✿ Persephones Orchard (The Chrysomelia Stories, #1) kindle Epub ❃ Author Molly Ringle – Thegreatwallonline.us

Persephones Orchard (The Chrysomelia Stories, #1) The Greek Gods Never Actually Existed Did They Sophie Darrow Finds She Was Wrong About That Assumption When She S Pulled Into The Spirit Realm, Complete With An Underworld, On Her First Day At College Adrian, The Mysterious Young Man Who Brought Her There, Simply Wants Her To Taste A Pomegranate Soon, Though She Returns To Her Regular Life, Her Mind Begins Exploding With Dreams And Memories Of Ancient Times Of A Love Between Two Greeks Named Persephone And Hades But Lethal Danger Has Always Surrounded The Immortals, And Now That She S Tainted With The Underworld S Magic, That Danger Is Drawing Closer To Sophie.

✿ Persephones Orchard (The Chrysomelia Stories, #1)  kindle Epub ❃ Author Molly Ringle – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 370 pages
  • Persephones Orchard (The Chrysomelia Stories, #1)
  • Molly Ringle
  • English
  • 09 May 2017
  • 1926760980

10 thoughts on “Persephones Orchard (The Chrysomelia Stories, #1)


  1. says:

    Okay, so when you think of Hades, the Greek god of the Underworld, you might picture someone like this Or this. Or even this But what if Hades lookedlike this Mm, hmmthat s what I thought Being above ground is overrated, right o Anyone who is fond of Greek mythology will absolutely love Persephone s Orchard, but you definitely do not have to be to enjoy this book, which definitely puts a different spin on the story of Hades and Persephone than you have ever come across or Okay, so when you think of Hades, the Greek god of the Underworld, you might picture someone like this Or this. Or even this But what if Hades lookedlike this Mm, hmmthat s what I thought Being above ground is overrated, right o Anyone who is fond of Greek mythology will absolutely love Persephone s Orchard, but you definitely do not have to be to enjoy this book, which definitely puts a different spin on the story of Hades and Persephone than you have ever come across or ever will again And for the die hard mythologists did I just totally make up that word those two are not the only gods and goddesses that appear in the story There s also Hermes who is hilarious, by the...


  2. says:

    Going off to some inaccessible place with a guy she barely knew It was not her usual style and not an activity she d recommend to anyone she cared about Then again, several people at tonight s campus parties were probably hooking up with strangers too though insexual and less supernatural fashion Apparently having casual sex poses the same risk as going off with some creeper who has already kidnapped you once without...


  3. says:

    I actually really liked this book When I first realized that this was one of those Persephone reincarnated into the modern day things I have to admit, I was nervous I ve read a lot of versions of Persephone though I waited until my first book was completely drafted and in queries until I did, just to be safe with the exception of L.J Smith s Forbidden Games that was my favorite book when I was twelve, seriously, read it , and I ve seen that done several times without it ever actually seemi I ac...


  4. says:

    Where is the sequel I need the sequel To me, this book deserves a lotrecognition than what it currently gets It is marvellous, and this is coming from a history mythology geek From the moment I picked up the book with the intention to read a first few pages before going to bed I couldn t put it down I got wrapped up in the story and couldn t do anything but read this amazing book Molly did an amazing jo...


  5. says:

    It had to unleash some invisible magic, he thought Hades and Persephone, joining together again within these black and holy stone walls, for the first time in millennia As they indulged in enjoying one another, how could they not be reactivating some power within the Earth itself Surely they were at least bringing autumn storm clouds rolling and thundering over the Mediterranean.But probably every boy felt that way when finally in bed caressing the girl he lovedI quoted the excerpt abovIt had to unleash some invisible magic, he thought Hades and Persephone, joining together again within these black and holy stone walls, for the first time in millennia As they indulged in enjoying one another, how could they not be reactivating some power within the Earth itself Surely they were at least bringing autumn storm clouds rolling and thundering over the Mediterranean.But probably every boy felt that way when finally in bed caressing the girl he lovedI quoted the excerpt above because it is just one of those magical pieces of prose that, in the Coleridgian sense, is poetry In other words, it produces all the right words in all the right order.I read P...


  6. says:

    First I would like to mention I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.The first thing that comes to mind is Holy Wow batman I loved this book I am a huge fan of Greek Mythology and reading Persephone s Orchard put a whole new spin on it for me I m also a huge believer in reincarnation a and have taken my own past lives test Reading Hades s and Persephone s story going back and forth between realms was totally cool Hades was just so loveable too in this story and I ju First I would like to mention I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.The first thing that comes to mind is Holy Wow batman I loved this book I am a huge fan of Greek Mythology and reading Persephone s...


  7. says:

    Opini o em portugu s no blog Pepita M gica received a digital arc from the author through Fangirls and Fanboys group from Goodreads in exchange for an honest review.I need to start this review by stating that I m a huge Ancient Culture lover, especially Greek Culture chiefly about its mythology Therefore, while I was taking my degree I took several classes about this theme, even though the main focus of my degree was performing arts and cinema Hav Opini o em portugu s no blog Pepita M gica received a digital arc from the author through Fangirls and Fanboys group from Goodreads in exchange for an honest review.I need to start this review by stating that I m a huge Ancient Culture lover, especially Greek Culture chiefly about its mythology Therefore, while I was taking my degree I took several classes about this theme, even though the main focus of my degree was performing arts and cinema Having said that, any book that uses myt...


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    Sophie Darrow has left her family s produce farm to start her freshman year at the University of Oregon She s trying to turn over a new leaf, far from her old boyfriend and the tension she senses in her parents relationship The last thing she expects is to be drawn into the peculiar but intriguing world of a mysterious boy, Adrian, who keeps showing up in rather unlikely places and ways.The story begins in media res, a phrase I have loved since my high school Latin class, where I learned to Sophie Darrow has left her family s produce farm to start her freshman year at the University of Oregon She s trying to turn over a new leaf, far from her old boyfriend and the tension she senses in her parents relationship The last thing she expects is to be drawn into the peculiar but intriguing world of a mysterious boy, Adrian, who keeps showing up in rather unlikely places and ways.The story begins in media res, a phrase I have loved since my high school Latin class, where I learned to love both epic literary devices and the mythical stories they embellished And yes, the story begins literally with a b...


  9. says:

    An absolutely enthralling read It was all consuming while I was reading I have always been fascinated with the myth of Hades and Persephone and this was such a sweet and fun twist on the story I also really appreciated the way that Molly Ringle slowly introduced the complicated parts of the story i.e., reincarnation, gaining memories of past lives, becoming immortal, tracking other people through magic, andFantasy can be difficult to read if the author assumes you come in knowing mor An absolutely enthralling read It was all consuming while I was reading I have always been fascinated with the myth of Hades and Persephone and this was such a sweet and fun twist on the story I also really appreciated the way that Molly Ringle slowly introduced the complicated parts of the story i.e., reincarnation, gaining memories of past lives, becoming immortal, tracking other people through magic, andFantasy can be difficult to read if the author assumes you come ...


  10. says:

    Wow Just wow Did I say wow Persephone s Orchard is amazing Ms Ringle gives us a clever and new retelling of the myth of Persephone and Hades and in addition, gives us their modern counterparts in two very real, very likable characters Books like this and Suzanne Collins Hunger Games turned me on to YA books I wish they d been around when I was reading B is for Betsy and The Pink Dress, I wouldn t have had to read those books, because Persephone s Orchard is my kind of story ro Wow Ju...

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