The Trials of Apollo Book Two The Dark Prophecy Symbols & Objects

Rick Riordan
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Meg

Meg is a representation of mental illness and how one can make steps to overcome trauma with the help of others. As a character, Meg is strong for her age, and acts as confidently as she can. However, it is clear through Apollo’s visions and how she acts when less people are around that her abuse at the hands of Nero has hurt her psyche. She struggles to say his name, is fearful of seeing him again, and even believes she deserves to die for things that Nero said were her fault. However, she finds a new purpose in helping Apollo, and resolves to fight back, both for herself and for him. Though she still has a long way to go, Meg is becoming her own person away from her stepfather’s abuse.

Throne of Memory

The Throne of Memory represents freedom from the pain...

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