Julie Berry returns with the help of Aphrodite and four young lovers in WWI.
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Robin LaFevers’ nun-trained assassins return for a lesson in political drama in 15th century France with her new novel, Courting Darkness.
Go on an adventure with Edith Pattou’s East and West.
Much like the way Hayden’s mom disappears into the misty woods, the plot for What the Woods Keep from newcomer Katya de Becerra becomes quite murky and insubstantial.
Erin Cashman’s Uncharted does not feature a Nolan North cameo.
Annie Sullivan’s A Touch of Gold posits that King Midas wasn’t the only one to suffer from his curse. (And there’s pirates!)
Leigh Bardugo’s Wonder Woman: Warbringer is a fantastic addition to the iconic superhero’s canon.
Megan Whalen Turner returns (after an excruciating wait) with Thick As Thieves. The bad news: it's a bridge book. The good news: it's a really good bridge book.
Apollo -- god of the sun, music, etc., that Apollo -- begins a journey to regain his immortality in Rick Riordan's latest series.
Matthew Laurence’s Freya tells a tale of gods and goddesses in the modern age.
Brian and his daughter Sophie review Artemis, a graphic novel about a kick-ass goddess.
A string of murders, a brush with death, and a boating accident are ominously linked to a mysterious and possibly magical family in Shining Sea by Mimi Cross.
Revisit Greek mythology as graphic novels with George O'Connor's Olympians (Vols. 1-6).
YAAAAAAS -- you know you want to win an exclusive edition of Rick Riordan's return to Greek mythology!
Rick Riordan starts a new trilogy on Norse mythology with The Sword of Summer.
Who's your fave Greek hero? Let us know for a chance to win a Percy Jackson's Greek Heroes prize package!
Jennifer Latham mixes mystery with religious mythology (plus a sassy teenage private eye) in her debut novel Scarlett Undercover.
The clues to an interesting story can be found in Lin Kaymer's Who is Mackie Spence?, but sadly, the full case leaves a lot to be desired.
Can a fifteen-year-old oracle of Apollo save ancient Greece from ruin?
Heather Demetrios' Exquisite Captive is a sexy modern take on jinn mythology.
If Amber Lough's The Fire Wish is any indication, the jinn YA bandwagon's going to be a welcome change of pace from the typical fare.
M.C. Morison's Time Sphere is an exciting mystery with heavy doses of history, philosophy, metaphysics, and dry wit.
Megan Whalen Turner's The Queen's Thief series offers political intrigue, memorable characters, and moments so hot you'll need a church fan.
Amalie Howard’s Alpha Goddess takes us on a fiery trip through heaven, hell, and high school.
Mandy W. reviews The House of Hades by Rick Riordan, the penultimate book in the Heroes of Olympus series that sure doesn't hold back with THE FEELS.
Colleen Gleason’s The Clockwork Scarab introduces two awesome ladies with the last names of Stoker and Holmes who are so much cooler than their more famous relatives.
Kiersten White’s The Chaos of Stars makes Mandy C. thankful for her family’s (comparatively tame and very un-deity-filled) version of crazy.
Mandy W. discovers that it's never too early for TEABS, thanks to The Mark of Athena, Book 3 of The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan.
Mandy W. meets more demigod BFFs in The Son of Neptune, Book 2 of The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan.
Mandy W. heads back to Camp Half-Blood with The Lost Hero, Book 1 of Rick Riordan's The Heroes of Olympus series.
Fans of Percy Jackson rejoice—A. Lee Martinez’s Helen & Troy’s Epic Road Quest is a familiar mythological adventure with cheeky twist.
A review of Awaken by Meg Cabot, in which Mandy W. bids a fond farewell to the Abandon series.
Mandy W. gets her Greek geekery on, with Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians series (Books 2-5).
A review of James Treadwell's Advent, which could be a case of the right book at the wrong time.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Carrier of the Mark by Leigh Fallon
'Sorry' just doesn't cut it when the wrath of Elizabeth Miles' Fury has been incurred.
A review of Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini, which features Greek gods and smoldering chemistry.
Erin reviews Abandon by Her Royal FYAness, Meg Cabot.
*All hope that you aren't going to totally fall in love with a dead dude, that is.
Greek mythology makes everything better, including The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan.