The Trials of Apollo Book Two The Dark Prophecy - 1-6 Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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The former god Apollo, now trapped by his father Zeus in the body of a teenage boy named Lester, laments over his clearly tragic predicament. He and his friends, Calypso (a former immortal) and Leo (a demi-god) travel on a robotic dragon named Festus to Indiana where they hope to find Nero and his daughter Meg. It is revealed that Zeus bound Apollo to Meg, forcing Apollo to obey her every command. Now, Apollo has seen a vision of Nero instructing Meg to capture or kill Apollo for reasons he does not know. When they land in a small town, Leo notes how strong the mist (magic meant to hide god’s magic from humans) is. Festus overheats and turns into a suitcase as a woman named Nanette tells Apollo that Nero will be thrilled to see him in custody. When Calypso breaks her...

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