Reading with a Side Of

Hi Everyone! It’s Becky. I am a big fan of the MCU. I adored WandaVision, enjoyed The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and now I’m al in for Loki. To celebrate the return of the God of Mischief here is a list of mythological books and food worthy of the gods.

Ambrosia Salad from Delish

Food for the Gods from Panlasang Pinoy

Valhalla Coffee from Food 52

“ambrosia salad” by yi is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

The Goddess Test by Amiee Carter

High school student Kate has returned to her dying mother’s hometown. Kate is not looking forward to starting a new school while helping her ailing mother. Kate’s world is turned upside down when she met Henry, a handsome, brooding boy who claims to be Hades. Henry promises Kate he can keep her mother alive if Kate will stay with him and take on the trials to be named his new Queen of the Underworld. Kate will do anything to help her mother, but she may lose her heart to Henry.

Half-Blood by Jennifer L. Arementrout

Alex is a half-blood descent of the ancient Greek gods. She has been in hiding with her pureblood mother for the past three years when they are attacked and her mother killed. Alex must return to the school that will teach her place in their society. Alex embraces her role as Sentinel-in-Training, their society’s protectors but can accept their roles about her possible destiny and who she is allowed to love.

Stork by Wendy Delsol

Katla LeBlanc has just moved from Los Angeles to Minnesota. Katla doesn’t feel like she belongs in her new home until she learns she is part of a secret society known as The Storks, a group of women with a mystical task. Katla begins to settle into her new life with a job as a fashion columnist at the school newspaper. Katla begins to make friends even as she clashes with Jack, the handsome editor of the school’s newspaper. Katla’s new life is upturned when she uncovers a secret that connects her fate to Jack’s.

Do you have a favorite mythology based book? Add your pick to the comments section!

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