Series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians

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The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan1
The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordanbook 2
The Titan's Curse by Rick Riordanbook 3
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Books 1-3) by Rick Riordan1-3
The Son of Sobek by Rick Riordancompanion short
Demigods and Monsters: Your Favorite Authors on Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series by Rick Riordancompanion
Percy Jackson e gli dei dell'Olimpo: ˆ le ‰origini del mito by Rick Riordan1-3 + short
The Battle Of The Labyrinth by Rick Riordanbook 4
The Demigod Files by Rick Riordancompanion
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Books 1-4) by Rick Riordan1-4
The Last Olympian by Rick Riordanbook 5
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Books 1-5) by Rick Riordan1-5
The Lightning Thief: The Graphic Novel by Rick Riordangraphic novel 1
The Sea of Monsters: Graphic Novel by Rick Riordangraphic novel 2
The Titan's Curse: The graphic novel by Rick Riordangraphic novel 3
Percy Jackson's Greek Gods by Rick Riordancompanion
Percy Jackson's Greek Heroes by Rick Riordancompanion
Percy Jackson - A Guide to Greek Gods and Monsters by Rick Riordancompanion

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