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Register Free To Download Files | File Name: Crimson Frost Mythos Academy 4 Jennifer Estep PDF. CRIMSON FROST MYTHOS ACADEMY 4 JENNIFER. Reihenfolge der Frost-Reihe von Jennifer Estep Batman is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character. Crimson Frost description: For a moment, a face flashed before my eyes — the most hideous face I'd ever seen. No matter how hard I tried to forget what had.
I remember thinking how cool the movie made mythology seem. But more than that, I thought it was interesting how all these gods, goddesses, humans, and monsters interacted with each other.
Over the years, I read various mythology-based works, including The Iliad and The Odyssey , among others. Mostly, I read these stories for class assignments, but I enjoyed them all the same. Well, most of them, anyway. Some are better than others.
But it always amazed me just how many different stories and different versions of those stories were out there. I read more stories and watched more movies and more TV shows. Many years later, I watched my first episode of Xena: Warrior Princess. I was immediately hooked. Here were fun and admittedly campy stories about gods, goddesses, and the ultimate kick-ass warrior chick who could hold her own against all of them.
How cool was that? And then came the movie , which was just a loud, brash, bloody, violent, visual spectacle. I enjoyed the entertaining story about warriors bravely battling on even in the face of impossible odds. Somewhere along the way, in the back of my mind, I thought that it would be cool to someday write my own mythology-based story and put my own spin on things with my own characters, magic, and more. I had been thinking about writing a young adult book for a while, but I was struggling to come up with a concept.
What if there was an evil god who was trying to take over the world? What if my heroine was the key to stopping this evil god? What if she was stronger and more of a warrior than she ever thought she could be? The idea just snowballed from there until it finally became Touch of Frost and the basis for the Mythos Academy series — magic, myth, and monsters. Happy reading! After a serious freak-out with her magic, Gwen finds herself shipped off to Mythos Academy, a school for the descendents of ancient warriors like Spartans, Valkyries, and more.
The academy is located in the fictional suburb of Cypress Mountain, North Carolina, and the kids there are training how to use their magic and various skills to fight Reapers of Chaos. The six books in the series will let me finish out the big story arc about how Gwen and her friends stop Loki and his Reapers. As the name suggests, the Mythos Academy series is all about mythology.
The books are urban fantasies so they still have that dark, gritty, urban fantasy edge to them. They are simply books for young adults, around ages 13 and up the age range depends on who you talk to. First and foremost, I thought it would be fun — and it certainly has been so far.
Also, the young adult genre is one area that had really taken off in popularity in recent years, thanks to the Harry Potter and all the other great books out there. Plus, I know that my Elemental Assassin urban fantasy books are pretty dark and gritty and that not everyone likes to read that level of sex and violence.
The Elemental Assassin and Bigtime series are intended for adults only. You should be be 18 years old or older to read the books or the excerpts that are posted on my website. Not at all. Adults can read the books too.
In fact, the Mythos Academy books have a lot in common with my Elemental Assassin urban fantasy series. The only real difference is that the sex and violence levels have been toned down in the Mythos Academy series, although the books are still fairly gritty for the young adult genre.
So if you like my Elemental Assassin series, you might like the Mythos Academy books too. Gwen Gwendolyn Frost: Daphne Cruz: Logan Quinn: Carson Callahan: Carson is the head of the Mythos Academy Marching Band.
Oliver Hector: Kenzie Tanaka: Kenzie is a Spartan who is friends with Logan and Oliver. Talia Pizarro: Talia has gym class with Gwen, and the two of them often spar during the mock fights.
Helena Paxton: Coach Ajax: Ajax is the head of the athletic department at the academy and is responsible for training all the kids at Mythos and turning them into fighters.
Grandma Geraldine Frost: Grandma Frost makes her living as a fortuneteller in a town not too far away from Cypress Mountain. A couple of times a week, Gwen sneaks off the Mythos Academy campus to go see her Grandma Frost and enjoy the sweet treats that Grandma Frost is always baking. Grace Frost: Gwen misses her mom like crazy. Nickamedes is the head librarian at the Library of Antiquities.
In fact, he seems to go out of his way to make more work for her, whenever Gwen is working after school in the library. Professor Metis: The Powers That Were: A board made up of various members of the Pantheon who oversees all aspects of Mythos Academy, from approving the dining hall menus to disciplining students.
Artifacts are weapons, jewelry, clothing, armor, and more that were worn or used by various warriors, gods, goddesses, and mythological creatures over the years.
There are Thirteen Artifacts that are rumored to be the most powerful, although people disagree about which artifacts they are and how they were used during the Chaos War. The members of the Pantheon protect the various artifacts from the Reapers, who want to use the artifacts and their power to free Loki from his prison.
Many of the artifacts are housed in the Library of Antiquities. All I wanted to do was kill her. I made myself smile back at her, although I could feel how terribly twisted my face was, as though I was wearing a rubber mask stretched tight over my own skin. Gwen crept a little closer to me … and then a little closer still … Her sneakers squeaked, and the wooden floor of the stage creaked as she kept easing toward me one small, careful step at a time.
For a moment, I stared past her, looking at the rows of padded seats that ringed the stage and wondering why the auditorium was empty. There had been plenty of people in here earlier. My dad. My uncle Nickamedes. Coach Ajax. Professor Metis.
Students who were members of the Mythos Academy band. I remembered seeing all those people and more. No matter how hard I tried to forget what had happened, I saw him everywhere I went. It was Loki--the evil god that I'd helped set free against my will.
I should have known that my first official date with Logan Quinn was destined to end in disaster. If we'd gotten into a swordfight, or been ambushed by Reapers, I'd have been more prepared. But getting arrested mid-sip at the local coffee hangout? I didn't see that one coming. I've been accused of purposely helping the Reapers free Loki from his prison--and the person leading the charge against me is Linus Quinn, Logan's dad.
The worst part is that pretty much everyone at Mythos Academy thinks I'm guilty. If I'm going to get out of this mess alive, I'll have to do it myself.
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