Pegasus and the Fight for Olympus

Pegasus and the Fight for Olympus Reborn as the Flame of Olympus Emily must embrace her new powers and responsibilities But all she wants is to return to her world where her father remains a prisoner of the sinister government agenc

  • Title: Pegasus and the Fight for Olympus
  • Author: Kate O'Hearn
  • ISBN: 9780340997413
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reborn as the Flame of Olympus, Emily must embrace her new powers and responsibilities But all she wants is to return to her world, where her father remains a prisoner of the sinister government agency, the CRU.

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    • Shelby says:

      4 Stars!I have to say this one was a little bit better than the first one. I thought it was more interesting and more excitement to the story. It was also more detailed I can't wait to see what happens in the next book.

    • Γιώτα Παπαδημακοπούλου says:

      Ομολογώ πως το συγκεκριμένο βιβλίο ήταν μεγάλη έκπληξη. Αυτό οφείλεται κυρίως στο γεγονός πως δεν περίμενα τόσο δραματική εξέλιξη από το ένα μέρος του saga στο άλλο. Συνήθως, η δόμηση της πλοκής σε αυτού του είδους τις ιστορίες γίνεται με τρόπο πιο αργό και μεθοδευμένο. Ωστόσ [...]

    • Jessika Beaty says:

      I am thrilled with the conclusion of Kate O’hearn’s second book to her Olympian World. Pegasus: Olympus at War. The second book grew much darker, and the sense of heroism grew bigger. The ending left me with chills without giving any spoilers in this review. I feel this book must be enjoyed without knowing fully the contents within the magical writing and world building. Kate’s world building is becoming stronger and more intense.There were some scenes in the beginning that were lagging wi [...]

    • Anna Sobczak says:

      Beautiful! Just like the first,beautiful.

    • Riya B oh hello says:

      I love Emily, I really do, but she can be stupid at times. Very stupid. I understand she loves her dad, but if my Mom were there I would find a plan that makes sure she makes it out alive, not do some impromptu run! I do understand she was desperate but still. Emily, hun, you gotta control yourself.I do love the book, I just didn't find the spark that I feel when I'm reading a book that draws me closer to it. Not my favorite and it's not something that I would go all Gaga for.

    • Keidy says:

      I've read the first book of this series called "Pegasus: The Flame of Olympus" and this first book showed a lot of promise. The lead heroine Emily was a can-do girl and nothing will stop her from protecting what she believed is right and her friends and family. I gave this first book a lot of slack especially with the lack of villain complexity (the villains were very black and white to a cartoony level) and lack of depth in the story and characters as not only is this a first book of a series b [...]

    • Rebecca says:

      The second book of Pegasus, Olympus at war, is about a girl named Emily who is the Flame of Olympus. Ever since Pegasus first landed on Emily's apartment roof her world changed forever. The olympian gods are real. In Emily's and Pegasus’s first adventure the olympians where losing a war between the Nirads and were soon defeated. Emily, with the help of her new friends. Joel and Paelen, they defeated the Nirads and freed Olympus. Now everyone is at peace, but not Emily, she’s anxious to go ba [...]

    • EllaB Red says:

      One of my favorites in the series

    • Summer Thompson says:

      I love pegasus and Emily

    • Tiasia Saunders says:

      I didn't think that I would come to love these books as much as Rick Riordan's books. Just pick up these books and readdddddddddddddddd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Asavari says:

      This is a review for my 1 Year, 100 Books Challenge. For more info visit herePegasus and the Fight for Olympus by Kate O'Hearn is the sequel to Pegasus and the Flame and if you haven't read my review for that read it here at individualbutnothipster/2012/01/1-year-100-books-challenge-pegasus-andml because I don't want to repeat stuff.The Characters:Emily - Stayed pretty much the same as she was at the end of Pegasus and the Flame. She's got some new troubles now because of her new status. She did [...]

    • Tatiana Leon says:

      **This might spoil what has happened in Pegasus #1 The Flame Of Olympus Be aware of this** I have finally got the second book of the Pegasus series. I am so happy I have got it because it is a book worth buying. Emily has been on Olympus with Joel and Paelen. Emily's father is in the CRU. The CRU is trying to get information on Emily from Emily's father by touring him for it. Like how they did to Joel, Paelen, Emily and even Diana ( Daughter of Jupiter and the Goddess of hunt and many other thin [...]

