Our mega guide to all Rick Riordan books – from Percy Jackson to the Trials of Apollo

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Rick Riordan’s books bring ancient mythology into the lives of his modern-day teenage characters. The books take their readers on incredible journeys where ordinary kids meet legendary gods and monsters.

I’m a huge fan of the kind of book series which hooks children into a narrative world so that they will eagerly move onto reading further books in the series! These kind of books create huge enthusiasm for reading in our home. I hope they can do the same in yours too!

Riordan is a prolific writer, and so I’m cramming everything you need to know about all of Rick Riordan’s books in one article! Hold on to your hats, this could be an epic adventure of a blog post!

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A QUICK OVERVIEW of the epic Rick Riordan books list!

This article’s main focus is on the books which are part of the Percy Jackson narrative world. However, other books by Riordan are also noted at the end of this overview.

Series and Book TitleApprox. age range US coverUK cover
Prices and availability

Percy Jackson and the Olympians Book 1: The Lightning Thief


9+

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians Book 2: The Sea of Monsters

9+

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians Book 3: The Titan's Curse

9+

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians Book 4: The Battle of the Labyrinth

9+

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians Book 5: The Last Olympian

10+

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians graphic novels.



Books 1-5 of the series are all available as graphic novels.
9+

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The Demigod Files


10+

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Camp Half-Blood Confidential

9+

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Percy Jackson's Greek Gods


10+

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Percy Jackson's Greek Heroes

10+

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The Heroes of Olympus Book 1: The Lost Hero




Also available as a graphic novel

10+

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The Heroes of Olympus Book 2: The Son of Neptune



Also available as a graphic novel



10+

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The Heroes of Olympus Book 3: The Mark of Athena


10+

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The Heroes of Olympus Book 4: The House of Hades

10+

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The Heroes of Olympus Book 5: The Blood of Olympus


10+

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The Demigod Diaries


10+

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The Kane Chronicles: Book 1: The Red Pyramid


10+

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The Kane Chronicles: Book 2: The Throne of Fire

10+

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The Kane Chronicles: Book 3: The Serpent’s Shadow



The Kane Chronicles trilogy is also available as graphic novels

10+

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Brooklyn House Magician’s Manual


10+

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Demigods & Magicians


9+

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Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard Book 1: The Sword of Summer

10+

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Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard Book 2: The Hammer of Thor


10+

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Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard Book 3: The Ship of the Dead

10+

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Hotel Valhalla Guide to the Norse Worlds


10+

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9 from the Nine Worlds


10+

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The Trials of Apollo Book 1: The Hidden Oracle


9+

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The Trials of Apollo Book 2: The Dark Prophecy

10+

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The Trials of Apollo Book 3: The Burning Maze


10+

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The Trials of Apollo Book 4: The Tyrant’s Tomb


10+

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Upcoming for 2020:

Camp Jupiter Classified: A Probatio's Journal


10+

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Other books by Rick Riordan:

The Maze of Bones - Book One of The 39 Clues


9+

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Other books by Rick Riordan:

The Tres Navarre series of 7 books

Adult fiction

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Other books by Rick Riordan:

Cold Springs

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About Rick Riordan – and why we are fans

The Percy Jackson author writes fictions not only about Greek but also Roman, Egyptian and Norse mythology. Riordan ties all these worlds together in a connected story world.

My son has been reading Percy Jackson books by Rick Riordan since the age of nine. The books are exciting and funny. They also inspire him to find out more about the classic Greek legends that suddenly collide with Percy’s life.

As the ever-growing Rick Riordan books series grows it’s characters and themes mature too. This makes it perfect for young readers who can start with the Percy Jackson books and move on to the further spin-offs as they get older.

My son is now a few years older than when he first picked up a Percy Jackson book, but he still looks forward to the release of new books by Rick Riordan.

We love the way that the books draw on exciting stories and characters from ancient mythology; such as the fearsome Medusa and the terrifying sea monster Scylla.

