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  • Author:
    Rick Riordan
  • ISBN:
    142312166X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1423121664
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  • Publisher:
    Disney-Hyperion; 1 edition (February 10, 2009)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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Percy Jackson and the Olympians is the second series written by Rick Riordan, (the first being Tres Navarres) and the predecessor of The Heroes of Olympus series. The series focuses on Greek mythology.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians is the second series written by Rick Riordan, (the first being Tres Navarres) and the predecessor of The Heroes of Olympus series. Every book follows Percy Jackson's adventures in his point of view. Each book is based on a combination of different Greek heroes' adventures. The series follows the completion of the first Great Prophecy.

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The Demigod Files read online free from your Pc or Mobile. The Demigod Files is a Fantasy novel by Rick Riordan. Become an expert on everything in Percy's world with this must-have guide to the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. Complete with interviews, puzzles, games, and original short stories by Rick Riordan.

The Percy Jackson Coloring Book. Demigods, brandish your crayons! Over the past decade, millions of young readers, parents, and teachers have come to adore Rick Riordan’s classic series Percy Jackson and the Olympians, which made ancient Greek mythology contemporary, relevant, and entertaining as it turned kids on to reading. Now fans can literally color Percy’s world with the amusing portraits

The Demigod Files is a collection of stories by Rick Riordan published on February 10, 2009. It is a companion book to series Percy Jackson & the Olympians.

The Demigod Files is a collection of stories by Rick Riordan published on February 10, 2009. It is set between the fourth and fifth novels, The Battle of the Labyrinth and The Last Olympian.

Books by Rick Riordan. Percy jackson and the last olympian. Percy jackson: the ultimate guide. The Heroes of Olympus series

Books by Rick Riordan. The Percy Jackson series: Percy jackson and the lightning thief. Percy jackson and the sea of monsters. Percy jackson and the titan’s curse. Percy jackson and the battle of the labyrinth. Percy jackson and the greek gods. Percy jackson and the greek heroes. The Heroes of Olympus series: The lost hero.

Percy Jackson & the Olympians. Percy Jackson & the Olympians, often shortened to Percy Jackson or PJO, is a pentalogy of fantasy adventure novels written by American author Rick Riordan, and the first book series in the Camp Half-Blood Chronicles. Five supplementary books, along with all of the books having graphic novels, have also been released. More than 69 million copies of the books have been sold in more than 35 countries.

Shelve Percy Jackson Collection: Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, the Last Olympian, the Titans Curse, the Sea of Monsters, the Battle of the Labyrinth, the Demigod Files and the Red Pyramid.

Also known as Percy Jackson & the Olympians, the book series by Rick Riordan is about a. .The Demigod Files – It is a collection of stories set during the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series written by Rick Riordan.

Also known as Percy Jackson & the Olympians, the book series by Rick Riordan is about a young man who, as you may have guessed, is called Percy Jackson. Percy Jackson and the Singer of Apollo – Another short story. You can read it later if you want.

Follow Percy Jackson as he takes you on a tour at Camp Half-Blood. Hardcover, 160 pages.

How do you handle an encounter with Medusa on the New Jersey interstate? What's the best way to take down a minotaur? Become an expert on everything in Percy's world with this must-have guide to the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. Complete with interviews, puzzles, games, and original short stories by Rick Riordan.

