Thursday, September 2, 2021

Review: Tartarus (Queen of the Underworld #1) by Dani Hoots @danihootsauthor


Queen of the Underworld #1

by Dani Hoots

Published: July 13, 2021

Publisher: FoxTales Press

Genre: Young Adult, Fairy Tales


She will stop at nothing to bring her father back.

Chrys has searched all of the Underworld to find a way to open Tartarus and bring her father, Hades, back to life. It was her fault he was sent there and she doesn't care if she begins the end of the world to save him. Finally finding a clue on how to open the gates to hell itself, she leaves the Underworld and searches for the god Aether.

Will Chrys get the answers she is looking for? Or will she have to live with the guilt for the rest of her eternal life?

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My Review:

Chrys is desperately searching for a way to save her father, Hades from Tartarus as she blames herself for him being there. Chrys will do any and everything it takes to save him and get him back even if it is the last thing she ever does.

Huntley is trying his best to reach Chrys and keep her from doing anything that will cost her and everyone else dearly in the long run. Huntley is chasing all over the underworld and above for his beloved Chrys to save her from a faith worse than death, maybe.

I felt bad for Chrys as the guilt of her father being sent to Tartarus is eating her alive. Her whole life now is being obsessed with finding a way to save her father. The guilt is so bad that she can’t think of anything else so she is not thinking about the outcome of what it is she is about to do or release.

Poor, poor Huntley you can just see the love he has for Chrys pouring out of every pore on his body by the things he does. Everything he does is to benefit Chrys in some way or another. Nothing he does in his life is really for himself.

Tartarus is a short read but it packs a lot of punch. It keeps you on the edge of your seat rooting for Chrys the whole way just hoping that she will do the right thing and that everything will turn out great for her in the end.

And speaking of the end I didn’t see that one coming, well not really, although I kept wondering how it would end. The ending was not a big shocker but I will have to admit it was a little surprising and I can’t wait to dive into the next book Elysium to see what is to come next.

It is now time to one-click your copy of Tartarus for another great adventure into the life of Chrys, daughter of Hades from the Underworld. If you are into Greek mythology, the Underworld, Gods and Goddess then Tartarus, Queen of the Underworld is the book for you. Don’t forget to check out the Daughter of Hades Collection as well. I would suggest reading Daughter of Hades before reading Tartarus. 


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