The Trials of Apollo : Book 1, The Hidden Oracle PDF/EPUB


The Trials of Apollo : Book 1, The Hidden Oracle [Télécharger] ✤ The Trials of Apollo : Book 1, The Hidden Oracle Auteur Rick Riordan – Liversite.co.uk After angering his father Zeus, the god Apollo is cast down from Olympus Weak and disoriented, he lands in New York City as a regular teenage boy Now, without his godly powers, he must learn to surviv After angering his father Zeus, the god Apollo of Apollo ePUB ↠ is cast down from Olympus Weak and disoriented, he lands in New York City as a regular teenage boy Now, without his godly powers, he must learn to survive in the modern world But Apollo has many enemies gods, monsters and mortals who would love to see the former Olympian permanently destroyed Apollo needs help, and he can think of only one place to go an enclave of modern demigods known as Camp Half The Trials Epub / Blood.


9 thoughts on “The Trials of Apollo : Book 1, The Hidden Oracle

  1. Allisonline Allisonline says:

    J adore ce que fait Rick Riordan J aime vraiment le fait que toutes ses sagas soient li es Derni rement, j ai lu le premier tome de sa nouvelle s rie, Magnus Chase, et j ai tout autant appr ci que les sagas Percy Jackson et H ros de l Olympe Et l , maintenant, Rick Riordan fait encore plus fort en proposant une nouvelle s rie dans son univers principal, avec une l g re innovation dans The Trials of Apollo, nous suivons le dieu Apollon, chang en adolescent par son p re Zeus Un ado d une quinzaine d ann es tout sauf divin, qui va devoir partir dans une qu te pour retrouver sa place en Olympe Comme tout jeune demi dieu qui se respecte, en fait.Apr s le jeune ado SDF avec Magnus Chase, Rick Riordan fait fort avec le dieu mill naire qui a un lourd pass derri re lui Et j adore Apollon Ce n est pas un nouveau personnage, il a fait de multiples apparitions dans les quelques dix tomes pr c dents, o il a brill par son absence d humilit et son amour pour les ha kus.J ai t doublement surprise en commen ant ce roman Premi rement, ce nouveau cycle prend place apr s la fin de H ros de l Olympe, et suit vraiment l intrigue instaur e par l auteur dans cet univers Forc ment, nous y rencontrons une bonne poign e de personnages issus des pr c dentes sagas, et il me semble donc n cessaire de les avoir lues avant Ne serait ce que pour avoir un aper u de ce qu tait l Apollon divin, tout puissant et imbu de lui m me, avant d tre propuls dans le corps tout mou d un ado de quinze ans Aussi, l intrigue de la s rie et celle de Magnus Chase sont simultan es, comme le sont les sorties des romans Ce qui va m obliger les lire d s leurs sorties, mince alors Apollon, donc, est habitu cet tat de fait, car c est d j la troisi me fois qu il est puni de la sorte Il connait la marche suivre il doit s attacher au service d un demi dieu et accomplir diff rentes qu tes ses c t s jusqu ce que son p re le pardonne Son choix se serait volontiers port sur Percy Jackson himself, maiiiiis non ce sera Meg, une jeune fille de 13 ans badass et extr mement attachante Ils d cident de rejoindre la Colonie des Sang M l o ils d couvrent que les choses ne vont pas tr s bien depuis six mois, d autant que l Oracle ne fonctionne toujours pas.Pfiou, que dire Ce nouveau cycle s annonce juste g nial J admire la fa on qu a l auteur de se renouveler avec un tel sujet de fond, et chaque fois que je pense qu il ne pourra peut tre pas me surprendre, il le fait Voir l univers cr par l auteur travers les yeux d un dieu est une chose, mais il arrive le rendre terriblement attachant dans sa relation avec les autres Il arrive brillamment rendre Apollon agr able suivre en respectant son caract re gocentrique, sans jamais le rendre aga ant, et c est un tour de force Nous d couvrons un c t de lui qui n est jamais vu par les autres personnages et cela donne vie des sc nes particuli rement touchantes, dr les ou surprenantes J ai h te de voir comment il va continuer voluer Quant Meg, c est aussi un personnage sur lequel j ai h te d en savoir plus Elle est complexe et assez myst rieuse, du fait qu on ne connaisse pas le fond de ses pens es Vite, la suite Clairement, Rick Riordan est un virtuose de la litt rature jeunesse Si j ai commenc , il y a des ann es, appr cier ses romans parce que je suis mordue de mythologie, c est maintenant sa capacit donner vie ses personnages et modeler son univers avec talent qui me font me pr cipiter sur chacun de ses nouveaux romans Tant qu il continuera offrir des romans de qualit , comme l ont t les premiers tomes de Magnus Chase et de The Trials of Apollo, je serais toujours au rendez vous Je pense que tout fan de son travail se jettera sur ce roman, mais ne commencez pas par celui ci si vous avez le malheur de ne pas conna tre le monsieur Bonne lecture oui, oui, vous allez le lire, je le sais


