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READER × DOC Antigoddess Goddess War #1 ↠ 9780765334435 FREE ´ KENDARE BLAKE ↠ Old Gods never dieOr so Athena thought But then the feathers started sprouting beneath her skin invading her lungs like a strange cancer and Hermes showed up with a fever eating away his flesh So muchArch leads them to Cassandra an ordinary girl who was once an extraordinary prophetess protected and loved by a god These days Cassandra doesn’t involve herself in the business of gods in fact she doesn’t even know they exist But she could be the key in a war that is only just beginning Because Hera the ueen of the gods has aligned herself with other of the ancient Olympians who are killing off rival Recipe for an awesome Greek Mythology YA Antigoddess styleYou will need 3 sticks of Greek Authenticity butter a dash of humor 1 Witty Messenger egg yolk Half a cup of Ruthless GodGoddesses flour also from Greek Authenticity brand 4 tablespoons of creativity Some Romance cream well whipped 12 teaspoon of Interesting Characters yeast a pinch of plot holes Preferred brand Derp Its motto is I can't believe she bought he was a god so easily and why didn't she google his mythologyInstructions1 Grease pan with sticks of Greek Authenticity butter until no part of the pan shows and sprinkle 4 tablespoons of creativity to create a texture effect 2 Beat Witty Messenger egg yolk until ovaries explode then mix with a dash of humor3 Leave mixture to cool for 4 5 hours During that time pour Romance cream into half a cup of Ruthless GodGoddesses flour and stir well with a wooden spoon Repeat until cream is well absorbed4 Add pinch of plot holes and 12 teaspoon of Interesting Characters yeast to the mixture and fold dough repeatedly until plot holes are barely visible Then add the egg humor blend and continue kneading 5 Spread Antigoddess mixture onto previously greased pan and bake in oven at 400° for 2 hours6 Can be served hot or cold Recommended with a side of wine to nurse the pain

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Old Gods never dieOr so Athena thought But then the feathers started sprouting beneath her skin invading her lungs like a strange cancer and Hermes showed up with a fever eating away his flesh So much for living a uiet eternity in perpetual healthDesperately seeking the cause of their slow miserable deaths Athena and Hermes travel the world gathering allies and discovering enemies both new and old Their se Antigoddess is all sort of freaky loveliness For fans of greek mythology this novel brings in a creative and original depiction of the well loved myth where the gods are caught in a new story and facing the war of all wars their lost immortalityFirst thing's first you might want to brush up in your knowledge of the trojan war if you're not very well versed on that event in greek mythology or at least have Wiki at the ready As much as I enjoy this myth I have only dived into it in the past few years so I had to read up on the specifics of this war a bit You don't need to become an encyclopedia on the matter but knowing who is involved the basics of what happened and the reason behind the war to begin with would help a great deal if you want to get everything you can from this novel Regardless of what you know Kendare does not make it complicated and even if you knew nothing you'd still be able to enjoy and follow the story as she does guide you with the reuired facts and details along the way Knowing it beforehand however does give this story higher significance when you're aware of what occurred during the war between these gods Even though Antigoddess is in it's entirety about greek gods a mythology that has been delved into by many authors in the past its plots is undoubtedly uniue and Kendare's portrayal of the gods is creative; from their way of life to their rampant personalities She also didn't forgo her touch of humour Don't uestion me I'm a god Dammit OdysseusWe're introduced to the story with a prologue that tells us something is extremely wrong with the Greek gods by way of Athena and Hermes bizarre afflictions This prologue is intriguing and a little unsettling which sets the tone for the book perfectly Then we're thrown into the lives of Cassandra and Aidan students in high school completely oblivious of any kind of a war brewing Cassandra is not even aware that she is anything but a regular teenage girl well a regular teenage girl who is psychic at least I liked Cassandra at the start ok but I liked her a lot after she learns who she really is and becomes truly herself; layering and strengthening her character I didn't dislike her before I just didn't find her particularly interesting aside from her visions These visions or curse as she calls it she's not really sure what to make of them at first but soon she starts seeing very disturbing gory hallucinations that would make anyone fall to their knees This is where Kendare's magic for horror comes out as of the old woman's face detached and hit the pavement All of her skin liuified; her hair slid down her head to reveal the skull beneath obsidian black and covered in slime and scales Hells yeah We're also taken into Athena and Herme's perspective which is where we learn of the war that is brewing and just how horrific things are becoming This was my favorite perspective of the two Aside from getting deeper into the plot and their deteriorating