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3.0 out of 5 stars
Worth a punt if you can buy a cheap edition, 30 Nov. 2011
The central conceit is unoriginal - I'm not a great lover of fantasy but even I can think of Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams and Thorne Smith writing similar works, and that's without Amazon making helpful hints such as Maria Aragon's "Deux ex Machina" which in its similar content and cover makes me wonder if comedy about classical gods in modern times is actually a new sub genre like pastel coloured chick-lit. And sadly I found the content is serviceable rather than inspiring or particularly amusing. I only came to this book after looking up the author when she was credited as co-writer of the very funny Warhorses of Letters on Radio 4 and I can only assume the jokes in that came from her co-author.