Getting sucked into a whirlpool, sleeping in monster-infested woods, and battling psycho sea-nymphs was not how Hailey planned to spend her first year of high school. But when you’re the only Zeus in the world, life tends to get a bit complicated…
The Great Battle saw the world changed forever when humans killed the gods and absorbed their powers. One power was coveted above all others: Zeus’s. Thirteen-year-old Hailey Woods is the first Zeus in over a century. Unlike everyone else, she hates her powers, because of an ancient prophecy that claims a Zeus will have to save the world someday.
Hailey doesn’t want to save the world. She wants to be a normal teenager, whose biggest dilemma is deciding what to eat for lunch. Poseidon’s Academy, an underwater palace where her powers don’t work, was meant to give her that opportunity. But when she arrives, she discovers the sea-nymphs living there are plotting to resurrect the gods, and Hailey must find a way to stop them before they can enact the prophecy.
So much for normal!
Hailey returns to Poseidon’s Academy for her second year of high school. She hopes this year will be less eventful than the last, but with the Nereids still intent on resurrecting the gods, she doubts it. They become the least of her worries, though, when a special ops team known as PET infiltrates the school, taking everyone hostage. Their mission is to explore the palace and procure anything of value before reporting the palace’s location to their superiors.
Hailey doesn’t think things can get any worse, but then students start getting sick with a deadly disease that not even an Asclepius can heal. So now Hailey must keep the Nereids from resurrecting the gods, stop PET from shutting down the school, and find a cure to an incurable disease.
Poseidon's Academy and the Vanishing Students
With the nereids banished from Poseidon’s Academy, Hailey expects her third year of high school to finally be normal—no monsters trying to eat her, no incurable disease sweeping through the Academy, and no one trying to resurrect the gods. But the Fates have different plans in mind for Hailey.
Only a few weeks into the school year a student vanishes. Everyone believes them lost in the palace, but when more students begin disappearing one by one, Hailey realises someone, or something, is taking the students and that everyone living in the Academy is in serious danger.
Poseidon's Academy and the Olympian Mysteries
Hailey’s worst fear has come true: the gods have returned from the dead. Before anyone can call on her to fight them, Hailey flees to Poseidon’s Island. She doesn’t care that there’s a prophecy that says a Zeus is the only one capable of defeating the gods; she has no intention of entering the battle that’s about to be waged… That is until the gods begin enslaving the human population and burning entire cities to ash. As much as she wants to hide away, Hailey can’t stand by and watch people die. She teams up with her friends and enters into the chaos. But the gods aren’t working alone. A cult known as the Olympian Mysteries is protecting them, and they’ll stop at nothing to keep the gods in power—especially if it means killing Hailey to put an end to the prophecy once and for all.