The Gatekeeper’s Trilogy by Eva Pohler

thegatekeepers1When it comes to reading there is only one person I want helping me with reviews. That’s Jordan. He not only reads at a high school level he is a speed reader and will be brutally honest with me about books he’s reading. He is also beyond his years in maturity, so after reading a few reviews I asked him if he wanted to read them too, and maybe have a little challenge with me. So, I gave him and I both a challenge to read these books in one month and at the end we’d compare what we thought.

We took a month and both read and agreed not to talk to each other about the books until we were both done. Of course, he finished before me and finally when we were able to discuss we both agreed: These book are fabulous, well written and we can’t wait to read more!

I’m surprised by both of our thoughts on the books. If you love reading, or have a teen or preteen who does as well I highly recommend The Gatekeeper’s Trilogy by Eva Pohler.

The Gatekeeper's Trilogy Review - sixtimemommy.comSynopsis:
A teen becomes entangled with the gods of Mount Olympus when one of them, Thanatos, the god of death, wants his chance at love. He makes a deal with his father, Hades, but not all the gods want him to succeed.

Part paranormal romance and part adventure story, this trilogy follows Therese’s adventures as she struggles to overcome the challenges the gods dish her in her quest to become like them.

What Other Reader’s Are Saying:
Readers are calling this series “Amazing,” “Addicting,” and “One of the best modern retelling of ancient myth.”

Where to get the trilogy:
You can purchase the trilogy on Kobo, Smashwords, Google Play, Kindle, iBooks and Nook

Both Jordan and I were impressed with the writing of this book. Eva Pohler is an excellent author and we were pleasantly surprised at how we were both drawn into the series from a few pages in. I know for me, I stared off a bit iffy. I’m not one for books like these, I’m more into biography, memoir and another trilogy I will not name but these 3 books – they kept me entertained and wondering what was going to happen next.

I won’t give any details away, but if you are looking for a good read (or three!) I do recommend picking this trilogy up. Now, there are a few more books of Eva Pohler’s in this series I want to read when I get the time. They are on my list for summer reading. I’m anxious to see what happens next with the whole saga, and I look forward to reading more from Eva.

Could you see yourself enjoying this Trilogy? What kind of books do you like to read?

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I was given this product complimentary to review. However all opinions are mine and 100% true.

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