Aphrodite’s Curse

‘Aphrodite’s Curse’, beautifully narrated by Phaedra via deathbed letter as the poison slowly drains her of life, takes us through the tales of the rise and fall of the Palace of Knossos, King Minos and Theseus along with all the ensuing tragedies orchestrated by Aphrodite’s Curse which affects many and sets the unstoppable wheels of tragedy in motion.
Compelling reading for an understanding of Ancient Greek myths and the motivations of the women and another startlingly satisfying ending from Luciana Cavallaro. Thoroughly enjoyable. Read it if you enjoy classic myths and great storytelling.

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2 Responses to Aphrodite’s Curse

  1. Luciana says:

    Hi Melpomene
    Thank you so much for the great review!
    Luciana :)

  2. Melpomuse says:

    You’re welcome Luciana! Really enjoying your short stories.

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