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Review: A Demigoddess Guide to Interplanetary Parenting by R.L. Andrew

October 3, 2018

Review: A Demigoddess Guide to Interplanetary Parenting by R.L. Andrew

About the book:

Erin exhaled and adjusted her pony tail. “You’re still helping me set up for the party when we get back aren’t you? You said you’d help me and be there the whole time. You can’t change your mind now. Hell, then I’ll have to organise everything myself. You always do this. I don’t know why I trusted you. That whole drugging me thing to get out of the mental hospital–that’s your true self, not the all high and mighty god you portray yourself to be.” 
Her daughter’s apparent mistrust sliced across Shayne’s wound upon her soul. ‘Oh yeah, I should totally have more kids. I’m so fucking good at the parenting thing. And I’m probably going to hell anyway.’ 
“Ah, ouch Erin. I knew you hadn’t gotten over that. I admit it wasn’t my best move but none of you believed me, and I had no other way. I’ve really changed in the last several months, you can’t deny that. Also on the same token you can’t keep holding things against me, and lastly, I never said I wasn’t going to help you.”

My thoughts:

Here we go again 🙂 Book two of this Aussie/interplanetary adventure kicks off with a bang. Still following Shayne’s adventures, she is now a demigodess (still crude and full of attitude) only now she has a fiance and children issues…

Daughter hates her, Step son hates her, illness biting at her heels and oh, yeah… an galactic war. All she wants is to smoke some weed and eat a gallon of chocolate.

Following both Shayne and Annu on their adventures, now we also follow Shayne’s human daughter Erin, who gets roped into her mothers dramas through no fault of her own, and boy she is not happy about it. From Earth “area 51 alien examinations” to war on Orion and uncontrollable wormholes on Jupiter this is a fun story to read.

R.L Andrew has a terrific voice in this series. it’s a crude, zany, madcap adventure full of attitude and godly powers.

You can read my review of book one here

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