Persephone: Secrets of a Teenage Goddess

Persephone: Secrets of a Teenage Goddess

Jennifer Cook / Jul 24, 2019

Persephone Secrets of a Teenage Goddess Kore the much loved daughter of the Earth Goddess Demeter is growing up Venerated by all as the embodiment of purity and innocence this child of light has begun to long for darkness She persuades he

  • Title: Persephone: Secrets of a Teenage Goddess
  • Author: Jennifer Cook
  • ISBN: 0734407777
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kore, the much loved daughter of the Earth Goddess Demeter is growing up Venerated by all as the embodiment of purity and innocence, this child of light has begun to long for darkness.She persuades her brother, Bacchus, the god of wine, women, and song to take her along to a party attended by the Gods in all their glory it is there she meets the dark lord of the underworKore, the much loved daughter of the Earth Goddess Demeter is growing up Venerated by all as the embodiment of purity and innocence, this child of light has begun to long for darkness.She persuades her brother, Bacchus, the god of wine, women, and song to take her along to a party attended by the Gods in all their glory it is there she meets the dark lord of the underworld, Hades and begins to discover who she really is.

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    1. This book was a wonderful read. Jennifer Cook used her resources and knowledge of greek mythology to her advantage in this book, putting an amazing spin on the legends. My critism is that she often went on rambles describing everything in a bit too much detail. otherwise Breilliant.






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