The Daughter of Ares Chronicles:The Complete Trilogy

The Daughter of Ares Chronicles The Complete Trilogy Update As of I took this book off publication However you can still get it in Verses of Athine Why did I take it down Made my life easier because I went in and edited all the novellas again and

  • Title: The Daughter of Ares Chronicles:The Complete Trilogy
  • Author: Shannon McRoberts
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Update As of 2013 I took this book off publication However, you can still get it in Verses of Athine Why did I take it down Made my life easier because I went in and edited all the novellas again and added the 4th one to the mix Plus in Verses they are laid out in the order you need to read them Book 5 in the series is in progress If you read this prior to April 201Update As of 2013 I took this book off publication However, you can still get it in Verses of Athine Why did I take it down Made my life easier because I went in and edited all the novellas again and added the 4th one to the mix Plus in Verses they are laid out in the order you need to read them Book 5 in the series is in progress If you read this prior to April 2013 with this cover then you are missing out on all the wonderful changes and editing Athine has long been told she was the chosen one Only problem is she doesn t want to be chosen for anything she wants her own adventures She gets her chance when she learns that her new powers allow her to kill other immortals.Follow Athine from the beginning as she learns about her heritage and being an immortal born See how she interacts with some notable immortals such as Zeus, Hera, Odin, and Morrigan Learn about the origins of the vampire and what happened to the dragons This edition is one that contains all three Athine Verses stories under one title.

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    1. Offering up a heady mix of mythology, folklore, and prophecy, The Daughter of Ares Chronicles by Shannon McRoberts falls somewhere between classical adventure and epic fantasy. The overall story arc is comprised of three books, each of which offers up a satisfying story on its own, but which are interlinked by the stories of Athine and her sisters.The Beginning establishes McRobert's world, presenting us with prophecies of doom and visions of hope, all centring around the young women selectively [...]

    2. Daughters of Ares TrilogyThis novel begins with describing strong female deities that have taken on the responsibility to protect their world and the world around them which expands generations of mothers and daughters. A demented Oracle Kinir connived, manipulated Ares daughter Harmonia into listening to false prophecies and selective breeding to bring about the ultimate weapon that would destroy her world. There is a major battle between two sisters and I have to say Harmonia and Athine are be [...]

    3. Updated: As of 4/1/2013 this book is no longer available and has been retired. I had major revisions completed to all three of the books originally under this title plus I added the 4th book in this series to complete the new collection. In the place of the trilogy is "Verses of Athine", which you will find on my profile or you can go here:smashwords/books/view.on/Verses-DaughterI didn't want to delete this book because of the awesome reviews it did get. However, I wanted to let everyone know wh [...]

    4. This was a great read. I really enjoyed it. This author is new to me and I do plan to read more. I love her cover art which she did herself. The version I read was the entire trilogy together. It was the perfect length and really flowed well. I had a bit of trouble at the start but it really picked up in Chapter one. She writes characters well. They really stand out and have personality and life of their own. I would recommend this to any fantasy lover. Look forward to reading more from this aut [...]

    5. 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 [...]

    6. I love the artwork on this book and looked forward to writing of the same quality, but I found The Daughter of Ares confusing from early on. Chapters written from different character's point of views shouldn't be a problem, but here, too many were introduced too quickly, and I wasn't clear who the new character was and how she related to the last one. I thought that chapters were labelled with the name of the person whose point of view it showed, but to add to the confusion, some were labelled w [...]

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