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The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 3) (edition 2008)

by Rick Riordan

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Title:The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 3)
Authors:Rick Riordan
Info:Hyperion Book CH (2008), Paperback, 336 pages
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Book 3 in the Percy Jackson series. It follows Percy in another adventure with his demigod friends. They discover two new half-bloods but it's a trap. Percy has to deal with the prophecy of the Titan's curse.
  jackiegibson | May 2, 2017 |
This was by far the best of the three novels. I immediately hated the character I thought would be my favorite, but then I loved her. And then all my hopes and dreams were crashed when the one god I thought didn't have children, did. And you meet more of the gods/goddesses then ever before and their personalities are awesome. Also, Percy is still perfectly flawed which I love. Luke is.... growing on me. Annabeth is growing off of me, to be honest. I still love Grover, and I probably always will. Although now I have an increased desire to drink more coffee... and I love the monsters/animals/creatures you meet and interact with this. Also, I cried. Like, I full on cried. Books RARELY make me cry. Bring tissues. ( )
  kamikaze2011 | Apr 7, 2017 |
The Percy Jackson books just aren't as good as Harry Potter. They are more juvenile, and just don't keep my interest. My 8 yr old liked them though. ( )
  flyboysgu | Jan 13, 2017 |
Better than #2. ( )
  jalbacutler | Jan 10, 2017 |
So far I have enjoyed this 3rd book in the series the best. Many unexpected things happened, the plot is quite brilliant! And it's so funny!
And I know it says recommended age for this book is 9-12, but honestly, a good story has no age limits! ( )
  bookandsword | Jan 9, 2017 |
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So it's funny, but it's also very exciting, with the gods behaving in that disgraceful and unpredictable way that gods do. Then there are the really bad guys. If you're familiar with these ancient characters, you'll be impressed by how Riordan handles them. If they're new to you, it's a gripping introduction.
Readers who are familiar with ancient mythology will enjoy Riordan's tongue-in-cheek approach; those who aren't just might be tempted to go to the original sources to learn more.

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The Friday before winter break, my mom packed me an overnight bag and a few deadly weapons and took me to a new boarding school.
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This LT work is the third volume (of five) in Rick Riordan's series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Please do not combine it with any other individual title or collection of titles from the series. Thank you.
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Percy finds two half bloods and goes to help. He finds a monster and fights them and hunters come and help him. Artmis (the hunter god) is going to look for the monster and ends up in chains holding up the sky. Percy comes and helps and gets her out
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0141321261, Paperback)

This is the third book in the most exciting commercial fantasy adventure series since "Artemis Fowl". Now in paperback with a thrilling new cover look. 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. Action-packed, funny, accessible writing for both boys and girls aged 10 and above. This title is perfect for fans of "Harry Potter" and "Artemis Fowl".

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When the goddess Artemis disappears while hunting a rare, ancient monster, a group of her followers joins Percy and his friends in an attempt to find and rescue her before the winter solstice, when her influence is needed to sway the Olympian Council regarding the war with the Titans.… (more)

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