin in this novel made me question him a little bit, but in the end, my feelings never changed towards him. I did, however, come to like Stella, Pheobe's stepsister, and Adara, Griffin's ex-girlfriend. The only minor disappointment I had was that it got a little boring at some points and I felt like skipping parts, but I didn't, and stuck it out. In the end, I'm glad I didn't skip sections, because they were important later in the story and it would've been confusing if I were to do so. All in all, GODDESS BOOT CAMP was satisfying. I do have to say, though, that I think I liked the prequel better. Ratings: Writing: 2/5 Plot: 2/5 Characters: 3/5 Cover: 2/5 Overall: 3/5 http://theyabookblogger.blogspot.com/...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    After Phoebe finds out that she is a descendant of Nike (the goddess not the shoe) she has to learn to control her crazy powers. Right before her Mom and her new step dad leave for their honeymoon she finds out she is going to have a test on her powers. While in the midst of controlling her out of control powers she has to train for Pyathian Games. So she is stuck in a house with her dreadful step sister who might just be the trick to getting her powers under control. While she has all her frien After Phoebe finds out that she is a descendant of Nike (the goddess not the shoe) she has to learn to control her crazy powers. Right before her Mom and her new step dad leave for their honeymoon she finds out she is going to have a test on her powers. While in the midst of controlling her out of control powers she has to train for Pyathian Games. So she is stuck in a house with her dreadful step sister who might just be the trick to getting her powers under control. While she has all her friends on her side she will soon come to realize her enemies don't even want to see her fail. You know you really know you need help when you turn your sister into a birthday cake and auto port to the finish line of a running course. You will definitely have a good laugh at her mistakes. I recommend this book to anyone who just wants to sit down have a laugh. Don't worry it will have you on the tip of your chair the whole time.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Books

    Sweet, cute, light and easy. Those are the words I’d use to describe this adorable quick, clean read. Perfect for girls ages 11 to 14!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Janelle

    Phoebe Castor thought that she was a normal 17 year old who just loved running, but when her mother marries Daimen, her life gets turned around. She had just discovered that she is a descendant of Nike, in fact Nike was her great-grandmother on her father's side of the family. With her new found powers and the upcoming race, stakes are higher than ever to learn how to control her powers and train at the same time. As if tension is not high enough, the Gods are making Phoebe take a test to make s Phoebe Castor thought that she was a normal 17 year old who just loved running, but when her mother marries Daimen, her life gets turned around. She had just discovered that she is a descendant of Nike, in fact Nike was her great-grandmother on her father's side of the family. With her new found powers and the upcoming race, stakes are higher than ever to learn how to control her powers and train at the same time. As if tension is not high enough, the Gods are making Phoebe take a test to make sure that she has complete control over her powers. Will she be able to learn to control her powers on time and train for upcoming race? The characters in this book were very well developed in the way of you could relate to how they had some social problems inside and outside their relationships that they had to deal with. Also you relate to how Phoebe had to live up to everyone else's expectations and do what they thought was best for her and not what she wanted to do. I would recommend this book to those of who are into the mythology of gods and goddesses.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anna Weaver

    I really enjoyed reading this book about a goddess book camp. The main character, phoebe, a teenage who recently discovers she's a descendant of Nike. When she finds her crazy power, she also finds out she has some major responsibilities. I can relate to her because she's just a teenager going through a rough patch in her life that will end in great success. The book was light and enjoyable while also throwing in action packed mystery. "Feel the victory inside you" (Childs 230) was an important I really enjoyed reading this book about a goddess book camp. The main character, phoebe, a teenage who recently discovers she's a descendant of Nike. When she finds her crazy power, she also finds out she has some major responsibilities. I can relate to her because she's just a teenager going through a rough patch in her life that will end in great success. The book was light and enjoyable while also throwing in action packed mystery. "Feel the victory inside you" (Childs 230) was an important quote I chose form the book. The quotes relates to the essential question, "how do we form and shape identities?" When she first arrives to the goddess boot camp, she's not liked by many people. He counselor is a girl her age who tries to steal her boyfriend. Some of the girls at boot camp make sure she leaves with no friends. It doesn't stop phoebe that girls don't like her. She learns to control her power and solves the mystery at the camp. Being the oldest girl at boot camp is tough in the beginning but she ends of being a hero. She definitely feels the victory inside her. I would definitely recommend this book to teenage girls. It's a book about a storing female figure who fights to become great. Girls in middle and high school would definitely,enjoy this book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Aliza

