Olympus Bound

E Books Olympus Bound I wish I could give this more stars This book was amazing I loved how the author weaves Greek my

E-Books Olympus Bound I wish I could give this more stars! This book was amazing! I loved how the author weaves Greek mythology, math, science, and more into her story, making everything a touch believable, considering gods and goddesses are present. I love Theo’s endless earnest curiosity and desire not just for knowledge but for more. Selene grows as a character more than I anticipated she was able to do. There were twists & turns I totally didn’t see coming, keeping me at the edge of my seat at times. I loved meeting new characters and seeing more of the previous brief ones. I wish there was more of Maryam :) This was a very satisfying conclusion to the trilogy, convincing me of reading anything else this author writes next :). Olympus Bound is a Books Summer in New York a golden hour on the city streets, but a dark time for Selene DiSilva.Her father has been kidnapped and her friends are being targeted by a murderous cult hungry for an ancient power If she wants to save the ones she loves, Selene must finally face the past she s been running from a past centuries longer than most, stretching all the way back to whenSummer in New York a golden hour on the city streets, but a dark time for Selene DiSilva.Her father has been kidnapped and her friends are being targeted by a murderous cult hungry for an ancient power If she wants to save the ones she loves, Selene must finally face the past she s been running from a past centuries longer than most, stretching all the way back to when her name was Artemis and her family ruled from atop Mount Olympus.. Jordanna Max Brodsky hails from Virginia, where she made it through a science and technology high school by pretending it was a theater conservatory She holds a degree in History and Literature from Harvard University She lives in Manhattan with her husband, where she is working on the third book in the Olympus Bound series She often sees goddesses in Central Park and wishes she were one.. Bestseller Kindle Olympus Bound I was disappointed. The first book was amazing, the second one good (but no where near amazing), and now this was only ok.Theo was a mess. Honestly, loser. Sorry but he was not fun, he was not sexy, he just felt like a total loser.Selene was not kick-ass either. She kept making mistakes and seems her alone is dull. Only together they work.Not that they worked together now either....The other Gods were dull too.It should have ended fasterI forget, are there other goods? Why Only Greek? Cos then just go to like India and take over a role there. Why complain about Christianity all the time when they can go to yes India then and find a new Godrole whatever.Honestly considering how bored I was and how I skimmed cos the book never end. Ok is too nice.Very disappointing

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  1. Jordanna Max Brodsky hails from Virginia, where she made it through a science and technology high school by pretending it was a theater conservatory She holds a degree in History and Literature from Harvard University She lives in Manhattan with her husband, where she is working on the third book in the Olympus Bound series She often sees goddesses in Central Park and wishes she were one.

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  1. I was disappointed The first book was amazing, the second one good but no where near amazing , and now this was only ok.Theo was a mess Honestly, loser Sorry but he was not fun, he was not sexy, he just felt like a total loser.Selene was not kick ass either She kept making mistakes and seems her alone is dull Only together they work.Not that they worked together now either.The other Gods were dull too.It should have ended fasterI forget, are there other goods Why Only Greek Cos then just go to l [...]


  2. I wish I could give this stars This book was amazing I loved how the author weaves Greek mythology, math, science, and into her story, making everything a touch believable, considering gods and goddesses are present I love Theo s endless earnest curiosity and desire not just for knowledge but for Selene grows as a character than I anticipated she was able to do There were twists turns I totally didn t see coming, keeping me at the edge of my seat at times I loved meeting new characters and s [...]


  3. Very disappointing, I was looking forward to continuing this series but I could barely make it through the book I really wanted to like it because I loved the others, but I think the author just lost focus or had an ego surge or something there is very little plot and a large part is just preposterous, even in context, looking at you, Theo , but most of the book at least 90% is the author showing us just how knowledgeable she is She s right, she is knowledgeable, but every info dump just brought [...]


  4. Jordanna Max Brodsky completes her Olympus Bound hard from Orbit trilogy with a bang that sends the our heroes to confront the evil Saturn in tunnels below the Vatican in our present Then with all the surviving Greek Gods open a gate to another world from Mount Olympus At that point, the true manipulating God is revealed, and he has to be faced in New York The gate to another world is opened by playing the cables of the Brooklyn Bridge I m trying not to give too much away here The whole series, [...]


  5. A very fun read less esoteric than the second, less frantic than the first and some truly lovely moments even though it seemed to grow to a huge climax that ended too quickly Recommend this trilogy to fans of the classics, romance, suspense, mystery, and fantasy.


  6. Take all my money, Jordanna Max Brodsky Please write something else soon I absolutely loved these characters and the world they lived in It s Greek mythology like you ve never seen it before.







  7. PW Starred This rich, clever, and thoughtful concluding installment of the Olympus Bound trilogy picks up six months after the events of 2016 s Winter of the Gods, with Selene DiSilva, once known as the goddess Artemis, tracking her grandfather Saturn and the remnants of his Mithraist cult in order to stop them from sacrificing the kidnapped Zeus to usurp his power Meanwhile, Selene s lover, the mortal historian Theo Schultz, believes Selene is dead and researches ancient rituals and traditions [...]



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