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Poseidon
used in The Hidden Oracle

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Greek mythology:  the god of the sea and earthquakes
  • As usual, I was struck by his resemblance to his father, Poseidon.
    p. 28.1
  • I understood why Poseidon had been so smitten with her.
    p. 30.8
  • My dad is the godly one—Poseidon.
    p. 40.2
  • Oh, and your father, Poseidon.
    p. 41.9
  • Because Poseidon?
    p. 51.4
  • That pretty much describes my entire life: Because Poseidon.
    p. 51.5
  • As a son of Poseidon, he could probably breathe underwater, but holding one's breath for an indeterminate amount of time was a different matter altogether.
    p. 59.5
  • "You're telling a son of Poseidon to get lots of fluids?
    p. 70.2
  • Granted, I'd said the same thing before I fought Poseidon in hand-to-hand combat, and that had not turned out to be easy.
    p. 72.2
  • The son of Poseidon frowned across at us.
    p. 331.7
  • He decided it would be easiest to tow it underwater to Poseidon's palace, where it could be repurposed as garden statuary.
    p. 342.3
  • I imagined Poseidon would replace the statue's gorgeous face with his own weathered, bearded mien.
    p. 342.4
  • Still, the son of Poseidon looked disgruntled.
    p. 352.2
  • Then the son of Poseidon waded into Long Island Sound with his extremely large dog and they both disappeared underwater.
    p. 357.7

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