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Download The House of Hades EPUB by Rick Riordan, published on 8 October 2013. The House of Hades is a dream experience novel composed by American creator Rick Riordan, in light of Greek and Roman folklore.


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    About the Author

    Rick Riordan, is the writer of five New York Times number-one smash hit book arrangement with a huge number of duplicates sold all through the world: Percy Jackson, the Heroes of Olympus and the Trials of Apollo, in light of Greek and Roman folklore; the Kane Chronicles, in view of Egyptian folklore; and Magnus Chase, in light of Norse folklore.

    Reviews of The House of Hades by Rick Riordan

    1. Rating 4.5/5

    While I especially appreciated this book, I didn’t feel it was the most grounded of the Percy Jackson or Heroes of Olympus stories. It’s hard to have 8 principal heroes and shockingly, it implies that a couple of the characters reclaim seats. Hazel and Piper were scarcely around in this book and Jason, while present, didn’t appear to do much. Additionally, while it’s decent that a considerable lot of the characters, especially Frank and Piper, appear to have gotten over their uncertainties that were exhibited in Mark of Athena, there is by all accounts little reason regarding why this came to fruition.
    Likewise, a great part of the connection between Leo and Hazel hovered around befuddled emotions and the odd association with one another, and that was basically expelled in this book. Maybe it will be investigated further in the following book, however, it makes one wonder of why it’s even raised if nothing else happens to it.

    2. Rating 4/5

    Another astounding book about my most loved legends! What I truly love about this arrangement is that while failing to get exhausting bc of following distinctive povs, regardless it figures out how to allow each to character create and develop. Furthermore works through different feelings like discovering what your identity is, sexuality, etc.
    I can’t trust I’m going to complete this arrangement with the following book it makes me somewhat dismal. However, I realize that there is still progressively about this world to peruse from, yet most likely not with a POV of Percy or Leo :'(
    Anyway, adored the book.

    Inside this book

    DURING THE THIRD ATTACK, Hazel almost ate a boulder. She was peering into the fog, wondering how it could be so difficult to fly across one stupid mountain range when the ship’s alarm bells sounded.
    ‘Hard to port!’ Nico yelled from the foremast of the flying ship. Back at the helm, Leo yanked the wheel. The Argo II veered left, its aerial oars slashing through the clouds like rows of knives. Hazel made the mistake of looking over the rail. A dark spherical shape hurtled towards her. She thought, Why is the moon coming at us? Then she yelped and hit the deck. The huge rock passed so close overhead it blew her hair out of her face. CRACK! The foremast collapsed – sail, spars, and Nico all crashing to the deck. The boulder, roughly the size of a pickup truck, tumbled off into the fog like it had important business elsewhere. ‘Nico!’ Hazel scrambled over to him as Leo brought the ship level. ‘I’m fine,’ Nico muttered, kicking folds of the canvas off his legs.
    She helped him up, and they stumbled to the bow. Hazel peeked over more carefully this time. The clouds parted just long enough to reveal the top of the mountain below them: a spearhead of black rock jutting from mossy green slopes. Standing at the summit was a mountain god – one of the numina montanum, Jason had called them. Or course, in Greek. Whatever you called them, they were nasty. Like the others they had faced, this one wore a simple white tunic over skin as rough and dark as basalt. He was about twenty feet tall and extremely muscular, with a flowing white beard, scraggly hair and a wild look in his eyes, like a crazy hermit. He bellowed something Hazel didn’t understand, but it obviously wasn’t welcoming. With his bare hands, he prised another chunk of rock from his mountain and began shaping it into a ball.

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