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The Titan&#;s Curse PDF by Rick Riordan

Download The Titan’s Curse PDF by Rick Riordan published on 5th May 2007. It’s the last Friday before the winter holidays yet Percy Jackson isn’t at school, he’s doing combating the fearsome Manticore (half-human, half-lion), which in itself isn’t perfect . . . be that as it may, with Annabeth missing and the goddess of the chase held hostage, things get a ton progressively serious . . . Greek folklore migrated to advanced America. Ideal for fans of Harry Potter and Artemis Fowl.
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    About the Author:

    Rick Riordan, named ‘storyteller of the gods’ by Publishers Weekly, is the writer of five New York Times number-one bestselling book series with millions of copies sold all through the world: Percy Jackson, the Heroes of Olympus and the Trials of Apollo, based on Greek and Roman folklore; the Kane Chronicles, based on Egyptian folklore; and Magnus Chase, based on Norse folklore. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, Rick’s first novel highlighting the brave youthful mythical being, won the Red House Children’s Book Award and is presently a blockbuster film franchise starring Logan Lerman. To get familiar with Rick and his books, you can visit him at or tail him on Twitter @camphalfblood.

    Reviews of The Titan’s Curse

    1. Rating 4.5/5

    In this part, it had a feeling that it was starting to get increasingly basic and serious. Of course, there are still lots of entertaining moments and little laughs, yet an ever-increasing number of monsters are assaulting. As a result, the story is considerably more energizing than its predecessors.
    In the first place, be that as it may, numerous new individuals came, which is interesting in itself, however, they were not all that sympathetic to me. Yet, after the experience with the notable group of three, this changes.
    Otherwise, you have a normal Percy Jackson story here again and although the process of each book is somewhat unique, I still don’t think that it’s exhausting, because there are always enough new things and you can see how everything slowly except surely reaches the last.
    With everything taken into account, an extremely successful next piece of the story, which certainly provides some interesting and clever hours.

    2. Rating 5/5

    There seems to be a common theme with me and my preferred series. I always hold up years before trying them out and from that point forward, I kick myself for not doing it sooner. I did that with Harry Potter, then with Tunnels (by Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams), then with Eragon, then with Robert Langdon. Indeed, even with The Lord of the Rings. Not one of my favorites was perused ‘on schedule’.
    Also, Percy Jackson shares a ton of similarities with those books, especially Harry Potter. I said this before in a survey, I think, yet the principle themes investigated by the books are the same: friendship and family, mental fortitude and grit in dull times. What’s more, they both also share the excellent reality that they have an extraordinary incredible, incredible scoundrel. Seriously now, Luke is so damn incredible!
    The one thing that made me shake my fist like an elderly person was Annabeth missing for a huge lump of the book. It was a smart plot gadget for another experience, yet goodness man, I missed her! Be that as it may, we have some new characters that develop on you as the book moves on, so don’t stress, Riordan and his jokes are in full power.
    In general, it is a wild ride! Furthermore, although I figure it may be my least most loved of the first series, it is still a piece of a standout amongst other fantasy arcs I’ve at any point found out about.

    Inside this book:

    The Friday before winter break, my mom packed me an overnight bag and a few deadly weapons and took me to a new boarding school. We picked up my friends Annabeth and Thalia on the way.
    It was an eight-hour drive from New York to Bar Harbor, Maine. Sleet and snow pounded the highway. Annabeth, Thalia, and I hadn’t seen each other in months, but between the blizzard and the thought of what we were about to do, we were too nervous to talk much. Except for my mom. She talks more when she’s nervous. By the time we finally got to Westover Hall, it was getting dark, and she’d told Annabeth and Thalia every embarrassing baby story there was to tell about me.
    Thalia wiped the fog off the car window and peered outside. “Oh, yeah. That’ll be fun.”
    Westover Hall looked like an evil knight’s castle. It was all black stone, with towers and slit windows and a big set of wooden double doors. It stood on a snowy cliff overlooking this big frosty forest on one side and the gray churning ocean on the other.

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    • Book Name: The Titan’s Curse
    • Author: Rick Riordan
    • Language: English
    • Status: Available
    • Number of Pages: 320 Pages
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