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Persephone the Daring (Goddess Girls) by Joan Holub (2013-08-06)

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    Joan Holub;Suzanne Williams(Author)

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  • By Shauna Wheelwright on September 13, 2013

    Persephone the Daring continues the series that turns Greek mythology heroes into modern day teenagers going to school and learning all about life and friendship.In Greek mythology Persephone (pur-SEF-uh-nee) is kidnapped by Hades, the god of the underworld. Her mother, the goddess of the harvest, braves a rescue to bring Persephone home.Hades agrees to let Persephone go home for one half of the year during spring and summer when flowers bloom. The half of the year where Persephone is with Hades the world knows the barren seasons of fall and winter.In the Goddess Girls series Persephone is a typical teen-age girl with friends and dates and school.She is know as the "dependable one" according to the Teen Scrollazine poll.When a girl's sleep-over truth or dare game is played Persephone will be given the dare to get the autograph of mortal rock star Orpheus.Will she be the dependable one or can she turn into the daring one?With the help of backup singer Eurydice, Persephone tries to be a little more daring.But when Eurydice is trapped in the Underworld and Hades birthday present comes to bloom, plans are formed, music fans are entertained, and Persephone strengthens her friendship with Hades.Amazing writing!Fun story!Really good series!

  • By Alex N. on October 11, 2013

    I think that this book is great because it is like the real story of Orpheus and Eridice but with a little bit of a twist. That is what makes it a great book.From your friend valkire cain

  • By alysa on May 14, 2015

    hi,my name is Elianna Brindle Kaplen,i loved this series and finished 7 books in two weeks. This book got 4 stars because it was not in my top ten faveret. It got kinda boring. But i am not saying you shouldnt read the book its great im just saying its not the best. I really recomend starting with the first book then go upthanks for readind ¢:)boring. But i

  • By horselover101 on April 6, 2014

    I loved the book!!! Soooooo much drama. I love the (cliff hanger) type ending. It's truly amazing. I love it!!!!

  • By BJE on October 1, 2013

    Real emotions, real friendship drama, characters and plots based on actual Greek myths, plus a hint of good morals and humor. These are the ingredients that make this series a hit in our house. This begins with Persephone and her three bffs plus a cast of other mythology girl characters at an MOA (Mount Olympus Academy) sleepover and follows the core of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth. Orpheus is a sort of Justin Bieber character in this book. I think this is one of our favorites in the series which hasn't let us down yet, and hopefully won't.

  • By David on October 25, 2013

    I personally was expecting better. It's always going from one subject to another, not really staying focused.I have read most of the series up to this one, so I know all of the characters. But I think that they made it too much about Orpheus and his little girlfriend, rather than Persephone and Hades. Another disappointment, was that I read the description of the book before buying, and it was nothing like that.It was alright, but too jumpy, a little boring, and not very intriguing.

  • By athena1231 on May 5, 2014

    I love this book it's very nice especially for children even though I am 11 I still love this book. I would recommend this book to people who love history and have a very good creativity for without the slightest bit of any of that you would not find the book interesting.

  • By :P Givadiva on December 23, 2013

    Persephone the daring is overall a really good book. Some parts got a little confusing to me but that's all I have to complain about. I think that if you like Greek myths and drama you should read this book.

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