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Pegasus and the Origins of Olympus is a science fiction fantasy. It is an audiobook that is primarily for children around 10 years of age or above. The book is written by Kate O’Hearn. She has a fine reputation as an author and especially when it comes to writing children’s audiobooks. If you want to have a look at some more novels by Kate then the most prominent ones are Titans and Pegasus and the End of Olympus.
The subject novel is the 4th chapter of the series. The narration of Pegasus and the Origins of Olympus is done by Jane Perry. Jane is an actress and her vocal skills for audiobooks are quite good. She is pretty much suitable for science fiction novels for children, like this one.
In this novel, you will be joining Pegasus and Emily continuing with their new epic adventure as a legend. The experience will take us all back to the beginning age of mythology.
Olympus is stuck by a very deadly plague. The heart of Emily breaks down just as she sees Pegasus slipping away, while at the same time, Olympians were fading one after the other. Emily sets herself on a mission to investigate, which leads her back into the time of the origins of Olympus. She was quite determined to save Pegasus. That had to come through fighting a deadly battle between the Titans and the Olympians.
The book did quite well in the print format. It is new on audible and looks promising to find its good share of followers soon. Children will have a good time and it is worth giving a try.