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What the community says about Persephone the Daring
- "I sort of have a love hate thing with this book (my daughter loved it, I - well, I didn't hate it, I just didn't love it). It's pretty gossipy and cheerleader-y and that's my disappointment with the whole series. But I'm old (as my daughter likes to say) and my daughter is young and this is just the thing for her. I don't know if you could say that this is the best book in the series, though. My daughter reads and rereads them all. I think her personal favorite is the one about Medusa (she was Medusa one Halloween, so perhaps that's why). For preteens, though - and particularly girls, this is a fun series. "
- "The book itself isn't exactly bad, but we are talking about teens and Greek mythology. I think they're able to handle much more than a romanticized book with a good bit of fluff to it. Even if you fail to get into the darker parks of Greek Mythology, you can still find solid stuff."
- "Again, I think "young adults" may be pushing it here. This book series is definitely geared toward children who are much more likely to take this kind of sophmoric analog to actual mythology seriously. I think that most people in the young adult range would have difficulty reading this book unless they were reading it to a younger sibling, but I suppose one never knows."