Pandora Gets Lazy



❴Reading❵ ➾ Pandora Gets Lazy Author Carolyn Hennesy – E17streets4all.co.uk Pandora is completely distraught after Hera kidnapped her beloved dog Dido, and can barely think about getting to the Atlas Mountains to capture the next evil, Laziness But with the fate of the world Pandora is completely distraught after Hera kidnapped her beloved dog Dido, and can barely think about getting to the Atlas Mountains to capture the next evil, Laziness But with the fate of the world still in her hands, Pandy can t afford to get lazy herself Full of humor, sharp dialog and cinematic storytelling, Pandora Gets Lazy is another fun adventure in the Pandora series.Pandora Gets Lazy

Carolyn Hennesy, a Los Angeles native, has been in over theatrical productions spanning the LA regional and international theatre scenes Having trained at American Conservatory Theatre and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London as well as earning a dramatic scholarship to the California State University at Northridge, she has played such distinguished houses as the Mark Taper Forum, Arizona Theatre Company, Odyssey Theatre, Lobero Theatre and Geary Stage She also studied with the Groundlings in the early s and became a member of the Sunday Company From there Pandora Gets PDF/EPUB ² she moved to the main company at the ACME Comedy Theatre where she performed for years to critical acclaim Carolyn is the recipient of the prestigious Natalie Schafer Award for Outstanding Comedic Actress given by the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle and has been featured as an Actor s Actor in the industry publication Backstage West She recently won the Ovation Award for her work in The Fan Maroo Theatre of NOTE and was an NAACP Award nominee for her ensemble work in Uncle Tom s Cabin Sacred Fools Notable theatre credits include the long running and critically acclaimed It s Just Sex Zephyr Theatre , Equinox Odyssey Theatre , Two Rooms Santa Barbara Theatre Company , View of the Dome Egyptian Arena Stage , Tongue of a Bird and Nothing Sacred Mark Taper Forum , The Heidi Chronicles Arizona Theatre Company , Dangerous Liaisons, Julius Caesar, and The Lion In Winter Knightsbridge , and her one woman show Carolyn Hennesy s Big Leap HBO Workspace Films include Terminator , Legally Blonde Red, White and Blonde, The Cougar Club, Sublime, the Believers and Click Television work includes many regular, guest star and recurring roles in everything from episodics to sit coms, but she can now regularly be seen on ABC s daytime drama General Hospital in the role of Diane Miller, Port Charles smart and sassy mob lawyer In addition to a full time acting career, Carolyn is also an author, proud shop a holic, unabashed foodie, teaches improvisational comedy, speaks American Sign Language fairly well and studies the flying trapeze Butimportant than any of this she is the fabulously happy new wife of actor Donald Agnelli.

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  • Hardcover
  • 280 pages
  • Pandora Gets Lazy
  • Carolyn Hennesy
  • English
  • 10 February 2019
  • 1599901986

10 thoughts on “Pandora Gets Lazy

  1. says:

