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The 411:
After trying to figure out what she can do to get her crush, Ethan, to ask her to the Valentine’s dance, she goes to her grandmother’s house to help clean out the attic. While there, Jordan finds a bracelet that looks like a prop from one of her favorite movies. She puts on the bracelet, not knowing that it once belonged to Hathor, an Egyptian mythological goddess of love and merriment. She puts on the bracelet, has a strange feeling, and thinks about Ethan. After some crazy things happen, including Jordan hearing voices in her head and feeling strange sensations from the bracelet and Selena’s crush asking her to the dance, Jordan goes home and comes face to face with Hathor:

Hathor smiled, making her even more gorgeous, but her icy gaze still pierced me. Then, she raised her arm and pointed at me. “The bracelet will give you the power to have all the romance you crave and even more. But choose wisely, or else…” Uh-oh. Or else what?

Hathor has fun causing all kinds of trouble for the girls at their school, then things go into pretty much utter chaos. We can’t tell you what happens without giving it away, but this book has it all: drama, romance, history, paranormal witch-craft-type-stuff and and an evil goddess. You name it.

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What We Loved:
We seem to be on a mythological kick and were excited to read this one. We loved her friends and how much they relied on each other. There’s a lot to be said about loyalty and trusting your friends, even if what they say seems to be totally unbelievable :) We loved this:

“Just remember you don’t need magic to make things happen.”

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Um...Not So Much:
Okay, first of all, there are bugs in this book. Yes, they’re harmless glittery green scarab/beetles, but we don’t care. We. Don’t. Like. Bugs.


This book was kind of slow-moving for us at times and unrealistic. Not including the entire Egyptian goddess wreaking havoc on her school thing. LOL There’s also a kind-of Lord-of-the-Rings-must-have-the-precious vibe coming from the bracelet and while we totally get why everyone felt that way about the Ring, we didn’t really understand how this bracelet could have that kind of force. And why her grandmother “forgot” about it and left it up in her attic, if that were the case.

There were also a lot of Audrey Hepburn references in this book. We love Audrey as much as the next girl (and *swoon* Gregory Peck), but if we didn’t know anything about her or her movies, we feel like we would have been lost.

We would have also liked more swoon. But that’s probably a given.

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The Boys:
Andrew. Jordan’s other BFF. He was cute and sweet and we loved him from the very beginning.

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The Girls:
Jordan was fun, and pretty typical for what most teens are today. She loves Audrey Hepburn and is a good friend.

Selena. Jordan’s BFF. A great friend to have. Funny and real. We loved her.

Hathor. The Egyptian goddess. She was fun, even if she was mean.

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Bottom Line:
If you’re looking for a cute story with high-school antics and a heavy dose of paranormal laced with mythology, No More Goddesses by Kim Baccellia is right up your alley.

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What We Think Will Happen Next:
Though the story doesn’t end in a cliff-hanger, Baccellia left it wide open for a sequel involving Aphrodite. We’d love to know what happens with Jordan and the gang, especially Andrew.

Gotta love this!


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