This is part of the book blast for the Goddess Girls series. Hope you’ll love the giveaway at the end of the post. 🙂
Mortal rock star Orpheus steals the spotlight in this Goddess Girls tale of love and lyres! Orpheus is a mortal rock god, and the girls at Mount Olympus Academy are wild about him! With his lyre and singing voice, Orpheus can charm pretty much anything—even things like stones and trees. But Hades and the other MOA boys aren’t charmed. In fact, they are less than thrilled that the girls are so gaga over this guy.
His fans are especially excited about his latest song about the girl he loved and lost, Eurydice. Orpheus was devastated when he lost Eurydice to the Underworld, so he asks Persephone to help get her back. Though it means breaking some very serious Underworld rules, Persephone pushes Hades to return Eurydice to the living world. But restoring Orpheus’s one true love might jeopardize Persephone’s own chances with her biggest crush…
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Praise for The Goddess Girls
“…a clever take on Greek deities…” ~ Booklist
“Readers familiar with Greek myths should get a kick out of this plucky restaging.” ~ Publisher’s Weekly
“…an enchanting mythological world with middle-school woes compounded by life as a deity…” ~ School Library Journal
About The Goddess Girls Series
The Goddess Girls series, by Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams puts a modern spin on classic Greek myths. Follow the ins and outs of divine social life where the most privileged godboys and goddessgirls in the Greek pantheon hone their mythical skills.
- Athena the Brain – Finding out she’s a goddess and being sent to Mount Olympus brings Athena new friends, a weird dad, and the meanest girl in mythology — Medusa!
- Persephone the Phony – Hiding her feelings works fine for Persephone until she meets a guy she can be herself with — Hades, the bad-boy of the Underworld.
- Aphrodite the Beauty – Sure Aphrodite is beautiful, but it’s not always easy being the goddessgirl of love.
- Artemis the Brave – She may be the goddess of the hunt, but that doesn’t mean Artemis always feels brave.
- Athena the Wise – Zeus says Heracles has to do twelve tasks or he’ll get kicked out of MOA! Although she’s not sure it’s wise, Athena agrees to help out.
- Aphrodite the Diva – Isis claims she’s the goddess of love? Ha! But to keep the title all to herself, Aphrodite has to find the perfect match for Pygmalion, the most annoying boy ever.
- Artemis the Loyal – It’s time for the annual Olympic Games, and Artemis and her friends are not happy. It’s boys only. Not fair!
- Medusa the Mean – Medusa wants to be more like her two sisters and the other kids at Mount Olympus Academy — immortal. Is that too much to ask?
- The Girl Games (Goddess Girls Super Special) – Listen in on what all four goddess girls are thinking as Mount Olympus Academy hosts visitors from many lands — including an adorable kitten!The first-ever standalone superspecial in the Goddess Girls series!
- Pandora the Curious – Pandora is one of the few mortals at Mount Olympus Academy — and probably the most curious of all the students in school.
- Pheme the Gossip – As the goddess girl of rumor and gossip, Pheme prides herself on being “in the know” and having the most up-to-date info on anyone and everyone at Mount Olympus Academy.
About the Authors
Author Suzanne Williams
Author Joan Holub
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