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I WAS A GOD, ONCE UNTIL I WAS CAST OUT BY MY FATHER, ZEUS NOW I M AN AWKWARD MORTAL TEENAGER CALLED LESTER.My way out A series of scary and dangerous trials, of course.For my third mission, I must Journey through the Labyrinth to free an Oracle who only speaks in puzzles Which sounds easy Then, defeat the most vicious of three very vicious Roman Emperors.Is that all No, I have to do everything without any of my godly powers Wonderful Looks like I ll need all the help I can get from new friends, and old This edition includes a Percy Jackson short story Clarisse, daughter of Ares, the Greek god of war, needs Percy Jackson s help.Her father s chariot has been stolen and she has to get it back by sunset.The only hitch The chariot jackers are none other than her terrifying immortal brothers Phobos and Deimos.Can Percy and Clarisse get the chariot back before it s too late Find out in PERCY JACKSON AND THE STOLEN CHARIOT...

Title : The Burning Maze (The Trials of Apollo Book 3)
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ISBN : B0773GPM19
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Format Type : Hardcover
Language : Englisch
Publisher : Puffin 1 Mai 2018
Number of Pages : 403 Pages
File Size : 693 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Burning Maze (The Trials of Apollo Book 3) Reviews

  • Meine Bücherwürmer
    2019-03-30 22:51

    Apollo, immer noch im sterblichen Körper von Lester Papadopoulus gefangen, die Halbgöttin Meg McCaffrey und der Satyr Grover sind auf dem Weg nach Palm Springs, wo sie laut Prophezeiung in wenigen Tagen das nächste Orakel retten müssen. Um rechtzeitig anzukommen, nutzen sie das magische Labyrinth, das auch schon Percy Jackson durchqueren musste und das alle Orte der Welt miteinander verbindet. Hier drohen ihnen jedoch jede Menge gefahren, für die sich der nächste römische Kaiser, dem sich Apollo stellen muss, verantwortlich zeigt. Er scheint das Labyrinth unter Kalifornien in Brand gesetzt zu haben, was zu Feuerstößen in den Gängen und zu Dürren und Waldbränden an der Oberfläche führt.Kaum sind die drei Gefährten einem Feuerstoß entkommen, greifen sie auch schon menschenfressende Vögel an. Mit Hilfe ihrer kombinierten Naturkräfte gelingt es Meg und Grover im letzten Moment, die Kreaturen zurückzudrängen. Endlich an der Oberfläche angekommen, sieht Apollo das ganze, schreckliche Ausmaß der Zerstörung, die die Aktivitäten des Kaisers hervorrufen.In Palm Springs treffen sie auch auf einige Dryaden und Mellie, die auf die Rückkehr ihres Mannes, Coach Hedge, wartet. Dieser wollte Verpflegung und Campingzubehör aus der nächsten Stadt holen und ist bei Sonnenuntergang noch immer nicht zurückgekommen. Apollo und Grover machen sich gleich auf den Weg, um den Coach zu suchen. Im Armeegeschäft finden sie den Satyr vor dem Waffenregal. Hier erwartet sie auch Macro, der Besitzer des Ladens und Handlanger des Kaisers. Mit Hilfe seiner Roboterangestellten versucht er, Apollo gefangen zu nehmen und die beiden Satyre zu töten.Nach ihrem Abenteuer im Armeegeschäft finden Apollo und Meg heraus, dass auch das Leben von anderen Halbgöttern von den Kaisern zerstört wurde. Piper McLeans Vater wurde von ihnen in den Ruin getrieben. Daher ist sie sofort bereit, Apollo bei seinem Kampf gegen den Kaiser zu unterstützen.In The Burning Maze trifft Apollo erneut auf bekannte Charaktere aus den anderen Buchreihen von Rick Riordan. Sein Kampf gegen die Kaiser wird dramatischer und fordert seine Opfer. Wie Apollo gleich im Vorwort warnt, gibt es einige dramatische und traurige Ereignisse im Buch. Es gibt aber auch viele spannende und lustige Momente, wenn Apollo von seinen Abenteuern berichtet. Die Rückblicke, von denen es im letzten Band noch sehr viele gab, sind diesmal deutlich weniger geworden, so fließt die Story ein wenig besser.

