Welcome to Prophecy Radio, a Percy Jackson podcast dedicated to all of Rick Riordan’s past, present, and future projects! Co-hosts Karen Rought and Kristen Kranz discuss the latest news in the Percy Jackson/Rick Riordan Presents fandom, then jump into Tiger Honor, the sequel to Yoon Ha Lee’s first book the in Thousand Worlds series, Dragon Pearl, as well as analyze chapters 9 and 10 of Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters. New episodes of Prophecy Radio will air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in.
News and Updates (00:00:53)
- Karen owns up to her mistakes.
- Happy birthday, Daniel José Older! Go pre-order Ballad and Dagger.
- J.C. Cervantes has seen the final cover for The Lords of Night.
- Rick posted a blog on January 22.
- First and foremost, go pre-order Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality, which comes out on April 5!
- Pre-ordering books really helps authors (and it might help us, too)!
- City of the Plague God is now in paperback.
- Rick recommends The Marvellers by Dhonielle Clayton and The Door of No Return by Kwame Alexander.
- Karen is also throwing Shattered Midnight into the ring, as it’s also by Dhonielle Clayton.
- We get another lovely Solangelo book update!
- Also, Kristen totally gets how awesome and interesting LEGOs can be.
- Be sure to enter our Tiger Honor giveaway!
Tiger Honor by Yoon Ha Lee (00:20:59)
- Read Karen’s Tiger Honor book review.
- What are our general thoughts on Tiger Honor compared to Dragon Pearl?
- Sebin is a very different main character from Min. Did we like them?
- Are YOU a rule follower, or do you like to cause trouble like Min?
- A huge theme of this book is duty and loyalty, both to family and the Space Forces.
- The Juhwang tiger clan is intense. Like, really intense.
- Did we like anyone from the tiger clan??
- It was nice to see Min and Jun again!
- Let’s meet the new side characters. Which were our favorites?
- Okay, it’s time to talk about Captain Hwan.
- Have our thoughts changed on him since we last saw him in Dragon Pearl?
- He’s brought in some reinforcements.
- How did YOU picture Shield, Sena’s sapsali?
- Is there room for more books in the Thousand World series?
Chapter Reviews (01:00:15)
- It’s time to talk about Sea of Monsters chapter 9.
- Okay, is it cool or creepy that Tyson can imitate voices?
- Do we think Thalia would’ve been on Luke’s side?
- We totally see where Luke is coming from, but he’s going about it the wrong way.
- Who are Luke’s friends at Camp Half-Blood?
- Is Luke angrier at his dad or at the other gods?
- We kind of feel bad for Hermes!
- Tyson is the true MVP.
- Are you ready for chapter 10?
- Thank the gods (or one god in particular) for that thermos!
- But there’s a bigger question here—how exactly do Iris messages work?
- You’ll never have to be afraid if you’re lost at sea with Percy Jackson!
- It makes a lot of sense that chain stores are evil.
- We get a little confused, but Percy has definitely never seen a hydra before.
- At least book Percy is smarter than movie Percy.
- Thank goodness for…Clarisse?
- We love that Percy recognized his own jealousy.
- You can take the demigod out of the city, but you can’t take the city out of the demigod.
- Who doesn’t love a good Monster Donut?
Thanks for listening, and be sure to tune in next time for episode 17, where we’ll discuss “The Diary of Luke Castellan” from The Demigod Diaries.
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