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Free read Tut (Tut: My Immortal Life #1) ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tut The Story of My Immortal Life is a funny fast paced novel for young readers by PJ Hoover which chronicles the mischievous adventures of King Tut now an immortal eighth grader living in Washington DCYou’d think it would be great being anGeneral is in league with the Cult of Set a bunch of guys who worship one of the scariest gods of the Egyptian pantheon Set the god of ChaosThe General and the Cult of Set have plans for Tut and if Tut doesn’t find a way to keep out of their clutches he’ll never make it to the afterworld aliv. I've read a lot about mythology lately Greek Norse Egyptian Chinese it doesn't matter As long as the book is about mythology I'll read it I'm especially loved middle grade and young adult books about mythology I blame the Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan for this Therefore I thought I would love Tut The Story of My Immortal Life Unfortunately after reading the book I found myself feeling very underwhelmed I didn't hate it but I definitely didn't love it either There were parts of this book that I did love such as the snarky sense of humor I also really enjoyed the shabtis However most of this book drove me crazy There were so many plot holes and inconsistencies For example Tut breaks an oath to Horus for which you would think there would be conseuences In fact it's strongly implied in the book that there will be conseuences However nothing happens The whole situation practically gets ignored Tut the main character in the book drove me crazy He was incredibly irresponsible and had no common sense whatsoever He meets this new girl named Tia From the beginning she acts very suspicious Right away you can tell that she's hiding something and isn't trustworthy Despite all of that Tut tells her some very important secrets and shows her a secret tomb I just wanted to reach through the book shake him and ask him what the heck he was thinkingOther than a little bit of snarkiness from the shabtis I didn't like Tut The Story of My Immortal Life at all The book was a major letdown It was disappointing considering how much I loved PJ Hoover's other book Solstice There is a seuel to Tut The Story of My Immortal Life but I don't think I will be picking it up Even though I didn't enjoy this book younger readers that are fans of the Percy Jackson series might like this book

Tut Tut My Immortal Life #1General is in league with the Cult of Set a bunch of guys who worship one of the scariest gods of the Egyptian pantheon Set the god of ChaosThe General and the Cult of Set have plans for Tut and if Tut doesn’t find a way to keep out of their clutches he’ll never make it to the afterworld aliv. I've read a lot about mythology lately Greek Norse Egyptian Chinese it doesn't matter As long as the book is about mythology I'll read it I'm especially loved middle grade and young adult books about mythology I blame the Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan for this Therefore I thought I would love Tut The Story of My Immortal Life Unfortunately after reading the book I found myself feeling very underwhelmed I didn't hate it but I definitely didn't love it either There were parts of this book that I did love such as the snarky sense of humor I also really enjoyed the shabtis However most of this book drove me crazy There were so many plot holes and inconsistencies For example Tut breaks an oath to Horus for which you would think there would be conseuences In fact it's strongly implied in the book that there will be conseuences However nothing happens The whole situation practically gets ignored Tut the main character in the book drove me crazy He was incredibly irresponsible and had no common sense whatsoever He meets this new girl named Tia From the beginning she acts very suspicious Right away you can tell that she's hiding something and isn't trustworthy Despite all of that Tut tells her some very important secrets and shows her a secret tomb I just wanted to reach through the book shake him and ask him what the heck he was thinkingOther than a little bit of snarkiness from the shabtis I didn't like Tut The Story of My Immortal Life at all The book was a major letdown It was disappointing considering how much I loved PJ Hoover's other book Solstice There is a seuel to Tut The Story of My Immortal Life but I don't think I will be picking it up Even though I didn't enjoy this book younger readers that are fans of the Percy Jackson series might like this book

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Tut (Tut: My Immortal Life #1) ¹ Tut The Story of My Immortal Life is a funny fast paced novel for young readers by PJ Hoover which chronicles the mischievous adventures of King Tut now an immortal eighth grader living in Washington DCYou’d think it would be great being an Egyptian demigod but if King Tut has to sit through eig. I have been waiting for AGES for this book to come out There are doodles in the margins of my notebooks in sixth grade three years ago that say Tut on them and mentions of shabtis in my notes This book has been my favorite since I read it as a beta reader and I even had to dig it out and reread it once Tut is a character you'll want to meet in real life Gil is the older guardianmentorbrotherbest friend you'll wish you had and will pretend you do There are mad Egyptian generals evil gods scarab hearts and romance It's deliciously amazing and just about everyone in the world should read it review é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × P.J. Hoover

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P.J. Hoover × 6 Free read Hth grade one time he’ll mummify himselfGranted the gift of immortality by the gods or is it a curse Tut has been stuck in middle school for ages Even worse evil General Horemheb the man who killed Tut’s father and whom Tut imprisoned in a tomb for three thousand years is out and after him The. Move over Harry Potter Stand back Percy Jackson There’s a new kid hero in town Only he’s not the “boy who lived” or a half godhalf boy — he’s immortal Tut’s the name as in Tutankhamon You think you know the story of King Tut but you have no idea You see the storied Egyptian Boy King wasn’t actually killed and buried in the tomb Who was Well as PJ Hoover says in her afterword that’s another story Tut will hate me for that “boy king” remark so I’ll make it up to him by letting you in on an important fact Tut is NOT short The history books got that wrong tooYou’ll have to read Tut The Story of My Immortal Life to find out exactly how Tut avoids death and gains immortality But he escapes an attempt on his life and discovers that his father mother and brother were all killed by his traitorous uncle Horemheb And over 3000 years later we meet up with Tut in Washington DC to find he’s still bent on revengeI like Tut He’ll tell you he’s not an egomaniac and he’s really not But he has a definite swagger that naturally comes with being a pharaoh And let’s face it when you have shabtis — little funerary minions who’ve been spelled to serve you with unswerving loyalty and devotion — it’s hard not to enjoy it Especially when you’re an eighth grader and these little guys do your homework The shabtis who affectionately call to mind the film Night at the Museum supply added smiles and laughter to the novel’s already healthy dose of humor Tut has names for all of them of course And in his own way Colonel Cody the shabti leader will become as near and dear to readers as Harry Potter’s loveable buddy Dobby Only Colonel Cody is much cooler And I haven’t even told you about Tut’s other friends Horus and Gil But don’t let me spoil all your fun Read the book and meet them yourselves Tut The Story of My Immortal Life includes a rousing mix of Egyptian gods curses scarab plagues and other assorted dangers as well as interesting and mysterious characters — friends and foes — both human and immortal But the story remains tightly focused on Tut and his unshakeable need for revenge Your book won’t gather dust since the plot is well paced Indeed you’ll take great pleasure in following Tut’s footsteps to find out whether or not he exacts his coveted retribution on his duplicitous uncleVerdict 45 of 5 Hearts A Living Breathing Egyptian Treasure Riordan readers hungry for a switch from Greek myth or those who’ve finished The Kane Chronicles will unearth a trove of excitement in PJ Hoover’s absorbing adventure inspired by ancient history and mythologyOriginally published on my blog ReadLove Disclosure of Material Connection I would like to thank NetGalley and Macmillan TorForge for providing me access to this title I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”