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-04-15 00:38

    Da ich seit langem ein Fan der Rick Riordan Bücher bin habe ich mir natürlich auch diesen Band gekauft und wurde echt nicht enttäuscht. Obwohl mir die Apollo Serie nicht wirklich gut gefiel fand ich dieses Buch unglaublich spannend und fesselnd. Es gab ein paar Ereignisse zu welchen ich gerne ein bisschen mehr Vorgeschichte hätte aber... gut

  • Viola K.
    2019-04-17 19:39

    Erneut tolles Buch von meinem Lieblingsautor!

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-04-16 00:49

    Awesome. Never read something like it. The author is really talented. Ca not wait for the next book. Thanks for creating such a good story.

  • Maggie B
    2019-04-20 01:34

    Ok, to be completely fair, I definitely thought that The Trials of Apollo was a trilogy. Spoiler alert: it is not. So that definitely threw off where this story line went for me, because I was expecting everything to be wrapped up. Some of the events in this book made me sad, but I'm definitely waiting on pins and needles for the next one. Apollo got less annoying to me, and is becoming a much more likeable character. The reappearance of different characters from the Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus series is always awesome, and this book doesn't disappoint (much) in that regard. If you like the Percy Jackson series, definitely read this one!

  • Travis Hayden
    2019-04-11 22:50

    Why is the third book in the Camp Half Blood Chronicles just so devastating!!! I mean The Titan's Curse, The Mark of Athena, and now The Burning Maze have each in their own way left me shook! Apollo and friends find themselves facing probably their toughest opponent yet. If you've yet to read this but it is on your TBR put your guards up because Rick ripped my emotions to shreds with this one. This series just continues to be action packed and hilarious. And its not one more then the other Rick has definitely found away to balance the action with the comedy. I also love how even after 13 books already published and with only 2, yes 2, more left until this series is finished I still find myself learning about one of my all time favorite mythology. Its such a treat to know that an author like Rick prides himself on his knowledge and research and funnels it into this sort of media outlet. Anyway this book, no this series is highly recommended.

  • Gecky Boz
    2019-04-16 23:35

    Oh, this series makes me laugh, cry and pretty much every feeling in between.It feels both dark yet light at the same time. I know there has been death in this series and Riordan's books before but this book really hurts.Yet the humor and heart is still there too. I continue to feel that this series will forever alter the characters from previous series and this series too.It feels like there's no way this ends well/happily for them but I'm continually surprised in each book.You'll find yourself just caring so much about these characters.Once again I adore this series and can't wait to see what happens next.

  • ljones62442
    2019-04-16 23:29

    Normally LOVE this author’s stuff. This one came out at just the wrong time for me I think. In my opinion, the darkness overrode the humor completely until it was lost. I also thought that the major death was diminished by the very small glimpse of the character before it happens. Or, maybe I was just already depressed anyway and when I read it again it will be better. Reading this one after just having lost my beloved Border Collie was probably not the best idea, but it’s usually safe to read a kids’ book.What ever the case, be prepared for the darkest Riordan book yet. And yes, that includes the house of Hades.

  • benbrooks7
    2019-04-16 01:27

    I am not a true-blue fan of Rick Riordan, but I applaud his work every time I read his books. The Trials of Apollo is a must-have piece, thanks to all the humor and action and conflict. But this book? It was probably the best of them all. It was wonderful and shattering and heartbreaking and hilarious all at the same time-- it's unfair that it has us weeping one moment and laughing the next! Yes, something incredibly sad happened here. I have never cried at a sad scene, book or movie. The only time a book had me crying wasn't even remotely tragic. But sure enough, this book had me in tears when I was least expecting it. I can almost guarantee you that you will be saddened by some of the events. However, you probably won't be for long, because right after you'll be laughing hysterically. The Arrow of Dodona, let me tell you, plays a RIDICULOUSLY important and slightly irritating role here. Besides being awesomely infuriating, I mean. Apollo definitely changed. He became less cocky and waaaayyyy more disturbingly sacrificial than necessary. [Insert nervous laugh] But he got over it. Kind of. Well, not really. In this book, as in the others, you reunite with some of your favorite characters. I'm actually wondering when Annabeth will show up, and more of Percy too, but I was seriously missing Leo even after reading book two. [Team Leo!] Then our friends Grover, Piper, and Jason play some parts here. Ahem. As well as the infamous Meg McCaffrey, of course, and we learn a lot more about her past. I'm looking forward to seeing Reyna and Hazel and Frank at Camp Jupiter, too! So happy reading! And don't get too distressed after reading... that.