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Type: Graphic Novel
Percy Jackson is a good kid, but he can’t seem to focus on his schoolwork or control his temper. And lately, being away at boarding school is only getting worse – Percy could have sworn his pre-algebra teacher turned into a monster and tried to kill him. When Percy’s mom finds out, she knows it’s time that he knew the truth about where he came from, and that he go to the one place he’ll be safe.
She sends Percy to Camp Half-Blood, a summer camp for demigods (on Long Island), where he learns that the father he never knew is Poseidon, God of the Sea. Soon a mystery unfolds and together with his friends—one a satyr and the other the demigod daughter of Athena – Percy sets out on a quest across the United States to reach the gates of the Underworld (located in a recording studio in Hollywood) and prevent a catastrophic war between the gods.
Were you a bit weird in school? Or are you still in school and think you’re kinda weird? I mean, everyone is weird, but you know that I mean. Maybe you didn’t fit in, maybe people thought you were a bit of a loser. Maybe you had learning difficulties, were a target for bullies, got into trouble a lot, maybe it seemed like your teachers just didn’t like you. Maybe you sucked at reading and were even diagnosed with dyslexia. Or ADHD.
Well, don’t worry. Truth is, you’re actually most likely a child of the gods with secret powers that enable you to zap those bullies and fulfill your true destiny. Screw school, you’ve got bigger things to deal with anyway.
Lol, this book is amazing. My only regret is that I didn’t have it when I was twelve years old because I would have read this until it was falling apart in my hands. Every insecure kid (so basically every kid) should read The Lightning Thief. I would want my hypothetical kids of the future to read this book. It’s the ultimate childhood fantasy – discovering that everything people labelled as “weird” or negative about you is actually caused by your secret awesomeness. Pretty perfect message, if you ask me.
I know, I know – this is plain old childhood wish fulfillment at its finest. But who cares? The best kids books are all about wish fulfillment to some extent and it’s not like Percy Jackson doesn’t have his fair share of enemies and heartache. It’s the same idea that we all loved to buy into. The orphaned and neglected Harry Potter discovering he is a wizard. The nerdy loser-ish Peter Parker developing special abilities and becoming Spiderman. Children in the middle of WWII discovering a secret world through a wardrobe door in which they reign as royalty. Percy Jackson finding out he is the son of a god and has his own super powers.
On top of the powerful message, this is a fast-paced exciting fantasy story full of friendships, Greek mythology, magic, mystery, bad guys and girls, and constant adventure. I enjoyed it now, despite me being a good ten years older than the target audience. I would have enjoyed it even more ten years ago. You should definitely go read this. Then, when you’re done, give it to a kid to read too.
“You need to study war, punk.”
Given how well received this book is (and the entire series), I was looking forward to continue my fantasy to-read list with Percy Jackson and the Olympians for a while now. I know it’s children’s book, but when has that ever stopped me.. But still, one cannot help but be somewhat anxious while starting a new series, for things could go either way. And when things turn out better than expected – like it did with Lightening Thief – life is beautiful. This is a wonderful little story, and hopefully the first of many, of an interesting series.
“Remarkable, really, the lengths to which humans will go to fit things into their version of reality.”
Being a children’s story, it’s understandable that character building plays the bigger role compared to setting up the environment. Still, I think the environs were adequately defined. The main characters – including the first person protagonist – were interesting, fun and delightful to observe. However, for me, the secondary characters appeared a little too funny, even when they were supposed to be threatening.
It took away some of the suspense/ thrill that could’ve been there in my opinion. And also, if the set of main characters were a little older, may be things would appear a little more realistic (relatively). But as the plot itself is great, it’s easy to forget those shortcomings, and enjoy the story. Obviously, none of these would matter to kids at all, who will find the entire thing to be quite entertaining.
Sequence of events is very well thought out, and laid out in a way that will make you want to read the entire thing in one go, which is not difficult to do actually, as the book is not very long. Everything is well written, and well capable of intriguing one to continue with the rest of the series (which I’ll be doing shortly).
“The truth is not always clear until events come to pass.”