Quiver



Quiver Quiver Pdf Author Stephanie Spinner Capitalsoftworks.co.uk It Was Artemis, Goddess Of The Hunt And Mistress Of The Wild, Who Rescued The Abandoned Baby Atalanta, Sending A She Bear To Nurse Her And A Band Of Hunters To Raise Her In Safety Now Sixteen, Atalanta, Famous Archer And Swiftest Mortal Alive, Has Devoted Her Life To The Goddess.When Strangers Appear In Atalanta S Village One Day, They Bring Shattering News The Father Who Forsook Her Is A King And He Has Summoned His Daughter With A Simple, Chilling Command Marry And Produce An Heir Fleet Footed Atalanta, Determined Not To Betray Artemis, Counters With A Grim Proposal She Will Marry The First Man To Outrun Her In A Footrace, And Those She Defeats Must Die It Is Atalanta S Desperate Hope That No Man Will Be Foolish Enough To Meet Her Challenge.

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[PDF] ✎ Quiver  ✐ Stephanie Spinner – Oldtimertips.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 177 pages
  • Quiver
  • Stephanie Spinner
  • English
  • 13 January 2017
  • 0440238196

10 thoughts on “Quiver

  1. Set says:

    I love the story of Atlanta but I hate one particular ending and this book did not fail to provide the undesirable ending but it is easily forgiven because it was only two and a half pages I loved how in this version Atlanta made it very clear that woman are to be wary of the woods because drunk, homicidal, rapist Centaurs are on the loose And it was also very funny how Meleager spontaneously combusted right before Atlanta s face And I absolutely loved the dialogue between the deities and how I love the story of Atlanta but I hate one particular ending and this book did not fail to provide the undesirable ending but it is easily forgiven because it was only two and a half pages I loved how in this version Atlanta made it very clear that woman are to b...

  2. Beth says:

    Spinner retells the Greek legend of Atalanta, a royal born fosterling with athletic grace whose father and king orders her to marry in spite of her vow of chastity and devotion to the goddess Artemis When Atalanta consents to race potential suitors on the condition that losers die and only the man to beat her will win her hand, Eros intercedes with his arrow of love More in this version than in others, Atalanta seems a strong female character with some control over her destiny, in spite of her Spinner retells the Greek legend of Atalanta, a royal born fosterling with athletic grace whose father and king orders her...

  3. ★ℕłℂØℓҾ★ (Nix) says:

    I definitely used to like this book better when I was younger This reread left much to be desired The plot moves along much too quickly, although I still very much enjoyed the story And I definitely did not remember the ending, which too felt a bit thrown together and rushed.

  4. Krista the Krazy Kataloguer says:

    Interesting retelling of the myth of Atalanta.

  5. Katie Robinson says:

    This was an OK adaptation of the myth of Atalanta Spinner didn t do much to leave her own unique mark on the tale, but it was told well The stakes didn t feel too high and I didn t really get a great sense...

  6. Mia says:

    Exactly what I m looking for in a Greek myth book a detailed, fictional version of a classic story that doesn t stray from the original tales Loved it All I wish is that I could have gotten to know Hippomenes characterbefore the story ended Loved the twist at the end as well Overall, I m satisfied.

  7. Nicole says:

    Stephanie Spinner wrote a great book that made me feel like the Greek mythology she talked about was actually real Definately worth looking into.

  8. Debbie says:

    When her father abandoned her to die in the woods as an infant, Artemis sent a bear to nurse her Raised by the hunters who found her, Atalanta runs like the wind and can hit any target with her bow and arrow When she turns sixteen, her father, a cruel king, summons her back to his palace and demands that she wed and produce an heir Afraid to betray the vow of chastity she made to Artemis, she tells her father that she will only marry the man who can beat her in a race The losers will be put When her father abandoned her to die in the woods as an infant, Artemis sent a bear to nurse her Raised by the hunters who found her, Atalanta runs like the wind and can hit any target with her bow and arrow When she turns sixteen, her father, a cruel king, summons her back to his palace and demands that she wed and produce an heir Afraid to betray the vow of chastity she made to Artemis, she tells her father that she will only marry the man who can ...

  9. Juliefrick says:

    Meh Basic retelling of Atalanta that doesn t add much depth I did like the banter between the gods, but other than that Spinner didn t really add anything to the story.

  10. endofmarch says:

    I love retellings Of myths, of fairytales, of classics novels Any retellings of any kind I am fascinated by them, I enjoy wondering and discovering how an author will re invent an old, often well known, tale I am endlessly surprised and amazed at the seemingly endless ways a story can be approached and retold without ever getting boring.This is why Quiver, by Stephanie Spinner, has been sitting in my to read list for nearly two years, until, finally, I got my hands on it last week In her de I love retellings Of myths, of fairytales, of classics novels Any retellings of any kind I am fascinated by them, I enjoy wondering and discovering how an author will re invent an old, often well known, tale I am endlessly surprised and amazed at the seemingly endless ways a story can be approached and retold without ever getting boring.This is why Quiver, by Stephanie Spinner, has been sitting in my to read list for nearly two years, until, finally, I got my hands on it last week In her debut novel, Spinner tackles a Greek myth And let me tell you,...

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