Hephaistos (Olympians, #11) by George O'Connor

Hephaistos (Olympians, #11)

Thrown from Mount Olympus as a newborn and caught by Thetis and Eurynome, who raised him on the island of Lemnos, Hephaistos had an aptitude for creating beautiful objects from a very young age. Despite his rejection from Olympus, he swallowed his anger and spent his days perfecting his craft. His exquisitely forged gifts and weapons earned him back his seat in the heavens, but he was not treated as an equal—his brothers and sisters looked down...


Details Hephaistos (Olympians, #11)

TitleHephaistos (Olympians, #11)
ISBN9781626725287
Author
Release DateJan 29th, 2019
PublisherFirst Second
LanguageEnglish
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Fantasy, Mythology, Comics, Young Adult, Childrens, Middle Grade, Greek Mythology
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Reviews Hephaistos (Olympians, #11)

  • Ashley Owens
    1970-01-01
    I received an electronic ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.I honestly learned more in this volume than I have for a long time. This is definitely in the top 3 favorite of this series for me.I really liked hearing about Hephaestus' story, I knew basically nothing about it previously. And I'm glad we finally got to see Dionysus.I'll definitely be buying a finished paper copy of this when it comes out! The last page had blank speech ...
  • Jenni Frencham
    1970-01-01
    O'Connor, George. Hephaistos: God of Fire. First Second, 2019.This eleventh installment in George O'Connor's Olympians series focuses on Hephaistos, with a side plot surrounding the story of Prometheus. Full-color illustrations draw the eye to the page, and the action-filled plot will have readers turning pages to discover what happens next. The end matter includes information about various titans and gods and other information regarding particul...
  • Janet
    1970-01-01
    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher --- Thrown from Mount Olympus as a newborn and caught by Thetis and Eurynome, who raised him on the island of Lemnos, Hephaistos had an aptitude for creating beautiful objects from a very young age. Despite his rejection from Olympus, he swallowed his anger and spent his days perfecting his craft. His exquisitely forged gifts...
  • Rummanah (Books in the Spotlight)
    1970-01-01
    Least favorite of the Olympians series. The dialogue started with formal writing then veered strangely into modern day. I can't picture Hermes saying "Hook me up, bro". Totally took me out of the graphic novel. This felt more like a Promethus graphic novel rather than Hephaistos. Review coming soon.
  • Sue
    1970-01-01
    I've enjoyed every single book in this series. As a school librarian I can say that the books never sit on the shelf. Always a waiting/hold list going. Students are still very interested in mythology and this us one of the best books/series I've found that brings the stories to younger students.
  • Beth
    1970-01-01
    ARC from netgalley