The demigods race to the rescue, to find that Grover has made an important discovery: two new powerful half-bloods whose parentage is unknown. But that's not all that awaits them. The Titan lord, Kronos, has set up his most devious trap yet, and the young heroes have just fallen prey.
Hilarious and action-packed, this third adventure in the series finds Percy faced with his most dangerous challenge so far: the chilling prophecy of the Titan's curse.
Don't miss the other titles in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.
©2007 Rick Riordan; (P)2007 Random House, Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
He did Mr. D's voice the same way he did Tyson's voice in the last book. And the way he did Blackjacks voice😖 was...painful to say the least. Way beyond annoying. :-( I love this series...too bad the narrator is almost ruining it!
The story was amazing and unforgettable, there were new adventures at every turn and I loves the way Percy says things.
I loved the way Percy handles situations, he finds a way to make every tense situation funny.
The narrator was really inconsistent, the voices throughout the other books were completey changed such as Dionisious
Hunting for monsters, easy. Saving friends, hardest task in the world
If considering buying the books remember to listen the whole time because you could easily get lost.
I love the series, and these problems have not come up in the last two books but, the narrators voice makes Tyson sound like a complete idiot. Toward the end the narrator decides to have a very rood Asian accent coming from an annabeths mother! The book is fine in the beginning but when you get to about the second chapter the narrators voice gets super annoying!
Other than that the book is amazing and super cool although some parts are clearly out of Harry Potter.
Great book horrible narrator!
"Good humoured fast moving adventue"
Mount Olympus is still with us, moving as the seat power in Western civilization moves it's now in America. The gods are still falling for mortal women and having half-blood children, the heroes whose battlefireld reflexes get them diagnosed with ADHD in the modern classroom.
The monsters, magical creatures, gods and young heroes are all well voiced in this gripping adventure. It adds to the fun if you've read the two previous books, but this adventure can stand on it's own.
Percy has been warned about his fatal flaw, and the prophecy that says a child of the gods will bring about thier defeat. Will he be that child?
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