We also really like the way that Riordan integrates the mythology of different cultures into one huge story world. It’s fun and rewarding to long-term readers that characters can move across the different books and support each other.

The way in which Riordan writes an expansive universe of characters that are so different and yet all connected is creative and immersive. The love that young readers show towards the characters can be seen in the huge amounts of fan art and fan fiction which is shared.

While developing a large cast of unique young people Riordan also writes characters with a diversity of race, gender, sexuality, religion and disabilities. This means more young people can find representation like themselves in these stories.

Age range for Rick Riordan’s books

Children and young adults who are interested in mythology and who love action and adventure, as well as great character development will love Riordan’s children’s books.

While the Percy Jackson books reading level is 9 plus, the further chronicles and book series develop in maturity and interest level, so that readers can continue to enjoy the series as they get older.

If you want to find out all about the Rick Riordan book series and approximate age recommendations for each book, check out our full guide below.

This list of Rick Riordan books includes Rick Riordan’s new book from The Trials of Apollo series. Plus we answer many important questions including how many books are in the Percy Jackson series?

Rick Riordan books in order

The Percy Jackson series

Detail from The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson 3rd book) cover art - boy in a heroic pose on a winged horse - from Percy Jackson complete series

Onwards to the list of books! (Detail from The Titan’s Curse book cover)

We start our bumper Rick Riordan book list by answering that all-important question.

Q. How many Percy Jackson books are there?

A. Five.

There are five books in The Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.

These five books are the first mythology series by Riordan. If you are looking for a Rick Riordan book reading order these are the place to start. 

Percy Jackson also plays a role in many of the following books and helps tie together the overall narrative of the growing series of chronicles.

So what is the first Percy Jackson book? Let’s get started on our list of Percy Jackson books.

The very first of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians books is Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief.

Percy Jackson Books in order

Percy Jackson and The Lightning Thief

The Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief book is an exhilarating start to the series and introduces the first series of Rick Riordan Greek gods books. Twelve-year-old Percy is struggling at school, can’t stand his sleazy stepfather Gabe, and loves his Mum, Sally Jackson.

The Percy Jackson first book is written from Percy’s perspective. The book throws the reader right into the action with Percy, as startling events begin to occur around him.

On a school trip, Percy’s teacher Mr Brunner retells the story of Zeus defeating the Titan, Kronos. At this point this story is no more than a fascinating myth to Percy, but it is part of the growing narrative that will take over his life and span further adventurous books.

Cover art from Percy Jackson the Lightning Thief book

Detail from Percy Jackson & the Lightning Thief cover

Later, Percy is attacked by a maths teacher – who turns out to be a Fury. Percy doesn’t yet know that Mr Brunner is a centaur, his best friend Grover is a satyr and that he himself is a demigod.

After Percy’s mother is attacked by the Minotaur, Percy arrives at Camp Half-Blood where he meets other demigods including Annabeth Chase, a daughter of Athena.

But it’s only when it is revealed that Zeus’s lightning rods have been stolen that the adventure really begins. Percy, Annabeth and Grover set off on a quest to retrieve them and quell Zeus’s anger.

Approximate age range: 9+

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Percy Jackson and The Sea of Monsters

The next book of the Percy Jackson series in order sees Camp Half-Blood under attack and threatened. The power of the tree of Thalia that protects the camp is failing.

Percy learns that he has a half-brother, Tyson, who is also a son of Poseidon. After Grover goes missing, Percy sets out with Annabeth and Tyson to rescue his friend, find the Golden Fleece and heal Thalia’s tree. In The Sea of Monsters Percy has to face an old friend who has become an enemy as well as new monsters too.

Approximate age range: 9+

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Percy Jackson and The Titan’s Curse

As the Percy Jackson novels progress, more characters join the action to support Percy. In the third book of the Percy Jackson book series, Grover locates demigods Nico and Bianca to join the population of Camp Half-Blood.

