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Olympia Heights: The Blood of Athens [NOOK Book]

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For the members of The Pantheon, it’s becoming harder to keep a low profile. Two years of battling Titans is finally beginning to take its toll. The rising body count has not gone unnoticed, and watchful eyes threaten the safety of Devon and Frank’s new child.

When Olympia Heights Senior High goes on a class trip to Athens, The Pantheon is divided by six thousand miles of ...
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Olympia Heights: The Blood of Athens

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Overview

For the members of The Pantheon, it’s becoming harder to keep a low profile. Two years of battling Titans is finally beginning to take its toll. The rising body count has not gone unnoticed, and watchful eyes threaten the safety of Devon and Frank’s new child.

When Olympia Heights Senior High goes on a class trip to Athens, The Pantheon is divided by six thousand miles of ocean. For The Olympians, the trip is plagued by teenage shenanigans, foreign serial killers, and hidden portals to the worlds of the gods.

The third installment of the Olympia Heights series ends with a shocking turn of events that will leave you wondering, “Wait… can they really die?”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016187662
  • Publisher: Matter Deep Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/22/2013
  • Series: Olympia Heights , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 822,250
  • File size: 757 KB

Meet the Author

Amy Leigh Strickland was born Amy Leigh Albro to Henry and Gail Albro, on June 8, 1986 in a hospital in Nashua, NH. She was raised for eighteen years in Townsend, MA, participating in Drama Club, Girl Scouts, Art Club, Flight Student Literary Magazine, and the National Honors Society. Amy graduated as a Gold Award Girl Scout, as President of her school's chapter of the NHS, and received the Flag Award for citizenship. After graduating High School, Amy enrolled in the Savannah College of Art and Design. Amy earned her BFA in Performing Arts. She starred in Sharon Ott's 2008 production of Oliver Twist as the title role. During this time, she also took advantage of her electives, studying writing, Shakespeare and World Mythology. It was here that she met her future husband, Kyle Strickland. In the summer of 2008, BFA in-hand, Amy returned to Townsend, MA to plan her wedding. She began writing her first novel while working retail and doing freelance web design work. On April 24, 2010, Amy married and became Amy Leigh Strickland. Days after returning from her honeymoon, Amy packed up and moved to Alabama. Amy's first published novel, Olympia Heights: The Pantheon, was released in July of 2011. Its sequel, Olympia Heights: The Weight of the World, followed in June 2012. Amy currently teaches preschool and attends the University of Montevallo, studying for her Masters in Secondary Education, English LA. She and her husband live outside of Birmingham with their two adopted, stray dogs, Apollo and Linus.
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