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This article is about the book, you may be lookinging for the curse. The Titan's Curse is the third book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, written by Rick Riordan. It was published on May 1st, 2007.

This article is about the book, you may be lookinging for the curse. In this book, a quest is undertaken by both the Hunters of Artemis and campers to save Annabeth Chase and the goddess Artemis when it is realized that they have been abducted by the same forces

Author : Rick Riordan. Genres : Fantasy, Young Adult .

Author : Rick Riordan. Series : Percy Jackson and the Olympians Published : January 1st 2007. List Chapter or Page: 1. Page 1. 2. Page 2. 3. Page 3. 4. Page 4. 5. Page 5.

Series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Book 3. The Titan’s Curse. The Titan's Curse, Chapter One. Hear the first part of the third Percy Jackson book, as read by the author (MP3). More From This Series. When Percy Jackson gets an urgent distress call from his friend Grover, he immediately prepares for battle. He knows he will need his powerful demigod allies at his side, his trusty bronze sword Riptide, an. ride from his mom. The demigods rush to the rescue to find that Grover has made an important discovery: two powerful half-bloods whose parentage is unknown. But that’s not all that awaits them.

The Titans Curse, . Part of Percy Jackson and the Olympians series by Rick Riordan. Annabeth, Thalia, and I hadn't seen each other in months, but between the blizzard and the thought of what we were about to do, we were too nervous to talk much. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38. One. My rescue operation goes very wrong. Except for my mom. She talks more when she's nervous. By the time we finally got to Westover Hall, it was getting dark, and she'd told Annabeth and Thalia every embarrassing baby story there was to tell about me.

Another great book by Rick Riordan. I had a terrible time getting my son to read. The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Book 3). Rick Riordan. The Lightning Thief: The Graphic Novel (Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Book 1).

In Titan's Curse we see a more mature Percy who considers how his actions will affect others in his group and Kronos’s .

In Titan's Curse we see a more mature Percy who considers how his actions will affect others in his group and Kronos’s attempt to bring down Olympus. Rick Riordan is the author of the New York Times bestselling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series for children and the multi-award-winning Tres Navarre mystery series. Books by Rick Riordan.

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The Titan’s Curse book was released in the United States and the United Kingdom on May 1, 2007

The Titan’s Curse book was released in the United States and the United Kingdom on May 1, 2007. The novel was also released in audiobook format, read by Jesse Bernstein. Mostly well-received, The Titan’s Curse was nominated for numerous awards, winning ones such as the No. 1 The New York Times children’s series best-seller and Book Sense Top Ten Summer Pick for 2007. Written By: Rick Riordan Narrated By: Jesse Bernstein Series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Audiobook 3 Publisher: Listening Library (Audio) Date: April 2007 Duration: 8 hours 51 minutes. The Titan’s Curse Audiobook Free – Percy Jackson 3 – END. Listen and download free!

Read by the actor Jesse Bernstein

Read by the actor Jesse Bernstein. About the book: It's the last Friday before the winter holidays but Percy Jackson isn't at school: he's battling the fearsome Manticore (half human, half lion), which in itself isn't ideal. but with Annabeth missing and the goddess of the hunt held captive, things get a whole lot more serious. Greek mythology relocated to modern-day America

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When I first read the *Percy Jackson* series, I was a bit underwhelmed. I mean, I had heard so much about how awesome it was, and it seemed just such a let-down. It appeared to me to be, quite frankly put, a weaker version of *Harry Potter*. Now, I know that isn't fair or accurate, but that was my first impression. While the second book in the series, *The Sea of Monsters*, helped to change my mind on this, it was still a bit underwhelming. Yes, this is not just a takeoff of *HP*, it is it's own unique series. Not only are there many differences beyond the surface-only similarities, but I learned recently (as of the writing of this review) that Riordan started writing this series before *HP* was published, so, yah, not based on *HP*. So critics who use this argument, including *myself* at first, are just silly. I'm admitting I was an idiot, yes.

As I said, though, the second book still didn't quite wow me. The whole narrative felt like basically an endless series of cliff-hangers with little to no character development and not enough plot. The cliff-hangers seemed to be far more numerous than most quest books in fantasy settings. Now, this isn't to say that I didn't enjoy the first two volumes, but just that they didn't quite (other than some interesting stuff such as likable characters and references to myths) *do* it for me, so to speak. This third book, however, really did make me a major *Percy Jackson* fan, and was absolutely a great read. The rest of the review will show why.

The plot is simple. In a rescue mission to save two fellow demi-gods, Percy, Annabeth, Grover, and their new friend Thalia, encounter trouble. Though they save the twin half-bloods, Annabeth goes missing, and to make matters worse, so does a powerful goddess ally, Artemis.

Of course, a quest is in order. But the questions are rather more complicated than one might think in this case. Normally, these quests are, of course, quite dangerous. But in this case, the sense of danger, really the *fact* of danger, is more persistent. Because a prophecy from the Oracle is that at least two of the members of the quest will not make it back alive...

