Mythically captivating | Cyn’s Book Review of The Goddess Test (The Goddess Test, #1)

By: Cynthia A. By: Aimée Carter Published: April 19, 2011 Publisher: Harlequin Teen Series: The Goddess Test Genre: Young Adult, Mythology, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy Every girl who has taken the test has died.  Now it’s Kate’s turn.  It has always been just Kate and her mother, but now the events have added Henry into the mix, a man who is dark and tortured, brooding, who just so happens to claim to be Hades, the God of the Underworld.  Kate is sure []

Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians: Book 4)

Some things just get better with age. I acknowledge that that may have been incredibly lame…my apologies, but it was apt. Percy Jackson is approaching his final year and as he gets closer, the forces of Cronus grow larger. Adventure at it’s finest…well not it’s total finest. Annabeth was annoying in this book. Granted her annoyance was due to her human failings it was a bit hard to believe that she was a daughter of Athena. In the book, the facts were []

God of War dev ‘pulled back’ from violence against women

By: Eddie Makuch Kratos will fight a varied host of beasts and humanoids in upcoming action game God of War: Ascension, but don’t expect the game to place much focus on violence against women. Speaking to IGN, Sony Santa Monica game design manager David Hewitt elaborated on the line the team draws with regards to violence. “There are some things we’ve pulled back from. I think where this has been an issue is with violence against women,” he said. “The team’s pulled []