This fan site is dedicated to American author E.D. Walker, author of Heir to the Underworld
Feisty Frederica Fitzgerald is just one day shy of her sweet sixteen when she’s nearly run over by a tall, dark dreamboat on a big black horse. Freddy can deal with the running over part—no harm done. The problem is the rider, Mr. Sex Bomb himself: Polydegmon, son of Hades and heir to the Greek Underworld. Freddy’s hooked on Polydegmon from the start (although dude, togas went out of style several thousand years ago). Being near him is enough to make her tingle down to her toes. But he’s got secrets he isn’t sharing, and trouble follows him closer than his own shadow: rabid dogs running around the suburbs, insane crows stalking Freddy and, worst of all, the feral fairies of the Wild Hunt trolling her hometown for their next bit of human game. The closer Freddy gets to Polydegmon, the weirder her life becomes, until Freddy discovers something about her own past that changes everything she ever thought she knew about herself. And her world…
"I really enjoyed this book...All the characters are funny and real, ... very relatable and genuine; you never get the feeling that [the heroine] shows any emotion that would not be completely justified for any of the odd situations she seems to find herself in."
Review on Amazon,com: ~4 Stars from Megan at Night Owl Reviews
Heir to the Underworld was the second book I have read by E.D. Walker and she hasn't failed me yet! A great Young Adult book that doesn't delve too far into the unwanted, this book is a fun mash of your Celtic Mythology meeting your Greek. The unique idea to combine both pantheons and watch them interact through the book makes it something you don't want to put down the entire time. The main character, Freddy, is witty and fun in a way that can be easy for the reader to relate to and make the reader want to get to know her better. And as for the main hotty, well you really should just read the book and trust me on this one, he's worth it!
All in all Heir to the Underworld is a wonderful read I would recommend to anyone who's a fan of Fantasy or Paranormal books!
Review By Ashley Brunts on Amazon.com