Demigods Nico di Angelo and Will Solace must endure the terrors of Tartarus to rescue an old friend in this thrilling adventure co-written by New York Times #1 best-selling author Rick Riordan and award-winning author Mark Oshiro. Percy Jackson fans, rejoice! Nico and Will have a book of their own! As the son of Hades, Nico di Angelo has been through so much, from the premature deaths of his mother and sister, to being outed against his will, to losing his friend Jason during the trials of Apollo. But there is a ray of sunshine in his life--literally: his boyfriend, Will Solace, the son of Apollo. Together the two demigods can overcome any obstacle or foe. At least, that's been the case so far . . . Now Nico is being plagued by a voice calling out to him from Tartarus, the lowest part of the Underworld. He thinks he knows who it is: a reformed Titan named Bob whom Percy and Annabeth had to leave behind when they escaped Hades's realm. Nico's dreams and Rachel Dare's latest prophecy leave little doubt in Nico's mind that Bob is in some kind of trouble. Nico has to go on this quest, whether Mr. D and Chiron like it or not. And of course Will insists on coming with. But can a being made of light survive in the darkest part of the world? and what does the prophecy mean that Nico will have to "leave something of equal value behind?" Nico will have to face demons both internal and external as his relationship with Will is tested to the core in this standalone adventure featuring two of the most popular characters in the Percy Jackson saga. Complete your Nico di Angelo collection with these series by Rick Riordan: Percy Jackson and the Olympians The Heroes of Olympus The Trials of Apollo
Best book in the whole pjo world
I’ve been reading the pjo books for a very long time and by far this is the best one yet. This book is very well written and complete perfection. The way the LGBTQ+ characters are portrayed is so accurate to LGBTQ+ people in real life. Overall this book is a 10/10 book and great read. I hope both authors continue to write and will do another collaboration book in the future.
Amazing, made me cry
As a queer kid who started reading Percy Jackson around the same time I started questioning, this series has meant so much to me, from Will and Nico’s relationship to Alex being genderfluid. This book does such a good job of showing trauma and recovery, as well as showing realistic queer characters. I genuinely broke down crying a few times while reading. If I could give more than five stars I would 💕
Should I read this?
There are some mixed reviews so idk if it’s worth the money. I really loved this series when I was younger and this book looks pretty good. Would you recommend this?