Genre: Mythology

Prophecy of the Most Beautiful (Oracle of Delphi #1) by Diantha Jones

The Prophecy of the Most Beautiful by Diantha Jones, the first book in The Oracle of Delphi Series, is an adventure-filled, Greek Mythology inspired young adult novel with a hint of romance. Self-published on March 1st, 2012, I received a copy of the ebook from the author in exchange for an honest review. I was also part of Read more

Daimon (Covenant #0.5) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Daimon is a short story prequel in the Covenant series. I’ve only heard of it, YA readers rave about this series but I have yet to read it. This novella made me want to know more about it. Almost everyone I know is raving about the Covenant series. So I read this prequel out of Read more

Seaweed by Elle Strauss

If you’re looking for a cute-sy mermaid story, you may just like Elle Strauss’ Seaweed. It left me smiling and daydreaming about being a mermaid. Since I was still not over merfolk novels, I read the Kindle copy of Seaweed that I picked up back when it was still free. It was recommended by Karen Read more

Legacy Lost (The Syrena Legacy #0.5) by Anna Banks

If you read my review of Of Poseidon, you’ll know that I loved the story. Legacy Lost tells the story of Grom and Nalia’s relationship. Their love story was mentioned in Of Poseidon but in this short story, we learn what happened to them through Grom’s point of view. I really liked it. Like Of Read more

Of Poseidon (The Syrena Legacy #1) by Anna Banks

Still feeling the mermaid love, I read Of Poseidon by Anna Banks. I’ve read many good reviews about this book and people have been raving about it. I’m glad that I read this next because I love the story despite its predictability. First of all, it was a pretty cute beginning but something tragic happens that Read more

Tangled Tides (The Sea Monster Memoirs #1) by Karen Amanda Hooper

For someone who likes watching mermaid films and once dreamed of being a mermaid, I never once had interest in reading mermaid novels. I don’t know why that is, but in my quest to be the wide reader my mom claimed me to be, I asked Karen Amanda Hooper for a digital copy Tangled Tides in exchange Read more