The Trials of Apollo, Book 1: The Hidden Oracle - Chapters 32 – 39 Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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In Chapter 32, Peaches suddenly senses Meg’s heart and attacks Nero, causing him to drop his match. Nero tells Meg it will be her fault if the Beast arises. Apollo realizes Meg has been conditioned to believe it is her fault that Nero is angry, much the way Apollo has had to deal with Zeus. Apollo tells Meg she will have to make her own choice. When Nero says that Peaches and Apollo must also burn, Meg screams that this cannot happen. The Grove screams with her. Apollo begins to hum the song “Y.M.C.A.” His strength returns, and he takes on Nero’s bodyguards. Taking them out, his strength leaves him.

Meanwhile, Nero splashes Greek fire on the ground and ignites it with a silver lighter before fleeing. Apollo rushes to save the demigods and Paulie from the torches as the...

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