The Goddess Legacy is sort of a cute addendum to the series. It’s a chance for some of the other characters in the series to narrate things from their perspectives, most of them events that happened long before the beginning of the series.
After the disappointment of the last book, this one wasn’t much better. Kind of to be expected, since the major antagonist and the conflict is the same, but hey. What can I say?
I didn’t really love the Titan story arc in this series. It felt kind of like a cop-out. Why couldn’t there be other problems for Kate and the other gods to deal with, rather than some ancient-as-time supposedly unbeatable pre-god god? It was just way too implausible and, to be honest, kind of annoying.
I was kind of hoping that this novella would be light and fluffy, but of course not. Why would a vacation to Greece just be a vacation to Greece, especially in a series that focuses on Greek mythology in the modern world?
A long time ago, when I was in high school, I had a bit of an obsession with Greek mythology and ancient Greece in general. I’m not really sure where it came from originally, but it was helped along in large part due to – don’t laugh – the television series Hercules and, later, Xena: Warrior Princess. Yes, really. For quite a while, I read or watched anything I could get my hands on that dealt with Greece, and then in my first year of university, I moved on without a second’s thought and never looked back.