REVIEW: THE DARK PROPHECY(THE TRIALS OF APOLLO #2)
Updated: Aug 17, 2020
DAY 16(30 DAYS CHALLENGE)
Hey guys, today, I am going to review- "The Dark Prophecy" (The Trials Of Apollo #2) by Rick Riordan. Not delaying, let's get started:
The Dark Prophecy is the second part of the breathtaking series: The Trials Of Apollo by Rick Riordan. In this book, God Apollo who has been cast down to Earth as Lester Papadopoulos by his father God Zeus as punishment. The only way for Apollo to reclaim his rightful place in Mount Olympus is by restoring several Oracles that have gone dark. After humiliating-trials at camp half-blood, In this book, Lester leaves the relative safety of the demigod training ground and embark on a hair-raising journey across North America. Lester who lacks his godly power gains friendship with heroes who are really familiar to those who read Percy Jackson and The Olympians & Heroes of Olympus series by the same author Rick Riordan.
Like all The Trials Of Apollo Books, this book stands out in its own fabulous way! The reason that makes it stands out are the locations, the people, the hidden surprises, the bizarre trials, and of course what awaits in the continuation of this series. This becomes quite real to those who read the first book or any book by Rick Riordan that is obviously based on mythology. I must say, I recommend reading this, only after you read the 1st book. It is up to each individual, otherwise, you won't understand the whole story completely if you don't know the beginning.
I really like the second book because throughout the book they are able to manage their current quest and the overall trials. Also about how the story is explained, revealing the mystery layer by layer making all the readers curious about the story and about what is gonna happen in the future books. This is highly recommended to all the people who love mythology and are demigod fans. I will give 5 stars.
Hereby I end by Review. If you liked this, please don't forget to comment also if you have read it already. Can't wait to know.
BY: Archana Soman