Trials of Apollo book two-The Dark Prophecy

By: Rick Riordan

Have you ever thought where you would see people battling monsters? Or image them? Well if you have, this is the right book for you. Despite the fighting of this book, there are some “friendship” in the book. I would recommend this book to someone who enjoys Greek mythology.

Apollo, the son of Zeus, is still stranded on Earth. He who made friends already started on an adventure while Commodus, the evil dictator, controlled the places that Apollo want to visit. Apollo started an adventure on his own. He even has to battle monsters! Can Apollo survive this terrifying army of Commodus or will he be destroyed by Commodus before his godly hood comes back to him again?

This book reminds me of when I’m on the computer, I searched up Greek Mythology and there’s a photo of Apollo’s statue. This also reminds me of the World History book. In the book, there is a chapter/page naming the important Greek gods. The main character, Apollo, reminds me of one of my friend. Apollo is someone who cares about other’s ideas and respects them, just like my friend, he never really rejects other people’s ideas and care about other people. What Apollo is thinking reminds me of my brother. Every time, he always thinks of a new way to succeed. Just like Apollo. Apollo keeps thinking how he can defeat Commodus and his army.

I would rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars. This is a book that I should have already known existed. This is one of the best books I ever read. I would recommend this book to whoever is 10 and up. I would also recommend this book to someone who likes only a little bit of action and fighting. You might also fall in love with Greek mythology after you read this book!!!!

By: Ryan T.

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