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Set In Stone: The Life & Death of Medusa (Book) - 2/15/2010 4:04:58 PM
When I was first invited to a special preview event to read Set in Stone: The Life and Death of Medusa, I was excited. After having read the novel, not only am I still excited, I’m also honored for having had the opportunity to read it before the general public. What an exquisite journey into Greek Mythology! Right from the very beginning, with the prologue, R.C. Berry thrusts the reader into a new world. A pair exploring a cave in Greece comes upon an astounding discovery of an ancient sculpture. The two marvel in the beauty of the feminine form before them, questioning why such a masterpiece is without a head. R.C. Berry quickly answers the query, when she eloquently, begins the tale of the life and death of Medusa. Berry’s descriptive storytelling grabs hold of the reader, and doesn’t let go until they’re fully immersed in the decadence that is, Mount Olympus. Right away, introducing the most recognizable Greek god and goddesses, R.C. authentically captures the essence of ancient Greece. We get a glimpse of the gods at play, as Berry shows us how insignificant mortals were to the great gods. R.C. Berry introduces a Medusa unlike ever seen before. Most people have a preconceived notion of who she was, but Berry changes everything we ever thought we knew about Medusa’s life and death. The back story told in this novel, is enough to make one believe that this, is the true story surrounding the Greek myth. The fast pace of the storytelling makes it difficult to stop turning the pages. What I really love about the novel is the fact that there is something for everyone to enjoy. The hopeless romantic to the hard core Greek mythology buffs will find this a great read. After experiencing Set in Stone, I found myself rethinking my fondness of certain gods and goddesses, and am certain others will too. Well done R.C. Berry!

Apparently (Poetry) - 2/16/2010 10:52:36 AM
i like this...thanks patmedlin

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