Tricks and Transformations Don t mess with the gods And if they mess with you Run like hell Myths and legends are full of stories of the transformation of humans and animals into other things through the magical intervention of

  • Title: Tricks and Transformations
  • Author: Anthony Horowitz
  • ISBN: 9780753465455
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Don t mess with the gods And if they mess with you Run like hell Myths and legends are full of stories of the transformation of humans and animals into other things through the magical intervention of the Gods From better known characters like Actaeon, the famous Greek huntsman who was doomed to become a stag forever chased by his own dogs, and Glaucus, the fDon t mess with the gods And if they mess with you Run like hell Myths and legends are full of stories of the transformation of humans and animals into other things through the magical intervention of the Gods From better known characters like Actaeon, the famous Greek huntsman who was doomed to become a stag forever chased by his own dogs, and Glaucus, the fisherman who became a fish himself, only to fall hopelessly in love with a naiad, to the Japanese tale of the Goddess Amaterasu, who created the first eclipse when she hid herself in a cave and , this collection proves that all is never what it seems when it comes to the affairs of the Gods.

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    About "Anthony Horowitz"

    1. Anthony Horowitz

      Anthony Horowitz, OBE is ranked alongside Enid Blyton and Mark A Cooper as The most original and best spy kids authors of the century New York Times Anthony has been writing since the age of eight, and professionally since the age of twenty In addition to the highly successful Alex Rider books, he is also the writer and creator of award winning detective series Foyle s War, and recently event drama Collision, among his other television works he has written episodes for Poirot, Murder in Mind, Midsomer Murders and Murder Most Horrid Anthony became patron to East Anglia Children s Hospices in 2009 On 19 January 2011, the estate of Arthur Conan Doyle announced that Horowitz was to be the writer of a new Sherlock Holmes novel, the first such effort to receive an official endorsement from them and to be entitled the House of Silkcmillan author anthon

    189 thoughts on “Tricks and Transformations”

    1. A good collection of stories of transformations, mostly unfortunate. 'The Monkey Who Would Be King' made me nostalgic for my childhood days watching Monkey Magic. I wish Horowitz had looked beyond the usual Greek and Roman mythology a bit more in this series and showcased more Eastern and Middle Eastern stories.


    2. This book is all about legends from the past in the early B.C.s and it talks all about legends in Greek, Japan, and more. I will tell the plot of one legend in the story because there will be too much paragraphs and paragraphs of words to tell every single one of them. The legend "The Hounds of Actaeon," there was a famous and skilled hunter named Actaeon and 50 hounds that are loyal only to Actaeon each have special skills and abilities that aid in killing their prey for example, one of the hou [...]


    3. By Anthony Horowitz. Legends #6. Grade B+.Tricks and Transformations is the sixth and the last book in the series Legends by Anthony Horowitz.The theme of the series is that “Legends and Myths make life interesting”. Here is an extract from the introduction of the book which I was immediately drawn to:Take a look at the sky. Does it delight you to know that a solar eclipse is an astronomical event that occurs when the Earth intersects the umbra portion of the Moon’s shadow and that it can [...]


    4. Being a fan of classic mythology, I don't really know what I was expecting. This is a "kids book" and by that I don't mean that it's a book appropriate for kids. What I mean is dumbed down stories with a font size several digits too big, as if the "kids" need bite-size mythological stories. What I got was stories I already knew, without the proper context but with some younger lingo thrown in there for the hell of it. Not worth your money, no matter how cheap, not worth your time, no matter how [...]




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