Book: Clotho's Child by Sophia Myerscategories: Book, Urban Fantasy, Greek Mythology, Moirai, Clotho, Lachesis, Atropos, Paranormal Fantasy
Sophia Myersabout this book: Is it our mortality that makes us human? Would we learn from our mistakes if we felt no pain?
In Greek Mythology, there were three Sisters of Fate (the Moirai). Clotho spins the thread. Lachesis measures the thread. Atropos cuts it. On impulse, one of the Moirai decides that she wants to adopt an adorable infant. However, the sisters have tried this before and things didn't turn out so well. Clotho didn't get her chance and she wonders what could possibly go wrong. Perhaps she can learn from her sisters' mistakes. In this story, Clotho finds out what it's like to be a mother.
Will she do a better job than her sisters or are the Moirai too ill equipped to be parents?
What happens when a little girl gains immortality and nothing can hurt her?
Will the Moirai shape this little girl into an amazing person or a treacherous unfeeling monster?
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