situation it's also action packed with several visits from murderous gods and even a bomb or two This dual perspective while enjoyable at first turns up the intensity an anticipation to sky high proportions when the real shit starts hitting the fan Both sides are weaved together skillfully might I add into a thrilling battle seuence that is fan freaking tastic Imagine a bunch of strung up pissed up dying gods who are all wanting to off each other Kendare does not let us down when it comes to the big finale It doesn't end here however as this is only the first in the series Even though the story is obviously not over and the ending leaves us into an emotional upheaval both from the events that occurred and those awaiting I found the book ended in a very appropriate and satisfying place It leaves us with delicious intrigue that will for sure keep us excited for book two until the day it appears on the shelves An advance copy was provided by the publisher for reviewFor of my reviews visit my blo

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Antigoddess Goddess War #1S in an attempt to prolong their own lives But these anti gods have become corrupted in their desperation to survive horrific caricatures of their former glory Athena will need every advantage she can get because immortals don’t just flicker out Every one of them dies in their own way Some choke on feathers Others become monsters All of them rage against their last breathThe Goddess War is about to begi EDIT 120712 Oh goodness Just look at that cover Isn't it so intriguing? I wonder what the blood dripping feather stands for Does the feather means what happened to Athena? I mean she woke up sprouting feathers right? And then the drop of blood from the feather rippling in the water may mean something to Hermes Something in his flesh eating fever? And also what is that? It looked like something that is a forest located at the back of the ANTIGODDESS title and a green sphere shaped thing under the rippling water Hmm Anyway Ms Kendare Blake answered my comment about the cover in the Antigoddess Cover Round Up I said Oh goodness The cover looks very beautiful and uniue I wonder what the feather and a drop of blood rippling on the water mean Hmm Anyway good job Ms Kendare for the awesome book cover I can't really wait for Antigoddess to be released She answered Thanks Char The blood dripping feather plays a big part I'm glad you like the cover I wasn't sure at all what it would look likewe had one idea that was scrapped and then the art department took over But I wanted something bold and dark and I think this is both Now I just hope you enjoy what's under it Well the blood dripping feather has a big part and I can't wait to know what it is I'm so excited My Review full of Theories Since the book summary of Antigoddess changed I'll also change my review Old Book Summary Kendare Blake's ANTIGODDESS series where the ancient perpetually teenaged Greek gods Athena and Hermes cling to life in the contemporary world seeking the causes of their mysterious slow deaths and gathering their allies in reincarnated form Cassandra an ordinary girl who was once an extraordinary prophetess; Odysseus the handsome trickster; and other fickle characters with their own secret motives; they must all band together against Hera and Poseidon who have become horrific caricatures of their former glory in their desperation to survive My Review As we all know Antigoddess will be another Greek mythology related YA book series like The Lightning Thief from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and Starcrossed And this is the reason why I am so so so excited coughs Ahem Before I get into a completely crazy addicted in Greek mythology fan girl I'll explain why I'm so excited Old Gods never die Or so Athena thought But then the feathers started sprouting beneath her skin invading her lungs like a strange cancer and Hermes showed up with a fever eating away his flesh So much for living a uiet eternity in perpetual health In Greek myths it state that gods especially the Twelve Olympians would never die and will live for all eternity in perfection But not anyAthena woke up the next morning I guess with feathers on her skin and Hermes showed up with a flesh eating fever There's this weird disease that causes the Olympians to slowly die It is still unknown how it happened and what will happen next Fan girl mode sees the description about a specific Greek god gasps in horror Oh goodness THIS CAN'T BE HAPPENING WHO DARED TO PUT A FLESH EATING FEVER ON MY BELOVED HERMES? And even cause a slow death I WILL NOT LET THIS HAPPEN No one as in NO ONE should even make him suffer Whoever did this will pay is mad Ahem Sorry about that Fan girl mode sucks She take note of the third person just can't take to imagine what her beloved Hermes will look like with a flesh eating fever Ignore that part Next Desperately seeking the cause of their slow miserable deaths Athena and Hermes travel the world gathering allies and discovering enemies both new and old Their search leads them to Cassandra—an ordinary girl who was once an extraordinary prophetess protected and loved by a god Because of the unexpected morning of their lives the two main characters and both deities of wisdom maybe that's one of the reasons why Ms Kendare decided to make them the protagonists Athena and Hermes must travel to the modern world where they're not wor