The Song of Achilles.
Looked it up a couple of places, but I think this review was the clincher:
The Telegraph wrote:
Miller’s prose often reads like homoerotic slash fiction, but with heroes from mythology instead of Frodo and Sam. “Our mouths opened under each other,” she writes, bafflingly, when Achilles and Patroclus first kiss.
to read that one, was my first thought -the next ones were the process of having it delivered to my Kindle*
Just to say that I'm really
happy with my e-book reader
Kindles are amazing!
But yeah, a few people were gushing about it over on Goodreads so I thought I'd check it out seeing as I love Greek mythology. It's okay, I wouldn't say it's amazing. Sometimes the dialogue feels too contemporary, and there are a couple of things which I'm not sure fit in that well with The Iliad.