Friday, September 3, 2021

Review: Elysium (Queen of the Underworld #2) by Dani Hoots @danihootsauthor


Queen of the Underworld #2

by Dani Hoots

Published: August 24, 2021

Publisher: FoxTales Press

Genre: Young Adult, Fairy Tales


The gates to Tartarus have been opened and Kronos is now destroying the world. The only way to stop him is to find the legendary Scythe of Kronos. As Chrys is searching for the weapon, Huntley must convince Hephaestus to create a new lock for Tartarus. Hephaestus, however, holds some grudges against the gods, and the goddess who has the Scythe isn't letting go of her treasures. On top of all this, Aether has made his move to try and become King of the Gods.

Will Chrys and friends be able to stop Kronos and Aether? Or will the worlds be forever changed?

This is the last book in the Queen of the Underworld duology.

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My Review:

Chrys has finally gotten what she wanted and that was to free her father, Hades from Tartarus. She has managed to open the gate to Tartarus and not only has her father escaped but there are some very bad people walking the Earth once again. By getting what she wanted Chrys has unleashed a horrible evil upon the world. She has started the end of the world.

Chrys is once again racing against the clock to try and find a way to fix another mess that she has caused. With the help of Hades, Zeus, Huntley, and other friends she is looking for a way to stop Kronos and Aether from destroying the world and come up with a way to destroy them or at least put them back where they came from.

Will Chrys ever find the happily ever after that she has been looking for, for a long time now? Will the Queen and the Prince of the Underworld ever get to live in peace? Can they save the world from doom? To find out all the answers and more one-click your copy of Elysium today to find out!

Elysium like its predecessor, Tartarus grab my attention from the first page and never let go until the last was turned. The suspense and the battle scenes alone were enough to keep the pages turning.

I loved the world that was created for Elysium and the Queen of the Underworld duology as I can’t get enough of dystopian books or books about Greek Gods and Goddesses and especially Hades and Persephone.

All the characters were just as amazing as the world-building itself. I could see the whole thing playing out in my head as if I was right there beside Chrys, Hades, Huntley, Persephone, and all the other Gods and Goddesses as they fought battle after battle. I would very much like to read more from this world, the world of the Underworld.

I do highly recommend Elysium and Tartarus to all fans of the Greek Gods and Goddesses. I would also like to recommend the Daughter of Hades collection as well. Grab your copies today to start an epic adventure into the Underworld!


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