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Scarlett St. Clair

Author of A Touch of Darkness

22 Works 9,963 Members 88 Reviews 4 Favorited

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Birthdate
20th century
Gender
female
Nationality
USA
Places of residence
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Education
(BA | English writing)
(MLIS)

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Reviews

Objectively, I know this is bad. But did I have fun? Yes.
 
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escapinginpaper | 21 other reviews | May 18, 2024 |
So . . . this was kind of disappointing.

I have been a massive fan of this series - Book 1: A Game of Fate kept me glued to the pages. Book 2: Game of Retribution kept me up at 2 a.m., yet this was . . . just meh.

I felt the chapters of Ariadne and Dionysus did not contribute to the main storyline or move the plot forward. This has always been Hades's story - and now we were introduced to multiple POVs: Hades, Dionysus and Theseus - the antagonist . . .

Honestly, I did not care why he was doing what he was doing or how - who cares? As long as the plot was good - even if only Hade's POV was present - then this would have felt different.

Still 3 stars - was still okay just took me longer to read.
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Aya666 | May 16, 2024 |
"I need you," she whispered. "You have me," he said.

This was an excellent conclusion to the series. The senses were high with the war happening, and the devastation of Tartarus opened.

Persephone had to work through her emotions with the aftermath of Malice and the guilt of what she had done.

Hades protective as ever and tries everything in his power to keep his queen safe, but realises that they are a partnership and neither needs to be alone in this.

Hecate as vengeful as ever. She was a highlight in this novel.

Hermes, as usual, was the comic relief, and I love him to bits.

Theseus . . . This guy . . . He deserves everything he gets.

I enjoyed the story a lot. I felt a few things were a bit lacking, like battle scenes. I enjoyed the multiple POVs. They actually moved the story forward and not like in a Game of Gods where I felt it was unnecessary.

Spice level is a 3.

I feel sad that this feels so finite. Saying goodbye to Hades and Persophene's story, but all good things come to an end. I keep my fingers crossed that they will feature in the side stories if the author wills it.
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Aya666 | 1 other review | May 16, 2024 |

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Works
22
Members
9,963
Popularity
#2,389
Rating
3.8
Reviews
88
ISBNs
111
Languages
7
Favorited
4

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