The Trials of Apollo is a narrative type book by Rick Riordan that is about a god (Apollo) who is banished and shamed and needs to become a god again.
In many ways I can relate like I thought I was doing well in school but jinxed myself and did bad just like Apollo thought he was a bigshot and could do whatever he wanted then was humbled.
Conflict & Resolution
Apollo changes the most out of anyone in this story because he goes from happy as a god to sad from being cast out then to determined to move on.
Here Apollo yet again learns how he needs to be humble he was terrified of dying while Meg didn't seem fazed even though she knows she can die because mortals like her and Percy Jackson have to live knowing that their whole lives here he learns to be brave and yet again be humble.
Throughout the book Apollo learns many leasons like to be humble because he was banished out of olympus but als he perservered and is now determined to regain his status as a god.
The general theme of the story is a type of leason type story that teaches you that being humble and having humility is great and everyone needs a little bit of humility.