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The Trials of Hercules (The Osteria Chronicles) (Volume 1)

by Tammie Painter

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This novel is a retelling of the ancient Greek story of Hercules and his trials. It's really great if you're a fan of Greek mythology.

The part in the description about it being set in the future is a bit misleading though. Realistically the setting is the same as in the original myths, there just seem to be a few technological advancements sprinkled in for story convenience like trains, television, and video cameras. Not quite what I was expecting but a good story nonetheless. ( )
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