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Pandora Gets Lazy (Pandora Series #3)

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9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

Ah-mazing!

Once again, Carolyn Hennesy as put her magical to the newest addition to the series! I loved how each character found their true maturity while they were separated and found out that even without Pandy, you can still inch forward. I also loved the two little boys and ho...
Once again, Carolyn Hennesy as put her magical to the newest addition to the series! I loved how each character found their true maturity while they were separated and found out that even without Pandy, you can still inch forward. I also loved the two little boys and how they helped Pandy with her quest. It's not only the book itself thats amazing, it' the detail. Every detail was perfey described in this package. And I yearned for more. Absolutely could not put the book down and enjoyed every page that I turned.

posted by Anonymous on November 27, 2011

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3 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

Haven't read it.

I haven't read it yet but sure it's going to be great!

posted by 17451861 on March 7, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2012

    :)

    I love these books

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 1, 2011

    Athena the brain?

    y do all these ppl compare these god books to athena the brain? i read it (all in that series too) but its not even in the same series as the pandora series! other than that, great book so far.not done yet though. gotta keep readin. the next oones pandora gets angry or rage in persia.maybe she will meat a prince! anyways, great so far.kinda short for a fast reader like me though. highly recommended like the other books!ur probably not readin this long review though. bye!happy readin!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 20, 2009

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    Reviewed by JodiG. for TeensReadToo.com

    Pandora Atheneus Andromaeche Helena, "Pandy" to her friends and family, has already saved the world from Vanity and Jealousy. The fact that she let them loose on the world in the first place is really just a tiny detail.

    Pandy is the only daughter of the Titan, Prometheus, and she is in trouble with Zeus. Due to an unfortunate incident at school, all the evils of the world have been released from a box that was entrusted to her father. Zeus has ordered that Pandora find each of them in order to save the world, and her family. Pandy, along with her friends Alcie, Iole, and Homer, are now headed to the Atlas Mountains to capture Laziness.

    The goddess Hera, wife of Zeus, is still determined that Pandora will fail on her quest. This time Hera has taken Pandy's dog, Dido. But, while the other gods are sympathetic to Pandy, nobody would dare to interfere with Zeus or Hera. Not right out in the open anyway.

    Early on this journey, Pandy becomes separated from her friends. She befriends two young boys on her way and finds herself captured and chained to them. Unknown captors are leading Pandy to an unknown destination, and she is surrounded by danger every step of the way.

    While Pandy is being led through the dark and dangerous path to the mountain Jbel Toubkal, Alcie, Iole, and Homer find themselves aboard the ship Syracusa with problems of their own. They are on the ship with one of the evils and now they must capture Misery on their own.

    And, high in the Atlas Mountains, Pandy will come face to face with her uncle, Atlas. It is the fate of Atlas to hold up the heavens but something has changed and human men are being forced to carry his load. Once again, it is up to Pandy to save her friends, her family, and every human on earth while finding the evils of the world. All while her time is quickly running out.

    The MYTHIC MISS-ADVENTURE series are books about ancient places and characters with a very humorous and modern touch. The first two books in the series, PANDORA GETS JEALOUS and PANDORA GETS VAIN, offer an introduction and further adventures of Pandy and her friends, but each book can be enjoyed just as much on its own.

    PANDORA GETS LAZY is as funny and adventurous as the previous books and Pandora and her friends are even more endearing with each book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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