Percy Jackson Collection 7 Books Set By Rick Riordan - Ages 9+ - Paperback

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The Percy Jackson series, authored by Rick Riordan, is an extraordinary collection of novels that offers a fantastic blend of modern-day situations with ancient Greek mythology. This series transcends the boundaries of mere imagination, bringing gods, monsters, and legendary heroes right into the 21st century.

With the series comprising of five compelling novels - The Lightning Thief, The Sea of Monsters, The Titan's Curse, The Battle of the Labyrinth, and The Last Olympian - readers are pulled into an ever-twisting plot filled with suspense, mystery and an overwhelming sense of adventure. This set also includes two additional books: The Greek Heroes and The Greek Gods. The series appeals to both young and mature audiences, showcasing the complex weave of relationships, emotional growth, and the courage to face one's destiny. Purchase the Percy Jackson collection, now available 

Titles in This Set:

  1. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
  2. Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters
  3. Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse
  4. Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth
  5. Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian
  6. Percy Jackson and the Greek Heroes
  7. Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods

Description from the publisher:


Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
Look, I didn't want to be a half-blood. I never asked to be the son of a Greek god. I was just a normal kid, going to school, playing basketball, skateboarding. The usual. Until I accidentally vaporised my maths teacher. That's when things started really going wrong. Now I spend my time fighting with swords, battling monsters with my friends and generally trying to stay alive. This is the one where Zeus, God of the Sky, thinks I've stolen his lightning bolt - and making Zeus angry is a very bad idea...

Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters
You can't tell by looking at me that my dad is Poseidon, God of the Sea. It's not easy being a half-blood these days. You, mortals, can't even see the monsters we have to fight all the time. So when a game of dodgeball turned into a death match against an ugly gang of cannibal giants, I couldn't exactly ask my gym teacher for help. And that was just for starters. This is the one where Camp Half Blood is under attack, and unless I get my hands on the Golden Fleece, the whole camp will be invaded by monsters. Big ones. Can Percy survive the treacherous Sea of Monsters and restore order to Half-Blood Hill?

Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse
It's the last Friday before the winter holidays, but Percy Jackson isn't at school: he's battling the fearsome Manticore (half human, half lion), which in itself isn't ideal . . . but with Annabeth missing and the goddess of the hunt held captive, things get a whole lot more serious . . . Greek mythology relocated to modern-day America. Action-packed, funny, accessible writing for both boys and girls aged 10+. Perfect for fans of Harry Potter and Artemis Fowl.

Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth
Honestly, blowing up another school was the last thing I wanted to do. As the son of a Greek god, I've had my share of near-death disasters. This summer, I didn't choose to battle the cheerleading squad, but when two hissing she-devils with fangs are heading straight for you, what's a half-blood meant to do? That was just the beginning. This is the one where my arch-enemy, Luke, is looking for a way to invade our camp via an ancient labyrinth. If he succeeds, thousands of bloodthirsty monsters will attack. So it's goodbye sunshine, hello darkness as four of us descends into the terrifying underground and beyond.

Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian
Most people get presents on their sixteenth birthday. I get a prophecy that could save or destroy the world. That's how it is when you're the son of Poseidon, God of the Sea. According to an ancient prophecy, bad things will happen when I turn sixteen - because I'm the one who gets to decide the fate of the entire world. But no pressure. This is the one where Kronos, Lord of the Titans, is beginning his attack on New York City, where Mount Olympus stands virtually unguarded. Oh, and the dreaded (and not to mention enormous) monster Typhon is also heading our way. So it's me and forty of my demigod friends versus untold evil...

Percy Jackson and the Greek Heroes
In this gripping follow-up to Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods, demigod Percy Jackson tells the stories of twelve of the original Greek heroes in all their gory, bloodthirsty glory. Want to know who cut off Medusa's head? Which hero was raised by a she-bear? Who tamed Pegasus, the winged horse? Percy has all the answers . . .

Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods
Who could tell the true stories of the gods and goddesses of Olympus better than the modern-day demigod Percy Jackson? In this action-packed tour of Greek mythology, Percy gives his hilarious personal views on the feuds, fights and love affairs of the Olympians. Want to know how Zeus came to be the top god? How many times did Kronos eat one of his own kids? How did Athena literally burst out of another god's head? It's all here in black and white

About the Author:

Born on June 5, 1964, in San Antonio, Texas, Richard Russell "Rick" Riordan Jr. has become one of the most notable figures in childrens literature. With a unique ability to breathe new life into ancient myths, Riordan's works often blend heart-pounding adventures with educational undertones, making the past relevant for modern-day readers.

From a young age, Rick was captivated by stories. This early fascination paved the way for his academic pursuits. He attended Alamo Heights High School and, later, the University of Texas at Austin, where he double-majored in English and History. It is evident that his education deeply influenced his future works, where history, particularly ancient mythology, plays a pivotal role.

Before Rick Riordan became a household name in the literary world, he was shaping young minds as a teacher. For over a decade, Riordan taught English and Social Studies in various schools. This experience was instrumental in understanding his young audience, allowing him to craft characters and narratives that resonated with them.

Riordan's foray into writing began with adult mystery novels, primarily the Tres Navarre series. However, it was a bedtime story for his son, who had been diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia, that catapulted Riordan into the limelight. This story became the foundation for The Lightning Thief, the first book in the immensely popular Percy Jackson & The Olympians series.

One of Rick Riordans standout traits is his commitment to inclusivity. His books feature characters from diverse backgrounds, abilities, and orientations. By integrating characters with ADHD, dyslexia, or from the LGBTQ+ community, Riordan makes a profound statement about representation, ensuring every reader finds a character they can relate to.

The Percy Jackson series, authored by Rick Riordan, is an extraordinary collection of novels that offers a fantastic blend of modern-day situations with ancient Greek mythology. This series transcends the boundaries of mere imagination, bringing gods, monsters, and legendary heroes right into the 21st century. With theThe Percy Jackson series, authored by Rick Riordan, is an extraordinary collection of novels that offers a fantastic blend of modern-day situations with ancient Greek mythology. This series transcends the boundaries of mere imagination, bringing gods, monsters, and legendary heroes right into the 21st century. With the