The Weight of the World

Amy Leigh Strickland

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The Weight of the World

The Weight of the World Most teenagers just think they re immortal Six months ago fourteen students at Olympia Heights Senior High found out that they really are Now summer vacation has begun and everyone has far too much fr

  • Title: The Weight of the World
  • Author: Amy Leigh Strickland
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Most teenagers just think they re immortal Six months ago fourteen students at Olympia Heights Senior High found out that they really are Now summer vacation has begun and everyone has far too much free time on their hands.Hormones, tempers, and the temptation of godly power get stirred up by a suspicious new gossip blog about their little slice of the Miami Dade County.Most teenagers just think they re immortal Six months ago fourteen students at Olympia Heights Senior High found out that they really are Now summer vacation has begun and everyone has far too much free time on their hands.Hormones, tempers, and the temptation of godly power get stirred up by a suspicious new gossip blog about their little slice of the Miami Dade County Soon this blog, called Discordia, has the members of The Pantheon pitted against each other Impulsive teenagers with ancient abilities make for a lot of collateral damage.

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    1. Thomas Shaw on said:

      How many times have you gone through life wondering what it would be like if you were a Greek god? Don't worry, I'll wait. I imagine there is a lot of you. Well, what if I told you that it wasn't all that it was cracked up to be? In steps Amy Leigh Strickland's Olympia Heights series. The first installment, The Pantheon, presented the story of a group of teenagers in Florida beginning to notice that they have abilities beyond this world. It was a nice introduction to this world Strickland had cr [...]

    2. Missy Kirtley on said:

      It feels like so much time has passed since I read the first in this series! I love the writing style; frank and funny, with careful attention to detail and gentle reminders. There are twists that you don't see coming, and though I was attempting to dig into my (embarrassingly) shallow depths of Greek Mythology knowledge to try and figure out who was who and what was going on, I didn't find it distracting. Not like some of the other Greek Mythology-based Young Adult fiction that's out there now- [...]

    3. Sonja Bradley on said:

      Like I've said before, this feels painfully like a Percy Jackson ripoff, and it is. The main difference between them, this is obviously written for an older "teen" to young adult audience, especially with all the sexual inuendo and cursing. To be fair, it has it's own individual flavor and it was enjoyable enough to read, if slow and with an occasional pothole along the way. Better than the first book, but not spectacular.

    4. Rob on said:

      After I finished The Pantheon it left me wanting to see more from the new teenage incarnations of the Greek gods and with Weight of the World it gave me just what I wanted.So in this book the Pantheon discovered that they're god powers are growing and the teenage gods get a crash course in responsibility with a mysterious blog and the typical problems that teenagers go through.

    5. Brent on said:

      this book was a great follow up to the first in the series and just like the first i could not put it down till i finished it which resulted in the book being finished in under an hour i cant wait to start the third but i don't no how well i will handle having to wait for the forth

    6. Kathleen Stebbins on said:

      The series really does get better, and the ending is killing me, I need to know what Peter meant to say!!!!I might have to find book three

    7. Heath Lagrone on said:

      A great follow up to The Pantheon. The characters got some good development in this one.

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