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I enjoyed this book. It’s a different way to tell the story of the mythological gods and their origin. It gets a little long leading up to what the actual orchard is and why it’s so important. I recommend this book, but to also have an open mind. The gods and goddesses are not how we were originally taught.
Reviewed by Angel
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The Greek gods never actually existed. Did they? Sophie Darrow finds she was wrong about that assumption when she’s pulled into the spirit realm, complete with an Underworld, on her first day at college. Adrian, the mysterious young man who brought her there, simply wants her to taste a pomegranate. Soon, though she returns to her regular life, her mind begins exploding with dreams and memories of ancient times; of a love between two Greeks named Persephone and Hades. But lethal danger has always surrounded the immortals, and now that she’s tainted with the Underworld’s magic, that danger is drawing closer to Sophie.
About The Author:
Molly Ringle has been writing fiction for over 20 years, and her stories always include love and humor, as well as the occasional touch of the paranormal. Molly lives in Seattle with her husband and kids, and worships fragrances and chocolate.
A signed paperback copy of Persephone’s Orchard
A paperback copy of D’Aulaires’ Book of Greek Myths
A “pomegranate seed” necklace and bracelet set