The Burning MazeeBook - 2018
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CRRLKids Nov 21, 2018
The Greek god Apollo, cast down to earth as the ungifted human teenager Lester Papadopoulos, and his demigod friends must go through the Labyrinth to find the third emperor - and an Oracle who speaks in word puzzles - somewhere in the American Southwest.
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"NOW THE VILE ROGUE APOLLO SHALT REMOVE ME FROM THIS MONSTER'S EYE POSTHATE! Oh dear. I had done what I'd always feared, and sometimes dreamed of. I had mistakenly used the Arrow of Dodona in combat."
Behind [Meda], Crest strummed a suspended fourth on the ukulele. Meda, who had apparently forgotten about him, almost leaped into the lava.
"Don't let either of us tell you what to do. Make up your own mind. " -Piper
"The creator's daughter has spoken!" cried a Melia.
"Daughter of two creators!" said another.
"Wise solver of puzzles!"
That left the last two with little to add, so they muttered, "Yep. The Meg. Yep."
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Power makes good people uneasy rather than joyful or boastful. That's why good people so rarely rise to power.
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