While the plot is relatively straight-forward at first, the narrative and plot developments this time were quite a bit more complicated. Not only did Riordan expand on the mythology of the series, and the connections to Classical Greek myths, but the structure was different. Gone was the nearly every chapter cliff-hanger, with the accompanying desperate rushes from one danger to the next, one clue to the next. In it's place was a slower and more long-term story progression.

Don't get me wrong. The sense of excitement and adventure was just as strong, but the story was a better one in this way. This is because there was more time taken to spend more time exploring the characters and their thoughts and the world-building, as well as both delving into the past of this world and laying down groundwork for future plots. This all was a net plus for the book and made it far, *far* better than the predecessors.

Included in this are tidbits that answer the big questions that some might have, including, why, oh why, do the Olympians not *do* anything to remedy these problems themselves. Well, the answer is that they are a) kinda personality-driven, and this interferes with some proactiveness, as they have their own stuff to attend to and their personalities dictate this, and b) related, they are *busy*. Not only do they have the duties they have always had, but they are also dealing with the fact that the coming hostilities with the forces of Kronos are causing other supernatural gods and god-like beings to cause problems that make their jobs harder. For that matter, there is a delicate power balance that too much action on the part of *anyone* will upset.

The reason I liked this one as well is that the characters are kinda coming into their own and beginning to grow up. Annabeth is becoming more mature and able to forgive and see others' points of view more. Meanwhile, Percy is faster on his feet where he can handle things without constant directions. Though he still isn't the strategist that Annabeth is, and thus doesn't do as well as when he's teamed up with her, he still acquits himself admirably.

Grover, though, is a disappointment here. He's reduced to little more than comic relief. That annoys me in that while he was the weakest member of the quest, he's still a knowledgeable and capable guy. Or should be. I hope that he gets more impressive again in coming books.

I can't say much about other characters so as to not give away their roles, but just to say that Riordan does a good job with fleshing out their characters and arcs in a way that really makes them vivid to the reader and gets you to care about them.

I can honestly say now that I really enjoy this series and that it has become one of my favorites.

Highly Recommended.

Rating: 5/5 Stars.
Great series and family friendly, there's no adult (sexual) content that I remember which makes me happy as an adult reader who reads YA books specifically to avoid that.
Fun storyline and interesting story line that I would qualify as family friendly :)
Not the best Percy Jackson story, but of course still a fantastic one, is an interesting and good read from start to finish, and being a big fan of the series, I can easily recommend, though first two stories should of course be read first.

I'm so stunned, I can't make physical human noises right now!!!! This book was
soooooooo good!!!!!!!!!!! I cannot wait until I read the next one!!!! In this book, Percy goes on another quest, this time with new characters, the Hunters. I wasn't entirely sure how I felt about the Hunters. They seemed like girls who had gone through a rough time and needed to feel a sense of sisterhood and gain immortality. At the time, I wasn't sure if they could be considered "good guys" or "bad guys". The book started out jumping right into action. Percy, Annabeth, and Thalia were on there way somewhere in Percy's mom's car. Sally was driving them to meet Grover, who was s stationed at a military boarding school. I kind of felt like I had missed out on somethings that had happened between the Sea of Monsters and The Titan
's Curse. I didn't know if that was an okay to thing or not, but I think I'm okay with it, because Thalia, Percy, and Annabeth had seemed to develop a friendship. Anyway, there are two new half-bloods discovered and there is a monster at the school who wants the kids to go to Krono's side. So, there is a battle and everything, the Hunters are introduced, and ANNABETH DISAPPEARS!!!!!!!!!! I could not believe it, and I was very sad because Annabeth is one of my favorite characters. So, the story plays off from there. The book was great, and I recommend it to people who enjoy an adventure in modern day Greek Mythology.
Another great book by Rick Riordan. I had a terrible time getting my son to read. I love to read and am a teacher so this was particularly disturbing for me. I finally got him hooked on the I Survived Series by Lauren Tarshis (which he loves) but he could read them in one night and I wanted something a little more challenging. He wasn't sure he wanted to read about Greek Gods but listened to me and read the first chapter. I haven't been able to get him to put the books down since. Thank God Amazon has two-day shipping! I can have the next book ready and waiting so when he finishes one he just jumps into the next!

These books are highly entertaining for young boys (and girls too) and provide a nice challenge for young readers. They are exciting, high energy books that keep readers wanting more. So if you have a kiddo that wants something exciting to read, this is it! I'll be honest, I read the series too and wasn't disappointed! Great books!
The premise of the series is that Greek mythology and its beasts, gods, etc. are actually real. That fact makes for a fun adventure. It's definitely an "intermediate" book. Think Empire Strikes Back: recap start and cliffhanger end. The plot of the series has been well contained and reminders of previous facts are conveniently sprinkled around.
My 9 yo and I have read them together. We had very cool chats from it.