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(From Kickstarter) In his ancient hymns, Homer tells us of the unyielding Lord of the Dead who kidnapped the innocent daughter of Demeter. He tells us quite a bit, in fact, for someone who wasn’t there.

Persephone is no tragic victim, but a kind young woman held in place by her overbearing mother. A failed scheme by Apollo leads her to a chance encounter with the humorless Hades, who is struck by love’s arrow. Now he must wrestle with his aching heart before he loses control entirely.

...Not that the infatuated Persephone has any complaints regarding Hades' plight.

As desire blooms between the secluded goddess of the harvest and the ruler of the underworld, the world changes both above and below.

Allison Shaw, creator of comics Far to the North and Tigress Queen, drew on her passion for mythology and ear for modern dialogue to create an updated myth for …

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Yes I am into all kinds of retellings of the Persephone / Hades Myth, fight me!

5 stars

I think it would be natural to compare this to Lore Olympus, especially since I happened to read them both around the same time.

This is its own telling, neatly wrapped up in one volume. It is NSFW though, if that's a problem