From Debbie Wiley Book Reviews
Tera Lynn Childs
hunts monsters with only her mentor, Ursula, as her companion. She’s
used to being on her own but Nick and Grace aren’t willing to accept
that. Grace is shocked to find out she has a sister, an identical
sister at that, and she’s not willing to let Gretchen go… even as their
worlds seem so very different. But what will Grace and Gretchen
do when they realize they are actually triplets and that fate has
something special in store for them?
Tera Lynn Childs does a phenomenal job at creating three very distinct
voices for Grace, Gretchen, and Greer. Each chapter focuses on one
particular sister’s viewpoint as we see the story unveil through their
eyes. The book is written in first person with each chapter stating
whose viewpoint will be told in that particular chapter.
Greek mythology collides with the present day in this fascinating twist
on the Medusa legend. SWEET VENOM is the first in a trilogy and thus
there are some unresolved questions at the conclusion of the tale. Tera
Lynn Childs writes a tale that is quick to read but is full of
intrigue, adventure, and strong female characters. Bravo!
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books (September 2011)
by Debbie, Debbie Wiley Book Reviews