Lore Olympus. Volume four
(Graphic Novel)

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Vazquez, Edwin, illustrator.
New York : Del Rey, [2023].
Graphic Novel
First edition.
9780593599044, 0593599047, 9780593599051, 0593599055
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1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
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New York : Del Rey, [2023].
First edition.
9780593599044, 0593599047, 9780593599051, 0593599055


General Note
"This volume collects episodes 76-102 of the #1 WEBTOON comic Lore Olympus"--Page 4 of cover.
General Note
Content Warning from Rachel Smythe: Lore Olympus regularly deals with themes of physical and mental abuse, sexual trauma, and toxic relationships. Some of the interactions in this volume may be distressing for some readers. Please exercise discretion, and seek out the support of others if you require it.
"The rumor mill of Olympus is constantly churning, but Persephone and Hades are all anyone can talk about. With the constant gossip creating intense pressure on the pair, they decide to slow down their budding romance and focus on sorting out their own issues first. But that's easier said than done. Hades struggles to find support in his personal life, with Zeus trivializing his feelings and Minthe resorting to abusive patterns in their relationship. And while Hades tries to create healthier boundaries where he can--like finally putting a stop to his sporadic, revenge-fueled hookups with Hera--he still feels lonely and adrift. Persephone feels equally ostracized as her classmates shun her for her connection to Hades, and she can find no refuge at home, with Apollo constantly dropping by unannounced and pushing his unwelcome advances. And on top of it all, the wrathful god of war, Ares, has returned to Olympus to dredge up his sordid history with the goddess of spring, threatening to surface Persephone's dark and mysterious past and ruin her tenuous position in the land of the gods. Despite agreeing to take it slow, Persephone and Hades find themselves inextricably drawn toward each other once more amid the chaos. The pull of fate cannot be denied."--,Provided by publisher.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Smythe, R., & Vazquez, E. (2023). Lore Olympus (First edition.). Del Rey.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Smythe, Rachel and Edwin, Vazquez. 2023. Lore Olympus. Del Rey.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Smythe, Rachel and Edwin, Vazquez. Lore Olympus Del Rey, 2023.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Smythe, Rachel, and Edwin Vazquez. Lore Olympus First edition., Del Rey, 2023.

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