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Greek Mythology

REVIEW: Medusa’s Sisters by Lauren J.A. Bear

Medusa is more immortalized than many of the women of Greek myths. She’s a cultural phenomenon depicted in poetry, art, and famously featured in one of the most significant moments in film animation history....

Classical Mythology Inspired Fiction: Where to Start Reading

Over the last few years, stories inspired by mythology have become an integral part of fiction, spawning off a sub-genre of retellings. Personally, I’m here for all of them and have been devouring any...

REVIEW: Clytemnestra by Constanza Casati

Constanza Casati’s debut Clytemnestra is a worthy addition to the shelf of Greek mythology-inspired retellings. Taking the oft-overlooked Spartan sister and telling her story in bursts from childhood to the aftermath of Agamemnon’s famous...

REVIEW: Wrath Goddess Sing by Maya Deane

Wrath Goddess Sing by Maya Deane is a hard book to review. It is a book that it is more than the sum of its parts – a retelling of the Illiad featuring Achilles...

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