Girl, Goddess, Queen

Girl, Goddess, Queen

Children's, New & Recommended, Teenage & Young Adult
Paperback Published on: 25/01/2024
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Girl, Goddess, Queen
So much fun!
After all of the Greek mythology retellings hitting the adult market, it's great to see some in the YA as well! Persephone takes control of her own dest... READ MORE
Emily - Cambridge
Girl, Goddess, Queen
What if Persephone wasn't kidnapped, what if she jumped to save herself?
5*- this deserves it clearly. A thoroughly well planned and executed greek myth retelling. I thought it was beautifully done and made me see the strength ... READ MORE
Ella-Mae from Lewes
Girl, Goddess, Queen
A ‘hell’ of a debut!!!
- “Too many stories start with gods making promises they can't keep.” - "Girl, Goddess, Queen" marks Bea Fitzgeral's debut in the literary world, and ... READ MORE
Rebecca Ramires

Synopsis

To hell with love, this goddess has other plans. Thousands of years ago, the gods told a lie: how Persephone was a pawn in the politics of other gods. How Hades kidnapped Persephone to be his bride. How her mother, Demeter, was so distraught she caused the Earth to start dying. The real story is much more interesting. Persephone wasn't taken to hell: she jumped. There was no way she was going to be married off to some smug god more in love with himself than her. Now all she has to do is convince the Underworld's annoyingly sexy, arrogant and frankly rude ruler, Hades, to fall in line with her plan. A plan that will shake Mount Olympus to its very core. But consequences can be deadly, especially when you're already in hell.

  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Children's UK
  • ISBN: 9780241624289
  • Number of pages: 496
  • Weight: 345g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 31 mm

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Girl, Goddess, Queen
I loved this!
Favourite Characters: HADES
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