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A big-hearted novel about the aftermath of tragedy, with a fresh and funny take on ubiquitous boyhood obsessions of Greek myth, astronomy and computer gaming When Zeus, king of the gods, made enemies, he just hurled a thunderbolt at them. That's one way to deal with your problems. Tuttle, a.k.a. Zeustian Logic, has problems of his own. His father was a famous mountain guide who didn't come back, lost in the Everest Death Zone. His little brother has gone quiet. Boy next door is out to get him. At least Tuttle has the stars. Through the telescope things fall into shape: eagle, serpent's tail, scorpion, hunter, all those brilliant dots on the black. Everything's out there, indifferent and immense. Zeustian Logic is a funny, warm and moving novel for early teens.