A super quick and fun look at the story of theseus and the minotaur in quirky silly and sometimes dirty verse!
This dark retelling reads like rap lyrics and blends exquisitely flawed characters with madness, heartache, and bawdy humour.
This was so unexpectedly incredible. Bull is a hilarious take on the story of Theseus and the Minotaur. Poseidon was so funny and full of sass (he reminded me a lot of Deadpool) but I won't lie, in the beginning I wasn't sure how I felt but then, as the story progresses, I couldn't help picturing myself watching the story played out in a theatre before me. This was such a dark, twisted, beautiful story that had me hooked.
I don't usually like novels in verse. I don't usually like 'updated' classics. But that was misleading. This is only updated in language, not the author trying to merge the myth with the modern world.
Five thousand stars. Funny and beautiful and painful and I want everyone to read it. It's only 200 pages. If you like poetry, if you like mythology, if you like emotionally strong books that carry their own weight with few words, even if you just want a little bit more of a grown-up Percy Jackson, you'll love this one.
And then find me so we can talk about it.
Fans of Hamilton will be delighted by this updated retelling of Theseus and the Minotaur. Poseidon is the perfect irreverent narrator! I found this to be a quick read and a hilarious update to one of my favorite Greek myths! I also loved Elliott's explanation of the poetic styles he used at the end. Be warned: this is not a light, Rick Riordan-style retelling of Greek myth. Elliott doesn't shy away from the sex and violence of the original.
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