Jason: Quest for the Golden Fleece [A Greek Myth]

Jason Quest for the Golden Fleece A Greek Myth Jason was born a prince of the kingdom of Argos But when Jason was a child his uncle Pelias stole the throne and sent Jason into hiding Now a young man Jason returns to claim his birthright But Peli

  • Title: Jason: Quest for the Golden Fleece [A Greek Myth]
  • Author: Jeff Limke Tim Seeley Barbara Schulz
  • ISBN: 9780822565710
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jason was born a prince of the kingdom of Argos But when Jason was a child, his uncle Pelias stole the throne and sent Jason into hiding Now a young man, Jason returns to claim his birthright But Pelias only sneers He demands that Jason prove himself by retrieving the priceless, magical Golden Fleece from the far off land of Colchis Jason accepts the challenge and gatJason was born a prince of the kingdom of Argos But when Jason was a child, his uncle Pelias stole the throne and sent Jason into hiding Now a young man, Jason returns to claim his birthright But Pelias only sneers He demands that Jason prove himself by retrieving the priceless, magical Golden Fleece from the far off land of Colchis Jason accepts the challenge and gathers a ship full of Greek war heroes to aid him But what deadly trials has Aeetes, King of Colchis, set for Jason And what plans does the beautiful witch Medea have for the seeker of the Golden Fleece

    One thought on “Jason: Quest for the Golden Fleece [A Greek Myth]”

    1. Medea is one of my favorite mythological characters. I get that she's kind of a terrible human being (okay, more than kind of), but she's still awesome. Don't tone her down with this pushing her brother overboard nonsense. Have her chop him into pieces like she's supposed to.

    2. As the cover demonstrates, the artwork is pretty well done. The artist even cites at the beginning and the end of this graphic novel which sources he used in his research as well as who checked his work for visual accuracy. I do like a well researched graphic novel!Most of the story is pretty straight forward, but there were a couple of places where I was slightly confused, not knowing the other myths that play to this one. I think for the most part, students would like the story (lots of advent [...]

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