Review: The Gatekeeper’s Trilogy by Eva Pohler
A young adult fantasy about the ancient gods in modern times.
A teen becomes entangled with the gods of Mount Olympus when one of them, Thanatos, the god of death, wants his chance at love. He makes a deal with his father, Hades, to go to the upperworld to win Therese’s heart, but not all the gods are happy.
Part paranormal romance and part adventure story, this trilogy follows Therese’s adventures as she struggles to overcome the challenges the gods dish her in her quest to become like them.
Follow Therese’s adventures as she strives to become a goddess in the ancient Greek pantheon.
This trilogy includes The Gatekeeper’s Sons, The Gatekeeper’s Challenge and The Gatekeeper’s Daughter. The book series is geared towards teens, but I enjoyed it. My son is a HUGE fan of Greek Mythology and because of that I’ve spent my fair share of time learning about it. These books were refreshing to read(because they weren’t sexual. I’ve been reading the Anita Blake series ) and a little bit morbid, which I like. I don’t think my son would enjoy these as he’s at a point where he doesn’t really enjoy anything having to do with a love story and these are about a Greek God who falls in love with a girl, who in turn falls in love with him, despite all the crazy stuff they have to go through. I do think however my daughter will love these when she’s a little older. (I’m still going to try to get my son to read them, I still think he’d enjoy them despite the looooove) Overall these are good books and would be great for the teen who doesn’t just want to read about a love story, but wants to read about fighting and pain too.
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