Sunday, March 30, 2014

Pegasus Olympus at War review

Pegasus: Olympus At War

Book two in the Pegasus series, by Kate O'Hearn

Emily, newly recognized as the Flame, is living in Jupiter’s palace on Mt. Olympus. Her friends, Joel, Paelen, and—of course—Pegasus, are there as well. The only person missing is Emily’s father, who is still being held prisoner by the CRU back in the human world. Emily wants to go find him, but Jupiter won’t allow her to leave. However, Emily does have access to a winged horse…
Determined to rescue her father, Emily and her friends make plans to sneak away from Olympus and back to New York. Then Cupid, Emily’s sort-of crush, decides to come along as well. It will be hard enough to hide a winged horse from the prying eyes of the CRU, but a winged boy as well? And when the gruesome Nirads begin a new invasion, old grudges are unearthed, new enemies are discovered, and Emily and her friends become entangled in a conflict more dangerous than they ever anticipated.

This is an amazing sequel to the Pegasus series! Its got action, adventure, humor, suspense, fierce friendship's, and a bit of romance. It is a book that is sure to impress anyone who has read Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series. I loved how fantasy, mythology, and the modern day are all intwined to make such a great story plot.

Emily is a strong character: She is kind, intelligent, and persistent. I think she is the perfect heroin. As you read through this book you get to see how she is adjusting to her new life and her new image.
With the help of her friends Emily is confident that she can take on the world.

My book Rating: ***** meg-a-stars

If you enjoyed this book, you may also like:

The Heroes of Olympus series

Percy Jackson series

Kane Chronicles series 

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