The Immortal Fire by Anne Ursu
(Cronus Chronicles)

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After their near-fatal battle with Poseidon, Charlotte and Zee would love nothing more than to relax and forget all over again that the Greek gods are real. But with the world in peril and no one else to save it, that just isn’t an option. Charlotte and Zee meet the Prometheans, an ancient brotherhood trying to protect mankind from the gods, who have finally found a weapon capable of bringing Zeus to his knees. But using it will come at a great cost, one Charlotte and Zee are not willing to pay. They strike out on their own for Mount Olympus, with the Prometheans, an angry Chimera, and all sorts of mythological beings on their tail. . . .

About Anne Ursu

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Anne Ursu is the author of Breadcrumbs, which was a Publishers Weekly Best Book, a School Library Journal Best Book, a Bulletin Blue Ribbon Book, an IndieBound Indie Next List pick, an Best Book of the Year, a Chicago Public Library Best of the Best, and a featured selection for NPR's Backseat Book Club, in addition to earning four starred reviews. She is also the author of the Cronus Chronicles trilogy: The Shadow Thieves, The Siren Song, and The Immortal Fire; in addition to two well-received adult books, Spilling Clarence and The Disapparation Of James. Anne is a professor of writing for children at Hamline University. She lives in Minneapolis with her son and three cats.
Published May 22, 2009 by Atheneum Books for Young Readers. 528 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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I’m referring to Charlotte and Zee discovering that Greek myths are real (who knew?), demons from Hades can create an army consisting of stolen children’s shadows, and the great god Poseidon is not really the friendliest fish in the sea.

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