Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths
Random House LLC, 1966 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
The earth breeds giants and ogres of indescribable horror -- the heavens hold omnipotent gods and goddesses, abounding in courage, strength and wisdom.
Zeus, the almighty king of the gods, who cannot resist feminine beauty -- mortal or divine, and his jealous and vengeful wife, Hera.
Perseus, fearless mortal warrior, who takes on an impossible challenge: slaying the monstrous Medusa, whose glance turns men to stone.
The Minotaur, half-man and half-bull, the horrible fruit of a queen's unspeakable desire, who annually destroys the young victims sacrificed to his terrifying power.
A fantastic world of spells and curses, magic and mystery, forces that create and destroy at will.
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Review: Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek MythsUser Review - Kariman Hassan - Goodreads
Ridiculously over simplified but a good introduction to Greek mythology if you know nothing about it Read full review
Review: Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek MythsUser Review - Veronica Lozada - Goodreads
I would say that this book is written for a younger audience, for people who don't know anything about Greek myth. Read full review
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