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  • Riordan does it again!

    I've read all of the Riordan myth series with my grandson, with Magnus Chase (Norse myths) being my favorite. I'd avoided the Apollo series, since I read a few chapters and was very turned off by this egocentric, haiku-writing, spoiled brat of a god. However, I've re-read ALL of the other Riordan series during this pandemic, so I gave Apollo another try--and I plan to finish the series, since the point is that Apollo is getting one HUGE humility lesson. Plus Meg McCaffrey is a great new character, and the reader gets to return to Camp Half Blood again. Thanks to Riordan for his ability to convey the power of myth through well-developed characters and plot lines. I taught mythology in high school, but had I been a middle school teacher, these books would have been in my classroom!

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  • Awesome Book!

    This book was amazing! The story was good and there were lots of funny moments! I recommend this book to anyone who enjoyed the Percy Jackson books but he and Anabeth weren't in the book a lot so if you are looking for a book about them this is not the book but aside from that, it was a great read and READ IT RIGHT NOW BECAUSE IT IS AWESOME!!!!!

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  • more from Olympus

    This story happens after The Heroes of Olympus series. You don't necessarily have to read Percy Jackson and The Olympians and The Heroes of Olympus first, but I would highly recommend it. It is a continuation of that storyline. Percy, Nico and some of the other characters pop up a few times. Camp Half-Blood is visited. Several previous characters are mentioned. Events that happened at the end of Heroes of Olympus are what causes the situation in The Hidden Oracle. Because of what went down with the gods, Apollo is being punished and the oracle is missing. Apollo has been turned human, and he has to complete a quest. I like both series mentioned above and Kane Chronicles series, but I did not like The Sword of Summer so I was worried about this one. If you liked the other Greek/Roman books, you will probably like this one. It has the same humor, action, mystery, sacrifice and family problems.

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    What do you get with a sixteen-year-old-former-sixthousand-year-old-deity who loves haiku (though he isn't very good at them), A former immortal sorceress, a funny yet slightly annoying son of Hepheastus, a VERY ANNOYING TWELVE-YEAR-OLD HALF-BLOOD, a giant bronze dragon named HAPPY (of all things), and three vicious daipered peach-demons? Well, you get The Trials of Apollo, of course! This book is so jam-packed with all sorts of humor (mostly rude), that I'm surprised there's enough room for the actuall story!! I love this book. I love anything Rick Riordan writes (how do you say his last name anyway?) But this series (and The House of Hades) are officially my favorites. Also, calling all fans of Aquaman-related jokes. This book's full of 'em.

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  • Amazing

    This is a very interesting book i would recommend it to ages 10 and up.My friend has shown me these books and i have loved them ever since.But if you hate cliffhangers then dont read.Over all this is a 5 on 5 thx Rick Riordan for these books.

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