Goddess Interrupted. ( ratings by Goodreads); by Aimée Carter; Miniseries: A Goddess Test Novel; On Sale: Mar 27, Aimée Carter was born in and raised in Michigan, where she currently resides. She started writing fan fiction at eleven, began her first original story four . I didn’t remember falling asleep, but when I woke up, Ava was gone and Pogo snored in the indent she’d left in the pillow. Sighing, I took.
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After just finishing the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series where every aspect of the Greek god’s role in humanity was described and fleshed out, I felt like The Goddess Test’s interpretation was never explained and fell short.
So I don’t know whether all the information in this book was true. Lots of Henry in there. So as you can see, the concept of immortality gave me a massive headache with all its rule bending and vagueness.
Book Review: Goddess Interrupted (The Goddess Test #2) by Aimee Carter
Also, she was weirdly obsessed with Henry with only having been with him in person for six months. I could’ve held off on the second book but NOOO! Or how about the fact that Rhea mourned over the loss of Calliope but cared not at all about Ava, her granddaughter, having sacrificed herself. I think it’s love at first sight WHY? Out of everything that Walter did yoddess Kate and Henry I think that it will be a long time before they will forgive him, and since all three of them are immortal, I do mean a very long time, maybe a couple hundred years.
She loves you, you know.
This book was full of action, twists, turns, love, hate, revenge, heartbreak, and everything else in the world! But when it comes to dealing with immortals, Kate still has a lot to learn The journey allowed Kate to face her fears.
In my review of The Goddess Test, I called Kate “relentlessly self-flagellating”, and that has not changed. It was an engrossing story, yet it felt unfinished… I wanted more Henry! But thankfully those last 50 pages or so really did bump up my enjoyment level for this one.
Her self-esteem hinges on whether or not Henry loves her, and after his neglect, she spends much of the book under a never-ending cloud of agonized doom. I loved Kate, although she has always been A beautiful conclusion to what has officially become one of my favorite series.
I can not wait to get my hands on The Goddess Inheritance. I can’t decide between a 1 star or 2 stars, so I’m gonna think through everything and write out a review to organise my feelings about this book: So what was so bad about this one? I was literally devastated by the last pages of Goddess Interrupted, with its cliffhanger that had left me in crisis for days.
The Goddess Inheritance (Goddess Test, #3) by Aimee Carter
I have to say, I enjoyed the depth of character development that Carter took me to. He loved her, so Hera started a war; if she dies, Henry will undoubtedly spontaneously combust with grief, and there goes the entire world, because the gods can’t stand up to a Titan without him.
I’m so sad that the series will come to an end with this book. But there were good things about it” and YES, that’s true. I’d thought C Oh my god that summary. Not angry as carteg I didn’t like it, but angry as in “How intrrrupted [insert character] do that to [insert character]?
He could watch from a distance, knowing she was happy. I love her so very deeply that I cannot stand the thought of what will happen to her during this war. To be honest this book reminded me a lot like one of those direct to video Disney sequels. And the odd thing was that I almost started to sympathize with him. Yeah, this book succeeded partially in that, but not fully, and I was not exactly thrilled with how everything turned out.
It is interesting to see how things pan out. To us or Kate?
Well this one had the meanest cliffhanger Kate Winters has won immortality. Who will live and who will die? This can’t be the sequel to The Goddess Test And this is the second fucking chapter. We spend page upon page reading the same thing. Good enough but I felt her first two books were stronger. Kate comes to the conclusion that it’s not, though; she just really hates Ava for a great laundry list of things resulting from her betrayal, and no amount of Ava apologizing or taking care of her child or helping her escape will ease that resentment.
While the first book, Goddess Testwas structured around the possible relationship between Henry and Kate, Goddess Interrupted takes things up a notch. While the stakes are high for all the members of the council in Goddess Interrupted, the story mostly centers around Kate’s internal thoughts and feelings and her relationship with a number of characters.
If there’s a major issue, I might fix it later, but for now, enjoy!