More trouble is stirring as the Titan Kronos plots to create more danger for the demigods. And to make matters worse the goddess Artemis, who has been tracking a new threat is missing.

Approximate age range: 9+

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Percy Jackson and The Battle of the Labyrinth

The fourth Percy Jackson book sees the growing threat of war between the gods and the Titans reaching a crisis point.

Percy and Annabeth discover the Labyrinth which could be a route for the invasion of Camp Half-Blood. They must go on a quest to destroy the Labyrinth and secure the protection of the camp.

Approximate age range: 9+

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Percy Jackson and The Last Olympian

Percy is now nearly 16 years old and has faced many battles and adventures. The final book of this five-book series reaches a climax connected to a prophecy that has followed Percy throughout his youth.

As Kronos’s Titan army advances on New York to attack Mount Olympus, the demigods make a final stand with the Olympians.

Approximate age range: 10+

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And check out the Percy Jackson box set of the five-book-series.

Detail from Percy Jackson the Last Olympian cover art

Detail from Percy Jackson and The Last Olympian cover

The Rick Riordan Percy Jackson Books 1-5 are all also available in graphic novel format.

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Additional Percy Jackson titles

The Demigod Files

This additional title complements the Percy Jackson & The Olympians books. The Demigod Files provides three extra Percy Jackson adventures, interviews with campers and a letter from Rick Riordan.

The stories which add to the Lightning Thief series include “Percy Jackson and the Stolen Chariot”, “Percy Jackson and the Bronze Dragon” and “Percy Jackson and the Sword of Hades”.

Approximate age range: 10+

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Camp Half-Blood Confidential

With an introduction from Chiron (aka Mr Brunner), and details from Percy and other residents, this guide book to Camp Half-Blood provides all the information that a new arrival at the camp needs to get settled in.

Approximate age range: 9+

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Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods 

and Percy Jackson and the Greek Heroes

In these books, Percy Jackson retells the stories of the Greek gods and the Greek Heroes in his own unique and humorous style.

Other additional books that support the series include Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Ultimate Guide and The Percy Jackson Colouring Book.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Heroes of Olympus series

In the Rick Riordan Heroes of Olympus series, the epic clashes of demigods and monsters continue. However, in this series, Riordan expands the Percy Jackson world to include Roman deities, myths, legends and demigods!

The broadening of the range of central characters in the narrative brings different perspectives, with the focus shifting to different characters throughout the series.

The Lost Hero

In Rick Riordan’s The Lost Hero, Jason, Piper and Leo are introduced to the world of Camp Half-Blood when they discover they are demigods. Jason has lost his memory and it is eventually revealed that he has spent time at Camp Jupiter – a Roman camp of demigods.

The three heroes set off on a quest to rescue Piper’s father from a giant, while a conflict is growing between the Olympians and Gaia – the mother of giants. The occupants of Camp Half-Blood look to Camp Jupiter for support in this conflict, while also attempting to locate the missing demigod Percy Jackson.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Son of Neptune

The second Heroes of Olympus book finds Percy Jackson also suffering from memory loss and having made his way to Camp Jupiter. The book further explores the mirroring of the world of the Greek gods by the more war-like Roman gods.

Percy’s quests take him to Alaska with new friends Hazel and Frank who are Roman demigods.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Mark of Athena

This book brings together Annabeth, Percy, Leo, Jason, Piper, Frank and Hazel. The Roman and Greek demigods must work together as the threat of Gaia and her giants grow.

But there is a history of conflict between the Roman and Greek gods. In order to unite the sides, the heroes must first complete a quest to retrieve the Athena Parthenos.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The House of Hades

In Rick Riordan’s House of Hades Annabeth and Percy have to find a way to escape the Underworld. Meanwhile, the other demigods have a hard choice to make.

