• Which Rick Riordan series do you like best?

    Posted by Jennifer Ironside, 4 years ago

    I've read the "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" series, and the first book of "The Heroes of Mount Olympus" but none of Rick Riordan's other series such as The Kane Chronicles or 39 Clues. Would you recommend them? Which series do you like the best?

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      Which is your Favourite Rick Riordan Series

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  • 4 years ago

    I really like The Kane Chronicles (though not as much as Percy Jackson) because it's extremely funny, at least to me. There's sibling banter and, especially with Sadie, a lot of sarcasm. You also learn about Egyptian mythology. If you're interested in that, I'd recommend it.

    I haven't read The 39 Clues, though that's probably because I don't like series that have more than 8 books. And it's not all by Rick. I think he writes a couple of the books.

    And as for Tres Navarre, it's an adult series. I don't really have any interest in reading it despite the fact that I am an adult. I've read the synopsis and it didn't draw me in like Rick's other series did.

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  • 4 years ago

    I've read all of his series thus far except Tres Navarre. The ones I have read I have to say I've loved them all. The Percy Jackson and the 39 clues series being the top on my list then The Krane Chronicles.

    What I liked about the 39 clues,even though they weren't all written by him, they were well done, and also they incorporate actual historic facts and tidbits which I like, as I'm bit of a history buff. But even if you're not it's not overly complex or filled with them.

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