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Mythos Academy by Jennifer Estep

A Gypsy teenage girl named Gwen Frost had a Psychometry gift which enabled her to feel the emotion and see the memories attached to the object or person.

Series Title: Mythos Academy
Author: Jennifer Estep
Genres: Paranormal > Magic > Mythology
Read Format: Kindle Edition
Total Pages: 2,335
Reading Date: 16th March 2018 ~ 06th April 2018

The Reading Order – How to Read Mythos Academy by Jennifer Estep

  • 0.5 First Frost (Short Story)
  • 1 Touch of Frost
  • 1.5 Halloween Frost (Short Story)
  • 2 Kiss of Frost
  • 3 Dark Frost
  • 4 Crimson Frost
  • 4.5 Spartan Frost (Short Story)
  • 5 Midnight Frost
  • 6 Killer Frost

This series’ heroine was a Gypsy teenage girl named Gwen Frost. She had a Psychometry gift which enabled her to feel the emotion and see the memories attached to the object or person.

At first, Gwen studied at a normal school. However, when her mother passed away, her grandmother enrolled her in the Mythos Academy. A school for teenagers with special abilities.

Until she got to the school, Gwen had no idea that Mythological warriors such as Amazon, Valkyrie, Roman, and Spartan existed. She also learned that she’s descended from a long line of Nike’s Champions and that she was supposed to save the world from Loki and his follower, the Reaper.

However, she ended up freeing Loki which was against her will, and she had to figure out how to stop him from creating the second chaotic war.


I liked the storyline, but because I was annoyed with the repetitive descriptions as well as the unnecessary sentences to describe the noises, I didn’t give it a five-star rating. You will often see these phrases: Clash-clash-clang, Swing-swing-swing, Swipe-swipe-swipe, Thwack-thwack-thwack, Caw-caw-caw, Tap-tap-tap, click-click-clicking, squeak-squeak-squeak, rasp-rasp-rasping, jingle-jingle-jingle, beep-beep-beep and many more.

There’s also a recap of the story from the previous book in every book, this, of course, would benefit those who didn’t read the book continuously.

On the other hand, I was glad that the author included some cuteness in this book. I adored the Fenrir Wolf and also Vic, Gwen’s talking sword. It’s fun to read Gwen’s interaction with the wolf and also the two swords throwing an insult to one another during the battle.

The author had also started writing another series based on this book called Mythos Academy: Colorado. It’s about Gwen’s cousin, Rory Forseti and her mission to save the world. This series was just completed last year, and I might read it one day!


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