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used in The Lost Hero

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exceedingly odd or unusual
  • The carpeting was a riot of oriental patterns and colors, and the racks of merchandise were just as bizarre.
    Chapter 26 (82% in)
  • As they climbed a hill at the edge of camp, Piper turned and got an amazing view of the valley—a big stretch of woods to the northwest, a beautiful beach, the creek, the canoe lake, lush green fields, and the whole layout of the cabins—a bizarre assortment of buildings arranged like a Greek omega, SI, with a loop of cabins around a central green, and two wings sticking out the bottom on either side.
    Chapter 4 (3% in)
  • Twenty-foot-high gates opened for them, and a road of polished purple stone led up to the main citadel—a white-columned rotunda, Greek style, like one of the monuments in Washington, D.C.—except for the cluster of satellite dishes and radio towers on the roof "That's bizarre," Piper said.
    Chapter 37 (43% in)
  • The things Jason could see were just as bizarre.
    Chapter 37 (85% in)
  • It seemed bizarre that he'd still have something so normal after all he'd been through, but she guessed Enceladus hadn't seen any reason to take it.
    Chapter 46 (48% in)

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