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As a huge fan of Percy Jackson, I was so excited to continue the adventure with The Heroes of Olympus. After reading this book, the first in the series, I'm neither satisfied nor disappointed. It was nice to dive back in to the world of Camp Half-Blood but I just couldn't get too involved with the new characters like I did with Percy and his crew. I also purchased the second book to try and get more into it, that book will determine whether I continue the series or not.
As for if I would recommend this book, I'd say it's worth a try. :-)
Kalv
I love a good book. My favorites are usually modern day stories about normal people with a little bit of magic thrown in to make it interesting. I originally started reading the Percy Jackson series because my granddaughter liked the movie. So I bought her the series and we read at least a chapter or two every time we spend a few hours together. My girl does most of the reading and I sort of explain the parts or words she doesn't understand. We've almost finished all of the Percy Jackson series. And I must confess, since I read just a bit faster, I've moved onto the Lost Hero series. It started a bit slower than the other books. But as I read the story I found myself wondering how it was going to play out. Greek mythology is just as fascinating as Roman mythology. I like that they're being mixed together and how these series are overlapping. The message I see in both series is one of honesty, and friendship and trust. The concept of right and wrong should be installed into young people at an early age. Age appropriate explanations of actions and consequences. These books have helped my granddaughter, who is just about 8 years old, to learn to think about what will happen once she has said or done something. I'm thankful there are stories that have captured her interest and attention. She is also beginning to understand that the lessons these books are helping her to learn will help her throughout her life!! That is the best compliment I can give to any author and his/her stories.
Nikok
Imagine waking up on an unknown bus, with unknown strangers and not even knowing your name.
Jason the main character in the book wakes up on a school bus filled with delinquent kids that are going on a field trip to an historical site. He Makes friends with Piper and leo, who think they have been friends for months. Here on the field trip he has his very first fight that doesn’t end so well. He then finds camp halfblood, a camp for greek demigods, and goes on a quest where is most likely to die. But the entire time piper has a big secret that either kills her or her best friends. Loe also has a big secret that is a bad omen, which means he is more than likely going to be the cause of many deaths. Battle after battle the three try to succeed on their quest. Until the final battle where they are sure to lose and fail saving the world.
I started reading the book because I loved the percy jackson series. I had only one doubt about the book. I didn’t like how they had new character. I thought that the entire book was going to be horrible. But in the end I liked it just the same. I liked how it brought in new characters and used most of the characters in the Percy Jackson series. It was one of the best books I have ever read. Almost every time I stopped to do something else I couldn’t wait to read more. This is one of the series I recommend. You definitely need to get this book. Written by Camden, 7th grade
Bev
If I can say nothing else about Rick Riordan (RR) I will say he is without a doubt an entertaining storyteller no matter what age you are. While his Percy Jackson series are still my favorites I enjoyed this book more than The Red Pyramid.

The best thing about this book is that there are more kids. It just makes for a little more humor when you have kids interacting with other kids instead of adults. Now that Sadie and Carter are helping to train some new kids at Brooklyn house there is rooms for some new and interesting characters.

-- “Felix believed that the answer to every problem involved penguins; but it wasn't fair to birds, and I was getting tired of teleporting them back home. Somewhere in Antarctica, a whole flock of Magellanic penguins were undergoing psychotherapy.”

Carter and Sadie need to find a way to awaken Ra if they are going to beat Apophis (god of Chaos) but he has been missing for quite awhile and they will need to find some ancient artifacts to help them.

RR adds his own spin on Egyptian mythology and ‘The Gods’ that is entertaining, informative and interesting. I always feel like I’m learning about the culture as well as being entertained by the story. There were all kinds of new gods and obstacles to deal with along the way and Sadie and Carter have to prove even to the gods that want Ra to return they are strong enough to complete the task.

I love the sibling relationship between Cater and Sadie. They antagonize and provoke each other but they are also the firt to stand up and fight for their sibling if they are ever in danger. Sadie’s PoV chapters were my favorites but that is probably because she is so snarky and gets to have most of the funny lines.

- “Our camels plodded along. Katrina tried to kiss, or possibly spit on Hindenburg, and Hindenburg farted in response. I found this a depressing commentary on boy-girl relationships.”

Carter still feels responsible for Zia and has been trying to find her ever since he found out she was hidden away for her safety. But he might just be a little obsessed, so much so that he is seeing clues everywhere.

- “Carter, not to be unkind," I said, "but the last few months you've been seeing messages about Zia everywhere. Two weeks ago, you thought she was sending you a distress call in your mashed potatoes."
"It was a Z! Carved right in the potatoes!”

There is always something happening with all the mini quests before the big one and I will say that Ra really wasn’t what I was expecting, which kinda made it all the better. Who said waking up a god would be easy never went looking for one with and evil Ice Cream vendor hot on their trail.

Add in the hint of a blossoming romance between Sadie and Walt or Sadie and Anubus and this story has a little bit of everything. It is the cutest crush triangle I’ve read and I’m not sure which way I want it to go. All in all a fun and entertaining ride. Sure this is a MG book but it is just as fun for kids of all ages.

If you haven’t read the Percy Jackson series I’d say read that first (so much better than the movies). But if you have might as well expand your RR mythology and add a little Egyptian to it.
Nuadora
Rick Riordan starts another great story! I am a great fan of Percy Jackson, and was excited to see a new series. The author introduces new characters but has not changed his style of getting you to know and care about them, until they become real people to the reader. Too many dismiss books nowadays as copies or derivatives of older well known works. In that light , everything can be considered a copy of something else. I always approach a book or series to see if it can grab my attention and invest me in the story or characters. Rick Riordan has not disappointed me yet.