REVIEW: THE HIDDEN ORACLE(THE TRIALS OF APOLLO #1)
Updated: Aug 17, 2020
Hey guys, today I am going to share my review about, The Hidden Oracle(The Trials Of Apollo #1) I am not delaying, let's get started:
The Trials Of Apollo is a breathtaking pentalogy and the 3rd series of THE CAMP HALF-BLOOD CHRONICLES by the awesome author- Rick Riordan. As I said, today I will be reviewing the 1st part of this pentalogy: THE HIDDEN ORACLE.
Being an 8th-grade student, I don't how much my viewpoints will suit yours, But, I must say this might be one of the best introduction to a new series. If you re a person who has read, the previous series: The Heroes Of Olympus and Percy Jackson and The Olympians, it might be really pleasing to read once again a mythological pentalogy, where a lot of unreal things becomes real!
Here the hero is a former god- Apollo, who has been cast down to Earth as Lester Papadopoulos by his father- God Zeus, as a punishment, after angering his father. Without godly powers, the 4 thousand-year-old deity must learn to survive in the modern world until he can somehow find a way to regain Zeus's favor. He also has to face enemies who love to see the former olympian permenantly destroyed.
You will really think, How it can be real to read? I swear I felt the same way until I read it. The moment we go through the first few pages, the realistic humor and the mystery that get along together becomes a wonder. The book contains a lot of stories of a lot of people and is narrated to us by this former olympian- Apollo. It is so addictive that we will never feel to keep back this book until it gets over.
When I talk about its ending, no doubt, it is a Rick Riordan style ending or to be more precise the author's that special-mysterious ending. Which makes all tempting to directly read the next book.
In all over, when I end this Book Review, I will surely give a 5 star to this amazing part-1. As a reader, it is really worth reading and will never make you bored. The big-beginning of a great serious is mysterious, thrilling, and hilarious too. (in its own way)
If you haven't read this, Then it is suggested to you and you can add them to your must-read section
Hereby we come to the end of the review. Please don't forget to share your review in the comments. Can't wait to know!
By: Archana Soman