Rick Riordan Announces New ‘percy Jackson’ Book 14 Years Later!

Author Rick Riordan has announced that the next installment in the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series will be titled The Chalice of the Gods. According to Riordan, the new novel will be released on September 26, 2023.

Nearly a decade after THE BLOOD OF OLYMPUS came out, Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, and Grover Underwood will return in a new adventure written by Rick Riordan! See the tweet for details.

Writer Read Riordan broke the news on the website, writing, “Not a reboot. This is not a reworking. The original three protagonists from The Lightning Thief return in this official, canonical, standalone sequel.
The five books that made up the Percy Jackson & the Olympians fantasy novel series—

The Lightning Thief (2005), The Sea of Monsters (2006), The Titan’s Curse (2007), The Battle of the Labyrinth (2008), and The Last Olympian (2009)—formed a pentalogy that was published between 2005 and 2009. (2009).

The main character of The Chalice of the Gods is a high school senior who is working hard to get into a prestigious university.

According to reading Riordan, “after saving the world several times, Percy Jackson is hoping to enjoy a normal senior year of high school.” It’s unfortunate that the gods aren’t finished with him yet. To receive the letter of reference from Mount Olympus he needs to apply to New Rome University, Percy must complete a new quest.

An adaptation of the book, titled The Chalice of the Gods, is set to premiere on Disney+ later this year. The first episode of Percy Jackson and the Olympians will likely be released on Netflix in 2024.

The pilot episode was written by Riordan and Jon Steinberg, and it was directed by James Bobin. Producers Dan Shotz and Steinberg will be in charge of the show.

Together with Bobin, Riordan, Rebecca Riordan, Bert Salke, Monica Owusu-Breen, Jim Rowe, Anders Engström, Jet Wilkinson, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Jeremy Bell, and D.J. Goldberg of The Gotham Group, executive producers Steinberg and Shotz.