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Pickpick

3 of 5 in the series. The story continues with more development. It is surely the middle where things are still ramping up and I hope the conclude in the next couple of books. I will more than likely keep pressing on without much delay.

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The Lightning Thief | Rick Riordan
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My sister made me a puzzle advent, which I think is fun and clever and adorable. #audiopuzzling

Ruthiella That‘s a fantastic idea! 1d
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Pickpick

Unabridged Audiobook (9/10):
The fact that this book starts a new era within the Camp Half-Blood Chronicles so incredibly well is a testament to the brilliance behind Rick Riordan. He manages to craft a story that‘s connected to Percy Jackson, incorporating Roman mythology into the Greek we‘ve come to know, and establishing new characters to love.

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Great story. Quick read as I couldn‘t put it down. As this is the 2nd book of 5 in the series it is fun that the storyline is developing. I look forward to reading the other stories. I plan to keep reading without much delay.

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Good book and interesting story. I bought this series and Percy Jackson in 2020 out of interest and a growing, young reader in my house. I mistakenly read this one—and then realized I should read the other series first! So I did and now I am coming back around for the Heroes of Olympus series. Enjoyable and easy reading.

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#manicmonday #letterP @CBee
📚Percy Jackson & the Olympians
💻Aprilynne Pike, Philip Pullman
🎥Poldark, Parks & Rec, perks of being a wallflower
🎶A Perfect Circle, Paramore
🎼pretty on the outside by bullet for my Valentine
Pet cemetery by the ramones
Paperthin hymn by anberlin
Paralyzed by Caliban
The plot sickens by ice nine kills

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Pickpick

Unabridged Audiobook (10/10):
Genuinely one of the greatest conclusions to a five book story I‘ve ever seen. It‘s been a very long time since I first read these Percy Jackson books, but to know that they still (and will continue to) stand the test of time makes me so incredibly happy.

On its own, this story is so heartfelt in the messages it presents, the sacrifices we witness, and even the betrayals showcased throughout.