Pegasus and the new olympians

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pegasus and the new olympians

Pegasus and the New Olympians (Pegasus, #3) by Kate OHearn

I am miles and miles and miles away from being obsessive and compulsive, yet I do have a completion-ist streak in me. That is the only excuse I offer for continuing to read this series of books. It isn’t that they are bad, or horrible. There is nothing Meyer-Twilight-horrific enough to keep me reading because I just can’t look away from the wrongness of it all. But at the same time, this is not a good book.
Action and adventure and flying horses. That’s why I read the first one. Why I read the second… well, it could have improved. It didn’t really, but it was more of the same. Enough to let me know that while this series of books was perfectly adequate for certain tastes, it wasn’t for mine. I like character. Well drawn characters. This does not have that.
It has a very simplistic plot and very simplistic characters. I don’t write that to knock the book. That is what it is aiming to be, I think and hope :) and there is nothing wrong with children’s books being just that. Of course the very best of children’s books have layers and complexity. This doesn’t.
It is a simple story, and it is told in an entertaining fashion. With battles and action galore. It has people standing up for what they believe in, occasionally they may not do the “correct” thing, but they try to do the right thing. So it’ll pass an afternoon, and I think that if I was a child this would be a book that I would love.
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Just as Emily is getting used to life as the Flame of Olympus, news from the human world disrupts the peace There's been a Pegasus spotting on Earth. Tornado Warning is as beautiful and mysterious as the mythological winged-stallion, but has been born and bred on Earth. Emily and her friends are determined to find out the truth before Jupiter of Olympus gets involved and fly back to the human world to investigate. Their new mission takes them through the Nevada desert from Area 51 to Las Vegas where they discover a sinister conspiracy. Emily is convinced that they will trace it back to their old enemies - the corrupt governmental agency, the CRU. But what they find is bigger and more dangerous than they ever expected and will pit Olympian against Human in a war of epic proportions.


Pegasus The Flame Of Olympus

When Emily's father brings US newspapers back to Olympus with photos of a winning racehorse named Tornado Warning, Emily recognizes an uncanny similarity to Pegasus. Emily and her friends all know that Jupiter and his brothers, as leaders of Olympus, will not appreciate the CRU's abominable actions if Emily is right, and will likely destroy Earth Emily's original home as punishment, in spite of innocents not involved with the CRU. Click here to see the rest of this review. Emily and several friends Joel, Paelen, Pegasus, Chaosar the winged boar, and Alexis the sphinx head to earth without Jupiter's knowledge and begin to investigate. When Paelen's winged shoes which act like a GPS towards places or people cannot find Tornado warning, they set out to find another friend, Earl. Earl is in hiding with a former CRU agent named Tomas who has turned good.

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