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    • ISBN:9781408330760
    • Publication date:10 Sep 2013
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Antigoddess

Book 1

By Kendare Blake

The acclaimed author of ANNA DRESSED IN BLOOD returns with an incredible story about ancient gods, modern love and an epic fight for survival

He was Apollo, the sun, and he'd burn down anything that tried to hurt her... Cassandra and Aidan are just your average high-school couple. Or so Cassandra believes. Blissfully unaware that she was once a powerful prophetess, Cassandra doesn't even know that god exist...Until now.
Because the gods are dying - and Cassandra could hold the answer to their survival. But Aidan has a secret of his own. He is really Apollo, god of the sun, and he will do anything to protect the girl he loves from the danger that's coming for her. Even if it means war against his immortal family...
Sexy, irresistible characters; romantic and mythological intrigue; relentless action and suspense - ANTIGODDESS is the YA novel you've been waiting for.

Biographical Notes

Kendare Blake is an import from South Korea who was raised in the United States. She received a Bachelor's degree in Business from Ithaca College and a Master's degree in Writing from Middlesex University in London. She brakes for animals, the largest of which was a deer, which sadly didn't make it, and the smallest of which was a mouse, which did, but it took forever. Amongst her likes are Greek Mythology, rare red meat and veganism. She also enjoys girls who can think with the boys like Ayn Rand, and boys who scare the morality into people, like Bret Easton Ellis.

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  • ISBN: 9781408330753
  • Publication date: 10 Sep 2013
  • Page count: 384
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
A strong narrative with plenty of tension, twists and turns, with absorbing and interesting characters. — Bookbag
The scenery is vast and brilliantly described... touches of horror, fantasy and mythology. The author has a good handle on building tension, creating suspense and inserting humour into this fun quick read for older teenagers. — The School Librarian