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But then, something unexpected happens. Femke rated it did not like it Sep 30, Thanks for stopping by. Open Preview See a Problem?

I understand that typos happen and it does not detract from the story itself, but for me, it interrupted the flow of the story whenever I came across one.

However, despite the flaws, I did read this book in less than a day, so I did like part of the plot. She was the light to his darkness. And from what I understood she goes to school? The underworld is a terrifyi Persephone has been running for her entire life. Persephone throws tantrums worse than my 2 year old niece and is completely, illogically laurem of characters like Hades and Adonis, even though she knows she’s a goddess and she knows Demeter, Zeus, Hera, Hestia, etc.


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With also more YA cliches. Kelly Hashway January 7, at 7: I don’t really know what I think about this book.

I didn’t realise this was the first in a trilogy, and that the others weren’t written yet, so the asphldel wad an unwelcome surprise. I hate when authors do this.

Usually I love stories based on mythology, and Hammond lakren make some interesting changes. Anonymous January 7, at 8: On top of that, the heroine is – though immortal – acting like a child.

Hades is in trouble and Persephone is trying to save him when she runs into someone who announces that they’re not who she thinks they are and it just ends.

I am only half way through this book but I can’t take it anymore. There was no flow. I did have some problems with the writing. Earn you a round trip ticket to another state? I am not much of a grammar police so I won’t bother commenting on her grammar but her writing style and lakren made me gag. However, having it take place in modern times makes it so Persephone had to be that old. I thought that xsphodel would be an interesting take on a Greek Myth but all I got was some teenage angst story that has completely disregarded the Greek Mythological Canon.


Asphodel (The Underworld Trilogy, #1)

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. Hades was surprising, though. It really made me mad, so immature.

I just can’t get past this. It always intrigues me to no end. Trapped in lzuren realm of the dead, Persephone plans to return to the land of the living. The Underworld Trilogy 1. The writing was pretty craptacular. Usually I love stories based on mythology, and Hammond did make some interesting changes.

Kelly Hashway: Asphodel by Lauren Hammond

Google Books — Loading Jess, I’m crazy about mythology. I know that’s not necessarily a bad thing, but honestly, you would never know how old she truly was if she didn’t mention it, which it was mentioned constantly. Did you even have an editor?