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The Sword of Summer

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: The Sword of Summer© 2015 Rick Riordan491 pages Magnus Chase is the Boy Who Lived.  As a youngster he witnessed his mother sacrifice herself for him, dying at the hands of some evil … Continue reading

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The Mark of Athena

The Mark of Athena © 2012 Rick Riordan608 pages In The Son of Neptune, Percy Jackson — a demigod, the son of a human mother and Poseidon — discovered another population of half-blood like himself, a veritable city called New Rome. The … Continue reading

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The Throne of Fire

The Kane Chronicles #2: The Throne of Fire© 2011 Rick Riordan464 pages Sadie Kane isn’t even a teenager yet, but she and her older brother have four days to find the three pieces of the lost Book of Ra, ressurected … Continue reading

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The Son of Neptune

The Heroes of Olympus, Volume II: The Son of Neptune© 2011 Rick Riordan521 pages In The Lost Hero, Rick Riordan introduced another epic battle between the gods, forcing three young demigods to free Hera from imprisonment and forestall the awakening … Continue reading

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The Lost Hero

The Lost Hero© 2010 Rick Riordian557 pages Rick Riordian’s debut novels introduced us to Percy Jackson, a half-mortal half-divine Demigod destined to save the world. Now the hero of heroes has vanished — and three new demigods have come into … Continue reading

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The Red Pyramid

The Red Pyramid© 2010 Rick Riordian516 pages For centuries the gods of Egypt have been removed from the Earth, imprisoned by human magicians in an attempt to put an end to their destructive inter-deity conflicts. But shortly before Christmas, in … Continue reading

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The Last Olympian

The Last Olympian © 2009 Rick Riordian 394 pages During the late winter or early spring (depending on when you call which which), I began reading the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series on the recommendation of a friend. The … Continue reading

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