    Reviewed by JodiG for TeensReadToo.comPandora Atheneus Andromaeche Helena, Pandy to her friends and family, has already saved the world from Vanity and Jealousy The fact that she let them loose on the world in the first place is really just a tiny detail.Pandy is the only daughter of the Titan, Prometheus, and she is in trouble with Zeus Due to an unfortunate incident at school, all the evils of the world have been released from a box that was entrusted to her father Zeus has ordered that Reviewed by JodiG for TeensReadToo.comPandora Atheneus Andromaeche Helena, Pandy to her friends and family, has already saved the world from Vanity and Jealousy The fact that she let them loose on the world in the first place is really just a tiny detail.Pandy is the only daughter of the Titan, Prometheus, and she is in trouble with Zeus Due to an unfortunate incident at school, all the evils of the world have been released from a box that was entrusted to her father Zeus has ordered that Pandora find each of them in order to save the world, and her family Pandy, along with her friends Alcie, Iole, and Homer, are now headed to the Atlas Mountains to capture Laziness.The goddess Hera, wife of Zeus, is still determined that Pandora will fail on her quest This time Hera has taken Pandy s dog, Dido But, while the other gods are sympathetic to Pandy, nobody would dare to interfere with Zeus or Hera Not right out in the open anyway.Early on this journey, Pandy becomes separated from her friends She befriends two young boys on her way and finds herself captured and chained to them Unknown captors are leading Pandy to an unknown destination, and she is surrounded by danger every step of the way.While Pandy is being led through the dark and dangerous path to the mountain Jbel Toubkal, Alcie, Iole, and Homer find themselves aboard the ship Syracusa with problems of their own They are on the ship with one of the evils and now they must capture Misery on their own.And, high in the Atlas Mountains, Pandy will come face to face with her uncle, Atlas It is the fate of Atlas to hold up the heavens but something has changed and human men are being forced to carry his load Once again, it is up to Pandy to save her friends, her family, and every human on earth while finding the evils of the world All while her time is quickly running out.The MYTHIC MISS ADVENTURE series are books about ancient places and characters with a very humorous and modern touch The first two books in the series, PANDORA GETS JEALOUS and PANDORA GETS VAIN, offer an introduction and further adventures of Pandy and her friends, but each book can be enjoyed just as much on its own.PANDORA GETS LAZY is as funny and adventurous as the previous books and Pandora and her friends are evenendearing with each book

  2. says:

    Another terrific book in the series The girls are maturing, and so is the story Pandy had a lot of weight on her shoulders punny, but I can t tell you why and is stepping up bravely She gets separated from the other kids, and her beloved dog Dido, but manages to go on with her quest through some very difficult circumstances The other kids manage to find adventures on their own before they are all reunited to tackle capturing Lazy This was a smart, fun adventure for late juvenile and early Another terrific book in the series The girls are maturing, and so is the story Pandy had a lot of weight on her shoulders punny, but I can t tell you why and is stepping up bravely She gets separated from the other kids, and her beloved dog Dido, but manages to go on with her quest through some very difficult circumstances The other kids manage to find adventures on their own before they are all reunited to tackle capturing Lazy This was a smart, fun adventure for late juvenile and early YA readers, light enough not to be too scary for sensitive kids but with just enough meat to be interesting and thoughtful

  3. says:

    I liked this book better than the second one It starts off right where 2 left off Where as Pandora Gets Vain started kind of slow.I also like how the author, Carolyn Hennesy, alternates back and forth to what is happening with Pandora s friends and other stuff.

  4. says:

    13 year old Pandora sets off to find laziness On her way, she gets separated, so she travels to find Laziness while Iole and Alcie with a tiny help from Homer find Misery They catch Misery and put it in a small box Later they meet up again and together, they find laziness.

  5. says:

    This is the third book in the Mythic Misadventures series by Carolyn Hennesy, featuring an adolescent named Pandy and her friends and family In this third story of the saga, Pandy ventures to meet her uncle Atlas, but also discovers a sense of responsibility and a fondness for caring for younger children who need her help The story is quite dramatic and even violent, but ends well The narrative is filled with tween dialogue that I m sure many girls of this age will empathize with, but actuall This is the third book in the Mythic Misadventures series by Carolyn Hennesy, featuring an adolescent named Pandy and her friends and family In this third story of the saga, Pandy ventures to meet her uncle Atlas, but also discovers a sense of responsibility and a fondness for caring for younger children who need her help The story is quite dramatic and even violent, but ends well The narrative is filled with tween dialogue that I m sure many girls of this age will empathize with, but actually makes me cringe Still, our girls are fascinated by the series and have read all of the books in quick succession I appreciate the mythological references and like the fact that Pandora must go on an adventure, not unlike the male Greek heroes I also like that she has the support of her friends along the way and occasionally the Gods and even her dad I started reading the paperback version ISBN13 9781599904818 of this book, but it was coming due at our local library, so I finished the story by reading this ebook version on my iPad

