Saturday, January 16, 2016

Camp Myth: Phoenix Watching Review...

Welcome to Camp Myth, the only summer camp built exclusively for young mythological creatures. Forget canoe rides and knot tying lessons - these kids are more likely to fish for a Kraken, or learn the proper way to train a Chimera!

Join Felix, a rebellious Fae forced to attend camp as punishment for his obsession with humans; Argee, the first (and only) nerdy Cyclops; and Moxie, a Kitsune who would rather smart-mouth than shape-shift. Can these three mythic outcasts survive long enough to earn a merit badge for Phoenix Watching, or will they end up as just another campfire story?

Packed with over fifteen pieces of amazing artwork, and an all-ages story based on mythologies from across the globe, Phoenix Watching is the perfect way to spend your summer vacation!

Camp Myth is a unique new YA series by Chris Lewis Carter that gives readers a chance to be featured in a future volume. Find out how you can enroll a character at


Camp Myth is a camp for mythological creatures.  It is kind of like the Rick Riordan books only with fae, mermaids, kitsunia, etc instead of demi Gods.  This book follows a fae, kitsunia and cyclopes and all the excitement they get into in just two days time.

So I enjoyed this book.  It had a fun plot, the characters were great and the pace was good.  However, it just ends with a line like, "How often do you get to meet a unicorn?"  Don't get wrong it's a great line but not a good ending to the book.  While it was an enjoyable book I needed more.  I will have to see if there are more books now.

4 mythical stars!

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