The Adventures of Omicron is a six-part Greek Mythological chapter series aimed at young readers aged between 6-10. The books can be enjoyed by younger children if parents wish to read to them as well as older kids who enjoy similar themes. Available in paperback and on kindle from Amazon worldwide. See links below for UK and US.
Book 1: The Temple of Mount Olympus
When the mighty god Zeus gives his daughter Athena a little mechanical owl for her birthday, she is overjoyed and names him Omicron. But poor Omicron is not allowed to stay with Athena on Mount Olympus until he has proved himself worthy of living amongst the gods. So Zeus sends him down to Ancient Greece to battle mythological monsters and outwit cunning creatures.
In his first adventure, Omicron must help Delphina the High Priestess to protect the Temple of Olympus against the dangerous giant Thoon and his band of burly brothers. Will Omicron ever return to Mount Olympus?
Book 2: Voyage on the Argo
Omicron’s quest to prove his worth and rejoin the goddess Athena continues as he meets Jason and the Argonauts on board the famous ship, the Argo.
Surrounded by the finest Greek warriors, Omicron wonders what on earth Zeus is thinking. Surely the fearsome Argonauts don’t need the help of a small mechanical owl?
But all too soon the Argo enters troubled waters, and Omicron must find the courage to face the deadly dangers ahead. Will he ever return to Mount Olympus?
Book 3: The Gorgon’s Head
In his third adventure to prove his worth to the gods and rejoin Athena, Omicron finds himself fighting alongside Queen Myrina and her fearless tribe of warrior women known as the Amazons. Sent to protect Pandora and her mysterious box, the Amazon warriors will surely fight off any danger.
But this time their enemy is far more powerful than any foe they have encountered before. And with Hades making trouble, Omicron will find his faith in the gods shaken. Will he ever return to Mount Olympus?
Book 4: Riddle of the Sphinx
In his fourth adventure, Omicron is desperate to return to Mount Olympus and his goddess Athena. Whilst Zeus forbids Hades from making trouble, Omicron’s problems are far from over as he befriends Chiron the centaur and his boy warrior students. When Chiron is called away, Omicron is left in charge. Safe inside the centaur’s giant cavern on Mount Pelion, no harm can possibly come to the boys.
But beyond the waterfalls and forest that surround the cavern lies the deadly desert. And hidden in the sand a dangerous creature waits. Will Omicron be able to protect the students? And will he ever return to Mount Olympus?
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