They must journey to Greece to close the Doors of Death so that Gaia’s army cannot be reborn, which could leave Percy and Annabeth stranded in the Underworld forever.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Blood of Olympus

While there is still no peace between Camp Jupiter and Camp Half-Blood, the seven demigods from both sides persevere to prevent bloodshed and to prevent Gaia rising.

The conclusion to The Heroes of Olympus series is dramatic and compelling.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Lost Hero and The Son of Neptune are also available as graphic novels.

Additional Heroes of Olympus titles

The Demigod Diaries

This is a collection of short stories focussing on different demigods from Percy Jackson’s world.

It includes a story about Leo, plus a story from the perspective of Luke, set before the events of the Percy Jackson series when he changes his allegiance. Rick Riordan’s son Haley Riordan, also contributes a demigod story.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Kane Chronicles series

Rick Riordan’s Kane series explores Egyptian mythology in this trilogy featuring brother and sister Sadie and Carter Kane.

The Kane Chronicles series is set within the same world as Percy Jackson’s and is narrated in turn by the siblings. Riordan again brings great humour to the voices of young characters.

The Red Pyramid

Sadie and Carter have grown up separately and have been reunited by their father who is an egyptologist. When their father’s experiment goes badly wrong at The British Museum and he is banished by Set, the siblings find themselves in the midst of a mythical adventure.

They learn that their family are descended from the pharaohs and are part of a community of magicians. Carter and Sadie also find out that they host the Egyptian gods Horus and Isis. The Red Pyramid has long been one of the favourite books about magic in our home.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Throne of Fire

The Kanes have worked on honing their power and learning how to control magic at Brooklyn House. But the young magicians face further danger and a huge challenge as the chaos snake Apophis threatens to break free and end the world.

The brother and sister must stop Apophis. They plan to bring forth the sun god Ra by using more powerful magic than they are ready for. But first, they have to locate the three sections of the Book of Ra and find out where Ra actually is.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Serpent’s Shadow

Carter and Sadie Kane face their greatest challenge yet to restore Ma’at and stop Apophis. There is only one way to save the day, and it’s going to be extremely dangerous for the brother and sister.

Approximate age range: 10+

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Each book of the Kane trilogy is also available in graphic novel format.

Additional Kane titles

Brooklyn House Magician’s Manual

This survival guide to joining the community of Brooklyn House provides resources for coping with life among Egyptian gods and magicians. Initiates can read guidelines from characters like the Kane siblings and their friends, including a few of the gods themselves.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Percy Jackson and Kane Chronicles Adventures

Demigods and Magicians

This collection of short stories brings demigods Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase together with magicians Carter and Sadie Kane. The four young heroes take on more mythological monsters in an amazing team-up.

The collection includes Rick Riordan’s “The Son of Sobek”, “The Staff of Serapis” and “The Crown of Ptolemy”.

Approximate age range: 9+

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The Magnus Chase series

The Rick Riordan Magnus Chase series brings Norse mythology into the growing myth-inspired world that began with Percy Jackson.

I find Norse myths fascinating and the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard books are the Riordan books I love the most.

Magnus Chase and The Sword of Summer

Rick Riordan’s Sword of Summer introduces a new set of characters and of course gods and monsters too. Magnus is sixteen years old, has been living on the streets, and his adventures begin the day he dies. 

When his uncle Randolph leads Magnus Chase to find the Sword of Summer he is attacked by the fire giant Surt with fatal consequences. After his death, Magnus wakes in Hotel Valhalla, having been brought there by Sam (Samirah), a Valkyrie.

Detail from cover art - Magnus Chase book 1 - The Sword of Summer

Detail from the cover of Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer

Magnus finds out that he is the son of the Norse god Frey, and is now one of the honourable dead (or einherjar) who will fight alongside the gods at the end of the world – Ragnarok. But in the meantime imminent danger is on hand as the bindings of the great wolf Fenris threaten to break.

Magnus sets out to rebind Fenris with the help of his friends, Hearth, Blitz and Sam. Along the way he discovers the amazing qualities of his friends and that Thor is nothing like he is in the movies!

