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He wanted She is stronger than Court of PDFEPUB or her mother’s fears stronger than the maiden Olympus thinks her to be She was chosen by Gaia herself and. SoJust finished this bookI have so many things to say about it I'm just gonna try and write them all as best as I can while I ache deeply about that last page in the epilogue of the bookCourt of Asphodels is a little jemLet's begin with saying that I could sometimes sense that there were some descriptions or just some phrases which would have sounded better in Italian There were some typos there were a few errors but it seemed to me that they had been caused by the fact that Elisa wrote and published this book in two months which is incredible This was Elisa's first attempt at publishing a book if I'm correct And she wrote it in a foreign language It's impressive Apart from some minor flaws and you can find those in books printed in large amounts too anyway her book is great The plot is harmonic the narration is never boring the characters are so intriguing it's a pleasure to read I never put down the book while I was reading it Elisa basically had three jobs to perform on her book at the same time and she did it in two months In a language which wasn't her first languageI'm VERY impressedCourt of Asphodels is a book that just gets you I wanted to read it because I know Elisa and also because I saw how passionate she was about writing it and also because I study and I love it of course Greek history and poetry so of course I would read something about it It didn't disappoint me Court of Asphodels gave me a sense of satisfaction You know sometimes you read a review or something about a work of fiction and you think great That is exactly my kind of thing and most of the times you read or watch or whatever that work and you think meh this isn't what I had expected and though I still like it it just isn't what I wanted Well I had been waiting for something that would bring me back to Greek gods and times in the most sincere way possible for uite some time It finally happened Court of Asphodels surprised me but it is exactly what I want when I read greek mythology retelling Elisa stayed true to atmospheres and places and characters but she took in everything and she made it her own The final product is GREATAlso best sex scenes EVER

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Court of AsphodelsDeep inside of her she knows it Maybe the grieving king of the Underworld can be her chance to prove her value «I was born the destroyer not the destroyed. This is surprising I really didn't think that I would fly through this book the way that I did but I enjoyed it I love Hades and Persephone and I loved the way the author portrayed them in this story The way that things ended I can tell there is about to be a lot to come and I am looking forward to see what's about to happen

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Read & Download Court of Asphodels 107 ☆ ➪ Court of Asphodels Read ➲ Author Elisa E. Enzo – Persephone has been hiding herself since she was born Shielded by her mother’s embrace she doesn’t know who she is but she knows this isn’t the life she wanted She is stronger than her mother’ Persephone has been hiPersephone has been hiding herself since she was born Shielded by her mother’s embrace she doesn’t know who she is but she knows this isn’t the life s. Author Elisa Enzo said she has stopped posting this novel on because she doesn’t want to sell what she believes is a mediocre book But she still has plans of rewriting it in the future Well I hope she truly does because this book shows a lot of potential although it needs a good editor the story’s perspective is indeed promising Largely based on the Homeric Hymn to Demeter Enzo has given her own fresh twist to the myth of Hades and Persephone that makes up for a wonderful readI'd say I was never a fan of Hades and Persephone's story For me there's nothing interesting in Hades's world other than Charon and the River Lethe I also find Persephone a crybaby and was even exasperated by Demeter’s overbearing ways when I first read about her Plus there is absolutely nothing particularly charming about a lovestruck god tricking and even abducting her beloved so that they could be together But I liked how this particular Greek myth has developed in the story and how each character in the book—even the minor ones—is skilfully fleshed out The interaction between the characters is not dull Hades is portrayed as fair and likeable and the many important events that highlight the book—from the Titan War to the goddess Demeter scourging the earth for nine years in search of Persephone—are well written in my opinion Though I had to look over the family tree of these Greek deities from time to time and also shrink a little from a few but very graphic romantic scenes between Hades and Persephone as if the incestuous relationships and fathers regurgitating their children in the story aren’t enough this is a stirring novel nonetheless My first good read for 2018