Emiline Reports on Aphrodite the Diva
by Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams
Me, well I personally don't get into people's love live's. But it sounds like somebody should tell Aphrodite that!
Back at Mount Olympus Academy, Aphrodite got a D for her hero-ology class because it started the Trojan war. She had a lot of ideas but finally came up with the best idea she could possibly think of. Since she was the one and only goddess of love, she would start a lonely hearts club for mortals. But apparently she is not the only goddess of love. In Egypt, there is another goddess of love--Isis.
When the two goddesses meet, they have a contest to find out who is the true goddess of love. Find out who wins in Aphrodite the Diva.
I like everything about this series of books. They are full of action, drama and tragedy. And sometimes, they are so humorous. I've also learned a lot from reading this series, like: not to be a diva, not to judge people and not to turn people into spiders. I've also learned a lot about Greek Mythology.
As a matter of fact, I chose this series because my brother was reading Percy Jackson and I wanted to give Greek Mythology a try. I am so glad I did.
Aphrodite the Diva has all the action you can get from Divas. I give it five out of five monsters, plus one bonus monster for the entire Goddess Girls series.You should really read this great, gorgeous series.
To find this book go to your school library or local library, or you can find it at your local Indie Bookstore, Barnes and Noble, or Amazon.
Find out more about one of the authors of this series here-- http://joanholub.blogspot.com/
To find out more about this series check this out-- http://series.simonandschuster.com/Goddess-Girls/books