The Tyrant's Tomb is already the 4th book in the Trails of Apollo Series. How close is Apollo to returning to Mount Olympus?
Tag: Rick Riordan
Book Shelf Tour 2019 // Part 4 // Blue Shelf Filled with Specific Authors and Classics
FAQ > Stats > Part 1 > Part 2 > Part 3 As always I’ll update these with the correct links as the posts publish. And here we are with the last shelf and the smallest one at that. It is the blue limited Billy Ikea Shelf, before you know, they got the yellow which … Continue reading Book Shelf Tour 2019 // Part 4 // Blue Shelf Filled with Specific Authors and Classics
Books for Riordan Lovers That Aren’t Written by Rick Riordan // #wyrdandwonder
Normally May is the month we get a new Rick Riordan book. However this year he is taking a bit longer with the fourth Trails of Apollo book. I'm not complaining. The man has consistently put out at least two books a year for the last few years and he of course deserves to take … Continue reading Books for Riordan Lovers That Aren’t Written by Rick Riordan // #wyrdandwonder
Book Shelf Tour 2018 – Part 2
Infographic > Intro > Part 1 > Part 3 > Part 4 > Part 5 > Part 6 Previous Years I will update these with links as they are published. The pictures were taken on April 26th so any books that came in after that were not included on any of the shelves. All links … Continue reading Book Shelf Tour 2018 – Part 2
Book Review – The Burning Maze
The Burning Maze by Rick Riordan, the third funny and heart wrenching installment to The Trials of Apollo.
Unboxing – Celebrate Books Percy Special
Mostly I don't order book boxes but when I do I give a few a go haha. Celebrate Books is one of the bigger book boxes in the Netherlands and they offer a monthly box in Dutch and in English in most cases. And sometimes they also do a special box for certain releases. The … Continue reading Unboxing – Celebrate Books Percy Special
Book Review – Greek Gods and Greek Heroes (PJO companion books)
Is it worth reading these companion books to Percy Jackson?
Book Review – The Dark Prophecy
The sequel to the very entertaining The Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan was finally published. But was it as good?
Bookshelf Tour 2017 – Part 1
Part 1 of this bookshelf tour shows you my new blue bookshelf!
Book Review – The Hammer of Thor
‘How did you decide when someone was irretrievably lost – when they were so evil or toxic or just plain set in their ways that you had to face the fact they were never going to change? How long could you keep trying to save them, and when did you give up and grieve for them as though they were dead?’