This year wasn't half-bad for reading. Take a scroll to check out what made the top ten this year.
Long Before Women Were Objects, They Were Warriors (Aphrodite Made Me Do It – A Book Review)
Alongside Aphrodite, Mateer uses poetry and prose to heal and define herself, taking control of who she is and offering inspiration.
Will They…Won’t They…Save Everybody? (The Tyrant’s Tomb – A Book Review)
Book 4 of The Apollo Trials find Apollo looking for salvation in somebody that hates him more than anybody else. The future of Camp Jupiter hangs on it as everyone in the camp prepares for a final stand against the Triumvirate.
Deals to be Kept (Sentinel – A Book Review)
The war is almost over. Alex has lost so much but there's still more to lose. There are deals she still has to keep. Battling the gods will bring a new era for the world.
Are You There, Gods? It’s Me, Stupidity (Apollyon – A Book Review)
Now that Alex has regained control of herself, she must prepare to possibly face a war against the gods. With more power than ever, she may stand a chance saving the world.
Three Weddings and A War (A Touch of Malice – A Book Review)
A snowstorm summoned by Demeter threatens the city after Hades and Persephone announce their engagement. More threats seek to put an end to them and the gods which could keep Hades and Persephone apart. A war is on the horizon and sides will be chosen.
Ruination Finds You in the Darkest Places (A Touch of Ruin – A Book Review)
Persephone and Hades have now gone public and while that threatens her life as a normal person and her secret of being a goddess, a tragedy strikes that'll change her life forever.
Playing Mortal (A Touch of Darkness – A Book Review)
Persephone just wants a normal life and lives as close of one as she can as a college student. It's jeopardized when she gets herself tied up in a deal with Hades, God of the Underworld. Create life in the underworld. But, she may be screwed since everything she touches shrivels up and dies. But something does bloom between the two and it could disrupt the balance of everything.
Crossing That Bridge (Neon Gods – A Book Review)
After a sudden announcement that she's to wed Zeus, Persephone flees. She knows what happens to his wives and she refuses to give away her freedom. When she meets Hades, they strike quite the bargain that could mean chaos for both of them. What they didn't expect was the feelings they developed for one another.