The Tryant’s Tomb is How the Series Comes Out of The Grave

Let’s admit – Trials of Apollo was not required. While The Hidden Oracle was fun to revisit, The Dark Prophecy was the most dull book Riordan has ever published. The Burning Maze, was well, clever and decent. But, The Tryant’s Tomb is where it feels that we are reading something fresh. Lester has got a…

Percabeth – All of Me

As a 100th post special and a way to thank my 150 followers, on the occasion of Percabeth’s Dating Anniversary, Percy Jackson’s Birthday and the anniversary of The Battle of Manhattan, I’m finally writing a post I’ve wanted to work on for years. A post dedicated to the most special couple ever in any fictional…

Camp Half-Blood: Confidential, another fun filled companion

Camp Half Blood, the only safe place for the demigods to live, except of course Camp Jupiter. Its more like a home to the Greek Demigods than being a Summer Camp. Most of them though come here only for the Summer, they leave back after learning much more than they can learn in the regular…

Predictions: What Rick Riordan might have in mind

We are almost 10 months away to get hold of the final book in the Magnus Chase trilogy. Along with the release of the book will come Rick Riordan’s annual US tour. Rick Riordan is a guy who never fails to surprise his fans, and the tours are his medium to shake their world. On…

Rick Riordan’s Mythological Universe Timeline

When we belong to a fandom of an inter-connected universe, there is always in the back of our mind that how the different series are connected to each other, and when the different events take place. Many people who are new to the fandom often get confused. So, here I have compiled the timeline of…

Review: The Hammer of Thor by Rick Riordan

Why with each book Riordan releases he only gets better in plotting a storyline? In Heroes of Olympus, the main story arc was quite weak, but when The Sword of Summer came out, I was quite surprised by the storyline and the amount of research he did. In The Hidden Oracle, I was in fact…

The 575 days before returning to the world I love.

  When I was first introduced to the Rick Riordan mythological universe by my classmates, I had no idea that I would never be able to escape that world. With over 20 novels and short stories released in the span of 10 years, no one wanted the series to end. The second series of the…

The Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan Review

Imagine a grandparent seeing his/her grandchildren after more than year. That was me during Trials of Apollo. It was so good to hear about everyone I have loved in 10+ books. After spending so many years in Camp Half Blood, it has become my second home. Up to this day, I remember myself opening any…