Trials of Apollo #1 ( The Hidden Oracle ) review !

Here's my review-

** spoiler alert ** I keep thinking Rick Riordan's writing can't get better. Then it does. After reading "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" and "Heroes of Olympus", I was dying to read Trials of Apollo. "The Blood of Olympus" did not disappoint, but it left us with a lot of cliffhangers related to Apollo's punishment. So, here's my review- The book follows the god Apollo, who is turned into a human teenager and thrown down from Olympus to New York City as a punishment by Zeus. Joined by the demigod Meg McCaffrey, Apollo goes to Camp Half-Blood, where he meets his children along with Nico di Angelo. Apollo tries to practice archery and music, but not being as proficient as he was when he was a god, he swears on the River Styx that he would not pick them up till he became a god again. They participate in three-legged death race" inside the Labyrinth and Apollo and Meg end up under Delphi. They hear Apollo's old enemy, Python conspiring with 'The Beast. A day or two after the race, they are attacked by myrmekes and Apollo plays music to drive them away, breaking his oath in doing so. The genres are fantasy, Greek and Roman mythology and Young adult. It is followed by the Dark Prophecy [ the second book in this series.]. It think that people who are 8-13 years old will enjoy this book the most. This is a fascinating book, and is definitely a favorite of mine. -Review by Saina Jain

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