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The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 3)
by Rick Riordan
PUBL. RECOMMENDED AGE: 10-14
LEXILE READING LEVEL: 630L {what is this?}
PUBLISHER: Hyperion
YEAR PUBLISHED: 2007
NO. PAGES: 383
GENRE{S}: Fantasy, Adventure
MAIN CHARACTER GENDER: Male
SERIES: Percy Jackson and the Olympians
PREQUEL: The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 2)
SEQUEL: The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 4)
ISBN: 1423101480
READ & REVIEWED BY: Jen - StorySnoop


The Story
The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 3)—Book Review

In this third installment of the Percy Jackson and The Olympians series, fourteen-year-old Percy sets off on a quest to save his missing half-blood friend, Annabeth, and the goddess, Artemis. Unfortunately, Titan Lord Kronos and his minions have captured them as part of a plot to overthrow the gods and goddesses of Olympus. Throughout this action-packed, cross-country adventure, Percy struggles with the Oracle’s prophecy that someday he will cause the downfall of Olympus.
The Scoop
The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 3)—Book Review
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As with all the books in this series, the story is filled with excitement, mythological gods, and monsters. Most of the battle scenes are fantastical and described in Percy’s humorous tone. However, a new type of monster is introduced that shoots real handguns at the half-blood heroes and cannot be destroyed. One of the characters dies in battle but the actual death is not described, rather the character just disappears. Having ADHD and dyslexia continue to challenge Percy, who provides a fantastic example of personal loyalty.
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