Zeus and the Thunderbolt of Doom (Heroes in Training, #1)

Zeus and the Thunderbolt of Doom (Heroes in Training, #1) After Pulling A Magical Thunderbolt From A Stone, Ten Year Old Zeus Goes On The Adventure Of A Lifetime In This Thrilling Start To A Brand New Series The Terrible Titans Merciless Giants Who Enjoy Snacking On Humans Have Dominated The Earth And Put The World Into Chaos But Their Rule Is About To Be Put To The Test As A Group Of Young Olympians Discover Their Powers And Prepare To Righteously Rule The Universe Ten Year Old Zeus Is Mystified And Super Annoyed By The Fact That He Keeps Getting Hit By Lightening Every Single Year He Also Longs For Adventure, As He Has Never Been Far From The Cave Where He Grew Up Zeus Gets His Wish And A Lot Than He Bargained For When He Is Kidnapped By Dangerous, Giant Titans In Self Defense, Zeus Grabs The First Thing He Sees An Actual Thunderbolt He Pulls From A Stone That Is Covered In Mysterious Markings Zeus Is The Only One Who Can Decipher The Markings, And Sets Off On A Quest To Rescue His Fellow Olympians From The Evil Cronus Armed With His Trusty Thunderbolt Named Bolt, Of Course , Zeus Is On An Adventure Of A Lifetime And A Journey To Fulfill His Destiny As King Of The Gods.

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  • Hardcover
  • 112 pages
  • Zeus and the Thunderbolt of Doom (Heroes in Training, #1)
  • Joan Holub
  • English
  • 01 August 2019
  • 1442457872

10 thoughts on “Zeus and the Thunderbolt of Doom (Heroes in Training, #1)

  1. says:

    This is energetic and entertaining This is Greek mythology before the Olympians ascend to Olympus Chronos is still king of the world and threatening the humans in the world The Olympians are still in his stomach accept Zeus The interesting thing about this is it focuses on the part of the story that rarely gets talked about Usually it s all about after Zeus has been crowned King of the Gods So Zeus is 10 That is the good part The not so good part is there really isn t much of the archet This is energetic and entertaining This is Greek mythology before the Olympians ascend to Olympus Chronos is still king of the world and threatening the humans in the world The Olympians are still in his stomach accept Zeus The interesting thing about this is it focuses on the part of the story that rarely gets talked about Usually it s all about after Zeus has been crowned King of the Gods So Zeus is 10 That is the good part The not so good part is there really isn t much of the archetypes o...

  2. says:

    4.5 starsFrom the authors of the Goddess Girls series, comes a brand new series with whole new cast of characters, Heroes in Training Though some of the characters have the same name of those who are in their Goddess Girls series, these characters are anything but the same I really enjoyed the creative spin Joan and Suzanne have given this Zeus It makes reading about his epic adventure appealing to a much younger audience and it s a great introduction to Greek mythology for young readers Com 4.5 starsFrom the authors o...

  3. says:

    Flash Boom The storm raged all around him as he cowered behind a boulder This cave was his home the only one he d ever known And as far back as he can remember, thunderstorms had been a daily event here in CreteZeus and the Thunderbolt of DoomPythia, the Oracle of Delphi who can see the future, has witnessed a very important prophecy While the world is n...

  4. says:

    My son and I read and reviewed this book for Here s what we think SON SAYS What I liked and disliked about it I really liked the story because it was a good adventure The Harpies were cool but also scary At first I thought they would take Zeus somewhere bad, but they actually saved him That was nice.It was funny how Zeus had a pet thunderbolt that was stuck to his hand I wish I had a pet thunderbolt I would pet it like a kitty cat insert Mom rolling h My son and I read and reviewed this book for Here s what we think SON SAYS What I liked and disliked about it I really liked the story because it was a good adventure The Harpies were cool but also scary At first I thought they would take Zeus somewhere bad, but they actually saved him That was nice.It was funny how Zeus had a pet thunderbolt that was stuck to his hand I wish I had a pet thunderbolt I would pet it like a kitty cat insert Mom rolling her eyes and saying, Focus, focus son It was cute how the goat and bee looked after Zeus and it was different because usually people take care of animals, but here the animals take care of the person.It was funny how Pythia the Oracle kept pronouncing things wrong and saying the wrong words because her glasses were foggy like saying underwear instead of underworld and saying greasy instead of easy and Goose instead of Zeus The tiny rock was cute becaus...

  5. says:

    A book for the younger age group, this is an exciting story that introduces kids to the world of Greek mythology Set at the time when King Cronus, the Titan, has devoured the Olympians we start off with Zeus being an abandoned orphan now 10 years old The book is pretty much all plot and action concentrating on Zeus and how he acquires his Thunderbolt He meets up with half giants, harpies and eventually the Titans themselves Near the end of the book, fellow 10 year old Hera and Poseidon are i A book for the younger age group, ...

  6. says:

    In Heroes in Training, Oracle Pythia has prophesied that a band of rightful rulers called Olympians will arise Though their size and youth are no match for the Titans, they will be giant in heart, mind and spirit One of the strengths and appeal of this book was the humor Especially, when Zeus gets kidnapped by three half giants and is wearing one of their helmets like a walking jail cell Being shorter i...

  7. says:

    I read this for M.C.B.A and I definitely think that it is targeted towards younger kids The plot had very little depth and I found myself questioning the story I would ve read this when I was 8 so I don t recommend it to anyone else in 6th grade.

  8. says:

    I live for YAbut this was too young for me No depth of character, no dramajust a short little Percy Jackson Wannabe story Meh.

  9. says:

    Cute

  10. says:

    this is the best book ever also if you like this one you have to read the other ones

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