The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 3)

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When the goddess Artemis goes missing, she is believed to have been kidnapped. And now it's up to Percy and his friends to find out what happened. Who is powerful enough to kidnap a goddess? They must find Artemis before the winter solstice, when her influence on the Olympian Council could swing an important vote on the war with the titans. Not only that, but first Percy will have to solve the mystery of a rare monster that Artemis was hunting when she disappeared-a monster rumored to be so powerful it could destroy Olympus forever.

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Hardcover, 304 pages
ISBN-10: 0141382899
ISBN-13: 9780141382890
170 Book Reviews
  • pinkcat3
    pinkcat35 months44 stars
    This was a fantastic book! Although it doesn't have as much action as the other books in the series, you should definitely read it if you have read the other two books. I would recommend it for ages 10+.
    • plmoknijbuhvygc
      plmoknijbuhvygc6 months55 stars
      This book is about Greek mythology and it's the third book of the first series of Rick Riordan's books. Percy had to find Kronos' (Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades.) army. Poseidon is Percy's Father and they barely meet each other.
      • solace17
        solace177 months55 stars
        I love this book. It is personally my favorite out of all the Percy Jackson books. This is the third book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians books.
        • lofi_dragon
          lofi_dragon7 months55 starsFeatured
          Percy Jackson, son of Poseidon, Annabeth Chase, daughter of Athena, and Thalia Grace, daughter of Zeus, are sent to find two extremely powerful half-bloods in a military school. While trying to escort them to Camp Half-Blood, a manticore appears and ruins their plans. The iconic Hunters of Artemis come to their rescue, and the older of the two half-bloods, Bianca, decides to join them. While Kronos' army starts to build, a new prophecy arises. One that stated that the moon goddess, Artemis, is in danger, both campers and Hunters must unite. I feel that this, out of all five books, was the best. It stands out on its own. It really has depth to it, and I almost cried once or twice. But Percy, Annabeth, and Thalia have to get through it, otherwise the planet will be destroyed. New characters rise and fall, and the whole book is one big roller-coaster ride. This fantasy-mystery book will keep everyone hooked, even the mysterious General.
          • sreadergirl
            sreadergirlover 1 year55 stars
            I've read the whole PJO series, the whole HoO series, and I'm on Trials of Apollo. I love all of Rick Riordans work, its amazing. PJO and HoO are both one of my fav book series. ToA is good but i liked PJO and HoO better.
            • legend_dreamer
              legend_dreamerabout 1 year55 stars
              I finished Percy Jackson, Heroes of Olympus and finished the Trials Of Apollo too Just finished Magnus's chase ship of the dead I love Rick Riordan's books can stop rereading them! #TeamPercy
            • jususehi-161720596036
              jususehi-161720596036over 1 year55 stars
              Percy Jackson and the Titans Curse by Rick Riodan is about Percy Jackson’s adventures. Annabeth Percy’s friend from camp who was going to die on winter solstice untal Artemis was captured. She saved Annabeth when she was being crushed by the sky. Artemis pulled Annabeth out from under the sky then went under the sky. Who was powerful enough to capture a goddess? How did the Earth and the sky start fighting? At a school Grover found two kids of Hades the god of the Underworld. Artemis was hunting a rare monster that could destroy Olympus forever. You'd like it because if like to read mysteries and books with monsters in it. To learn more, read the book.
              • itsagoodday21
                itsagoodday21over 1 year55 stars
                Super suspenseful and awesome!!
                • unipug2
                  unipug2over 1 year55 stars
                  Love the series! I'm on the third book! Percy Jackson is the best series ever. Can't wait to take an AR test. Do you like Percy Jackson books? I do!I wish I was as brave as Percy. I like how he is turned into a Guinea pig!!! I think that the really scary parts are when his friends are in trouble.I like Greek mythology, creatures, gods, goddesses, and more!Happy New Year! So, I really like this character I looked up 20 secrets about. His middle name is Atticus. Hints: he has a younger brother. Child of Hermes. Brown hair if you thought Luke. Prankster. Made a rivalry with Demeter cabin with the help of his bro. Head counselor of cabin 11. Guess1 t Tell ya in the corona vaccine articles.
                  • will_solaceover 1 year
                    This was definitely my favorite book because Nico di Angelo made a huge difference to the series and is one of the most powerful demigods of all time. I love this series and have read all the books, the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series is great for all ages and is based off of true greek mythology stories.
                    • gold3nglare
                      gold3nglareover 1 year55 stars
                      I love this series. Good for grade 3-7.