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Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse is the third book in Rick Riordan's bestselling fantasy adventure series.
Half Boy. Half God. ALL Hero.
It's not every day you find yourself in combat with a half-lion, half-human.
But when you're the son of a Greek God, it happens. And now my friend Annabeth is missing, a Goddess is in chains and only five half-blood heroes can join the quest to defeat the doomsday monster.
Oh and guess what. The Oracle has predicted that not all of us will survive . . .
'Witty and inspired. Gripping, touching and deliciously satirical' The Times
'Puns, jokes and subtle wit, alongside a gripping storyline' Telegraph
'Perfectly paced, with electrifying moments chasing each other like heartbeats' New York Times
'It's Buffy meets Artemis Fowl. Thumbs up' Sunday Times
'Funny and fast-paced . . . Percy is a hero that every kid will want to emulate' Sunday Express
'Funny . . . very exciting . . . but it's the storytelling that will get readers hooked. After all, this is the stuff of legends' Guardian
Books by Rick Riordan:
The Percy Jackson series:
Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters
Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse
Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth
Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian
Percy Jackson: The Demigod Files
The Heroes of Olympus series:
The Lost Hero
The Son Of Neptune
The Mark of Athena
The Heroes of Olympus: The Demigod Files
The Kane Chronicles series:
The Red Pyramid
The Throne of Fire
The Serpent's Shadow
The Magnus Chase series:
Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer
Magnus Chase and the Hammer of Thor
Magnus Chase and the Ship of the Dead
The Trials of Apollo series:
The Dark Prophecy
The Hidden Oracle
The Burning Maze
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Magnus Chase, a homeless Bostonian orphan enjoys falafel, and long walks outdoors. Which is good, because being homeless means a lot of outdoor time. On his 16th birthday he learned he was the son of a Norse god. Yep, you heard that right.