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Talia Redowl, daughter of the goddess Athena, expected - and definitely wanted - to work for her mother when she graduated. In particular, she was hoping to be assigned as an aide to her older sister, Danae, their mother’s Avatar.

So when Talia’s graduation assignment is to become the Avatar of Hades, the legendarily anti-social and brooding god of the Underworld, she protests…the position has gone unfilled for two thousand years. Why her? Why now? The Fates weave a tangled web, and more is at stake than Talia’s plans for her own future.

But before she can take up her new post, Talia Redowl must die.

Death is just the beginning…

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Dodikdov
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Not my cup of tea. I like more novels with orginality. But this story has very few grammar mistakes, is funny, interesting, and includes good ties with greek and roman culture. Keep going author! Looks amazing already.

Techman
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Really enjoyable story that has me hooked. Has the feel of Percy Jackson for grown ups. Lots of mythology references, including some less well known characters. Interesting story, realistic characterization, well written, with nice long chapters.

Give it a read and follow. I did!

Shameless_Shadows
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This book explores the Greek mythological world in a unique-yet-familiar way which integrates Roman mythilogy and names, the idea of a central demogod teaching system, yet with a lack of the adolescent peril whoch originally plagued Rick Riordan's novels. That said, I am going to call right now that Talia replaces Persephone as Hades' new squeeze. This is as of 10/4/19. Regardless, this is a great novel, and I am glad to read it.

Nayruke
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A RRL must read for 2019 and beyond

It’s in the point one percent of stories of RR that has excellent writing and grammar compelling characters, who actually feel real, and an interesting premise. I won’t comment on the plot because so far as of 10/10 the introduction of the story just rapped up but I will be following Pluto and will update my review accordingly. Just read it even if it’s not your thing the story is quantitatively better than the majority of stories you can find on the site.