The Eternal City

The Eternal City

Book - 2015
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Laura Martin is on a class trip to Rome when Mercury, a dark-eyed boy with wings on his heels, appears to give her a message, and Laura soon realizes that she is at the center of a brewing battle between the gods and goddesses--and only she and her friends can unravel the mystery behind what is happening.
Publisher: New York, NY : Point, ©2015
ISBN: 9780545251334
Branch Call Number: MORRIS
Characteristics: 291 pages ; 22 cm


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kirstd31 Jan 14, 2017

Laura takes her dream trip to Rome, but weird things start to happen. Almost everyone from her school is sick and a seagull tries to take her charm bracelet off her wrist.
I love this author. This book was not has good as her other books. The story line was obvious and the story dragged on. The book was only OK.

PCCLD_TAB_Teens Jun 23, 2016

The Eternal City was an amazing book! I love Paul Morris, because while the rising action may seem a bit slow, it keeps you hooked. The book was incredibly descriptive, providing picture images instead of flashy actions. The plot was perfect as well, easy to understand yet complex enough to keep you reading. Small details made the book as magical as it was, but everything overall tied it together to make it great.

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