The Dark Prophecy (B&N Exclusive Edition) (The Trials of Apollo Series #2)

The Dark Prophecy (B&N Exclusive Edition) (The Trials of Apollo Series #2)

by Rick Riordan
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The Dark Prophecy (The Trials of Apollo Series #1) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 62 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is going to be awesome
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The trials of apollo series is gonna be AMAZING. This series is different than Rick's other ones, but its still super good!!! ~ The Oracle at delphi , # percyjacksonfan PS. I'll write an actual review when this book comes out
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have to disagree with you, man. The first book in the seties was classical Rick Riordan; well written, witty, and packed with action.<p> -Cyptor
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can hardly wait for the second book to come! The first was comical, suspenseful and downright A-W-E-S-O-M-E!!!!-Quills
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why can't it come out sooner you have to wait for a whole year between each book. Love Ruck's books and know that Rick will impress
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you think you might want to read one of Rick's books you should. His books are full of action and mistery. All of the myth books he writes are connected. You will find the same charictors in all of his books. If not with the same name the same persoballitys. They are wonderful stories
Zoey_River More than 1 year ago
Now, before anyone starts screaming "OMG, 3 STARS?! Zoey, are you alright? What is happening?!" let it be told that I very very much enjoyed The Dark Prophecy by my favorite author since childhood. It is a truth universally acknowledged that Rick Riordan can do no wrong. At all. Never. No chance. And despite the fact that it emotionally hurts me to rate a Rick Riordan book any less than 4 stars, It will be even worse to be untrue to my feelings. This book had it all: hilariousness, new characters, well known and beloved characters, Peaches, kickass demigods, a god going through a humanization phase, Leo Valdez, crazed emperors, sad moments, happy moments, heartwarming moments, heartbreaking moments. I highlighted so many quotes in this book I might as well have highlighted this whole book since it was so quotable. I laughed, I smiled, and I went all 'awww' over almost everything. So then what didn't I like about this book? Nothing, really. "So why did you rate it 3.5 stars?" you might be thinking. Well, you see... it simply didn't give me the BANG I was looking for. You know, that punch to the heart when all of your feelings are a mess and through them, the only thing you can think is: "yes, this is... this is what my heart has been looking/searching/hoping for." Maybe I don't make much sense. This book had many small bangs, just not a big enough one to make me truly, truly fall in love with it. That being said, it's only the second book of the series, you guys! There's so much more epicness coming our way - I can feel it. And... well, it is a truth universally acknowledged (sorry, I just came back from watching Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) that second books in a series are the least favorite ones. That, at least, had been something that always seemed to happen to me with book series. Like how Percy Jackson and the sea of monsters is my least favorite book of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. Or how the second book of the Heroes of Olympus is my least memorable one. Not to say they're not great. Just like not to say I didn't like The Dark Prophecy. I totally had my moments of "this is some awesome stuff" and "oh I missed this so much!" I can't seem to stress this enough but I think you got what I'm trying to say here. My only consolation after saying goodbye (yet again) to my beloved characters of the Percy Jackson universe and having to wait until May 1st, 2018 (please don't let the date change any further) for the third book to come out, is that we get another Rick Riordan book this year and it is none other than the highly anticipated third and last book in the Magnus Chase trilogy! And now, the wait for The Burning Maze begins. Shall we enter the depth of the labyrinth once again, my friends? *For the full review (with spoilers): http://magiverse.blogspot.co.il/2017/05/the-dark-prophecy-by-rick-riordan-book.html
Anonymous 10 days ago
I loved reading this book.
Anonymous 5 months ago
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Anonymous 5 months ago
I loved it from beginning to end. It made me laugh, cry, and all the in-betweens, actually let me live the story. Yet another excellent Riordan book!
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Anonymous 6 months ago
Great book ND I can't wait to hear more about the immortal Lester
Anonymous 7 months ago
Trials of Apollo: The Dark Prophecy is a great book! Rick Riordan puts his sarcasm in forms of Apollo and many other characters. He also uses a lot of description and leaves a lot of suspense. Hope that book 3 comes out very soon!
Anonymous 9 months ago
Hooks you from the first line or fight. Whichever comes first. Rick Riordan is just a kid at heart.
Anonymous 12 months ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was so good! It was a amazing 2nd edition to the series! This series is a must read!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I always enjoy the series. Characters from past come more into play along with new. I like how Apollo has to need people. A great book
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book over and over agian, it is a aamazing story from page one.
Taylor_FrayedBooks More than 1 year ago
Ah! I absolutely love Rick Riordan's books and this isn't an exception. I think he is so fantastic at writing these stories and I hope he never stops. This book picks up right where the first one left off and it is fast, action-packed, and full of Greek mythology. The seamless entwining of Greek mythology with his fantasy writing is something that I will never tire of. Also, this book is NOT just for kids! I am in my early 20s and I would always recommend his series' to anyone who is a fan of Greek mythology and witty humor. The humor in this book is great and Apollo's character really brings that quality through!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book series. It brings back the thrills of Percy Jackson, and I enjoy first person perspective. I also like how Rick added same gender romance, to mix things up a little. Great job with the book series and keep writing stuff like this.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago