Source:W. Lamb Books, Volume 1st American, New York, p.289 (2008)
Call Number:Cubb Curr PS3558 .A3395 S63 2008
Keywords:Andromeda (Greek mythology)--Fiction, Andromeda (Greek mythology)--Juvenile fiction, Fate and fatalism--Fiction, Greece--History--To 146 B.C.--Fiction, Greece--History--To 146 B.C.--Juvenile fiction, Greek--Juvenile fiction, Mythology, Mythology, Greek--Fiction, Perseus (Greek mythology)--Fiction, Perseus (Greek mythology)--Juvenile fiction, Seriphos Island (Greece)--Antiquities--Fiction, Seriphos Island (Greece)--Antiquities--Juvenile fiction, Young adult fiction
Summary: Compelled by his father Zeus to accept the evil king Polydectes's challenge to bring the head of the monstrous Medusa to the Aegean island of Serifos, Perseus, although questioning the gods' interference in human lives, sets out, accompanied by his beloved Andromeda, a princess with her own harsh destiny to fulfill.
Lexile measure 680; Ages 13-up; Book level 5.1