Curse of Death

Curse of Death When Medusa is caught between the god she serves and the god she loves there can only be one outcome Curse of Death is a FREE Touch of Death short story companion Discover the myth behind the series

  • Title: Curse of Death
  • Author: Kelly Hashway
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: ebook
  • When Medusa is caught between the god she serves and the god she loves, there can only be one outcome.Curse of Death is a FREE Touch of Death short story companion Discover the myth behind the series.

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    1. Mortal Medusa is supposed to serve goddess Athena, but another god, Poseidon, is handsome, charming, and attempts to woo her. Giving into him would mean Medusa is betraying her goddess. In this story we find out how Medusa gets her snaky hair and stone-inducing looks. This is a riveting short story for romance and mythology lovers.

    2. I love mythology, so this was a real treat! I liked how Kelly Hashway turned the tale of Medusa and Poseidon into a love story. She writes vividly, manifesting stunning images in your mind while you're reading. Curse of Death is also heartbreaking. At the end, we find out how Medusa becomes the serpent-haired monster we all know her as. I highly recommend this short story to all mythology lovers!

    3. This was a really quick read. It took me like 10 minutes to finish it. It basically is a fairytale retelling of how Medusa turned evil. It was nice and all, but I feel like this had a lot more potential.

    4. Love triangles seldom have happy endings, at least for one of the people involved. In Author Kelly Hashway’s novella, CURSE OF DEATH: THE LEGEND OF MEDUSA, we see the results of one triangle. The story of Medusa and Poseidon is a bit different than your ordinary story. Poseidon is the god of the sea. Even though Medusa was born to sea Titans, she’s human. So you can see a problem in their relationship right away. How can she live underwater with the sea god, when she needs air to breathe? Pl [...]

    5. I absolutely loved this tale of Medusa. I enjoy reading mythology stories and have always found Medusa fascinating and this story blew me away. It was a well written fast read filled with emotion and history from a unique perspective. I actually felt sorry for Medusa. I can't wait to read the rest of the series.

    6. Love the backstory! It makes sense, and it's nice to hear the story of how Medusa was made that way by something other than the myths.

    7. I read this mini story after book 1 and 2 and it made me love Medusa even more. Poor thing the gods were jerkfaces for sure. LOL

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