The Ousias Free read Ð 5

review The Ousias

The Ousias Free read Ð 5 ´ Long ago Egyptian Greek and many other mythological beings existed for many millennia until they passed away over time But many of these beings receive a second chance at life They chose to rename themselves Ousia oo see ah to represent their new existence These Ousias wanted to help improve the lives of mankind but some of them R to either enslave or destroy mankind These evil Ousias tried to wipe out the others but the good and heroic Ousias defeated them And the evil Ousias were imprisoned for eternity until one of them escaped Three siblings Kendra Roland and Juan Wit prepare to begin another school year But the teens soon discover that this semester is a. I received a copy of this from Goodreads First Reads My review has not been influencedThe premise and plot of the book is interesting if a bit similar to Rick Riordan's Kane Chronicles Mythology is really popular right now in books so that's a plusHowever I think there are three issues with this book1 There are so so many grammar and sentence structure errors I read a lot of Indie books so I'm fairly used to them Even so there were several times in this book I had to re read a sentence two or three times to understand what was being said This is jarring and distractingExample Several months has passed Thoth was able to find a job in Chicago in preparation of meeting the chosen ones Two errors in just one 'sentence' although it should be two sentencesOn a slightly related note this book is written almost entirely in present tense I won't say that detracts from it since this is just my personal opinion but present tense books are not as interesting to read for me I don't know why; it makes no logical sense but I prefer books written in past tense2 This book needs to be edited down a lot I'd say probably 75 pages could be done away with The reader doesn't need to be told every single thing that is happening especially if it's irrelevant to the storyExample Malcolm goes downstairs to the basement since he didn't want his kids to hear him on the phone He calls Miss Wallace a social worker at the Homebound Orphanage who had helped him and Rose with the adoption paperwork Malcolm thanks Miss Wallace for her advice on helping him out of his blunder It had been her idea to wait for Kendra to make the first move Malcolm happily concludes his discussion with her He walks back up to his office We didn't learn anything from that nor did it contribute to the plotcharacter development It could have been omitted entirely3 It's unclear who is the intended audience From the cover art my first assumption was 3rd4th graders The simple writing style and plot also lends to that assumption Additionally there is a ton of good vs evil in this book great another elementary writing element However the length of the book is too much for that age It's along the lines of 5th6th grade Yet by that point they're learning life isn't as simple as good vs evil and the writing style is going to be too simple to hold their attention Another element to add to the confusion is the characters' ages two of them are in high school I like to give books away if I don't want to keep them so someone else can enjoy them However with this audience age issue I don't know to whom I can give itThis is not a bad book but I think it could do with a re working If it was edited shortened and the characters' ages were lowered by a few years to allow for reader connection I think it could be a good elementary age book

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Long ago Egyptian Greek and many other mythological beings existed for many millennia until they passed away over time But many of these beings receive a second chance at life They chose to rename themselves Ousia oo see ah to represent their new existence These Ousias wanted to help improve the lives of mankind but some of them prefe. Won The Ousias on Goodreads What a very well written story about Egyptian mythology and fantasy It's on of those books that you just can't put down and one that has you hoping Mr Spearman will write a seuel to

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The OusiasNything but typical The teens learn that they are the chosen ones of the Ousias The teens receive magical bracelets to protect the human race from the deadliest Ousia in Egyptian mythology Seth The teens find themselves in an incredible adventure and a race against time to use their newly found powers to prevent Seth from ruling manki. I started out reading this book and thinking it looks interesting enough why not try it out However in the first couple of paragraphs I felt a sense of déjà vu Although the author has obviously tried to make this novel uniue I definitely think the plot is too cliché for the modern era Rick Riordan for example is a top selling author whose main focus is mythology; The Lightning Thief series was one of a few mythological series Riordan has written successfully The writing in this novel was okay but with focused on this kind of literature I think it would definitely be among the top sellers for mythical fiction readers