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Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 174,233 Ratings and 8,814 Reviews

Book Description
Los mestizos han dedicado mucho tiempo a prepararse para la batalla decisiva contra los Titanes, aunque saben que sus posibilidades de obtener la victoria son mínimas. El ejército de Cronos es ahora más formidable que nunca y, con cada dios y cada mestizo que logra reclutar, aumentan los poderes del maligno titán.
Tras fracasar en un primer intento de detener en alta mar las arrolladoras... More
Book Information
BindingPaperback (38 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages361
Publication Date--
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12/13/2011 Alyssa Rixe

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9/21/2010 Peni Griffin said: This ending pleases me. No Chosen One nonsense here (unlike in the movie, which sux).
tags: I read

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7/17/2010 Norman Grock tagged as: I read

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3/17/2010 Nivi Engineer said: Loved the book. Loved the series. Well written, loved the tie-in with Greek Mythology.
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2/12/2010 Jim Nicosia said: What I always hoped Harry Potter books would evolve into-- great writing, great pacing, thorough characterization and believable twists.

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10/6/2009 Christie Hirst

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