So I came up with a few canons for Apollo's children (aka my siblings)
-They always wake up at sunrise with a lot of energy.
-They are in charge of waking up all the other campists with music.
-Just like Percy feels stronger and can heal himself with water, they feel can do more or less the same when exposed to sunlight.
-They tend to feel claustrophobia, specially when they are in dark places like caves where there is no natural light.
-During the day, the can know the exact time by looking at the sky.
-When they get mad, like really mad, their body temperature gets so hot they might melt or burn some things that are near them.
-Since their father is the god of music, rythm is natural in them, which make them great dancers.
-We rock :3
I think this book has got to be the most unique of Riordan’s work. Apollo is hilariously arrogant and his journey puts him in contact with some familiar faces. Nico and Will?? Wonderful. And Leo and Calypso coming back was a great way to end the first volume. I absolutely loved all the references to the other books. Apollo met a handsome god with an annoying, talking weapon??? Wonder who that could be~ (>cough< Frey >cough<). Overall, a wonderful book with some amazing new characters, campers, and a nice little peak into the Apollo cabin or as Apollo himself would call it, the ‘me’ cabin :)
While most people assume that we are calm and collected we still get into plenty of treble. We may not be as rowdy as the Hermes kids, but how could you expect us to measure up? Take note of the differences between their antics and ours. I know Chiron wishes we would all just give it a rest, but that’s just not our forte.