[Read] ➸ Zeus the Mighty: The Quest for the Golden Fleas (Book 1) ➵ Crispin Boyer – Lorecordings.co.uk

Zeus the Mighty: The Quest for the Golden Fleas (Book 1) Greek Mythology Meets Cute Talking Animals In This First Adventure In A Hilarious New Middle Grade Fiction Series, Starring Zeus The Mighty King Of The Gods Ruler Of Minions HAMSTER, And The Crazy Crew Of Critters Of The Mount Olympus Pet CenterWelcome To The Mount Olympus Pet Center, Which Sits High On A Hill In Athens Georgia The Owner, Artie, Has A Soft Spot For Animals That Need A Forever Home, And She Has Rescued A Menagerie Of Creatures, Each Named After A Powerful God Or Goddess But These Animals Aren T Just Pets With Cool Names Meet Zeus, A Tiny Hamster With A Mighty Appetite For Power His Cage Sits Atop A High Shelf So He Can Watch The Other Pets From Above But Being King Of The Gods Is A Tough Job You Ve Got To Issue Orders And Decrees, Make Sure To Stay In Tip Top Shape By Running On Your Exercise Wheel, And Most Importantly, Lead Your Minions On Epic Journeys And Zeus The Mighty Has One Giant Task In Front Of Him Find The Golden Fleas And Solidify His Position Before The Other Gods RebelGet Ready To Laugh, Cheer, And Learn With This Adorable And Quirky Cast Of Characters In Their Unforgettable First Adventure A Reimagining Of The Tale Of The Golden Fleece


About the Author: Crispin Boyer

Crispin Boyer lives in San Francisco and writes about history, wildlife, and technology He and his wife, Ramah, are the lord and lady of a 1914 Victorian that is 700 times smaller than a typical castle but almost as drafty Their microwave might not roast an ox like most medieval ovens, but at least their bathroom isn t a hole in the wall that empties into a stinky moat.



10 thoughts on “Zeus the Mighty: The Quest for the Golden Fleas (Book 1)

  1. says:

    This is a fun story about a pet store full of animals who believe they are the Greek gods Adventures abound from toilet whirlpools and the robot vacuum Argo to a terrifying dragon and the Golden fleas A story about friendship and adventure I look forward tostories in the series I read an arc of this book, so there were very few illustrations, but there s plenty of space reserved for the art The book


  2. says:

    ARC from Follett First Look


  3. says:

    Note I received an ARC of this book from the publisher at ALA Annual 2019.


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