Verses of Athine: The Daughter of Ares Chronicles Collection

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Verses of Athine: The Daughter of Ares Chronicles Collection

Verses of Athine The Daughter of Ares Chronicles Collection Take what you know about mythology and throw it out the windowDo you have any idea what Zeus Odin Pandora s Box Atlantis Machu Picchu Hera Nike Dragons Vlad Clones and Vampires have in comm

  • Title: Verses of Athine: The Daughter of Ares Chronicles Collection
  • Author: Shannon McRoberts
  • ISBN: 9781483934112
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Take what you know about mythology and throw it out the windowDo you have any idea what Zeus, Odin, Pandora s Box, Atlantis, Machu Picchu, Hera, Nike, Dragons, Vlad, Clones , and Vampires have in common Athine does The Daughter of Ares Chronicles follows Athine as she uncovers the secrets of her destiny while interacting with key figures from many mythologies Athine iTake what you know about mythology and throw it out the windowDo you have any idea what Zeus, Odin, Pandora s Box, Atlantis, Machu Picchu, Hera, Nike, Dragons, Vlad, Clones , and Vampires have in common Athine does The Daughter of Ares Chronicles follows Athine as she uncovers the secrets of her destiny while interacting with key figures from many mythologies Athine is not your ordinary immortal born goddess Learn of her mysterious origins, learn why Zeus hates her so much, find out where vampires come from, and learn what really happened to the dragons Contains books 1 4 at one incredible price This allows you to catch up on all the action in preparation for the next book Cursed Bloods 2015ish This book is a totally overhauled version of all 4 stories that are available It replaced The Daughter of Ares Trilogy, The Narkurru, The Blood Sisters, and Worlds Collide Athine Verses The Beginning is also included in this edition, but it remains perma free for those that would like to pick it up It also was updated with new material and editing Clones for a full understanding of this also pick up The Secret of Genetic Corp X.

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    1. Simon Okill on said:

      Verses of Athine: The Daughter of Ares Chronicles Collection by Shannon McRoberts is a highly imaginative retelling of Greek and Norse Mythology. All four verses describe the petty squabbles immortals tend to suffer which invariably lead to devastating wars for us poor mortals. Every God and Goddess is lovingly reinvented from Zeus, his son Ares and to Athine the ultimate warrior who has the entire world on her shoulders. As Athine passes through eons so she must battle vengeful immortals, drago [...]

    2. ~ Rose ~ ☯Desert Rose❀ on said:

      Being a collection of all four parts in The Daughter of Ares series, this is not a short read. Luckily, it's interesting and full of great characters, making this a wonderful fantasy book. Mixing Norse and Greek Mythology is certain to make for an epic plot. With rich histories and backgrounds plunging into both areas of myth, Shannon McRoberts does a fantastic job of creating a new story out of old legends. Full of mystery, secrets, suspense, and quick adventure, this story keeps you second gue [...]

    3. Aidan Stone on said:

      The Verse of Athine by Shannon McRobertsFresh and exciting Let me start by saying this book is well worth the time it takes to read it. Now, having said that, know that I don’t know JACK about mythology. Any mythology I have (perhaps had) the slightest knowledge of comes from Hollywood or television.Whether the events in this book are closely aligned with accepted mythology, or not, they tell a marvelous tale. McRoberts brought the feminine side of the ancient tales in to the light, and told t [...]

    4. P.J. LaRue on said:

      Note: I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review.I’d previously read Athine Versus: The Beginning and Athine Versus: The Blood Sisters, but I’d inadvertently skipped Athine Versus: The Narkurru. So when Ms. McRoberts placed her mythology books on sale as a trilogy, I knew I had to read them all, this time in order. I still love Ms. McRoberts’ artistry with extending Olympic mythology beyond the stories we learned in school. She created worlds for the gods and goddes [...]

    5. Michelle's Paranormal Vault of Books on said:

      I enjoyed this fantasy book a lot, although I had a hard time getting into it in the beginning, a little too many characters were explained and felt more like history lessons, but I forced through it (not being able to keep track of so many strange names) and it picked up really well from there.This book has lots of the greek mythology type stuff in it that I found very interesting.The story is mainly about Athine, who we do not even see until after 20% as its telling of her parents to see how w [...]

    6. Maghon Thomas on said:

      What an interesting take on mytholgy. And holy goodness is it complicated. HA! Everything you thought you knew, just throw it out the window for a little while. Things are wacky cool. I actually learned a few things about some of the myths, and maybe it’s not your normal telling, but I sure enjoyed it. Athine is a deterimined rule breaker. She is supposed to be a warrior, except she doesn’t want that. She also doesn’t want power, or to rule, yet she seems to be destined to do just that. He [...]

    7. McKaylin Felton on said:

      At first I considered this something that I wouldn’t typically read, however as someone that has studies the humanities, I began reading it and was very hooked after finding that McRoberts used mythological stories from the Greeks and Vikings.I greatly enjoyed reading the many stories within this chronicles. I would have to say that my favorite character out of all of the many great ones within this work was Isri. She was so valiant, selfless and yet, finds herself with a happy ending. I found [...]

    8. Lis Ann - The Indigo Quill on said:

      See the original review at The Indigo Quill here: theindigoquill/20If you have the occasional inkling for an entirely new world conjured utterly from a person's imagination, then Verses of Athine is for you. When I first read the description, I'll be honest, I was a little wary that it would be significantly overwhelming. At first it was with the lineage of the characters listed in the same format you find throughout the Bible. That was probably the worst part about this book. I still thought it [...]

    9. Anne on said:

      I will be later to give my thoughtslet's just say for now; WOW! If you thought you knew where vampires came from, you may want to read this book! It flowed gracefully from one verse to another, it was very easy to keep up with the characters as well as the underlying story. I would love to see a book about the two women who end up at Olympus due to circumstances!I would highly recommend this book to anyone that enjoys mythology as well as love stories, action, adventure, intrigue, murder, you na [...]

    10. Nathaniel on said:

      I read the original trilogy from Shannon McRoberts and loved it. Now with the revisions and the addition of another story to the series, I am looking forward to a follow up. While using familiar mythological names and concepts, the author is able to make the stories her own with a unique style. Written with focus on character relation, action, and little filler, the story collection is a quick and enjoyable read. If you love fantasy but want a story without hundreds of pages of descriptive fille [...]

    11. Joe on said:

      Writing could be better but I liked the plot. Sometimes the writing jumps between first and third person while talking about the same person making it difficult. The same person also jumped between arrogance and hubris to humility and compassion through the stories. I think this is one of those series that could go through a good re-write to add some character development as well as straighten out the characters personality. I'm reluctant to say more as I'm never good at stating exactly what mak [...]

    12. Tina Power Traverse on said:

      Let the fantasy adventure begin! I may not understand a lot about Greek Mythology, but that has not stopped me from being fascinated with it.The title character, Athine, is a young warrior goddess with magical powers, and her very existence is a product of trickery, but in the end her existence proves to be a blessing. Shannon McRoberts had me spellbound long after I put it down. Even if you are not a fan of this particular genre, I encourage you to pick up a copy and settle in for the adven [...]

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