Out of time and out of her element, teenager Zoe Calder finds herself in ancient Greece, battling against the power of the Olympians and the vengeance of a scorned goddes-all for the strange and mysterious boy she has come to love. Critical Acclaim for The DigIf you like mythology, smart girls, and dreamy-eyed boys then The Dig is definitely a book you want to check out. Dulcy, My Summer Girl BooksZeus a hot, immortal, teenage boy. Who can fly. Yep, thats the whole package. -Ana Turner, What YA ReadingTake one part Percy Jackson plus a dash of time travel and mix well with equal parts romance and adventure and you get The Dig. -Alison M, The Cheap ReaderHart brings us the most original and probably most fun look at Greek mythology in a long time. She takes the whole cast of them, Zeus, Athena, Hera, and nine others, and turns them into teenagers with emotions, fears, and hormones. -S. StevensonThe Dig is pure fun. It has everything that makes for a really fun read: time travel, Greek gods, and of course, a little bit of romance. -Kelly, The Bookscape ReportZoe Calder has always been an outsider. Stashed away in boarding schools since her parents died, Zoe buries herself in the study of ancient worlds. Her greatest thrill is spending her summers with her archeologist aunt and uncle on digs around the world. And one day, while investigating a newly unearthed temple in Crete, Zoe discovers a luminous artifact that transports her to ancient Greece. As Zoe quickly learns, the Olympian Gods are real, living people-humans with mysterious powers… Powers that Zoe quickly realizes she has come to possess, as well. However, when the people of ancient Greece mistake Zoe for an Olympian, the Gods must restore the balance of the ancient world… No matter what. Zoe is forced to play a confusing and dangerous game as Hera rallies the gods against her-all except for Zeus, the beautiful, winged young god who risks everything to save her.
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