Books by Jennifer Saint


This is Jennifer Saint’s masterpiece. Elektra was good. Ariadne had its flaws. But Atalanta is excellent; a retelling of the myth of Atalanta that breathes and cries and roils with emotion. It’s well worth reading, but the slightly rote treatment of the myth means it isn’t a perfect A grade. ...


It’s hard to avoid spoilers here.  The story of Ariadne – daughter of King Minos, gatekeeper of the labyrinth, doomed to be locked up on the isle of Crete to care for her brother, the Minotaur – is famous to many a Greek mythology fan, and Jennifer Salt does not deviate far from the main body ...