Immortal's Spring: Volume 3


Product Details

$19.99  $18.59
Central Avenue Publishing
Publish Date
5.0 X 8.0 X 1.2 inches | 1.0 pounds

Earn by promoting books

Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.

Become an affiliate

About the Author

Molly Ringle was one of the quiet, weird kids in school, and is now one of the quiet, weird writers of the world. She likes thinking up innovative romantic obstacles and mixing them with topics like Greek mythology, ghost stories, fairy tales, or regular-world scandalous gossip. She's into mild rainy climates, gardens, '80s new wave music, chocolate, tea, and perfume (or really anything that smells good). She has lived in the Pacific Northwest most of her life, aside from grad school in California and one work-abroad season in Edinburgh in the 1990s. Molly Ringle became fascinated with the colorful weirdness of the Greek myths when she was a kid, and after writing several other novels of love and the paranormal, she finally wrote the Persephone-and-Hades story that had been evolving in her head all those years. It turned into a three-book series, much to her own surprise (The Chrysomelia Stories). Molly currently lives in Seattle with her husband, kids, corgi, and a lot of moss. Her growing list of successful titles include: The Chrysomelia Stories 1. Persephone's Orchard 2. Underworld's Daughter 3. Immortal's Spring Eidolonia 1. Lava Red Feather Blue 2. Ballad for Jasmine Town The Goblins of Bellwater All the Better Part of Me Sage and King


"This was a beautiful story, and I'm really excited to see how it unfolds in future installments of the series." --Kaitlin Bevis, author of Persephone

"Captivating from start to finish, as fraught with intrigue as it is with romance, this is the perfect end to an unforgettable trilogy." --Jamie Deacon, author, Caught Inside
"I read Persephone's Orchard a year ago and it still remains one of the most unique and engaging retellings of the Hades and Persephone myth I've ever read." --Rachel Alexander, author, Receiver of Many
"The lion's share of this final volume is a slow boil, but while there's more introspection than in previous volumes, Ringle provides a thoroughly satisfying thread-tying conclusion." --Publishers Weekly
"Immortal's Spring pulls readers right back into this reimagining of the Greek myths and emergence of modern-day gods and goddesses, and this novel is just as hard to put down as the previous two." --Holly Scudero, San Francisco Book Review