Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods

Your golden ticket to Olympus. The divine lowdown (mostly pretty gross) from the hero in the know. Ever wanted to visit Mount Olympus and meet the gods of legend? Great: come and say hi to your new neighbours. Thieves, liars, killers: it’s kind of like a high-security prison that’s not, um, a prison. In fact, these dudes are ruling the world. Uh-oh: better not upset them… From Apollo to Zeus, this divine Who’s Who is packed with gruesome bits, freaky facts and Percy’s witty comments.

  • Nineteen Greek myths retold in Percy’s inimitable voice
  • Discover the gods and goddesses of the Greek pantheon
  • The perfect companion to the Percy Jackson novels
  • The first Percy Jackson book won the Red House Award

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    This book is all about the greek gods : how they came to life, how they defeated the titans,where did it all start and so much more. If you are looking for the story of the series it’s not there. If you have not started reading the percy jackson series:(the lightening thief,the sea of monsters,he titan’s curse,battle of labyrinth and the last olyampian) and have no clue about the greek gods i reccomend you to read this first and even if you are not going to read the percy jackson series this will tell you alot about the greek mythology. Overall i liked this book. Kids can read it though with supervision as there are some elements which aren’t appropriate for lil kids…

    22 September 2018

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Authors

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    Rick Riordan

    Rick Riordan is blockbuster author of the best-selling Percy Jackson books, The Kane Chronicles and the Magnus Chase series.

    Awards

    Rick won the Askews and Red House Children’s Book Awards for Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief in 2006, and was named the US Children’s Choice Author of the Year in 2011.

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