Circe by Madeline Miller⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Circe just doesn’t fit in with the other gods and goddesses. Her own family ridicules her. When she is finally cast away, it is a relief. She can now live as she wishes and practice her “pharmaka” or witchcraft.


Madeline Miller weaves known Greek Mythological stories of Circe with fleshed out storytelling of Circe’s childhood and life on the island of Aiaia.


Miller’s writing is beautiful and timeless. Circe’s voice is vivid and Miller masterfully switches from narrative to dialogue and back. Circe’s inner musings give the character a lovely nuance. Circe is all-knowing at times and yet stubborn and judgmental at times.

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