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Titans
used in The Hidden Oracle

14 uses
  • I thought of Rhea, Queen of the Titans, who had first planted this grove.
    p. 285.5
  • You did not reveal your hand when the Titans stormed New York.
    p. 170.8
  • You remember before that, during the Titan War, Luke Castellan mentioned he had backers in the mortal world?
    p. 197.7
  • He betrayed this camp and allied himself with the Titans.
    p. 197.9
  • Gods, monsters, Titans .... these are always dangerous.
    p. 200.1
  • I mean Rhea, Queen of the Titans, the mother of the first generation of Olympian gods.
    p. 203.1
  • "If Rhea is a Titan, isn't she evil?"
    p. 203.5
  • "Not all Titans were bad," I said.
    p. 203.5
  • With difficulty, I sat up and faced the Titan queen.
    p. 242.5
  • They don't get what it was like when your old man was eating your children and you couldn't get a real job and the Titan chauvinists just wanted you to stay home and cook and clean and have more Olympian babies.
    p. 244.2
  • I had been hoping she would say something else: giants, Titans, ancient killing machines, aliens.
    p. 244.8
  • The Titan queen placed the wind chimes in my hands.
    p. 249.4
  • It's the mouthpiece of a senile Titan queen.
    p. 287.8
  • I also wanted to remind him that the Triumvirate might well have orchestrated all our previous troubles with the Titans and giants, which would make them more powerful than anything Leo had ever faced.
    p. 360.5

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