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Stickman Odyssey: An Epic Doodle

June 10, 2011

Who doesn’t remember reading the Odyssey back in the day? The many challenges Odysseus and his crew had to face in order to return home from the Trojan battle in such a heroic effort…..well this story shows a whole new visual to this epic. Christopher Ford has gone back and opened up the dusty old pages of the Odyssey to bring you Stickman Odyssey: An Epic Doodle. This story is about a a man named Zozimos who, in the beginning, is lost at sea after a battle that his land had won, but this great victory ended in disaster when he lost his crew and ship when they were trying to return home to Sticatha. Zozimos is save by Athena’s magical power to draw things like a raft and leaves him with these words,”Find your way to Sticatha.” He drifts in the sea until he lands in Marinos Island where his first few sights were ladies bathing and clean water. But after this glorious sight he has seen golems take him away to prison. When he is called upon by the king to hear his story. As for the rest of this tale you’ll just have to pick up the book and see whats in store.

This book had a ton of humor for an epic tale! The drawing are of course all stick figures but who doesn’t love to see QUALITY work like stick figure draws? Other then this factor the story was well written and gave me a few good laughs here and there. If you need a good book to cheer you up a bit, this book would be it. As for a good story read, well, its better to just have it around the house for kids. But a good book none the less. If you need a good laugh pick this book up!

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  1. September 27, 2011 10:12 am

    I really want to see this one. It looks amusing, and students always like ancient Greek stories.

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