    Now that Phoebe knows that the goddess Nike is her great-grandmother, she has to figure out how to cope and control her super powers as being so close in ancestry to a goddess makes her stronger than most of the classmates that mocked her in the last series for being merely human. The joke's on them as hijinks ensue whenever Phoebe loses control of her powers (often) but then Phoebe is forced to attend Goddess Boot Camp with kids nearly half her age and counselors who are fellow classmates. Why Now that Phoebe knows that the goddess Nike is her great-grandmother, she has to figure out how to cope and control her super powers as being so close in ancestry to a goddess makes her stronger than most of the classmates that mocked her in the last series for being merely human. The joke's on them as hijinks ensue whenever Phoebe loses control of her powers (often) but then Phoebe is forced to attend Goddess Boot Camp with kids nearly half her age and counselors who are fellow classmates. Why is she enduring this humiliation? Because at the end of the summer, the gods have decided to test her control of her powers and failing that test could mean dire consequences. But first, Phoebe must deal with juggling camp, running and training for the demigod version of the Olympics, figuring out if Griffin is cheating on her with his ex and coming to terms with her father's death. Oh and her weird stepfather and slightly less evil stepsister. This sequel is not as good or tight as the first book it follows but it is still quite entertaining as Phoebe truly grows up.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    So I decided to read this book because I read the first one, and I couldn't read the first one and not read the second one. I found that this book was more for a pre-teen because I found this kind of childish, but I did like it because of the mystical, magical, power, part of it. It's basically just the second part to the first book, "Oh.My.Gods" and it's about how Phoebe learns how to control her powers since she's the descendant of Nike, and I like it because it shows her thinking process from So I decided to read this book because I read the first one, and I couldn't read the first one and not read the second one. I found that this book was more for a pre-teen because I found this kind of childish, but I did like it because of the mystical, magical, power, part of it. It's basically just the second part to the first book, "Oh.My.Gods" and it's about how Phoebe learns how to control her powers since she's the descendant of Nike, and I like it because it shows her thinking process from the beginning to end. Her relationship heightens with her step-dad, Damien, step-sister, Stella, boyfriend, Griffin and friends heighten, and she has to learn how to control herself with her powers. I like it because it makes me feel smaller again, but I mainly liked it because of the godly part of it. I didn't also like it because I also felt like this book was too childish for me. I just felt like I connected with this book, but not certain parts, and it was sort of hard for me to visualize things, but overall aside from that, I liked it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    DO NOT READ THIS UNLESS YOU HAVE READ OH. MY. GODS.!!!!! Phoebe made the team and got the man of her dreams, but things are far from perfect. Since Nike's her great-grandmother, her powers are very strong and a little (okay, a lot) out of control. The gods aren't happy about this and decide to test her. The problem is that she doesn't know when or where this test will be. Damien enrolls her in Goddess Boot Camp where she's stuck with Stella, Adara, and a herd of 10-year-olds all day. Along with t DO NOT READ THIS UNLESS YOU HAVE READ OH. MY. GODS.!!!!! Phoebe made the team and got the man of her dreams, but things are far from perfect. Since Nike's her great-grandmother, her powers are very strong and a little (okay, a lot) out of control. The gods aren't happy about this and decide to test her. The problem is that she doesn't know when or where this test will be. Damien enrolls her in Goddess Boot Camp where she's stuck with Stella, Adara, and a herd of 10-year-olds all day. Along with that, she is training for the Pythian Games. And is it just her imagination or is Griffin spending a lot of time with his ex? With all this stress, what's a goddess to do? This book is just as good as the first. I love the character and relationship development in Phoebe and Stella. The characters seem like real people, with worries and emotions. They all have secrets, but they're believable, not over-the-top like in other teen fiction. This book tied up several ends, but left some undone still so the series can continue. I can't wait!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sunaina

    This book was not for me... I read it only because I'd read the first one and even that wasn't something I usually like. Sure, people who like easy reads with a bit of magic will find it a good read but it didn't do it for me. It is not to say that the book was "OK" that I rated it two. The author is good and it has magic and 'Greek' content!!! Yet it was a bit of a tween book. There was a lot of hype on the final test ,that in the end was a tad bit disappointing. And as far as I know there isn' This book was not for me... I read it only because I'd read the first one and even that wasn't something I usually like. Sure, people who like easy reads with a bit of magic will find it a good read but it didn't do it for me. It is not to say that the book was "OK" that I rated it two. The author is good and it has magic and 'Greek' content!!! Yet it was a bit of a tween book. There was a lot of hype on the final test ,that in the end was a tad bit disappointing. And as far as I know there isn't a third book that would clear up all the remaining unanswered questions, like What was Xander's test? What were the consequences? What did her father's file contain? and I'm sure I could find a lot more of them... And to compare it to Percy Jackson would be like," Really?" So no it isn't anywhere near Percy Jackson material. Although i have to say the conversations between characters were quite funny and entertaining. Phoebe was a strong character whose passion for running mustn't go unnoticed. But like I said it'd be a fast read for young people.

