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5 Books for the Percy Jackson Fan
Have you read all of the Percy Jackson books? Can't get enough classical mythology? Then check out some of these books:
- Anatopsis by Chris Abouzeid
- In the realm from which the Greek gods ruled the universe thousands of years ago, the immortal witch Anatopsis uncovers the true objectives of her demi-god tutor Mr. Pound and attempts to prevent him from carrying out his evil plans.
- Dusssie by Nancy Springer
- At age thirteen Dusie makes the horrifying discovery that she, like her New York artist mother, is a Gorgon--a Greek mythological monster sprouting snakes from her head and capable of turning humans into stone with one angry look.
- Who knew mythology could be this fun? Explore this series of four books to find out what Apollo's online profile would look like and what Aphrodite would say if she had her own blog. You'll never look at greek heros the same way.
- The Pig Scrolls by Paul Shipton
- A translation of an ancient Greek manuscript written by Gryllus, a talking pig who was once a man, which describes the many adventures that he and his companions--a junior prophetess named Sybil and a bumbling goatherd--experience while traveling to Delphi to try to prevent the universe from coming to an end.
- Runemarks by Joanne Harris
- Maddy Smith, who bears the mysterious mark of a rune on her hand, learns that she is destined to join the gods of Norse mythology and play a role in the fate of the world.