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The Flame of Olympus (Pegasus Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

17 out of 20 people found this review helpful.

Best book ever

This is a book that will make you laugh and will also make you ball your eyes out. Very touching story if you like horses,mythical,myths,then you will love it. What makes it even better is it clashes urban living with ancient roman myths. MUST READ!!!!!!!!

posted by Anonymous on June 29, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

8 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

Awsome book

I need the next book

This is the best book ever

It is a mix of like the heros of olympus series and regular life

The main charecter emily is a girl who lives a normal life in nyc until the night of the powerout

The surporting charecters are diana joel emilys dad pa...
I need the next book

This is the best book ever

It is a mix of like the heros of olympus series and regular life

The main charecter emily is a girl who lives a normal life in nyc until the night of the powerout

The surporting charecters are diana joel emilys dad paelen and pegs

The organazation CRU is after pegs and emily

There are monsters called nirads that want to kill pegasis aka pegs and destroy the flame of olympus

Diana comes to emily to find pegasus and pegisus is in nyc to find a girl who has the flame of olympus inside her to restore the flame on olympus




Emily



Emily is the main charecter who befriends pegasus and helps pegs recover after crash landing on emilys roof
She helps pegs try to get away from the nirads and find the flame of olympus



Joel

Joel is a boy in emilys class who is always drawing pegasus and when pegs crashes on emilys roof emily asks joel to help her care for pegs
Joel is a charecter who look tough and mean on the outside but is a softy on the inside


Diana

Diana the godess of the moon and hunt comes to find pegs and because Jupiter aka Zeus her father sends her because her twin Apollo was murderd on olympus by the nirads
Diana finds animal cruelty harsh and stupid


Paelen

Paelen is a theif on olympus who always tried to get pegs gold bridle
He crash lands in nyc after Jupiter uses one of master bolts to teleport pegs to nyc put somehow paelen tags along
Paelen is imeadietly captured by the CRU and pretends to have memory loss so he dosent get killed by the CRU



Pegasus
Pegs

Pegs is Jupiters pegasus who is sent to nyc to find the flame of olympus because the nirads exstinguished the flame on olympus
Pegs crashes on to emilys roof the night of the power out when sent to Nyc to escape the nirads









Nirads

The nirads are on olympus trying to destroy the gods and they partialy succeed cause they murder Apollo injure Mercury so much that he dies and much more
They have tar black eyes and want to kill pegs
They come to nyc to find pegs and kill him before he finds the flame of olympus but once they ripped emilys leg and taste her blood, they come after her








I hope u read this amazing book




Erin Katon

Daughter of Apollo




Ps if u demigod go to jupiter result five

posted by 303243 on April 4, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2013

    Need fact

    Does the book have blood in it? My friend says it does and i shouldnt read it . Is she right? I am totally horse crazy and i read and watch movies with blood in it. Should i read it? And does it have blood in it?

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2013

    Good story, on the othet hand....

    I thought it was quite well for a story. I decided to read something a bit my age ( I read books well beyond my age), and I was slightly dissipionted. There were seven spelling and grammer mistakes. I will very well soon write a letter to the editor, whomever it may be, because these are highly childish mistakes. I am 11, and this is just ridiculous. I expected more. Putting that aside, the story had a good plot with well character development. It has a pretty exiting twist towards the end. But as for these errors, I am sorry, are unexeptable. I may understand one, but seven is beyond belief.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2012

    Flame and axel

    Flame sits next to axel. Axel sighs

    0 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2012

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