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What is the book "Percy Jackson and The Last Olympian" about?
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percy jackson - percy jackson biography

percy jackson - percy jackson biography percy jackson - percy jackson biography Perseus "Percy" Jackson is a fictional and central character in Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians book series, appearing as the main protagonist and...
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THE SON OF NEPTUNE - San Antonio Express

THE SON OF NEPTUNE - San Antonio Express | Series Books: Who Likes Them? | Scoop.it
THE SON OF NEPTUNESan Antonio Express“The Son of Neptune” is the second in Riordan's “Heroes of Olympus” series, which is his second series starring Percy Jackson, rapidly becoming one of the most popular characters in contemporary fantasy, right...
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Welcome to the Online World of Rick Riordan!

Welcome to the Online World of Rick Riordan! | Series Books: Who Likes Them? | Scoop.it

This is a direct link to the website of Rick Riordan. Check it out!!

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Danny's Corner: Book Review: Percy Jackson and The Olympians

Danny's Corner: Book Review: Percy Jackson and The Olympians | Series Books: Who Likes Them? | Scoop.it
The Percy Jackson series is set in modern day United States (the characters travel all over the country) but in this setting the Greek gods have not completely faded into the realm of myth but continue to live on and are still up ...
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Bring on the Books: TUESDAY: Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan

Bring on the Books: TUESDAY: Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan | Series Books: Who Likes Them? | Scoop.it
... more insights into each one's experiences. It also allows the characters to have separate adventures. [Personally, I have enjoyed the Percy Jackson/Lost Hero series more than I have this one, but this one is also enjoyable.] ...
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