The trouble starts when Apollo introduces Percy and his friend Grover the satyr to the Chryseae Celedones. Three golden women--living statues--appear in front of them, and sing one blissful chord. Apollo has a concert tonight at Mount Olympus, and he needs the Celedones as his backup singers. But there should be a quartet, not a trio--one of the singers has gone rogue. It's up to Percy and Grover to find the missing Celedon somewhere in New York City before she causes any problems. Capturing an attention-seeking automaton in a crowd of mortals is going to require some cagey thinking. Will Percy and Grover succeed, or hit a sour note?...
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Percy Jackson and the Singer of Apollo (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #5.5) Reviews
Percy and Grover, how I've missed you ',
Short story pretty good.
Short and fun. Perfect for a Percy fix in between reads.
Also. Grover. I missed grover!
You just never know
Percy Jackson can have a kinds of crazy adventures in the most unsuspecting times. Happy birthday Grover, hope you get the enchiladas!
Just discovered this! A cute little story that makes me want to jump right back into the Percy Jackson series, so glad I stumbled across this!
Basically, this is just like all the other short stories that Riordan wrote in the past; it's fun, easy to read and it feels like a short or minisode. I just hope that one day this might be placed in a re-released version of Demigod Diaries. Also, this would've been a perfect bonus addition to the first Trials of Apollo book.
Very good short story - gotta love how completely oblivious Apollo is and Percy's level of sarcasm! I simply love all Rick Riordan's books!
Not my favorite of the Percy Jackson stories, but it is an enjoyable story nonetheless.