Perséphone❮KINDLE❯ ✽ Perséphone Author Loïc Locatelli-Kournwsky – Perséfone es una joven aparentemente común ue no destaca en nada y ese es precisamente su problema Siendo hija adoptiva de la famosa maga Deméter lucha por encontrar su lugar junto a una madre cuyo Perséfone es una joven aparentemente común ue no destaca en nada y ese es precisamente su problema Siendo hija adoptiva de la famosa maga Deméter lucha por encontrar su lugar junto a una madre cuyo poder escapa a su comprensión Impulsada por pesadillas recurrentes y una curiosidad legítima Perséfone decide descubrir la verdad sobre los orígenes de su nacimiento embarcándose en una aventura épica ue la llevará al mismísimo inframundo Solo entonces se dará cuenta ue ella también ha heredado un poder.


Paperback  ñ Perséphone Epub Ä
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Perséphone
  • Loïc Locatelli-Kournwsky
  • Spanish
  • 08 May 2015
  • 9788494718410

10 thoughts on “Perséphone

  1. chan ☆ says:

    i need to pick up books that i know nothing aboutbecause this was fantastic it's a loose retelling of the greek myth of hades and persephone and it was just a complete delight the art style and the vibe of the story reminded me a LOT OF studio ghiblihayao miyazaki i personally find that a lot of standalone graphic novels feel incomplete and rushed but this was amazing start to finish i loved the simplicity of the narrative and i liked the contrast in familial relationships that was presented i don't want to be bold but i think this might be my favorite graphic novel that i've read this year i genuinely couldn't recommend this enough and now i think i might need to own a copy

  2. Rylee Richard says:

    This is a VERY loose retelling of what we know of Persephone SpoilersTwo factors make this story totally different from what we know #1 Hades is long dead #2 Persephone is a child It makes for an interesting mythology remix The art is charming—it reminds me of a rougher Adventure Time This one was an impulse buy because I liked the cover a common trap for meUltimately the story is about Persephone finding her own path outside of her mother’s impressive shadow But it’s also about her bond with her mother Persephone loves and respects Demeter and struggles to find her own calling given that her talents are way different than her mother and she’s unable to follow in her footsteps There’s no forced marriage plot which makes for a safer modern children’s story I’d say this is a middle school YA age range I’d lean towards middle school for most of it except for the theme of self discovery identity which is of an adolescent thing It’d work for both groups

  3. Rod Brown says:

    An awkward adaptation of the Greek myth of Persephone in the underworld into a very bland fantasy world setting that mixes modern day diners with sword wielding mages The story is dull the characters flat and the art vague and sketchy Meh

  4. amanda (*´-`) says:

    i very much enjoyed this definitely one of the better graphic novels i have read

  5. Lori C says:

    I'm giving this two stars because the art is charming That said this is barely a retelling of the myth and a story about a kid with the same name It devalues the romance of the original focusing on being an anti war PSA I didn't finish it

  6. Stephanie says:

    It was lovely but I think I would've liked it better if it wasn't Persephone if he had just made up whole new charactersworlds

  7. Tamsien West (Babbling Books) says:

    Lovely retelling of the myth of Persephone and Hades Beautiful illustrations

  8. Claire says:

    Beautiful artwork interesting characters a compelling world The plot could have been a bit better but otherwise I'm glad this is on my shelf

  9. Luciana says:

    Persephone is a very charming story of seeing the 'other' side of a conflict and finding yourself Very loosely based on the Greek myth of Hades and Persephone it takes the names and locations to build a new story of it's own Visually it is very reminiscent of a Ghibli movie building on a magical world filled with life with characters that seek for the good in things and legends that are larger than life The specific design and illustrative aspects were interesting The drawing style isn't super polished but it didn't need to be It told the story perfectly and was able to capture emotions really well It is a testament that things don't have to be realistic or perfect to tell a dynamic emotive story effectively The locations were absolutely charmingI enjoyed looking at it very much and the story was a pleasant surprise

  10. Jonna Kristina says:

    ”the winners always make themselves look good don’t they?”persephone is a very loose retelling of the hades and persephone myth following young girl persephone as she is captured and brought to hadesit’s a coming of age story at its center heavily featuring a mother and daughter relationship as well as a place with a lot of history of war it’s filled with absolutely gorgeous art and has a sweet and exciting plotit’s nothing groundbreaking but if it sounds interesting to you I would definitely recommend it read for the reading rush challenge to read a book with purple on the cover

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