Review: The Demigod Files by Rick Riordan

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Title: The Demigod Files
Author: Rick Riordan
Publisher: Hyperion Books
Publication Date: February 10th 2009
Series or Stand Alone: Standalone, but this book is a companion to the Percy Jackson & the Olympian Series.
Format: Hardcover, 151 pages

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How do you handle an encounter
with Medusa on the New Jersey
interstate? What’s the best way to take down a minotaur? Become an expert on everything in Percy’s world with this must-have guide to the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. Complete with
interviews, puzzles, games, and
original short stories by Rick
Riordan.

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If you’ve loved the Percy Jackson Series, and missed the characters so much. You surely don’t want to miss this out. This book- a companion to the said series, set at the time after The Battle of the Layrinth and before the final book- will surely appeal to the fans of Rick’s works. So let’s talk about the contents of this book. It includes a map of Camp-Half Blood, which is good if you really want to visualize what the camp looks like. There are also interviews with some demigods, including the Stoll Brothers. Which will make us feel closer to them. It also features three different short stories of Percy with different demigods, that’s still as dangerous as before. And that will also give us small hints of what will happen to the next book or series. And it also contains informations about the gods, weapons, etc., and games which is a piece of cake, and a sneak peek at The Last Olympian, the last and the final book of the series.

This is good and fun to read because it helps us to know the characters better and to enjoy them more. But the book would be better if more demigods were included to the interview like Thalia, Nico, or Rachel. Because this is their chance to be seen more. And I want more of them. Nevertheless, if you’re an avid fan and wanted to be a half-blood like me. You’ll like this.

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