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Percy Jackson: The Demigod Files
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Percy Jackson: The Demigod Files [Format Kindle]

Rick Riordan
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Funny and fast-paced . . . Percy is a hero that every kid will want to emulate (Sunday Express)

Funny . . . very exciting . . . but it's the storytelling that will get readers hooked. After all, this is the stuff of legends (Guardian)

Présentation de l'éditeur

The perfect companion to this megaselling series - essential reading for all young demigods!

In these top-secret files, Rick Riordan, Camp Half-Blood's senior scribe, gives you an inside look at the world of demigods that NO regular human child is allowed to see.

These highly classified archives include three of Percy Jackson's most perilous adventures, a Spotter's Guide to Monsters, a Who's Who in Greek mythology, Percy's Summer Camp report and much more.

So, if you're armed with this book, you'll have everything you need to know to keep you alive in your training. Your own adventures have just begun . . .

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 3684 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 176 pages
  • Editeur : Puffin (7 janvier 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0033806MI
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.3 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 le monde de percy jackson 29 janvier 2014
Par Sabrina
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plonger dans le monde de Percy Jackson avec bonheur, avec en bonus des histoires supplémentaires écrits par Rick Riordan !
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not that good that The Olympians 19 octobre 2012
Par chrislg
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The book gathered 3 mini stories and they're not as "thriving" as the first serie of "The Olympians". It is linked with the first serie but not directly.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Interessant 9 septembre 2014
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Un must pour qui suit la série Percy Jackson.
Un bon niveau d'anglais est quand même requis pour une bonne compréhension des nouvelles.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Icarus Is Officially Over The Ocean 17 février 2009
Par S. Stevenson - Publié sur
All right. I will admit that I actually forgot that THE DEMIGOD FILES was coming out in February. I had added it to my wish list some time ago, and since I was in the bookstore today poking around, I was insanely happy and surprised to find it on the shelf. And of course I snatched it up. And then finished reading it a couple hours later. At first, reading the back, and then flipping through I thought that the book was going to contain stuff that I had already read from the previous PERCY JACKSON AND THE OLYMPIANS books, but I was even happier to discover that everything in the book was new: everything from maps, to "interviews" with the characters, to profiles of main characters, a sneak peek at the last PERCY JACKSON book: THE LAST OLYMPIAN, and the three wonderful short stories about Percy Jackson & Co. that really end up being the highlight of this offering from Rick Riordan.

The interviews are somewhat funny and have some interesting little tidbits -- and I'm sure Riordan had a blast working out the different questions to go along with each character interviewed: the Stoll Brothers, Annabeth, Percy, and a couple others. And the map was great to analyze to -- It was interesting to see where Riordan puts things versus the image in my own mind. Also of interest are the full color pages that have sparsely-detailed profiles of the main characters. They're nice looking -- but stuck oddly in the middle of the last of the three shorts, which I'll get to those in a second. There's also a crossword puzzle and a word search, containing facts and tidbits from the books. (The answers to both are just a couple of pages later, so don't feel too frustrated if you can't figure them out.)

The three short stories are the definite highlight of this volume, which definitely should be read after THE BATTLE FOR THE LABYRINTH. There are a few small references to events that have happened in all four books that would be missed by a casual reader trying to jump into the middle of the series. The stories include: "Percy Jackson and the Stolen Chariot," "Percy Jackson and the Bronze Dragon," and my favorite of the three: "Percy Jackson and the Sword of Hades." The stories are brand new adventures in the life of Percy, and they definitely brought back wonderful memories of reading through the first four books. "Stolen Chariot" is the weakest of the three, an adventure with Percy and Clarisse going after a stolen chariot. The whole thing is exciting, but definitely not up to the par of the other two.

"Bronze Dragon" starts to get things really rolling -- centering on a story with Beckendorf from the Hephaestus cabin. This is where Riordan pulls out some more of what he does best: presenting small bits of mystery surrounded by action. He even throws in a clever twist near the end that definitely made me smirk. But as good as "Bronze Dragon" is, it doesn't hold a candle to the amazing short, "Sword of Hades." I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. It's the longest of the three, coming in around fifty pages, while the other two average about thirty each. And this story definitely starts to build on the overall story arch of the series, elements of which I'm sure will be included in the final Percy Jackson book. There are plenty of surprises and a few familiar faces that I was so excited to see again. And this one doesn't stop until the last second leaving some very interesting questions left to stew when it's done.

Finally, there's a short snippet from the final book, which really doesn't tell us anything except introduce another one of Riordan's signature moves: introduce a story or piece of information without giving us hardly any details, and then interrupting it suddenly with some plot event. But the little tidbit he does show us, makes me wonder what exactly he has up his sleeve for one of the characters... who never quite seemed what they appeared to be on the surface when first introduced.

Overall -- this is a great addition to the series for fans, and hopefully it might bring in some new readers. It's definitely worth picking up just for "Percy Jackson and the Sword of Hades," but the other selections make for fun reading too. (Definitely, this addendum will go down a lot better than Rowling's attempt at something similar with her TALES OF BEEDLE THE BARD.)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Looks like a hasty money maker 18 février 2009
Par carb101 - Publié sur
My girls and I love the Percy Jackson books, and we purchased this one the first day it was released. It contains three short stories, interviews with some of the kids, a map of camp, an illustration of Annabeth's trunk (so that demigod readers will know what to pack), and an excerpt from the next book. The stories ring true to the books, but the interviews are poorly written - they just don't have the right voices for the kids. There are probably eight illustrations, which are lovely and in color, but inaccurate, which very much disappointed us. To check ourselves, we looked back to the first books where the characters' appearances are described. Annabeth has curly hair and grey eyes, but not in the illustration. Chiron is balding with a wispy beard; here he has twice the hair of most men. Of course I could be wrong, but the book looks to me like the author wrote the short stories, and someone else slapped the rest together. Still enjoyable for the Percy Jackson fan, but wait until you can pay half price.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a gift to fans 21 mars 2010
Par audrey - Publié sur
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Personally, I was excited to see something interesting while I waited for the 5th Percy Jackson book to come out, but I'm also fairly cynical about what to expect. This inexpensive volume was a pleasant surprise, with three decent short stories, goofy interviews with characters, a map of Camp Half-Blood, a color insert section with pictures and profiles of the main characters, a crossword puzzle, word search and chart of the Olympian gods. I thought this was a fun treasure trove of odd materials -- quite interesting and enjoyable.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My Son Finished the Book 28 avril 2010
Par Lisa aka - Publié sur
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(Dictated by my 9-year old son). The Demigod Files is one of the best books about Greek Mythology. It has three exciting adventures and there are interviews with people like Percy and Grover. I thought it was better than the Titan's Curse, the Sea of Monsters, and Battle of the Labyrinth. However, the Lightening Thief and the Last Olympian are still better. I recommend people to buy this book especially if your Family member pays for it! It was a good value.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 funny review 22 mai 2010
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
Thsi is a really good informational sidebook (side book meaning not actually part of the series but unraveling the story even farther than the actual stories go). All in all a funny book.
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