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This is book number 3 in the The Heroes of Olympus series.
- #1: Heroes of Olympus, The, Book One The Lost Hero ((new cover)) (The Heroes of Olympus #1) (Paperback): $9.99
- #2: Heroes of Olympus, The, Book Two The Son of Neptune ((new cover)) (The Heroes of Olympus #2) (Paperback): $9.99
- #4: Heroes of Olympus, The, Book Four The House of Hades ((new cover)) (The Heroes of Olympus #4) (Paperback): $9.99
- #5: Heroes of Olympus, The, Book Five The Blood of Olympus ((new cover)) (The Heroes of Olympus #5) (Paperback): $9.99
Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan is fantastic. He just keeps getting better with every book, of course this means that we read it nonstop and then are anxiously waiting for the next book. The story picks up right where The Son of Neptune ended. Annabeth, Jason, Piper, and Leo are all flying along in the Argo II hoping that Camp Jupiter doesn’t think they are trying to start a war. This paired with the weight of having the coin that Athena, her mother, gave her with the words “avenge me” attached as made life a little stressful for Annabeth. However, this is not discouraging her from tracking down Athena’s statue and making things right.
Riordan writes such beautiful descriptions; I was in awe when he the described the statue of Athena. He also has such a gift for keeping his readers glued to his every word. The tale never becomes repetitive or mundane. In fact, they become more suspenseful and every bit of the story is packed with adventure. This has been such a great spin off series from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians and is wonderful for all ages.— Sherry
In The Son of Neptune, Percy, Hazel, and Frank met in Camp Jupiter, the Roman equivalent of Camp Halfblood, and traveled to the land beyond the gods to complete a dangerous quest. The third book in the Heroes of Olympus series will unite them with Jason, Piper, and Leo. But they number only six--who will complete the Prophecy of Seven?
The Greek and Roman demigods will have to cooperate in order to defeat the giants released by the Earth Mother, Gaea. Then they will have to sail together to the ancient land to find the Doors of Death. What exactly are the Doors of Death? Much of the prophecy remains a mystery. . . .With old friends and new friends joining forces, a marvelous ship, fearsome foes, and an exotic setting, The Mark of Athena is be another unforgettable adventure by master storyteller Rick Riordan.
About the Author
RICK RIORDAN is the author of the New York Times #1 best-selling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series: The Lightning Thief, The Sea of Monsters, The Titan’s Curse, The Battle of the Labyrinth, and The Last Olympian. His other novels for children include the New York Times #1 best-selling series The Kane Chronicles (The Red Pyramid, The Throne of Fire, and The Serpent’s Shadow) and The Heroes of Olympus (The Lost Hero, The Son of Neptune, The Mark of Athena, and The House of Hades). He lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his wife and two sons. Learn more at www.rickriordan.com.
PRAISE FOR THE MARK OF ATHENA
"Terrifying dreams and enigmatic prophecies mean danger for seven teen demigods, but also good times for fans of The Heroes of Olympus series. This third volume thrusts Percy, Jason, Annabeth, Hazel, Leo, Frank, and Piper into action once again. Throughout the novel, the juxtaposition of humor and terror makes both aspects of the writing more vivid. The demigods use their wits and their weapons skillfully in a string of encounters, and their insecurities make the characters all the more appealing. With a true storyteller’s sense of pacing, Riordan creates another compelling adventure, right down to the cliff-hanger at the end. Stay tuned for volume four."—<EM>Booklist Online</EM>
PRAISE FOR THE MARK OF ATHENA
"With his now-trademark zero-to-60 acceleration, the author engineers a ghostly possession to set Greeks and Romans at odds and initiates the Prophecy of the Seven, hurtling Annabeth, Percy, Piper, Leo, Hazel, Frank and Jason into a pell-mell flight on the magical trireme Argo II. Here, Riordan’s infectious love for his subject matter really comes through, even as he takes some real risks with his characters. A literal cliffhanger leaves eager readers hanging; next stop: Greece—and Tartarus."—<EM>Kirkus Reviews</EM>