Goddess

Goddess Cover

Goddess

A Starcrossed Novel

By Josephine Angelini

Harper Teen, Hardcover, 9780062012036, 423pp.

Publication Date: May 28, 2013

Description

International bestselling author Josephine Angelini concludes her action-packed Starcrossed trilogy with Goddess a romantically-charged page-turner that Newsday raved was a "clever reworking of Greek mythology."

After Helen Hamilton accidentally unleashes the violent gods from their captivity on Olympus, she and her friends must imprison them before their thirst for war and blood take over the world. But the gods' fury already has a body count, and time is running out. With Lucas Delos's life hanging in the balance, and their once-solid group of friends now divided, Helen must face this battle alone, while also deciding who has her heart Lucas, or the possible Tyrant, Orion.

With a masterfully-woven plot and epically-high stakes, the compelling twists and turns in Goddess will leave readers completely spellbound.



Praise For Goddess

Praise for STARCROSSED: “A gorgeous, haunting saga that completely swept me away.”
-Lauren Kate, New York Times

praise for STARCROSSED: “A supreme mix of mythology, brutal action and heart rending romance. The perfect summer read.”
-Chicklish (blog)

praise for STARCROSSED: “One of the most cinematic books I’ve ever read. Dramatic and intense! I can’t tell you how many times I gasped while reading this book. Starcrossed plays out like a movie in your head.”
-Sophie Jordan, New York Times bestselling author of FIRELIGHT

praise for DREAMLESS: This fantastical dual-world page-turner introduces more abhorrent mythological creatures while reuniting readers with Helen’s supportive high-school friends, as well as the crazy Delos family, who anchor her between the real and mythological worlds.
-Booklist

praise for DREAMLESS: “A thrilling tale about love, friendship, family, and determination you won’t be able to resist!”
-KidsBookShelf.com

praise for DREAMLESS: “Compelling…Brutal…This romantic, action-packed tale will appeal to ‘Percy Jackson’ fans who are ready for more mature fare.”
-School Library Journal