By Joan Holub
Artemis could be the goddess of the search, yet that does not suggest she continually feels courageous. Will she locate the braveness to speak to Orion (the new mortal "star" at school), to make him see her as greater than a friend, and to ace Beast-ology category? The Goddess ladies sequence via Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams places a latest spin on vintage Greek myths! persist with the bits and bobs of divine social lifestyles at Mount Olympus Academy the place the main privileged godboys and goddessgirls within the Greek pantheon hone their legendary talents.
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Poof! The second her arrow reached it, the monster disappeared into thin air. ” Artemis exclaimed, her confidence flooding back. ” Seconds later the Geryon sprang up again at the entrance to the labyrinth, an arrow sticking from its forehead. Grinning now, it calmly plucked out the arrow, tossed it away, and bowed to them. “Congratulations, goddessgirls,” it said in a tone that was almost friendly. “You have now achieved the eighth Level of the Arrow. Your excellent progress will be reported to Professor Ladon in your Beast-ology class at Mount Olympus Academy.
As soon as she arrived, the dogs began to frolic together in the park nearby, traipsing through fields of asphodel, irises, and ferns. ” asked Apollo when she showed up with the little white dog in tow. ” “His name is Sirius, but he’s not mine. I’m dog-sitting,” said Artemis, pulling an arrow from her quiver. ” Apollo nocked his first arrow, forgetting all about the dog. After two hours of target practice, they packed up their archery equipment and headed to the cafeteria for dinner. The dogs trailed them, ready for dinner as well.
She heard Athena and Persephone calling to them to get up. But for the moment she was frozen, too scared to move. Her eyes locked with the Geryon’s as it loomed closer. And closer. Its smell was even more horrific now, and she could feel the heat of its breath even from two dozen yards away. She’d once read somewhere about a mortal who’d died of fright. Even though she knew that couldn’t happen to her, at the moment it seemed very possible. Her heart pounded. A fine sheen of perspiration prickled the back of her neck.
Artemis the Brave (Goddess Girls) by Joan Holub