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The Trials of Apollo #3: The Burning Maze Award-winning author

by Rick Riordan (author)

Suitable for 9 - 16 years

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The third book in the latest series from international bestselling author, Rick Riordan

He was a God once. Until he was cast out his father, Zeus. Now, he’s an awkward teenager. Called Lester.

The only way out is a series of scary and dangerous trials, of course.

For his third trial, Apollo must journey through the Labyrinth to free an Oracle who only speaks in puzzles. Then, defeat the most vicious of three very vicious Roman Emperors. (All without the use of his godly powers.)

It looks like he will need all the help he can get – from some new and old friends.


More books by Rick Riordan:

The Percy Jackson series: Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters Percy Jackson and the Titan’s Curse Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian Percy Jackson: The Demigod Files

The Heroes of Olympus series: The Lost Hero The Son Of Neptune The Mark of Athena The Heroes of Olympus: The Demigod Files

The Kane Chronicles series: The Red Pyramid The Throne of Fire The Serpent’s Shadow

The Magnus Chase Series: Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer Magnus Chase and the Hammer of Thor Magnus Chase and the Ship of the Dead

Product Details

Series

The Trials of Apollo (book 3)

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780141364018

Publisher

Puffin

Date published

May 2nd, 2019

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.3; Middle years; 15.0 points

Other details

  • 528 pages

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Rick Riordan

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  1. Vertina
    on 19 August 2020

    Okay…. How shall we start? First of all, I’m American so don’t criticize how I speak. Second of all, I spent a long time staring at the cover because it was NOT like I was used to.

    WARNING: Small spoilers ahead.

    The Burning Maze wasn’t that good. The plot was too simple, there was hardly any twists, and Apollo and Meg survived just because of luck. And I also should mention that Piper and Jason held no appeal in this book. They helped Apollo, saved the day, died, saved the day again, etc. Also, the other villains in the series had a connection with either Apollo or Meg. Nero proved himself the master of manipulation and he had a creepy goal to get Meg back on his side. Because of that, he kinda turned into the most feared villain in the series. Commodus held a connection with Apollo and I have to admit, he was just naturally funny and had an obsession with spectacle (pun intended). But Caligula just resembled those villains who are evil for the sake of being evil, you know? He wasn’t too scary, wasn’t any fun, and was overall BORING. Maybe I don’t like it also because of how RR settled Piper and Jason. In the second book we already know that Leo was with Calypso and settling in Indianapolis, but the way RR settled Piper and Jason wasn’t as happy. By the end of the book one was dead and the other was going somewhere else because their family’s reputation was destroyed. Also, I think RR could have made the Aeithales-in-danger thing better, because over the course of the book Incantitus and Caligula never attacked Aeithales again. This book wasn’t for me, but who knows? It may become your new favorite book.

    2out of 5