The Demigod Diaries

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Puffin, 2012 - Children's stories - 242 pages
In this action-packed collection, runaway demigods Luke and Thalia face untold dangers on their way to Camp Half-Blood. Percy Jackson and Annabeth must rescue stolen goods from a fire-breathing giant who doesn't take kindly to intruders. And Leo, Piper, and Jason have to dodge a band of party-loving Maenads and stave off an explosion - in one hour or less . . . Discover three never-before-seen short stories starring the Heroes of Olympus and Percy Jackson - Plusoriginal art, character interviews, puzzles and much more. Rick Riordan is the myth master, don't miss any of his explosive adventure!

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User Review  - hopeevey - LibraryThing

The final story in this collection is so good! The first couple stories were a bit weak - not terrible, but not as good as I expect from Rick Riordan. Then again, it's a bit much to expect outstanding ... Read full review

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User Review  - sszkutak - LibraryThing

Background: A collection of short stories that delve into the lives of the characters from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians and The Heroes of Olympus series.The collection includes a passage from ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Rick Riordanis a teacher and a writer, and has won many awards for his mystery novels for adults. He says that the idea for Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thieffirst came to him while he was teaching Greek mythology at middle school in San Francisco. But rumour has it that Camp Half Blood actually exists, and Rick spends his summers there recording the adventures of young demigods. Some believe that, to avoid a mass panic among the mortal population, he was forced to swear on the River Styx to present Percy Jackson's story as fiction. Rick lives in Texas (apart from his summers on Half Blood Hill) with his wife and two sons.

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