  16. 5 out of 5

    A Leisure Moment

    Along with trying to discover the mystery of her father’s death, Phoebe also had to learn to trust Griffin. Even though they had been dating for nine months, when he started hanging out with his ex-girlfriend again, she started to doubt him...For fans of mythology and Childs’s books, this is a perfect addition to your collection. For the rest of the review, simply follow the link: http://www.aleisuremoment.com/2015/07... Oh. My. Gods. Along with trying to discover the mystery of her father’s death, Phoebe also had to learn to trust Griffin. Even though they had been dating for nine months, when he started hanging out with his ex-girlfriend again, she started to doubt him...For fans of mythology and Childs’s books, this is a perfect addition to your collection. For the rest of the review, simply follow the link: http://www.aleisuremoment.com/2015/07... Oh. My. Gods.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lola

    Recipe: Goddess Boot Camp First, take three cups of Percy Jackson and the Olympians and water it down with tons of sugary nonsense. Add in a dash of The Clique mentality and fashion awareness for some weird reason. Mix altogether and over-bake to get another story about the children of Greek god that never got past two novels because literally why does this exist. If you're looking for frosting, check out the novellas. Recipe: Goddess Boot Camp First, take three cups of Percy Jackson and the Olympians and water it down with tons of sugary nonsense. Add in a dash of The Clique mentality and fashion awareness for some weird reason. Mix altogether and over-bake to get another story about the children of Greek god that never got past two novels because literally why does this exist. If you're looking for frosting, check out the novellas.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    A great sequel to Oh. My. Gods.! The author infuses such great humor into this series that I laughed out loud again and again. The novel also provides great storylines about family, relationships, and being true to yourself and following your dreams. Sad to see Phoebe's story end but I thoroughly enjoyed the ride! Can't wait to read Tera Lynn Childs' Forgive My Fins now! A great sequel to Oh. My. Gods.! The author infuses such great humor into this series that I laughed out loud again and again. The novel also provides great storylines about family, relationships, and being true to yourself and following your dreams. Sad to see Phoebe's story end but I thoroughly enjoyed the ride! Can't wait to read Tera Lynn Childs' Forgive My Fins now!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Wish there were more of these cute books. I am kinda sad there isn't a third book in this series. This series is cute. Really cute. Granted if you are looking for the Odyssey this isn't it, but if you are looking for a light & fluffy read this is the books for you. Wish there were more of these cute books. I am kinda sad there isn't a third book in this series. This series is cute. Really cute. Granted if you are looking for the Odyssey this isn't it, but if you are looking for a light & fluffy read this is the books for you.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    Great book love it read it

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alex Shrugged

    If you liked book 1 then this is a continuation of the same... perhaps a slightly less compelling plot, but still reasonably good. If you have read the novella "Goddess in Time" then you will notice elements of that subplot encapsulated in this book. I actually found it easier to follow this book because I had read the novella. The story: Phoebe Castor has discovered that she is a goddess... sort of. She is a couple of generations down the line, but she still has some goddess powers available to If you liked book 1 then this is a continuation of the same... perhaps a slightly less compelling plot, but still reasonably good. If you have read the novella "Goddess in Time" then you will notice elements of that subplot encapsulated in this book. I actually found it easier to follow this book because I had read the novella. The story: Phoebe Castor has discovered that she is a goddess... sort of. She is a couple of generations down the line, but she still has some goddess powers available to her. The problem is that she doesn't know how to control them, often letting her mind stray into fantasy that produces hilarious and sometimes gross results. Thus her parents are sending her to Goddess Boot camp where youngsters are trained in the use and regulation of their powers. And as you might guess already, Phoebe is old enough to be a camp counselor... not a camper. And her stepfather drops the bomb on her. There is a test involved and if she can't regulate her powers, the gods will do something about that... shudder. Any problems with this book? At times Phoebe seems like an air-head. At other times, she seems a sensible, and honorable person. I suppose most people are like that at that age. Secondly, there are certain plot elements that seem like "throw-way" items with no real purpose until you read "Goddess in Time". For example, the story mentions that two library books are missing from a private collection and if the thief will return the books before the director gets back, all will be forgiven. While it doesn't further this story, it is a major element in the "Goddess in Time" novella. Any modesty issues? Not really. I don't recall any vulgar language. Of course, this book is a parody on mythology, so the characters will sometimes say, "Oh my Gods!" referring to a multi-god/goddess mythology/religion. It is not taken seriously, but if Harry Potter novels send you screaming into the night, then skip this book too. I doubt I will read this book again unless I am in desperate need of a sugar rush. :-)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jyasia Terry

