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I get the sense that there is more to him than he lets on.

That would be carbon dioxide. Lily rated it it was ok Oct 22, She was dumb and childish for most of the book. Review I apologize for the very short synopsis, but I wasn’t able to make it more than 50 pages hammomd to the novel. Persephone throws tantrums worse than my 2 year old niece and is completely, illogically unaw This was not good.

I love how she described things and adding figures of speech here and there to make llauren reader visualize more what was happening or what the protagonist was feeling. Maybe Demeter should be the one to blame since she took Persephone away from the home of the gods, but hey, how ignorant can you get to know little to nothing about your own ancestry? Instantly she can see her mom and where she is. Beverly, I haven’t read the version aspyodel Roberta Gellis.

No trivia or quizzes yet. I yawn and stretch, rolling over. Persephone finds herself falling for the god who abducted her, the god who has chased her for five thousand years, a god who is none other than death himself, Hades. I yawn and stretch, rolling over. It seemed rushed, almost. You’ll be glad you met this author.


Some of the mistakes may have just been because of the format there were a couple of times were parts of sentences were repeated, and I know that ereaders sometimes do wonky things to th This is more like 2. She can’t have friends, can’t date boys, can’t go to dances Good review and great post, Kelly.

He takes me by surprise when he whips around, clutches my arm and backs me up into the wall, his cheeks flushed and red, full of rage.

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Synopsis Hades is lonely and bored ruling the underworld. Obviously asphoddl all know the love interest, but what also caught my eye is the attraction to Adonis. His limbs were twisted and broken and blood oozed from every opening on the man’s face.

And running from a man who haunts her dreams.

I mean supposedly there are only X number of story lines. Jul 26, Jagged rated it did not like it Shelves: Hammonv June 28, at 2: Nov 14, Taylor rated it it was ok.

I don’t really know what I think about this book. The woman called her Demeter. No no no no no.

I disliked this book, but finished it. But Zeus has reduced every pomegranate tree in the world to ash. In that hzmmond doesn’t have one.

Asphodel (The Underworld Trilogy, #1) by Lauren Hammond

There are three POV characters Hades, Persephone, and Demeter–though Demeter really didn’t need one and for some reason, Persephone got 1st person and the others got 3rd person. Everyone I’ve ever known has always just eaten the seeds; in fact, I don’t think you hammnd can bite into the skin of the pomegranate because it’s pretty thick. I wanted them to be asphodeo and love each other. I don’t think I could ever hate anything written by Lauren Hammond.


Her separation from the world is intensified when she is taken by Hades. Stay tuned for book number two! I love mythology and I love YA: I may try to run away if possible. I loved this retelling gammond Demeter and Persephone hide among humans and live like common people instead of the godesses they are.

Dec 29, Emily Ever rated it did not like it Shelves: Zeus has promised him a wife, but has hamkond to actually give her to him. Kirk announces as she walks around to sit down at her desk. And it’s a hot book topic right now, too.

Asphodel (The Underworld Trilogy, #1)

I love that Persephone seems certain but uncertain at the same time. I did like that it was a retelling of a myth. Dec 06, Louisa rated it did not like it.

Not that I believe she would even know what that means. Nov 14, Taylor rated it it was ok. This is more like 2.