Who We'd Recommend to: Fans of Rick Riordan and other books with Greek and Roman myths.
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Summary (from Amazon):
Emily and her companions, including the winged horse, Pegasus, must confront a legion of Olympic enemies in this third book of an action-packed series.
When Emily’s father and the goddess Diana return from a visit to Earth, they bring with them disturbing news. There’s a horse called Tornado Warning that’s winning all the races, with times faster than anyone’s ever seen. What could this mean? Emily, Joel, Paelen, Pegasus, and the sphinx Alexis return to Earth to investigate—and discover a CRU plot to clone Olympians and Nirads using DNA retrieved from their previous time in the human realm.
The CRU has already created dozens of Nirad warriors, Dianas, Paelens, Cupids, and Pegasuses. Now they want to create their own Emily clone—even if the original is killed in the process. Can Emily and her friends put a stop to the CRU’s plans before Jupiter finds out and carries through on his own threat to destroy the Earth?
Oscar: Yes, I did. I thought it was really funny when Paelen threw the table at his clone.
Olivia: The whole book with filled with hilarious things- exactly what a kid wants.
Oscar: I thought it was really cool how they made Area 51 and it's a real place. I also thought it was really good how Kate O'Hearn filled the book with so many hilarious comments and made it really fun and adventurous. Remember when Paelen's clone went around doing trouble and Paelen got himself in jail?
Olivia: Just one of the many funny parts :). Did you also like the spy-ish feel of the Area 51 scenes at the end of the book?
Oscar: Yes, I did. I also thought it was really good how Frankie jumped out behind a garbage bin and scared Joel!
Olivia: I happened to love Frankie. I loved the new characters Kate O'Hearn added.
Oscar: Yeah, but I could never solve Alexis' riddles!
Olivia: They were pretty impossible. This book was similar to Percy Jackson, wasn't it?
Oscar: Yeah. I think this book would be great for ages 7-13. Do you agree?
Olivia: Yes, and maybe a wider variety too, depending on what type of books you like to read, what do you think?
Oscar: I think that you're correct. And that you're talking about Percy Jackson a lot, so let's keep on reviewing!