Pegasus and the Flame

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Hachette Children's Group, Feb 3, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 352 pages
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When Pegasus, the majestic winged-stallion, crashes on to her roof in the middle of a storm that blacks-out New York City, 13-year-old Emily's life becomes that of legend: epic battles with gruesome monsters, desperate chases from a corrupt governmental agency, captivating flights astride the beautiful winged-stallion, and one heroic quest to save Olympus before the Olympic flame burns out ...

A must for fans of Percy Jackson!

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User Review  - MathewBridle - LibraryThing

I was given this by the publisher and was surprised to find how much I enjoyed it. Very much a Percy Jackson for girls. I do prefer Percy Jackson but this is highly commendable and just gets better and better as it goes on. Well worth read. Read full review

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User Review  - librarydanielle - LibraryThing

this was a really interesting premise. olympus is invaded and only pegasus and two human teens can save it and the gods. unfortunately, it wasn't as well done as I hoped. in many places the language ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Kate O`Hearn was raised in the heart of New York City. Throughout her life, she has always had an active and vivid imagination. As a child walking down 5th Avenue, she would envision herself soaring among the city`s canyons on the back of a wild dragon. While in Florida, looking over the sea, she could imagine living amongst the whales and beaching in the heavy swells. At night, a star studded sky was yet another playground. These dreams and ideas never faded. Instead they grew until they spilled over into the books she loves to write.

Kate`s first book, Shadow of the Dragon: Kira, won the 1066 Schools` Book Award.

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