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  • Hardcover
  • 256
  • Great Goddesses Life Lessons from Myths and Monsters
  • Nikita Gill
  • English
  • 05 July 2018
  • 9781529104646

10 thoughts on “Great Goddesses Life Lessons from Myths and Monsters

  1. says:

    ‘why be a half finished poem in some forgotten poets story when one can be an odyssey in and of herself’ this book is exactly what it claims to be feminist poetry about greek myths nothing nothing less this is my first collection by nikita gill and although i found many stunning verses and elegant prose throughout im not uite

  2. says:

    ''They murmur in the beginning of everything;from the bones of Chaos rose a girlwho built the universe the starsthe planets all because she was looking for a place to dance'' What if the Olympians were given the chance to narrate their lives and the demands of Fate? What if the gods and goddesses the women of mythology we

  3. says:

    35 starsI think the average reader's experience with Great Goddesses is going to depend heavily upon what you're looking for I tried to review this fairly with a middle of the road rating because as a poetry collection it didn't work There's

  4. says:

    I loved this author's previous book Fierce Fairytales Poems and Stories to Stir Your Soul and was so excited when I saw she had a new book coming out Unfortunately I just did not engage with this one at all There

  5. says:

    there will never be a time I don’t give feminist mythological reimaginings 5 stars they are so incredibly important to the way we think of

  6. says:

    This is a poetry collection and because in my opinion reading poetry is a very personal experience it’s always very hard for me to write reviews about it what I can say is that I absolutely loved this book how it took so may known stories and showed us some new versions of them I liked it almost as much as Nikita’s

  7. says:

    45 stars 🤍

  8. says:

    As much as I love Mythology this one flopped Nikita Gill has an amazing concept and I’m a huge fan of her poetry collections but this book lack an emotional impact

  9. says:

    35 stars There were poems in here that gave me goosebumps but there also ones that were lost to me However I did find myself growing into the book the further I read and the I understood about the Gods so maybe this is one for a re read

  10. says:

    I was waiting to read something about Circe but she's not here 😢 Also Medea Andromache Cassandra Chryseis and women I was expecting so much but I got lost interest when I keep reading about the Gods than the Goddesses That part of Medusa

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Great Goddesses Life Lessons from Myths and Monsters

Empowering life lessons from myths and monsters Wonder at Medusa's potent venom Circe's fierce sorcery and Athena rising up over Olympus as Nikita Gill majestically explor. 35 starsI think the average reader s experience with Great Goddesses is going to depend heavily upon what you re looking for I tried to review this fairly with a middle of the road rating because as a poetry collection it didn t work There s no rhythm or flow to 90% of the writing much of the text feels a little repetitive and passages than not instilled about as much of an emotional response as the average textbook would On the other hand as a collection of tales about Greek deities it works fabulously Gill does a splendid job of subverting old tropes and offering new perspectives into the stories of many beings in both positive and negative ways I ll leave you with a few of my favorite uotesSomewhere inside my heart I misplaced my faith misunderstood my own origin story became a person half tragedy misery and I started to relish it I revelled in this losing of everything that I thought I was the lack of self care the drowning becomes such a needful thing when you think there is nothing left to look forward to This is the story told in hushed tones It is the version of the tale they do not want you to know After all what is powerful than women who know all about the blessed fires inside them that grow Sometimes I watch Girl become Goddess and the metamorphosis is magnificent than anything I have ever known Sometimes I pray for the living in meAnd sometimes I pray for the dead Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury rising up over Olympus as Nikita Gill majestically explor. 35 starsI think the average How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim reader s experience with Great Goddesses is going to depend heavily upon what you The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) re looking for I tried to Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic review this fairly with a middle of the Earthfall (Homecoming, road A Daddy for Christmas rating because as a poetry collection it didn t work There s no Banned in Britain rhythm or flow to 90% of the writing much of the text feels a little Hour of the Beast repetitive and passages than not instilled about as much of an emotional Dictionary Of Dreams response as the average textbook would On the other hand as a collection of tales about Greek deities it works fabulously Gill does a splendid job of subverting old tropes and offering new perspectives into the stories of many beings in both positive and negative ways I ll leave you with a few of my favorite uotesSomewhere inside my heart I misplaced my faith misunderstood my own origin story became a person half tragedy misery and I started to The Love of a Latino relish it I Other Days, Other Eyes revelled in this losing of everything that I thought I was the lack of self care the drowning becomes such a needful thing when you think there is nothing left to look forward to This is the story told in hushed tones It is the version of the tale they do not want you to know After all what is powerful than women who know all about the blessed fires inside them that grow Sometimes I watch Girl become Goddess and the metamorphosis is magnificent than anything I have ever known Sometimes I pray for the living in meAnd sometimes I pray for the dead

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Es the untold stories of the life bringers warriors creators survivors and destroyers that shook the world the great Greek GoddessesVividly re imagined and beautifully ill. I loved this author s previous book Fierce Fairytales Poems and Stories to Stir Your Soul and was so excited when I saw she had a new book coming out Unfortunately I just did not engage with this one at all There were a few poems I really liked but for the most part my eyes just flicked across the lines seeking something in the words that I didn t find If you re really into Greek mythology you might enjoy this than I did It s not awful it just didn t captivate me like Fierce Fairytales did

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Ustrated step into an ancient world transformed by modern feminist magic 'I watch Girl become Goddess and the metamorphosis is magnificent than anything I have ever known'. 45 stars


About the Author: Nikita Gill

Nikita Gill is a Indian Sikh writer brought up in Gurugram Haryana in India In her mid twenties she immigrated to the South of England and worked as a carer for many years She enjoys creating paintings poems stories photos illustrations and other soft positive things Her work has appeared in Literary Orphans Agave Magazine Gravel Literary Journal Monkeybicycle Foliate Oak MusePiePre