Reading progress update: I've read 80%.

The Lost Sisterhood - Anne Fortier

This is a plot oriented story. The narrative is divided between the past and the present.

In the past we follow the story of two sisters, whose paths will join those of the legendary Amazons. Troia, and Paris end up being having a fulcral point on the story.

What i can say, is that after a long, long, boring start (20/30%), the story does become more interesting, mainly due to Paris and Myrina.

Let's say that Fortier paints a very favorable portrait of the trojan prince.

 

On the other hand, the contemporary narrative reads as an eighties thriller. The characters have no depth, and as such i couldn't care if the main character were to disappear...also the "romance" seems to have been inspired in James Bond "courtship guide"....