Spencer's an infamously well-known “god” uninterested in his own fate. He turns nineteen-years-old on the first day of his last year at Colt Academy, the academic institution for gladiators. To celebrate, he unwillingly mentors a mysterious nerd, watches his family's helicopter plunge into the...
Spencer Colt: The nineteen year old protagonist is rumored to be the most powerful god alive. He could care less about the praise he receives. In fact, he does his very best to push others away. In spite of his efforts, people are grossly attracted to him.
Michelle Miyamoto: The lion tattoos wrapped around her legs make her a feisty demigoddess. Her aggressive personality clashes with Spencer's, but her compassionate heart makes her unavoidable.
Hannah: There aren't many women in the world that match her beauty. She and Spencer flirt heavily, but both consider each other friends. There's room for romance with Hannah around, but she's such a mystery that forming bonds with her is difficult.
Kode: A mysterious boy trapped behind the mask of Tartarus.
Leonardo: A brilliant nerd that has a lot riding on his shoulders.
Dennis Colt: Spencer's father. He doesn't find much time to interact with his son because he's too busy trying to prevent a tyrant from taking over America.
Angie Colt: Spencer's cousin that he hasn't seen in years. She's grown so much but hasn't changed a bit.
Vincent Colt: Spencer's uncle that protects the Seal of Solomon. He single-handedly reunited America's West and South Coasts.
There are a lot of forums that discuss which themes are considered too adult for YA. To stay on the safe side, keep this away from younger children. But if your child watches South Park, you're more than okay with reading this book.
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