April 2, 2013

Review: Murder on Olympos by Robert Warren

Murder on Olympos

Writer: Robert B. Warren

Translater: -

Language: English

Page Number: 376

Publisher: Dragonfairy Press


At first glance, the Gods of Olympus are as different from one another as salt is from sugar. Despite their bickering, they share a universal bond, a thread of commonality that unites them.

They’re all jerks.

After a stint with the Olympic Bureau of Investigation, Plato Jones is through with the Gods and their political games. Against his protests, he's drawn into a murder investigation, where the murderer's targets are the Gods themselves.

 What I expected was a crime book with a supernatural twist in it. Was it up to my expectations? Only saying yes is not enough because it was more than that there was adventure, there was suspense. At some chapters even though I had to I couldn't leave the book. It was thrilling and absorbing. Though I would expect an insight to what it is like to be a God. They act like jerks for Plato Jones but if you live 1 million years also you would probably act diffrent from everybody else and you would have a good reason for it. It could have been bit deeper I guess.

Overall I would recommended it as a good book to read in a free time. It's not a must-read life changing book but it was fun to read.

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