Continuing my journey through the Percy Jackson series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians – The Titan’s Curse proves to be an exciting and fun story. I didn’t expect to have my own perception of Greek heroes scrutinized to the degree we see here. I wasn’t expecting The Titan’s Curse to be as dark and complex … Continue reading Book Review: Percy Jackson and the Olympians – The Titan’s Curse
The Percy Jackson series continues to surprise me with how much I’ve been enjoying it. I’ve always been a sucker for an Odyssey style of story, one where the heroes travel from place to place and explore the world. In that respect, The Sea of Monsters does not disappoint. While there is some more world building and … Continue reading Book Review: Percy Jackson and The Olympians – The Sea of Monsters
Truth be told, I didn’t know what to really expect when I picked up the Percy Jackson Series by Rick Riordan. I’m a big mythology fan and I loved spending hours learning more about the history and tales of old mythological sources. This in mind, it felt like Riordan’s books would be a perfect match … Continue reading Book Review: Percy Jackson and The Olympians – The Lightning Thief
Having loved how Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa, I picked up the sequel with no hesitation at all. I’m a sucker for anything involving mythology and YA fantasy, especially a story with characters as lovable as Yumeko and Tatsumi. Diving into Kagawa’s crafted world once more, I enjoyed the heart pounding journey of … Continue reading Book Review: Soul of the Sword (Shadow of the Fox #2) by Julie Kagawa
I have always been a fan of mythology. Mythological tales of gods and demons, of magical swords and artifacts, these are all wonderful parts of history that peek my interest. When I read the book blurb for Shadow of The Fox, I was instantly hooked. I’m happy to say it was a fun and mythical … Continue reading Book Review: Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa
While reading Norse Mythology by Neil Gaimen, I couldn’t help but raise an eyebrow at the adventures of Thor, Loki and Odin. We live in a time where characters are expected to be deep and often complicated with various emotions. My first criticism of any story I read is whether or not the characters are … Continue reading Character Design : How do you write a deity?