The Titan’s Curse (Audiobook) By Rick Riordan

  • Name: The Titan's Curse Audiobook.

  • Author: Rick Riordan.

  • Published: May 5, 2007.

  • Series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 3.

  • Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult, Mythology, Fiction, Adventure.

Audience Review: The Titan’s Curse Audiobook:

American fantasy-adventure novel The Titan’s Curse MP 3 is written by Rick Riordan and is based on Greek mythology. It is about the adventures of Percy Jackson, a 14-year-old demigod, and his friends as they embark on a perilous mission to rescue Annabeth Chase, a 14-year-old demigod, and Artemis, a Greek goddess, who have been kidnapped by the Titans.

The Titan’s Curse MP 3 got generally sure surveys, which frequently commended the humour and activity in the story. “Readers will relate to good-natured Percy, the protagonist,” according to Children’s Literature, which praised the book’s fast pace and humour. The book is the Third (03) in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series Audiobook.

To transport the Di Angelo siblings to Camp Half-Blood, Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, and Thalia Grace infiltrate the West Hall boarding school in Bar Harbor, Maine. The manticore Dr. Thorn captures Annabeth, but she escapes when Artemis and her Hunters arrive, despite the success of their extraction. Artemis sets out on her own to find a monster that, if used improperly, could demolish Mount Olympus.

She sends her Hunters and the half-bloods to Camp Half-Blood beforehand via her brother Apollo and his sun chariot. When Bianca joins the Hunters, she becomes immortal. At camp, Percy and Blackjack, his pegasus, accidentally save an Ophiotaurus that Percy calls “Bessie.” Zo Nightshade, Artemis’ lieutenant, begins to dream that the goddess is in danger, and Percy dreams that Annabeth saves Luke Castellan by holding up the ceiling of a cave.

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About Richard Russell Riordan, Jr:

American author Richard Russell Riordan, Jr. is best known for his work on the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series. More than thirty million copies of Riordan’s books have been sold in the United States and have been translated into forty-two languages.

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