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The Titan’s Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book Three)

by Rick Riordan

Rated: None

In this third installment of the Percy Jackson series, we meet some interesting new characters and travel to some new and dangerous places. As an adult, I love how mythological figures who are back in my brain somewhere are suddenly brought to life in a way that I think will help them stick in a more meaningful way. Again, readers of The Odyssey will find all kinds of parallels. Percy is still a force to be reckoned with, and I liked how the formula switched up a bit, with Percy traveling with new and different companions, and I loved the curve ball that was thrown at the end. If you like the first two, you can’t help but appreciate this one.

Rated: None. But the phrase “oh my gods” is used.

— Reviewed by Corinne Edwards

Corinne Edwards is always happiest when a book is in her hand. If her current read needs to be closed for a short time, either in her backpack while she leads her three rambunctious children on adventures, or on her nightstand while she sleeps, that's okay too. Her book thoughts and reviews land at her bookish blog, The Book Nest.

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  • The Titan’s Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book Three)
  • by Rick Riordan
  • Rated: None
  • Genre: Young adult
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