The Trials of Apollo, Book 1: The Hidden Oracle Characters

Rick Riordan
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Apollo

Apollo is a fallen god who narrates the novel and serves as the main character. Blamed for a civil war which nearly destroyed human civilization, Zeus banishes Apollo to New York City and gives him the identity of blue-eyed, curly-haired sixteen year-old Lester Papadopoulos. Apollo is the god of prophecy, plague, archery, healing, music, and other important things, so he feels humiliated as a mortal. His primary concern when the novel begins is to return to being a god on Olympus. As his journey back to Olympus continues, he comes to sympathize, through human emotions, with his demigod children (Austin, Kayla, and others), mortal creatures (such as Chiron), and humans around him.

Apollo comes to appreciate things like life and humility because immortality is no longer possible for him. Apollo comes under the service of Meg, and the two become companions until Meg reveals herself as the daughter...

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