  6. says:

    If this were Wordmasters, Pandora Gets Lazy would be to a glass of lemonade, as a classic is to a glass of water not that classics are bland or anything It was relaxing, sweet, spunky, humorous, and light In a way, you can compare this series to Rick Riordan s Percy Jackson series It s sarcastic, and uses modern teenage slang, which gives the plotline a very relaxed mood, despite the action that goes on within the pages of the book Some of the things that go on are absolutely ridiculous, w If this were Wordmasters, Pandora Gets Lazy would be to a glass of lemonade, as a classic is to a glass of water not that classics are bland or anything It was relaxing, sweet, spunky, humorous, and light In a way, you can compare this series to Rick Riordan s Percy Jackson series It s sarcastic, and uses modern teenage slang, which gives the plotline a very relaxed mood, despite the action that goes on within the pages of the book Some of the things that go on are absolutely ridiculous, which makes the story less predictable than most And all the light hearted interactions with the gods are amusing The only complaint I have is that at times, the story gets a bit too childish Hera acts like a stuck up child, and Atlas was subdued much too easily But that s to be expected from a children s preteen s book Read the first two if you haven t already I actually quite enjoyed them

  7. says:

    This is a difficult story to follow without the context of the previous books The first mention of Laziness the evil Pandora is tracking down happens two thirds of the way through the book, and there are no references in this story to how Pandy and her friends know where they re heading Readers can infer that this information was included at the end of the previous book, as the final chapter of this book shows them looking at a map that tells them where to find the next evil There are occ This is a difficult story to follow without the context of the previous books The first mention of Laziness the evil Pandora is tracking down happens two thirds of the way through the book, and there are no references in this story to how Pandy and her friends know where they re heading Readers can infer that this information was included at the end of the previous book, as the final chapter of this book shows them looking at a map that tells them where to find the next evil There are occasional references to previous events, but recaps are non existent, leaving new readers mystified by the characters teasing in jokes and concerns, and abilities Fans of mythological adventure stories may pick this series up, but would be better served by Riordan s Percy Jackson series or Ursu s Chronus Chronicles

  8. says:

    This book might be the first time they really went dark in this series which is not saying much sense it is only book three but I love it either way The characters are not only well developed but the side characters are even better I think Atlas is adorable and the brothers are good representation of younger children I think this book is very eerie compared to the other two by a long shot just by how sad and dark it gets throughout the book but it has niece humour I think that can keep it at This book might be the first time they really went dark in this series which is not saying much sense it is only book three but I love it either way The characters are not only well developed but the side characters are even better I think Atlas is adorable and the brothers are good representation of younger children I think this book is very eerie compared to the other two by a long shot just by how sad and dark it gets throughout the book but it has niece humour I think that can keep it at a low profile unless you really start digging deeper in the text Is this the book for you I can not tell you but I can give my opinion and suggest you read it yourself so you can make your own

  9. says:

    As Pandora tried searching for the seven evils, she discovers a trait about herself Laziness She finds herself away from all her friends and family because she never wants to do anything She has to find it within herself to do what she has to do This is a great book to read to children It teaches them to do what is needed to be done at an early age It prevents them from being lazy and thinking it is okay I would recommend this book to others whom have children who is just starting to beco As Pandora tried searching for the seven evils, she discovers a trait about herself Laziness She finds herself away from all her friends and family because she never wants to do anything She has to find it within herself to do what she has to do This is a great book to read to children It teaches them to do what is needed to be done at an early age It prevents them from being lazy and thinking it is okay I would recommend this book to others whom have children who is just starting to become active only because it shows them and teaches them exactly what they need to do

  10. says:

    The third book in the Pandora series Pandy and her friends become separated as they begin their search for laziness Pandy must travel to the mountain where her Uncle Atlas lives alone and hope that by herself she can return laziness to the box Will she ever find her friends or is she doomed to continue the quest on her own If you are enjoying this series you will like this installment as well A cute way to get girls interested in Greek mythology.

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