Greek mythology

A-
Atalanta

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. ...

B-
Electric Idol

Katee Robert continues her exploration of Greek and Roman mythological tales with Electric Idol, which retells the story of Cupid (or Eros) and Psyche. While the world building is good and the romance well-paced, the tale misses out entirely on the best point of tension in the legend, making it some ...