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Pantheons: The Game of the Gods (Pantheons #2)

4.16 of 5 stars 4.16  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A year has passed since Isaiah Marshall’s father, Zeus, severed his left arm with white lightning in the tournament. During this time, the Indestructible Diamond has been training hard under the mysterious old man who saved his life. Despite his focus and determination, Isaiah has been unsuccessful in his development of his usage of blue-white lightning, nor has he tapped ...more
Kindle Edition, 267 pages
Published June 26th 2012 by Sea Lion Books
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Oct 07, 2013 Katy rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of series, those interested in world mythologies
Recommended to Katy by: E.J. Dabel
Shelves: ebook
Book Info: Genre: Fantasy
Reading Level: Young Adult

My Thoughts: I really enjoyed Dabel’s first book in this series, Pantheons, of which I was fortunate enough to see an ARC that I read 12/1-3/2011. I have been looking forward to reading this second book in the series ever since. One of the nice things about smaller, independent publishers like Sea Lion Books is that the books tend to come out much more quickly than books from the Big Six or other major publishers, from which we’re lucky to rec
Sandra "Jeanz"
I always say I am totally honest in my reviews, so, I have to begin my saying that initially I didn't think that this was "my type" of book. Then I began reading it and thought "oh no its going to be all complicated about gods, and who is on whose side etc etc" but it was not overly complicated and as you came across each God you didn't really need prior knowledge as it was explained and put across which Gods and ~goddesses had which strengths and weaknesses.
The book is well written and once it
*free ebook version won off the Now Is Gone blog in exchange for an honest review*

For most of the story part 2 of the Pantheons series was only a 3 star story for me. I felt it still had many of the problems of the first book (mainly grammatical where words were added). That did clear up as the story went along. I also found myself annoyed at the way the story flowed. I felt there was no clear plot to the story. It seemed to jump around a bit too much. Also, there were parts that the author did
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Revenge is one of the most powerful feelings in the world. Mix that with feeling like you have to prove yourself for past mistakes, past failures, and what you have yet to accomplish, and this combination will drive you like no other. That mixture can have characters that are calm in nature driven to extreme actions. Pantheons: The Game of the Gods by E.J. Dabel, the second book in the Pantheon series, discuss all of this, along with the incorporation of characters we grew to love from the first ...more
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Ernst J. Dabel is the author of “Pantheons”, and is also the President and co-owner of Dabel Brothers Productions, a publishing company specializing in comics and graphic novels. Ernst’s company has adapted novels by major authors such as Dean Koontz, Laurell K. Hamilton, Jim Butcher, George R.R. Martin, Robert Jordan, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Orson Scott Card, Raymond E. Feist, R.A. Salvatore, Patricia ...more
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