Circe (Audiobook) By Madeline Miller

  • Name: Circe Audiobook

  • Author: Madeline Miller.

  • Published: April 10, 2018.

  • Series: None.

  • Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Novel.

  • Rating: 4.3 Star Review.

Audience Review: Circe Audiobook:

Circe Mp 3 is a 2018 novel by American author Madeline Miller. Set during the Greek Heroic Age, it is a variation of different Greek fantasies, most strikingly the Odyssey, as told according to the point of view of the witch Circe. The novel investigates Circe’s history and portrays Circe’s experiences with fanciful figures like Hermes, the Minotaur, Jason, and Medea, and at last her sentiment with Odysseus and his child, Telemachus.

In a survey for the New York Times, Claire Messud depicts Miller’s Circe as “pleasurable,” endorsing its women’s activist topics and its “profoundly psychologized, redemptive and at last exculpatory record” of Circe’s recognizable story.

Circe’s Audiobook Unabridged is about the heavenly little girl of the titan Helios and naiad Perse. Considered ugly and frail from birth, Circe’s initial life is desolate until she becomes hopelessly enamoured with the human angler Glaucus. Crushed by his mortality, Circe finds a method for making him a divine being: she changes him into his ‘actual structure’ utilizing the sap of mysterious blossoms, filled in soil that was once doused with the blood of the titan Kronos.

Presumptuous in his godliness, nonetheless, Glaucos rejects Circe for the fairy Scylla. Circe’s desire makes her utilize the blossoms’ wizardry once more, unintentionally changing Scylla into a murderous six-headed beast.

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About Madeline Miler:

Madeline Miller (July 24, 1978) is an American writer, writer of The Song of Achilles (2011) and Circe (2018). Mill operator went through ten years composing The Song of Achilles while she functioned as a Latin and Greek educator.


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