The Trials of Apollo Book Two The Dark Prophecy Characters

Rick Riordan
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Apollo

Also known as the human Lester Papadopoulos, Apollo is a former god who had his immortality taken away by Zeus for reasons he does not share. As a narrator, Apollo is incredibly sarcastic, and often breaks the fourth wall to try and get direct sympathy from the reader. He also shares numerous stories of his past - both ones he wants to, and the visions that he wishes he did not have to see - and talks about the other gods and goddess as close friends (or enemies) while other humans do not. Apollo frequently laments his human body and even resents those like Emmie, Jo, and Calypso who gave up immortality willingly while he did not. Over the course of the novel, Apollo begins to care for others more than himself, even risking his life to protect Meg from both Commodus and Trophonius.

While Meg is technically...

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