Review!!! Curse of Prometheus: A Tale of Medea by Morgan St. Knight

Review!!! Curse of Prometheus: A Tale of Medea by Morgan St. Knight

Curse of Prometheus: Tale of Medea

By: Morgan St. Knight
Genres: Paranormal, urban fantasy
Pages: 275
Publisher: Morgan St. Knight
Published on: 2014-02-01
Review!!! Curse of Prometheus: A Tale of Medea by Morgan St. Knight

How do you fight a god of light who has been seduced by darkness? That's the challenge Medea Keres must meet. Posing as a wealthy young heiress in modern day Atlanta, no one knows she is the original Medea, the sorceress from ancient Greek legends. As priestess of the witch goddess Hecate, Medea is charged with hunting demons that would otherwise overrun the world. Now she must face a far greater adversary. One of the twelve shining Olympian gods has turned rogue, violating the edict against human sacrifice. As the body count quickly rises, Medea knows her enemy is getting stronger. With the help of the underworld nymph Orphne and the hero-god Heracles, she must find a way to unmask the evil so that the other Olympians will take action. But as she probes deeper into a blood-soaked labyrinth of suspense and intrigue, Medea finds a net of deceit and treachery that will require all of her cunning to escape.


I received this book for free from Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


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I am a pretty big fan of mythology, and Morgan St. Knight did not disappoint in her rendition of Medea and her friends Orphne and Heracles.


In this book Medea has to hunt down baddies while still maintaining some visage of her true identity, without letting anyone know who she really is.  Tall order?  yup, but whatcha going to do when you are a priestess of a pretty kick ass goddess.


I think that the characters are well written and you really connect with them.  They are not flat, meaningless people on a page, but real people with real issues.  The conversations are really good, although some times for me they feel a little forced, but it does not detract from the book at all.


I enjoy Ms. St. Knights writing and I really think that she has a really bright future in the writing world.  I am looking forward to reading the sequel to this book as well as any others that she has in the works.


It is a solid 4 fanged book. Also I suggest anyone that enjoys mythology to give it a chance, you may find you really love Medea in the present day.


4 stars


Tour giveaway:


1 Kindle Fire HDX 7 16 GB (with special offers)


5 Kindle Copies of Curse of Prometheus: A tale of Medea


To win, you just have to follow Morgan on Twitter @MorganStKnight and send a tweet that says “Entering giveaway for CoP”. Only one tweet is necessary, but you must send that one tweet to know you’re interested in entering the giveaway.


Additionally, Morgan will be giving away 2 copies of “Curse of Prometheus” each week of the tour. Everyone who enters for the Kindle giveaway on a given week is automatically entered for that week’s book giveaway.


And yes, if you win a copy of the book, you are still in the running for the Kindle giveaway.

About Morgan St. Knight

Morgan St. Knight live in Atlanta, and is a lifelong student of mythology, the occult, and comparative religion. With more than 25 years of experience as a journalist, Morgan enjoys the occasional foray into fantasyland to escape the grim realities of life. He is currently working on the sequel to "Curse of Prometheus" and is developing a second paranormal series which also takes place in the South.

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