The Trials of Apollo Book Three The Burning Maze - 38-47 Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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As they continue on, the rooms become more ornate and the riddles shift between languages. The next two clue answers are Tarquin and tomb. On the last one, however, Apollo is angry to be reminded of the death of his love and shouts the name instead of the real answer; unless. This plunges all three into a pit; Grover manages to hold on, but drops Apollo at the former god’s request. When he hits the flames, Apollo remembers the day he became the sun god. He promises to free Helios and is asked to kill Medea. The flames retreat and they all continue into the Sybil’s chamber. They work together to give and solve clues that creates a bridge across the lava-like ichor around her. But the prophecy - Apollo faces death in Tarquin’s tomb unless the doorway to the soundless...

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