The trouble starts when Apollo introduces Percy and his friend Grover the satyr to the Chryseae Celedones. Three golden women--living statues--appear in front of them, and sing one blissful chord. Apollo has a concert tonight at Mount Olympus, and he needs the Celedones as his backup singers. But there should be a quartet, not a trio--one of the singers has gone rogue. It's up to Percy and Grover to find the missing Celedon somewhere in New York City before she causes any problems. Capturing an attention-seeking automaton in a crowd of mortals is going to require some cagey thinking. Will Percy and Grover succeed, or hit a sour note?...
|Title||:||Percy Jackson and the Singer of Apollo (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #5.5)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||28 pages|
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Percy Jackson and the Singer of Apollo (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #5.5) Reviews
It was awesome, and when I first picked up this book, I thought it would just be some random book that Rick Riodan wanted to write to continue and never end the Percy Jackson books, because the summary was quite ridiculous to me, but I had it in my to-reads section. I mean, Apollo and his concert and the plot was kind of stupid to me when I read the back of the book. The quest was also weird, too. Who interrupts Grover Underwood's birthday party just to ask them to find a celedone that's missing ...more
I didn’t realize this is a short story.
A fun quick read for Riordan fans... if you read his Apollo books, it makes the story even funnier. You will also look at gold statues in a different way.
Singer of apollo
Very nice story. I am reading the books on Apollo so it was a good to see how Apollo was before his
being changed to a mortal.
A great short story with another adventure for Percy and Grover. This has humour, adventure, more humour and it is a fantastic read. Riordan has done it again.
This was an exciting quick read. I would definitely think of it as a supplemental story. Kind of off the beaten path for Percy and Grover. I enjoyed the unique "monsters" involved. It was very short!
This short story was so hard to access. No copy of any library had it. I had to resort to pirating it online...