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  • Don't feel bad, I'm usually about to die.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Battle of the Labyrinth")

  • OPEN WITH CARE. TRIPPLE G RANCH IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE, MAIMING, OR EXCRUCIATINGLY PAINFUL DEATHS.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Battle of the Labyrinth")

  • I felt like one of Apollo's sacred cows- slow, dumb, and bright red.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Last Olympian")

  • The last time I'd seen the Minotaur, he'd been wearing nothing but his tighty whities. I don't know why. Maybe he'd been shaken out of bed to chase me.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Last Olympian")

  • He looked like those paintings of baby angels - what do you call them, hubbubs? No cherubs. That's it. He looked like a cherub who'd turned middle-aged in a trailer park.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Lightning Thief")


  • It's like I was connected to the plumping system.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Lightning Thief")

  • THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD!!!!
    (Rick Riordan, "The Lightning Thief")

  • Even little Herley, who couldn't have been more than eight, looked like he could go six rounds with Chuck Norris without breaking a sweat.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Lost Hero")

  • Plus, humor is a good way to hide the pain. - Leo
    (Rick Riordan, "The Lost Hero")

  • A long white ribbon shot out of the crack in the wall. The ribbon just kept coming, weaving itself into some kind of shape next to Anubis, and my first thought was, My god, he's got a magic roll of toilet paper.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • I grabbed a pair of glowing red legs.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • Khufu carefully picked out everything that ended with-o-Doritos, Oreos, and some chunks of meat. Buffalo? Armadillo? I was scared to even ask.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • You want to know how Egyptians pulled the brains out of mummies. or built the pyramids, or cursed King Tut's tomb? My dad's your man.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • THAT Perseus always won. That's why my momhad named me after him, even if he was son of Zeus ann I was son of Posidon. The original Perseus was one of the only heros in the greek myths who got a happy ending. The others died-betrayed, mauled, mutilated, poisoned, or cursed by the gods. My mom hoped i would inherit Perseus's luck. Judging by how my life was going so far, i wasn't too optimistic.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Sea of Monsters")

  • Maybe if he did really well they'd give him some mouldy apples.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Son of Neptune")


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