After accidentally unleashing the gods from their captivity on Olympus,
Helen must find a way to re-imprison them without starting a devastating
war. But the gods are angry, and their thirst for blood already has a
To make matters worse, the Oracle reveals that a diabolical Tyrant is lurking among them, which drives a wedge between the once-solid group of friends. As the gods use the Scions against one another, Lucas’s life hangs in the balance. Still unsure whether she loves him or Orion, Helen is forced to make a terrifying decision, for war is coming to her shores.
In Josephine Angelini’s compelling conclusion to the masterfully woven Starcrossed trilogy, a goddess must rise above it all to change a destiny that’s been written in the stars. With worlds built just as fast as they crumble, love and war collide in an all-out battle that will leave no question unanswered and no heart untouched.
Josie was born in a tiny town in Massachusetts called Ashland. When she meets people from Massachusetts and tells them 'what part' she hails from, she usually gets one of two answers. The first is: "Isn't that in Oregon?" And the second is: "I drove by it once on Rt. 9, I think."
Her next stop was about as different from Ashland as it gets without leaving the country. As soon as Josie was legal, she packed a bag and moved to New York City to attend NYU. Somehow, she managed to squeeze in a little higher learning between bartending shifts and graduated with a BFA.
Massively in debt with college loans, she then moved to Los Angeles for reasons that are still a little blurry. Something about the weather was mentioned, and a ... (more)
Written by Charlotte Black 2017-04-12
Goddess was surprising, and I'm afraid to say I didn't enjoy it half as much as Dreamless. There is the love triangle still rankling in the background that is still causing much strife and confusion. Another unexpected death from one of the main cast. Lots of going back in Helen's time as 'The Face', and more gods coming to the island causing havoc. Altogether the story drifted this way and that and tried to stay on course but I couldn't help thinking it was a little too all ... (more)