Thursday, August 6, 2015

Review Voice of Gods (Blood of Gods and Royals, #0.5) by Eleanor Herman

Voice of Gods (Blood of Gods and Royals, #0.5)
Voice of Gods by Eleanor Herman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


As the end of an age approaches, gods whisper horrors, families scheme for power, and one woman may hold the secret to a lost legacy.

At 19, Ada of Caria yearns to take the Snake Blood throne from her mad older siblings—and seeks the help of a young orphaned girl named Helen, the first True Oracle to have walked the earth in more than three hundred years.

Helen may be able to channel the voice of the gods, but she hates her gift, and will do anything to get rid of it—even lie to her best friend, Myrtale, the priestess-princess of Epirus who is destined to marry King Philip II of Macedon even though she loves another. And in the shadows lurks a handsome green-eyed stranger who has more at stake—and more to lose—than anyone could possibly imagine.Amid jealousy and heartbreak, torrid affairs and secret rendezvous, it is spoken by the gods that either Helen or Myrtale —newly named Olympias— will carry the destiny of the known world within her womb.
The prequel to LEGACY OF KINGS, VOICE OF GODS traces the intricate web of love and betrayal that led up to the birth of history’s most powerful leader, Alexander the Great.


In this book we got to know Helen and how she meet Ada and Myrtale (later on Olympias.

It was pretty interesting how in this book shows stuff that becomes important in the next book.

Most of my doubts of the next book, Legacy of Kings, were answered in this book.

It was nice seeing all the old characters in their youth and seeing how all got to know each other 

Thank to this book, I got to know Helen and read how much had she been through and because of that I think of her as a strong person.

Title: Read the book to know why it's called like that.

Characters: There is a lot of character development and I like it because of that.

Narrative: Third person, in the POV's of Helen, Ada and Myrtale.

Story: Since it have three different POV's the story it's different.

Setting: Greece, since 362 BC, through the years.

Conclusion: if you want to know more about Legacy of King, read this book, it's short and it will answer the mayority of question you may have.

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