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When I first started with this book, I wasn't totally sure how I was going to feel about it. Middle school aged characters always sort of seem to exist in a sort of limbo for me because it can be difficult to balance how they realistically ought to be behaving with a story that is interesting enough to maintain the reader's interest. In this case, though, I'd say that the book was a amazing success! Admittedly, the mom in me balks at the idea of middle school students having boyfriends, but it's not unheard of and adds to the realism of the story. Personally, I really appreciate that the author thought to address some very serious, very true globe issues even in a story that isn't completely realistic. Fantasy often has a method of overshadowing the more true elements of a story, and that absoultely did not happen in this story. I value the method that she handled these issues, showing young readers both the ways they truly instinctively wish to react (like Rocket's a lot of snippy comments and tantrums in relation to her mother's fresh husband and her impending siblings) as well as healthy ways to work through these rsonally, I found the book to have sort of a slow start, which is why I give it four stars rather than five. If you stick with it, though, the story is fun, creative, and deals so well with the realities that so a lot of kids live on a everyday basis. I'll be encouraging my son to read this one when he gets a small older, for sure!
Inspired is a charming story, aimed at a YA audience but enjoyable for readers of all ages, who have fun teen drama, mixed with magic and mythology. The protagonist Rocket has a life that feels very true with relatable challenges. And then the magic kicks in. Sprinkled with literary figures and loaded with Greek mythology, the fantastical interludes provide solace and coping mechanisms for the true life drama. It is a very promising debut novel. My tween and teen daughters both loved it. I highly recommend it!
I was pulled into the story like the main hero -Rocket Malone - was pulled into her mirror and off into the globe of Greek mythology, muses and teenage girls. This book is a unbelievable YA read (and for those a bit older). Rocket, like a lot of teens, has a lot to work out. Being an Los Angeles native I was quickly picturing myself right there with Rocket. I have to agree with another reviewer this book is Percy Jones meets Judy Blume. Now time to search a YA to share this with!
When the book begins Rocket is unpacking and trying to deal with moving from the only home she ever known into the fresh stepdad’s runky trippy house. She is scared and alone feeling like her globe is upside down. She deals with this by being sarcastic. While this is happening, something odd occurs. She gets a disc mirror that has her see into a strange place. Than her mate has begun to change and her globe is e only method Rocket knows to protect herself is to shutdown and be sarcastic and angry. She does do the typical tween thing and lash out. She doesn’t know what else to do. When she just begins to feel a small more settled her globe once again is turned around. Her mom gives her life changing news for someone her age and her Aunt Polly tells her she is a muse apprentice. Couple this with the boy Ryan she meets and who is in pain and having his globe fall apart as well again and we have a girl with a lot to deal with. She is overwhelmed and angry. And she feels alone.We see the immaturity of Rocket at the beginning of the book. We see her anger and pain as well. This is expressly written and helps you truly obtain a picture of how overwhelmed and scared Rocket is. She doesn’t deal well with change. As time goes on Rocket does create mistakes but learns from them but she also is introduced to a various globe and learns to live and express herself in a more productive way. She gains mates of the other muse apprentices and sees life differently. She grows and matures. We see her see how others are feeling and she doesn’t just react by lashing out anymore. She begins to process her emotions but also gain empathy. She gains passion and strength but learns so much in her apprenticeship.I love how Rocket’s relationship with Ryan and her stepdad evolves. She goes from sarcasm to acceptance and love. Ryan is one that she helps through his grief and pain. The hero that I love the most is Yaya. She is a hoot and helps Rocket see that living life to its fullest is about showing a celebration of being alive. She helps center Rocket but also gets her to see what life is and how to see life is precious and beautiful.We see Rocket grow and mature. She begins to look within and accept herself and love herself. This is amazing imaginative method to teach others this lesson. That people won’t accept you if you don’t accept yourself first. The story is fun and imaginative. The stories on Mount Hellikon are so sweet, imaginative and entertaining. The story is told with Rocket narrating it so it is written in that 13 year old voice. We see the confusion, the anger, the immaturity and frustration of that age play out but we also see her grow and as she does so does her is is a amazing middle grade book. I would say even to some extent YA book. Why? the book is written with the main character's voice and it is spot on for her age. She has so much event all at once and this book shows how she deals with it but also how she grows and matures. We see Rocket deal with all the changes with sarcasm and inner pain but also we see how inspiring she can be. She learns that the only method to truly inspire another is to inspire yourself but also love yourself because if you don't accept yourself than no one really will as well. A fun imaginative story that just entertains. I look forward to more in this series and from this author.
Overall it’s a fun read-my only problems what at one point three chapters repeat in the book-this appears to be a printing problem which doesn’t reflect on the story. The four stars was because it was slow in the beginning and locations that could have been further expanded upon were left bare. Otherwise a fun and enjoyable read.
Hero challenged me to not only raise my children to be Godly people, but created me question, "I am a living example of what I hope to raise my kids to be?", I was forced to confront the problem that if I wish my kids to bring honor and glory to God with the method they live their life, I must also do the same. It gave my wife and I a crystal clear vision of how we wish to raise our children and how to teach them to create the most of their life. This is a book you need to read with a highlighter and pen, and definitely refer back to later.If you have children or not, A MUST READ!
I recommend everything Britton LaTulippe writes. I’ve read a plethora of books about raising children, homeschooling, and character. I have found Britton to not only be wise but he brings such depth into his topics as I’ve never heard before. I would recommend this book to everyone even if you don’t have children. It’ll support us to have wisdom to not only glean from but also to share with others.
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