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Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian

By Rick Riordan | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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The Last Olympian: the fifth book in Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series. The fifth awesome adventure in the top-ten bestselling Percy Jackson series - now in paperback. Most people get presents on their sixteenth birthday. I get a prophecy that could save or destroy the world. That's how it is when... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
12 Dec 2009
Author(s)
Rick Riordan
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN-13
9780141321288
Dimensions
129mm x 198mm x 22mm
Series
Percy Jackson
Pages
368
Format
Paperback
Release Date
12 Dec 2009
Author(s)
Rick Riordan
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN-13
9780141321288
Dimensions
129mm x 198mm x 22mm
Series
Percy Jackson
Pages
368

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Currently out of stock online, please contact your nearest store for availability

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15 Oct 2009
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Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian

This impressive read hooked me after the first few pages, I simply couldn’t put it down. The author poses the idea that the gods of Greek Mythology (Zeus, Poseidon, etc) are alive and kicking, and that Mt Olympus is on the 600th floor of the Empire State Building. The book continues the adventures of Percy Jackson (whose series I’ve not read), a demigod teenager, who discovers a prophecy that a decision of his would save or destroy the world. But no pressure. The titans and their armies are advancing on Olympus, and the Gods are away battling a much bigger (literally) threat. Percy and his friends from Camp Half Blood, a facility for training young Demigods in fighting and battle, are left to defend New York City alone.

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my brother is 10yrs old has a little bit of troble with reading big books or ones with small text so it looks like alot of hard work, and he has found thes books really good and they have made him really like reading and exploring books, i deffently recomend them
10 Mar 2011 14:27:44 | kerri nicholas

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