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What the community says about Aphrodite the Diva
- "With the lowered intelligence of tweens today, it's wonderful to have a book that's got easy words and cartoonish images. Also, I love the diversity involved! The nasty, evil white males are just background wallpaper to the strong, perfect women, who are all colors. My partner and I love being able to have our children read these!"
- "These are cute stories for young girls. My daughter is 8 and she really likes this series. It is similar to a teen show you would see on television, but it gets her reading so I don't mind. She has learned a bit about Greek mythology too so that is an added bonus."
- "I liked this book because it had a sweet ending that I did not expect, Ares gave no clues about what he was planning to say to Aphrodite. I would recommend this book to 8-11 year old girls because after that they think it is to girly or something else and they think it is for kid's but what they don't know is that it is so well written it is hiding the history of the Trojan horse in it's own way. I gave it five stars because I really feel you did an exceptional job writing the book, great job"
- "No, just no. Listen, maybe as a kid and maybe if they want more of a doll-like story, or lighthearted nonsense. However, if you're looking for actual mythology. The tales of Odin's cunning, Ragnarok, Zeus and his lust or the other mythologies.. Then go elsewhere and get a real book."
- "This is definitely an interesting take on Greek mythology and is definitely geared toward children. So, I would definitely not go so far as to say that it is one of the best books on Greek mythology. Although it does present some facts about the goddess it is all filtered through chewed bubblegum and made palatable for younger readers. If you have a young son or daughter and wish to foster an interest in Greek mythology then this might be the place to look."