By Joan Holub
Artemis could be the goddess of the quest, yet that does not suggest she constantly 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 type? The Goddess women sequence by way of Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams places a latest spin on vintage Greek myths! stick with the fine details of divine social existence at Mount Olympus Academy the place the main privileged godboys and goddessgirls within the Greek pantheon hone their legendary talents.
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Yes! Us too,” said Apollo. They grinned and bumped knuckles. The other goddessgirls might not be as into sports as Artemis was, but her twin loved archery just as much as she did. Unlike some siblings she’d read about, like Medea and Absyrtus or Romulus and Remus, the two of them had always gotten along. Probably because Apollo thought of her like a brother instead of a sister. Ever since she could remember, they’d played on all kinds of MOA sports teams together. They’d even trained for the Olympic games!
After that, talk drifted to other things, and eventually the party broke up. That night in her dorm room, Artemis spent some time finishing up the paper on organization that Ms. ThreeGraces had given her. Glancing around her messy room, she doubted the assignment would actually change anything. She was just naturally disorganized. Most times she couldn’t be bothered to hang up her clothes. And what was the point of making her bed or cleaning out her locker, anyway? They’d just get messy again.
Behind her, Artemis heard Athena whizzing along in winged sandals as well. And following her were Aphrodite and Persephone. All four goddessgirls wore ankle-length flowing gowns called chitons, and their skirts whipped in the breeze as they zipped through the forest of olive, fig, and pomegranate trees, their feet never quite touching the ground. They had come here this afternoon for one purpose: to duel with some of the slimiest, smelliest beasts ever to roam the Earth. Armed with magic-tipped arrows, the goddessgirls had already defeated a she-dragon called Echidna and bested a goat-headed Chimera.
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