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Goddess of Troy

Goddess Summoning, Book 6
Written by: P. C. Cast
Narrated by: Caitlin Davies
Length: 11 hrs and 5 mins

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In a bid to end the Trojan War, three powerful goddesses try to tame the incomparable warrior Achilles with the love of a modern woman

Goddesses Hera, Athena, and Venus have had it up to here with the Trojan War. So much devastation - all because of some silly male egos. The worst of the bunch is Achilles, the Greek champion whose powers have made him practically invincible. To stop him would be to end the war. But the only way to stop a man like Achilles is to distract him - with something far more pleasurable than combat.

The three goddesses seize their chance when a 21st-century beauty named Kat and her best friend perish in a car crash in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In no time, they shift the friends' souls into the bodies of a Trojan princess and her handmaiden, having no doubt that Kat will catch Achilles' attention. But time will only tell if her independent, fiery spirit can match the unquenchable fire of his epic rage.

(Also known as Warrior Rising.)

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  • Dreama1234
  • 25-01-19

Love It!

This book was so funny! I am a black woman so I loved that a black woman was big part of this story, thank you PC Cast :) Should you do it again please find a voice that is actually a black woman and not one that sounds like a queen. I can't say how much I loved the story and I am such a fan of this author. I like all of the goddess series but this one is my all time favorite.

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  • Babs
  • 18-02-20

Yikes

This was the final book in the series for me, and like before I thoroughly enjoyed the modern spin on my favorite Greek myths! However...the whole strong black woman who hates being white/ belittles everything about the situation in regards to being white was so obnoxious and shoved down the readers throat. We get it PC, you want the audience to know you're not only writing about white girls (and failing).

Also, GREEKS WERENT WHITE. So there were some real fucking bigoted statements I didn't quite agree with. Jackie was my favorite character but to me it felt like another white Author attempting to shove a token strong black character into a book with (but of course) the white girl as the lead. Hell even "white" Athena (not white PC...) had more romance development than Jackie. Overall disappointed with this book. I love PC Cast and her works but this one was just too ignorant in my opinion...could of been fine without it.

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  • prov1312
  • 15-02-20

simply amazing

loved it. the entire series was fabulous. great tie into the odyssey. I absolutely love the goddesses.

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  • XenaTooTall
  • 15-04-20

💖 Caitlin Davies!

I enjoy listening to her read many different P.C. Cast books and I can't get enough of her creativity!

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  • hershell
  • 05-04-20

wonderful book

loved it completely had me totally entranced love P.C cast books worth the listening

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  • A User
  • 05-02-20

What a waist of time...

The story was pretty good but the narrator! Ugggg. The only WSU to get to the end was jump to it.

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  • Guoe
  • 16-09-19

So ridiculous but so entertaining

This was honestly so much fun. The whole plot and idea and historical atmosphere were a bit on the side of ridiculous, but there were whole passages where I couldn’t stop laughing. Venus in particular is such a vapid treasure, and Jackie, the black woman who ends up in a white girl’s body, is so entertaining and quippy. Also the sex is surprisingly well written and toe-curling.