Riordan never disappoints. I blurred through this latest novel in Apollo’s series and, if anything, it is more epic, heart-wringing and breath-stopping than his previous works. Oh, and Apollo stuck in the body of a teenager named Lester is still making hilarious commentary on all the action. With our heroes facing undead warriors, devastating personal losses, and multiple villainous rulers, this is “Percy Jackson country” infused with a bit of Game of Thrones. Beautifully and wryly written; this is my new favorite Rick Riordan novel.
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Love the Trails of Apollo. This story is amazing.
good for anyone who has read all the percy jackson series. humorous with action
Haven't read yet but genuinely excited. Started reading pjo in 5th grade, now im going into my 4th semester of college graduating with my associates in sociology and still read it
More fighting but good book
Riordan outdid himself in this book!