Title: Revealing Hannah The Myth of Cassandra
Author: Laura Fedolfi
Released: April 13th, 2015
Reviewer: Crystal Crichlow
Rating: 4.5 stars
This book is the perfect example of why we shouldn't "judge a book by its cover." At first glance this book didn't look like something I would be interested in at all, but I'm not one to judge a book by its cover. This book has everything you could ever want in a novel about Greek mythology; romance, humour, intelligence and action. Laura Fedolfi has a good voice that could only be described as "art"
The main character is sort of clumsy but has a wit about her that makes the reader love her right away. Hannah doesn't know that the Greek gods are real, or that she would become the thing they planned to use in order to reclaim their glory and power. All she wants is to hand in her paper and make it through graduation, but around every corner are twists and turns and laughs that will keep you turning the page no matter what time of night it is. I wasn't a huge fan of Carl, but John was an intelligent bad ass whose wit and humor was matched only by Hannah. I don't know if Ladies' Home and Hearth is a real thing, but I want a copy.
I highly recommend this book to anyone with a love for Greek mythology (like me). There are a few typos here and there but nothing too distracting or annoying.