I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jennifer Estep
Released: January 15 2019
Series: Mythos Academy #2
“There’s a lot to love about Estep’s writing here, but my favorite is still the mythology”
~ Under the Covers
I was really excited when I got this book. The first book was one of the better YA books that I read recently and so, I wanted to see if the follow up would be just as good. I am pleased to say that I definitely prefer this series over the original. I just think Rory has something a bit more special and I prefer her personality more. Not to mention, I also like the conflict of this series more. It’s something different and more thrilling in my opinion.
If you’re a fan of Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy series, there’s a chance that you might also like this series. There’s a lot to love about Estep’s writing here, but my favorite is still the mythology. I love the mix of artifacts and Spartan warriors. It’s just cool to see something that hasn’t really been done before in the genre. I do hope that there will be a lot more books in this series because frankly, I’m kind of obsessed with it.
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