Approximate age range: 10+

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Magnus Chase and The Hammer of Thor

Rick Riordan’s Norse series continues in book two of the Magnus Chase trilogy. Thor’s hammer is missing and Magnus must work with his friends to recover it.

In the meantime he meets Alex, who is genderfluid and has recently joined the warriors of the honourable dead at Hotel Valhalla. Riordan has been praised for his representation of LGBTQ characters in his novels including Alex Fierro and Nico Di Angelo.

Like Sam, Alex is a child of Loki. In The Hammer of Thor, Loki becomes a greater threat and attempts to manipulate Magnus and his friend to increase his power.

Approximate age range: 10+

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Magnus Chase and The Ship of the Dead

Rick Riordan’s Magnus Chase series continues in the third books of the trilogy. The novel opens with a guest appearance from Percy Jackson and Magnus’s cousin – Annabeth Chase.

Loki and his followers plan to trigger Ragnarok. Magnus must travel with his friends and fellow einherjar to find Kvasir’s mead to give him a chance to defeat Loki at a flyting.

Throughout their adventure Sam fasts during Ramadan. Their journey takes them to York in the UK, where Alex uses her pottery skills to defeat a giant. They then must travel on to Flåm in Norway to recover the mead. Finally, they face Loki and his armies.

Approximate age range: 10+

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Additional Magnus Chase books

Hotel Valhalla Guide to the Norse Worlds

This fun guide for occupants of Hotel Valhalla answers the questions all new einherjar will have about their future home, so that hotel manager Helgi won’t have to.

Approximate age range: 10+

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9 from the Nine Worlds

In Norse mythology the nine worlds – Asgard, Midgard, Nidavellir, Alfheim, Jotunheim, Helheim, Niflheim, Vanaheim and Muspellheim are connected by the World Tree – Yggdrasil. The nine stories in this collection are voiced by characters from the Magnus Chase series and take part in each of the nine worlds.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Trials of Apollo series

Detail from cover art of first Rick Riordan Apollo book - for Rick Riordan all books article including Rick Riordan books 2019

Detail from the cover of The Hidden Oracle, the first book in The Trials of Apollo series

The Trials of Apollo books follow the adventures of the fallen god Apollo. Having angered his father Zeus, Apollo is banished to earth to live as a human.

The Hidden Oracle

When Apollo finds himself in a dumpster and in danger from muggers, he is helped by two demigods – Percy Jackson and Meg McCaffrey – to reach safety at Camp Half-Blood.

While Apollo is trying to adjust to life as teenage Lester Papadopoulos, the residents of Camp Half-Blood have other worries. Demigods are going missing and the Oracle of Delphi is unable to foresee the future.

Approximate age range: 9+

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The Dark Prophecy

In The Trials of Apollo Book 2, Apollo/Lester seeks to regain his place as a god by questing to restore the abilities of several oracles. The book features the return of several characters from earlier books by Riordan, including demigods and fan favourite Grover Underwood.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Burning Maze

In the third book of the Rick Riordan Apollo series, Lester continues his quest to restore the oracles. Meanwhile, Camp Jupiter is under threat from evil Roman emperors. Lester continues to work with Meg – a daughter of Demeter – who is bound to him after rescuing him from muggers. They are joined by Grover, who can guide the way as they journey through the Labyrinth.

Approximate age range: 10+

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The Tyrant’s Tomb

The newest Rick Riordan book follows Lester’s continued quest to restore the oracles. The adventure is now overshadowed by the tragic loss of a demigod friend.

The remaining Roman demigods make a last stand against the emperor’s attack. Lester must face his greatest fear in an ancient tomb. The new Rick Riordan book ups the stakes for the newest and oldest heroes that fans love.

Approximate age range: 10+

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Love Camp Half-Blood? Get the hoodie!