    This book made me remember why I stopped reading these lame and predictable YA novels. I honestly don't remember why I liked the first book so much, then again I was still in high school and was into that cheesy shit. Goddess Boot Camp had obnoxious characters, a boring storyline, with predictable and juvenile writing. Now, Adara annoyed me. Typical scorned ex who can't let go. Ok. I understood Phoebe's lack of trust towards Griffin when he kept lying to her and she kept catching him. But she wa This book made me remember why I stopped reading these lame and predictable YA novels. I honestly don't remember why I liked the first book so much, then again I was still in high school and was into that cheesy shit. Goddess Boot Camp had obnoxious characters, a boring storyline, with predictable and juvenile writing. Now, Adara annoyed me. Typical scorned ex who can't let go. Ok. I understood Phoebe's lack of trust towards Griffin when he kept lying to her and she kept catching him. But she was so dramatic and went about it all wrong every time. And their breakup was dumb. Also, Damien's approach to revealing what happened to Phoebe's father was unnecessary. So with all that said, if I were still a teenager in high school and read this book I'd have probably loved it. However, its been years since I read Oh My Gods and my reading choices have drastically progressed since then so picking up where that book left off was a waste of time. But I desperately needed somethin to read and my library was selling it for a dollar. And that's exactly how much this story was worth. A dollar. And two stars.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elia

    This was so frustrating, because (and I am saying it this way so as to avoid specific spoilers) because the main character spends the entire book desperately wanting to do a thing which she then decides NOT TO DO even though she is completely capable of DOING THE THING and everyone spent the entire book trying to help her DO THE THING. Also, it seems pretty clear the author was planning on a 3rd book, because they left some pretty loose ends flailing about, but if there is a 3rd, I will not be r This was so frustrating, because (and I am saying it this way so as to avoid specific spoilers) because the main character spends the entire book desperately wanting to do a thing which she then decides NOT TO DO even though she is completely capable of DOING THE THING and everyone spent the entire book trying to help her DO THE THING. Also, it seems pretty clear the author was planning on a 3rd book, because they left some pretty loose ends flailing about, but if there is a 3rd, I will not be reading it. Sending it away to the BookCrossing gods.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Wallace

    "Goddess Boot camp?' she gasps. 'Seriously?" (14) I liked this book and it kept me interested, however I felt like there was too much happening within the plot. It was sometimes overwhelming to keep up with, causing a lack of understanding. I felt like there was too much happening to leave for a good ending, leaving too many loose ends. This book was a quick read, as I read it in about 2 days. I would recommend it to anyone into Greek Mythology! "Goddess Boot camp?' she gasps. 'Seriously?" (14) I liked this book and it kept me interested, however I felt like there was too much happening within the plot. It was sometimes overwhelming to keep up with, causing a lack of understanding. I felt like there was too much happening to leave for a good ending, leaving too many loose ends. This book was a quick read, as I read it in about 2 days. I would recommend it to anyone into Greek Mythology!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Laurel

    Bad. Bad. It is no good. Do not bother. Flat characters. Uninteresting story. I did not feel any draw to finish the book. I did, but it was just for closure. Also, I hate books that are constantly speaking down to the main character and because the protagonist is an idiot, they are right. So I can't even like the main character. Bad. Bad. It is no good. Do not bother. Flat characters. Uninteresting story. I did not feel any draw to finish the book. I did, but it was just for closure. Also, I hate books that are constantly speaking down to the main character and because the protagonist is an idiot, they are right. So I can't even like the main character.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Showalter - MAMA Bookasaurus

    Great for younger readers, older ones will want more depth... I’m going to write a full Review soon but overall it was very good, classic Tera writing. I just wanted more meat and depth. It felt suspended on the surface, or a simple cake. I wanted to dive deeper, to taste more complex flavors and textures.

  27. 4 out of 5

    maegan

    Oh. My. Gods was already a painful read, so why did I pick this up? It was bland and predictable, and this one is even worse. Phoebe and Griffin argue about such a stupid, irrelevant, little thing that it had me rolling my eyes, and this little, stupid argument is the basis for the whole story and the crutch the author uses to keep us intrigued, so imagine that.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Reagan Lynch

    Not as great as the first book, however I liked seeing the story line continue. the first two chapters irritated me though Because it’s was just a whole bunch of recap. I could’ve read this book first and still known everything from Oh. My. Gods. 3.5 stars

  29. 4 out of 5

    Art

    i like this book than previous one. it really fun beside, i learnt bout the Greek god/goddess too.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Taryn

    Was a very good book. They series was great together. Very good writing from the author.

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