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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
Is Rani really just an astrophysicist? Socially awkward, but brilliant and beautiful, is there more to her than meets the eye? On the verge of taking a much-needed vacation to Greece, Rani starts hearing voices. It’s not the first time, but this is the most intense these voices have been. They are insistent that she helps them, but she doesn’t know who ‘them’ refers to. That’s not the only thing that’s quirky – somehow she’s managed to cause havoc in the skies; she’s released the constellations which re-take their very real, very Greek-like godly forms. And, if that’s not strange enough, she discovers who her parents really are and that she has some unexplained powers of her own.
Quirky? Amusing? Entertaining? Well, all of the above and hence the title of Glenda N. Rogers’ novel, A-Mused: My Big Fat Greek Mythology. There’s so much to like about this cozy little story: the quirky plot and irresistible characters, the unexpected changes to the skies above Earth which may cause its imminent destruction and so much more adventure. There’s also romance in the air: the Greek god type of romance, and it has its consequences, too. The author has woven a compelling plot that will both entertain and educate the reader (note the author’s sound knowledge of Greek mythology which she shares with ease). Greek mythology will never be the same after you read this story, and it’ll have you chuckling along with the characters, exotic settings, and unseemly scenarios. A fun read.