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   Hero Perseus, The, by Tony Ditocco  
  Novel, first publication in September 2002
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      Teenager by day, mythological hero by night. It all happens in a flash. PJ Allen, a typical, modern-day 17-year-old, is thrust into an adventure beyond his wildest imagination when he is summoned by Zeus, king of the gods, to recreate a lost moment in time that threatens to wipe out humanity.
    Fraught with giants and dragons, witches and beasts, "The Hero Perseus" chronicles PJs fantastic quest through the ancient world to obtain the helmet of invisibility, winged shoes, and leather bag necessary to defeat the most dangerous of foes - the deadly gorgon Medusa. And just when it seems the battle is over, PJ must contend with an even larger conflict a rematch of the war between the Titans and Olympians.

    Of course, these battles pale in comparison to the conflict being waged on the homefront between two fiery blondes who occupy far too many of PJs thoughts.

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