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Type: Adventure Books
“Grover, perhaps you should take our young friend to the den and show him our orientation film.”
“But . . . Oh, right. Yes, sir.”
“Orientation film?” Nico asked. “Is it G or PG? ’Cause Bianca is kinda strict—”
“It’s PG-13,” Grover said.
“Cool!” Nico happily followed him out of the room.
(Quote from The Titan’s Curse)
Okay… why I quoted that particular moment? Because that moment lead straight to this book. It’s all about the ‘Orientation Film’ Nico watched that day and also I think Nico is cute when he was still so childish. So Nico tells the other campers of the film he watched and the campers decide to create a more informative book for new demigods to replace the awful film (the film is written, directed, produced, hosted, and starred by Apollo so go figure.. :p)
this book is the collection of information about camp half blood from many point if view and some interview too. Most of the demigods involved is the newer demigod like Sherman Yang, Malcolm Pace, Valentina Diaz, Miranda Gardiner, Paolo and such.. though some of the older demigods present too like Percy (naturally), Annabeth, Rachel, Nico, Will and Connor.
It’s basically just a fun read for Percy Jackson fans and not much more. But since I read this just for the The Dark Prophecy sneak peak at the back, I guess I couldn’t really complaint. Some part is just hilarious like when Percy describe the old orientation film. Apollo is unbelievable!!!
But the other parts are mostly nothing new and some information even seemed rather unimportant and the characters seemed to blend. Rachel sounds more like Percy and less like herself. But despite those things I don’t like, this book still managed to make me laugh so I guess 3 stars is fair 🙂
Rick Riordan is an amazing writer, he is probably one of the best writers who add representation in his book, but he still hasn’t been able to find a middle ground on how to write girls and it was very apparent in this book.
Rick Riordan usually ends up writing two types of girls: Girly or Non girly bratty girls. His bratty girls are usually all the lead girls in his book while the girly girls are usually used for jokes or the mean girls. I’m getting tired how the Aphrodite girls are mostly written as bimbo girls who can’t do anything right and the idea of them knowing how to fight is often joked about.
This book would have gotten a higher rating if it wasn’t because he just keeps writing the same girls over and over and over. Give me better representations of girls and don’t fall back to the same troops and I’ll give you a better rating.
This was a very fun, short but hilarious and informative read!
And might I just say that Pete the Palikos is now my favorite descriptive narrator and I’m so looking forward to reading more from him
Apollo: According to all known laws of physics, a dragon should not be able to turn into a suitcase
Leo: The dragon, of course, turns into a suitcase anyway, because dragons and Leo do not care about what humans or gods think.
Me: Laughs hysterically.
Also, loved that I’m now updated on so many unknown stories/legend on Camp-Half Blood.
That story of the curse on number 130 was my absolute favorite!
And Apollo’s songs, stories, and swag-ness were all so delighting! (what else can you expect from Dad…Xd)
And Kudos to Dad for not going into his “my-love-life-sucks” lamenting mode!