• Camp Jupiter Classified

  • A Probatio's Journal (The Trials of Apollo)
  • By: Rick Riordan
  • Narrated by: Erin Cahill
  • Length: 1 hr and 31 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (173 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this companion book to Rick Riordan's best-selling Trials of Apollo series, bizarre things are happening throughout Camp Jupiter. To find out why, listeners can hear the pages of this camper's journal, which reveals the secrets of the Roman demigods' training ground.

It's the February after Gaea's defeat, and mysterious incidents are wreaking havoc throughout Camp Jupiter. If the Romans don't figure out who - or what - is behind the episodes soon, the Twelfth Legion could implode. 

Suspicion falls on Claudia, the Fourth Cohort's newest probatio. After all, the mischief started shortly after she stumbled into camp. Plus, she's a daughter of Mercury, the god of thieves and tricksters.

To find out whether she's guilty or innocent, listeners can delve into the pages of Claudia's personal journal. Through her eyewitness accounts, they will visit the crime scenes - a row of seats in the Coliseum, an underground aqueduct tunnel, the strange staircase at the back of the principia - and see the bizarre events unfold. They'll be right alongside Claudia when she discovers a secret so ancient that not even the lares know about it...a secret that holds the key to Camp Jupiter's safety.

©2020 Rick Riordan (P)2020 Listening Library

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It was okay

The story was okay. I wasn't a fan of the Journal format, but the story itself was kind of interesting.

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Awesome book (Follows the Percy Jackson series so well)

Super awesome it fits right into the timeline with all the details correct. I recommend this for Percy Jackson lovers who will especially enjoy it. Anyone else would also enjoy it👍

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Funny

Cute and funny tale. Enjoyed it. The adult in me likes how Rick can make a teen story pop!

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Fun short story

Huge fan of the series, and this was a nice short interlude, a little mystery. The main character is a lively young woman probatio, with enough enthusiasm to make up for all her other shortcomings (like experience and grace). The narration was perfect--chipper and youthful without being obnoxious.

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Great Book

BEST BOOK EVER!
Hope you like it to if you didn’t I hate you and hope you go to hell

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Fun as always!

A quick jump back into the world of Camp Jupiter and it was fun enough to leave me wanting more!

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Its good but the narrator is bad. I liked Robbie Daymond for the trials of Apollo

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The one with your dad

This will make a big impact,I am so excited!we had some time in his first days to used as you want,a little u

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good reader

excellent reader, fun short story. takes place at start of trials of Apollo without giving any spoilers

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fun

This was a fun change of pace! I really enjoyed the enthusiasm of the narrator! The story was good and fit right in!