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used in The Lost Hero

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either of the two times of the year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the equator
  • It must be by the solstice.
    Chapter 4 (98% in)
  • You have until sunset on the solstice, Jason.
    Chapter 7 (91% in)
  • Something about a king rising from the earth on the solstice—".
    Chapter 8 (16% in)
  • She mentioned the earth swallowing us, and a fiery one, and something about the solstice.
    Chapter 9 (78% in)
  • The solstice is a day when evil magic is strong.
    Chapter 10 (44% in)
  • Jason, you've only got three days until the solstice now, and you should never keep a nervous dragon waiting.
    Chapter 16 (63% in)
  • Three days until the solstice.
    Chapter 17 (14% in)
  • Chiron also talked about worse forces stirring on the solstice, with it being a good time for dark magic, and all—something that could awaken if Hera were sacrificed on that day.
    Chapter 17 (77% in)
  • The closer they got to the solstice, the less time Piper had to make her decision.
    Chapter 21 (3% in)
  • Just be at the summit by noon on the solstice, and you may collect your father and go in peace.
    Chapter 21 (90% in)
  • They had to find Hera, and they now had only two days until the solstice.
    Chapter 26 (14% in)
  • It's already the evening before the solstice, but we didn't have much choice except to wait out the storm here.
    Chapter 33 (19% in)
  • I have to be there by noon on the solstice, tomorrow.
    Chapter 33 (80% in)
  • That's Aphrodite yelling at him, reminding him that the solstice starts at dawn.
    Chapter 38 (77% in)
  • But today was the solstice.
    Chapter 46 (6% in)
  • If Gaea can claim it, use its power to entomb Hera on the solstice and raise Porphyrion—that might be enough to awaken the earth goddess fully.
    Chapter 47 (40% in)

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