The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #3)

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(Updated: April 13, 2015)
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A really good book
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Reader reviewed by Katie

The third book in the series does not disappoint. With Thalia back, things get a bit easier going on missions - until Annabeth is taken by the enemy. With two mysterious new halfbloods, Artemis and her hunters, a rescue mission, and the Titan Atlas - the Hoover Dam and some flying bronze statues - this book will never get boring. From Chapter 1: My Rescue Operation Goes Very Wrong to Chapter 20: I Get A New Enemy For Christmas, this book is a hilarious one you won't want to put down.
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Still Good
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Reader reviewed by Pathfinder

Percy is still up to his half-thought out tricks and has now gained enough confidence to get himself in trouble. There's plenty of action and fighting with good descriptions that make the scenes real in a middle-schooler's mind, but by now we're starting to see the pattern--Percy gets kicked out of a school, has to save the camp, fights lots of monsters and postpones the destruction of the world. As repetetive as it is, his telling of events always comes across as honest and sincere as only a kid who struggles through school can be.
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Reader reviewed by Mary

Percy's back but he's not alone. There's also Thalia. She's alive and challenging his right to fulfill the prophecy. However, before the prophecy can be fulfilled there's other problems to deal with...

For one thing the goddess Artemis has been kidnapped...

For another there's a monster on the loose...

This book brings excitement on every page. It's a fast,enjoyable read.
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