  2. Marie Rooney Marie Rooney says:

    I bought that book for my son but having read the Percy Jackson s book and the Heroes of Olympus I couldn t help reading this book I m very glad I did It s amazing ,brilliant and so gripping A superbly written plot wherre old friends meet new one and a twist at the end Can t wait for the second volume although I will have to wait until may I recommand this book to all Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus fans Apollo as Lester is very endearing A delight


  3. Meg Meg says:

    Tr s bien


  4. Mathilde JOURDAN Mathilde JOURDAN says:

    Excellent book, I cannot wait for from this series Rick Riordan didn t disappoint me as usual I can t wait for


  5. Rachel Barham Rachel Barham says:

    You see quite a few old characters from Percy Jackson s books in this, but you still got a whole new set of MC s which was interesting to see.My first little love of this book was the chapter beginnings they all had a small Haiku at the beginning They were amusing little anecdotes that gave you an idea of what may happen in the chapter you were on, and they will also definitely give you a little smile whenever you start on a new chapter.When it comes to Apollo as a character he was one of my favourites out of them all possibly one of my favourites from all the Percy Jackson books He was funny throughout the whole book, and also gave me a few chuckles I rarely laugh out loud when reading and it was great to see his character development as he learnt to be human he slowly started to notice mistakes he was making in both his behaviours and actions and he started to change into a better person.


  6. Rachel D Rachel D says:

    I am classed as a mature reader and not the target audience however I really enjoyed this I am a big fan of the Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus series I liked the perspective of Apollo, as the storyteller and the journey started in this book Having re read all the others before starting this one I did notice a few hints to this book, however you don t need to have read them before but I would recommend it so you understand the reactions to apollo


  7. For The Love of Fictional Worlds For The Love of Fictional Worlds says:

    Reviewed first on For The Love of Fictional Worlds After Harry Potter, it was Percy Jackson that pretty much hooked me in fact, till today, these two are the only worlds that I will always have an hankering to go back to So when Like Queen Rowling, when Uncle Rick comes out with a new series with a tease about the appearance of Percy Jackson , you don t say WHATTT YOU JUST FREAKING PRE ORDER THE HELL OUT OF IT DAnd that s exactly what I did PJust a little heads up though, it would be better if you read The Percy Jackson Series and the Heroes of Olympus Series in THAT EXACT reading order , for there are characters that make re appearance YAY and circumstances that are referred to, that you can only get the reference if YOU HAVE READ the aforementioned series DThis new series is about the God Apollo, and when you have a God turned to a whiny, pubsecent teenage boy, you know you have a gold mine in sarcasm, humor and repartee that Uncle Rick is so famous for Here s the thing after a while, all the demi gods stories tend to blend into one another, even though I adore Percy Jackson and the subsequent Heroes of Olympus Series I need a re read , Sword of The Summer, became my least favorite of all.But just when I think Uncle Rick has reached his pinnacle, he throws The Hidden oracle at me PApollo isn t much of a human being suffering from the narcissism and fallacy of being a GOD, he is entitled, whiny and absolutely irritating AND I LOVED HIM I mean, not as a character, but the fact that Uncle Rick made it so that he was literally unlikable at the start and for most of the story I am not kidding Apollo, as a God of Haiku and War was an ass but as a teenage boy, he is absolutely UNBEARABLE For now that he has to survive Zeus s punishment, he has than a prophecy to fulfill he has a journey to make and things to understand not that he knows this of course.And Camp Half Blood isn t exactly complete without the appearance of old favorites seriously, I had tears in my eyes when I realized it was Percy that Apollo went back to for help though it was weird to view him from a third POV honestly guys, it was such a trippy experience I KID YOU NOT For those who believe that Uncle Rick lost his charm after The Sword of Summer YIKES YOU NEED TO READ THIS because this book, in my opinion is one of the best works by Uncle Rick it has a protagonist that you just can t help be irritated with, it has a bit angsty and a plot that is intended for a bit mature audiences.Coupled with the typical snarky Uncle Rick style of writing you literally have a winner


  8. Nikki Sidaway Nikki Sidaway says:

    It s nice to see a change up in Riordan s structure, by starting with comedy the chapter poem things are brilliant and then not focusing too much on demi gods but still having them part of the story Having Apollo become a mortal teenager and focusing on him is brilliant and really works, I definitely enjoyed this It s not as strong as the end of the Heroes of Olympus series, but it doesn t need to be it s still a good, fun story It also felt a little middle grade than HoO did which is a nice return to form, though that may just be Apollo coming across as immature


  9. Rita Tong Rita Tong says:

    Best book ever Well mabye not the best book every book by rick riordan is bound to be a heartbreaker a book that consumes all happiness that being said his books are great but i always find myself crying especially because of meg and the ending of the blood of olympus that was such a heart wrenching cliff hanger i was crying for weeks after i read it this author is my hero i adore him best of luck rick riordan


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