Ariadne: A Tale of the Minotaur (Heroines of Classical Greece #2)

Ariadne A Tale of the Minotaur Heroines of Classical Greece Three thousand years before The Hunger Games a conquered nation was forced to send their finest youths to fight and die facing an invulnerable creature they had no hope of overcomingIADNE A Tale of

  • Title: Ariadne: A Tale of the Minotaur (Heroines of Classical Greece #2)
  • Author: S.D. Hines
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Three thousand years before The Hunger Games, a conquered nation was forced to send their finest youths to fight and die, facing an invulnerable creature they had no hope of overcomingIADNE A Tale of the Minotaur is a contemporary retelling of the classic tale of Theseus and the Minotaur, a story with twists and turns than even the Labyrinth holds Prophesied in lThree thousand years before The Hunger Games, a conquered nation was forced to send their finest youths to fight and die, facing an invulnerable creature they had no hope of overcomingIADNE A Tale of the Minotaur is a contemporary retelling of the classic tale of Theseus and the Minotaur, a story with twists and turns than even the Labyrinth holds Prophesied in lost Atlantis, the Grand Conjunction is rapidly approaching, the day when a unique astrological alignment makes all things possible But is at stake than the fate of young Theseus, prince of Athens, and his fellow Athenian tributes This single day will decide the destiny of nations, a vanished people s resurrection and give birth to a god.It is also the story of Daedalus and Icarus, of an immortal yearning for love, and the greatest and basest that humanity offers A power will soon be released that will destroy the world unless it is tamed by the newborn god who is born of a man and monster But who is the man, and who is the monster The secret lies not only in the Labyrinth, but IS the Labyrinth And the only person who can save two worlds and tame the monster is the weakest and meekest of all Ariadne, the beautiful daughter of Minos, king of Crete.

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      S.D. Hines

    About Author

    1. Currently living in Alaska and providing health care to the Alaskan Natives, S.D.Hines loves hiking, backpacking in remote places, being a dad, and obviously writing The Author of MEDUSA and ARIADNE A Tale of the Minotaur, he is working on ARACHNE all on Kindle.

    One thought on “Ariadne: A Tale of the Minotaur (Heroines of Classical Greece #2)

    1. Great way to get into Greek mythology.I was not too familiar with the Ariadne story other than her part with helping Theseus in the Labyrinth This story gave some good background and character development of Ariadne who is a heroine, indeed.I also liked learning about the Minotaur and watching his character and person evolve throughout the story Fascinating.And, this story s perspective of Theseus makes a well rounded version one who is not as golden as portrayed in other retellings.


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