Symphoni, by Tianna Scott – review



“We don’t know the implications of our actions; of the decisions we make every day and the effects of those decisions. Greg, your choice, your fate, and your whole existence can be over in no time. I just hope, for everyone’s sake, that you get to do what you were created for,” she turned and looked at me, “before Legend does.”

Life hasn’t been too easy for Greg Daniels lately. But when he arrives at school on the first day back from summer vacation, he finds that things are much worse than he could have ever imagined.

Stuck in the middle of an ancient feud between the Olympians and the Titans, Greg discovers that the line between good and evil isn’t always clear and his allies might be more dangerous than the enemy.




It’s not often I read a book like Symphoni. I was grumbling each and every time I had to leave my seat on the sofa – and bemoaned the fact that I didn’t have it in print! I wanted to take it everywhere…to the bath, to cook…even to walk to the shop! It’s definitely a read for those interested in Greek Mythology. There were lines in this book that literally had me giggling – including a scene about Twilight and werewolves!

This is written from the PoV of Greg – and so convincingly that I had to constantly remind myself that the writer was female!  Greg, at the beginning of the book, is a self-confessed man-whore. He likes nothing more than to get his leg over…but since having sex with MJ, his best friend, he’s not been able to get her out of his head.

That is, until he meets Symphoni, the girl of his dreams. Or is it Kassandra? The sister of the guy who stole the only girl he loved from him…

What is there lingering between ‘childhood friends’, Legend and Symphoni? Why does Joi, Symphoni’s sister leer at him? What is the connection between them all? Greg will find out…amidst learning things about the people he knows that could scare him…if it wasn’t for the fact that he has something to live for…

T.M Scott loves writing. With passion, drive and a taste for the unusual, she enjoys reading and writing new and different things. Doing her best to always think out of the box, her writing usually starts off as an insane scheme of some sort before she works out the finer aspects and turns it into something great! Her heroines and heroes are never the typical ‘beautiful’ people, meaning they all have some sort of quirk or oddity about them that makes them unique and refreshing characters everyone can relate to.

Her first novel, Symphoni, will be out in 2013 and her work has been featured in the horror anthology, The Withering Darkness. She lives in Los Angeles, California with her daughter Ariyanna.

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