If you are looking for a gift for a Riordan book fan, Camp Half-Blood hoodies and t-shirts are a great option! Camp Jupiter tops are also available.

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Rick Riordan upcoming book

A Rick Riordan new book to look forward to in 2020 is the release of Camp Jupiter Classified: A Probatio’s Journal.

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Other books – how many books has Rick Riordan written in total?

While the main focus of this article is the Rick Riordan books series that revolve around ancient mythology, the Rick Riordan bibliography also includes other titles, which I cover in brief below. 

Including the titles below, Rick Riordan has written at least 40 books!

The Maze of Bones – Book One of The 39 Clues

The 39 Clues is a series of books written by different authors, the first in the series is by Rick Riordan. In this mysterious adventure, Amy and Dan Cahill take on an incredible challenge and begin an around the world chase to find 39 clues and win untold riches.

Approximate age range: 9+

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Adult Fiction by Rick Riordan

Tres Navarre is a series of seven adult fiction titles by Rick Riordan. Navarre is a private detective who also happens to have a PhD in Medieval studies.

Riordan has also written Cold Springs, an adult fiction about relationships, murder and redemption.

A few quick Rick Riordan facts

  • Many Riordan fans refer to him affectionately as Uncle Rick.
  • Riordan began writing fiction when he was a teacher.
  • Riordan champions underrepresented authors and cultures by supporting the “Rick Riordan Presents” imprint of Disney Hyperion, (more about that below!)
  • The Percy Jackson books author was inspired by his son Haley to create the character of Percy Jackson character for bedtime stories. Like Haley, Percy has dyslexia and ADHD.
  • It took Riordan around three nights to tell Haley the story of Percy’s quest to find Zeus’s lightning bolts – after which Haley suggested Riordan should write the story down as a book.
  • Riordan has won multiple awards for his writing, including the Stonewall Book Award for Children’s books for Magnus Chase Book 2: The Hammer of Thor. If you would like to read the transcript of Riordan’s acceptance speech, pondering “what is an old cis straight white male doing up here?”, check it out here.

Rick Riordan Presents

Detail from cover art of Aru Shah and The Song of Death by Roshani Chokshi

Detail from the cover of Aru Shah and The Song of Death by Roshani Chokshi

If you are looking for more books like Percy Jackson for children or young people, the range of books featuring mythology in middle-grade fiction is growing. This is partly thanks to the work of authors like Riordan.

Many children and young people are looking for books that reflect the myths and legends from their own or other cultures. And with that in mind, “Rick Riordan Presents” publishes books from underrepresented cultures. Each book is introduced by Rick Riordan.

However, these books are not by Rick Riordan and they are not connected to the Percy Jackson narrative and universe. They are independent and original stories by authors writing about folklore and legends which are underrepresented.

One of the latest books from “Rick Riordan Presents” is The Storm Runner by J. C. Cervantes.

Books published on this imprint so far include:

  • Aru Shah and The End of Time by Roshani Chokshi,
  • Aru Shah and the Song of Death by Roshani Chokshi,
  • Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes by Roshani Chokshi, (coming April 2020),
  • The Storm Runner by J. C. Cervantes,
  • The Fire Keeper by J.C. Cervantes,
  • Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee,
  • Sal and Gabi Break the Universe by Carlos Hernandez,
  • Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia
  • Race to the Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse (coming January 2020)
  • Paola Santiago and the River of Tears by Tehlor Kay Mejia (coming August 2020)
  • City of the Plague God by Sarwat Chadda (coming Fall 2020) and
  • The Last Fallen Star by Graci Kim (coming Summer 2021).

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What do you think?

What is the best Rick Riordan series? Who are your favourite Rick Riordan characters from the epic adventures that started with Percy? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Angela is the kind of parent who wants to discuss the latest hero movie or middle-grade book series on the school run. She grew up on the Lord of the Rings books and has a background in education & publishing. She believes all children & young people can enjoy wonderful story-telling and loves sharing ideas with others.

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