Hidden Oracle, The-Trials of Apollo, Book One (Paperback)

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Hidden Oracle, The-Trials of Apollo, Book One (Paperback)

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Rick Riordan, dubbed “storyteller of the gods” by Publishers Weekly, is the author of five #1 New York Times best-selling middle grade series with millions of copies sold throughout the world: Percy Jackson and the Olympians, The Heroes of Olympus, and the Trials of Apollo, based on Greek and Roman mythology; the Kane Chronicles, based on Ancient Egyptian mythology; and Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, based on Norse mythology. Rick collaborated with illustrator John Rocco on two #1 New York Times best-selling collections of Greek myths for the whole family: Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods and Percy Jackson’s Greek Heroes. Rick lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his wife and two sons. Follow him on Twitter at @RickRiordan.

Product Details ISBN: 9781484746417
ISBN-10: 1484746414
Publisher: Disney Hyperion
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2017
Pages: 416
Language: English
Series: Trials of Apollo
"A clash of mythic intrigues and centuries of pop culture to thrill die-hard and new fans alike."—<EM>Kirkus</EM>

"Riordan fans will find all of the key elements here: wisecracking narration, underdog kid turned hero (well, god turned underdog turned hero in this case), mythological core, and robust side characters who round out the field. This is familiar territory for Riordan, but the formula works so well, and Apollo is just so appealingly unpleasant, that there’s little to fault in this adventure."—<EM>Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books</EM>

"Riordan’s many fans will be thrilled with this return to the world of Percy Jackson and friends. . . This latest has Riordan’s signature wry narration, nonstop action, and mythology brought to life."—<EM>School Library Journal</EM>