    • Angie says:

      Synopsis: "Reborn as the Flame, Emily has saved Olympus from destruction. The Olympic flame now burns strong, and peace has been restored. But not for long When the gruesome Nirads begin a new invasion, Emily and her friends become entangled in the conflict as old grudges are unearthed and new enemies are discovered. And all the while, Emily yearns for her father, still a prisoner of the sinister CRU, somewhere in New York. Join Emily astride the magnificent winged-stallion, Pegasus, as she emba [...]

    • Kiran Galsinh says:

      Emily went through an epic adventure and it seems to be that the time has come to start yet another one. Just recently Emily was reborn into The Flame of Olympus and with it came some powers that she cannot handle. Everything was peaceful until the Nirads invaded Olympus yet once again. Matters in the past that were settled have been brought up again and new enemies are being discovered. At the same time Emily yearns daily for her father who is still a prisoner at the CRU’s facility someplace [...]

    • EbbieRose_❤️❤️ says:

      OMG why did that happen to, I was reading this in class and I was like "no no wait" then it was like "what the fuck! Just happened?"This book is really great but it was a bit slow to start with but it one of my most liked for the year

    • Natalie says:

      I thought it was a great book because it had a lot of action and it was fantasy which I like so if you like stuff like that I recommend this book,

    • Emileigh says:

      Love it! Awesome awesome awesome! :-D

    • Kataryna Hermans says:

      Fantastic with lots of action and that twist of mythology that we all love. Can't wait to read the next book.

    • Jasmine says:

      I love this book

    • Dark-Draco says:

      I have to be completely honest and say that the best thing about this book was the Pegasus on the front cover! I am a lot older than the target audience and while reading it is very obvious that this is a YA book. That's not to say it was bad, just a bit too simplified for my tastes.That said, it was a good story. Emily, the Flame of Olympus, returns to our world when she realises that her father has been kidnapped. But in trying to free him, she comes across old enemies of Jupiter and an even o [...]

    • Payton says:

      ( No spoilers)It's the best book I've ever read before! Along with the rest of the series. The Pegasus series is the best series I've ever read and no other series or book can beat it! If you love mythology and powers this is the book for you! When I started reading the first book I couldn't stop and it took me 4 days to finish it. I read the series twice it was so good. I wish the stories could actually happen in real life! That would be amazing!

    • Lily Newman says:

      Her father is still trapped at the C.E.O base and she is determined to save him. She is now reborn though as the flame of Olympus and now has powers that she cannot control. This time a new god comes with them, Cupid. They go down on earth but the C.E.O is looking for them and is everywhere. How will they get to their father at the new and highly secure base? Will they make it to their father? And will they find out why the Nirads attacked? And who is really behind the Nirads attacking?

    • Sydney says:

      I loved this book because of the journey and that I love this author and her writing style. The book continues the story from the first book and in the book they go back to earth and get Emily's dad back. I can't tell much more because I don't want to spoil the book for people. I love that the book in fantasy because it is my favorite type of books to read.

    • Gabriella says:

      This tied up lots of the loose ends left by the other book, and it gives you further insight into some of the characters that were rather superficial and 2D in the first book, it is a good lighthearted read if you are looking for something to pass time but not get attached to, though I must confess I did have a slight fangirl moment during this book, which is to be expected with any good book.

    • Annabelle Hagan says:

      This book was amazing. It is a step up from the first book. This book now focuses on the Greek Myths, and puts a big twist on it that makes it full of exciting adventure. This story also uncovers all the secrets from the first story. This story begins with our main character Emily, who now lives in Olympus, and lives a great life. This story took me on a wild ride! I love this book!

    • Hannahpopish says:

      the second book! i loved it and i honestly feel like the books are getting better as i progress. the book includes something different or unique from the book before and i am very happy i found this series.

    • Tanvi says:

      Another great 'Pegasus' book! It's an awesome read for anyone who likes Roman, or even Greek mythology, adventure, action, romance and family. This one was better than the first one and I think each one will just keep getting better and better!

    • Aoi says:

      Much better than the first one. Very cute story.

    • Sarah Dunphy says:

      It's addicting you just want more and more.

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