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  • Paperback: 464 pages
  • Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books; Main Market Ed. edition (23 May 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0330529765
  • ISBN-13: 978-0330529761
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 2.8 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
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Josephine Angelini was born and grew up in Massachusetts. A real-live farmer's daughter, she is the youngest of eight siblings. Josie graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in theatre, with a focus on the classics. She now lives in Los Angeles with her screenwriter husband . . . and she can still drive a tractor.

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The third and final book in the internationally bestselling STARCROSSED series

About the Author

Josephine Angelini is a Massachusetts native and the youngest of eight siblings. A real live farmer's daughter, Josie graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in theatre, with a focus on the classics. She now lives in Los Angeles with her screenwriter husband . . . and she can still drive a tractor.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By megamad4books on 6 Jun. 2013
Format: Paperback
There are always a few things that go through my mind when I am about to start the final book in a much loved series. The main being, will it end as I want it to? And so I have come to the conclusion that no series, for me, will ever end as I want it to...why? Because I will always be saddened that there will be no more books. Fortunately though Goddess was an amazing finale, although I'm still left wanting more. Damn you Josephine Angelini with your clearly fated talent!

It did take me a while to get back into Angelini's world because it had been so long since Dreamless had been released. I was utterly confusedover the situation with Matt and it did take me a good seven chapters to understand what was going on. Another thing that confused me was the names. Oh My God! The names. I honestly gave up trying to remember who people were in Troy and then who they were today. Despite these bits that I just sort of skimmed over (it would have made more sense if I read each book right after the previous one) I truly did love this book.

Greek mythology has always fascinated me, any type of religion really...as we all know. But I adored Angelini's twist on it. The concept of cycles was intriguing, and although it was obvious who the Tyrant truly was I loved the mixture of fate and free will. We get to see glimpses of the other lives that Lucas and Helen shared, and I was jumping up with glee when they also turned out to be Guinevere and Lancelot. Gosh! It was like this fantastical mixture of my favourite stories. Amaze-ing.

If you have read the other two, which you must, you will know that everything was leading up to this EPIC battle. And was it EPIC! Angelini is an amazing storyteller, who draws her readers in and won't let them go until they are left wanting more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Annie on 2 Jun. 2013
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Okay so I LOVED the first book (my god, that ending), regretted the second book (erg, love triangle) and this one… I really enjoyed. I read it in one sitting and it redeemed this series for me because it gave me all the happy, sappy romantic endings I wanted, a huge battle scene and of course… the Greek freaking gods. Oh my.

I came into this book a little bit blind because I had not read the other books for like a year and there are so many characters in this series. But thanks to excellent writing I found my bearings pretty quickly. It starts up right at the end of book 2, when pretty much all the Scions are still injured and in recovery mode – but fear not because as always, while lying in bed, Helen is having some pretty intriguing dreams.

You might think by this point the trilogy would have run out of new characters to throw at us, but instead we meet Andy (who is great: half-siren, independent, caring and pursued by the horny god Apollo) and Matt’s character takes on a whole new purpose in this series from the very start of this book – that was a sucker punch and a half.

This was a very fast paced book despite how often it switched between points of view (Helen’s, Lucas’, Hector’s, Andy’s, Helen’s mum’s…). This series has such well rounded, complex characters and a plot so choc-a-block with suspense and squeal worthy moments, that not matter whose point of view you’re reading, you’re hooked. I’d definitely compare it to a perfect meal – yum!

I have to say I am SO happy about how Josephine Angelini resolved the Lucas-Helen-Orion love triangle – both boys HEAs were perfect. I was a bit surprised by the openings the ending left for a possible fourth book (isn’t this a trilogy?
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I have to admit, after flying through the first two books in this series, I struggled to get into this one a little. While I felt that this story started out stronger than Dreamless, I still felt it didn’t capture my attention from the get go.

I think what confused me were Helen’s memories from past lives. Although they are explained much later in the story, they threw me slightly as they weren’t clearly marked as a different POV.

As I read, the action was building and building, I hoped that this wouldn’t end up the same as Breaking Dawn. Every Twilight fan I know personally, got frustrated with the fact that nothing actually happened. Thankfully, Goddess didn’t fail that way. The battle that is inevitable, is contained. It works very well.

Helen once again is the back bone to this book, but some of the supporting cast of characters step up to the plate and really come into their own. Matt, Orion, Lucas, and even Daphne play pivotal roles in helping Helen save the scions. She struggles with her feeling for Lucas and Orion, as is natural for a teenager her age, special powers aside.

Lucas is also struggling. With the addition of new powers, he’s unsure he’s worthy of much. He also has jealousy issues about Helen and Orion. It’s clear they care for each other, but it was very obvious to me that something is building between him and another character – something that felt much more right than the idea of Orion and Helen together. That coupling never rang true to me.

Overall, Goddess is an excellent ending to this trilogy, but I did find myself left with some unanswered questions.
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