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photo 2014-12-29 06:00
BookLikes Christmas from Me!

I'm reading Mockingjay and these are my favorite books, Percy Jackson and The Olympians series, The Heroes of Olympus series, The Hunger Games series, Nicholas Flamel, and many more. Yes, I like fantasy and dystopian novels! :D


I don't know what Nice Books and Naughty Books mean, but I choose Nice Books (I hope it contains fantasy books) ^_^


So, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!! ^o^


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photo 2014-02-12 18:05
New Covers for the Percy Jackson Series
The Lightning Thief - Rick Riordan

#PercyUnCovered -- First Harry Potter -- and now Percy Jackson! Guess who is getting a new look? I'm a big fan of this series and while I like the original covers, change is good.


Details on the Reveal:


Every self-respecting Percy Jackson fan knows that the next book in the Heroes of Olympus series, The Blood of Olympus, will arrive in their hands on October 7, 2014. What they don’t yet know, but are about to find out, is that starting early this summer, a new fleet of the original Percy Jackson & the Olympians series will pop up in stores, sporting brand-new, reimagined covers. They’ll also find out that when these new paperback books are lined up side by side by side, they will reveal one amazing panoramic mural, the handiwork of artist John Rocco: who’s illustrated all the Percy covers since the first rejacketing of The Lightning Thief in 2006.
Even though the books won’t be available until early summer 2014, we won’t make the fans wait that long to feast their eyes. Starting Monday, February 17th (Presidents Day), the Percy Jackson Facebook page will be revealing the new look, one book per day. Five days. Five brand-new covers.

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photo 2013-12-17 15:20
Cupid's Academy by Tai Odunsi

Troyd isn't like most teenage gods. He's not extraordinary — he's extra ordinary.

He lives on Mount Olympus, where the gods have day jobs working for major gods like Zeus. But rather than being a delivery boy for Mercury, a firefighter for Prometheus, or a wine steward for Dionysus, Troyd dreams of becoming the kind of god people will remember: a Love god like his idol, Cupid.

Long ago, Cupid used his bow and arrow to become the king of matchmaking. But when Cupid retired, he opened Cupid's Academy, a school where teenage gods and goddesses, now armed with magic pistols and love potions, study to become Love gods, matchmakers for the human race.

To graduate, Troyd must improve his grades. But soon his overzealousness lands him in hot water with the headmaster, getting him suspended. Yet to get back in, Troyd is forced to leave Mount Olympus for Earth, where he uncovers a secret that may shut down the Academy forever — only to find help from a girl who gets him to see love from a different point of view.

Cupid's Academy: The Miseducation of Mergatroyd, Love god in Training is a humorous adventure filled with lovable characters, stays true to the classic Greek stories, and is a great way to introduce young adults, ages 10 to 16, to a modernized version of the Greek and Roman mythology.

Source: facebook.com/CupidsAcademy
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photo 2013-10-29 08:00
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
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photo 2013-07-13 19:26
Day 03: Favorite Book Series. (Any Percy Jackson Book Really! —This includes the companion series.)
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