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I need this book. UGH. WHY AM I SO IMPATIENT??? I JUST WAITED FOR MOCKINGJAY AND THE RED PYRAMID AND THE LOST HERO AND THE SON OF NEPTUNE???????? I HATE WAITING!!!!!!! This book is going to be so epic! (i hope!)
Please, PLEASE be good!!!
I LOVED Percy Jackson, and it really would be a shame if this book is anything like The Red Pyramid, which I was so excited about and it fell a little short. Hurry up, October!!!!!!! =P I heard somewhere that this was going to be a FIVE book series like Percy Jackson. Does anyone know for sure??
When is the OFFICIAL COVER GOING TO BE RELEASED??? I REALLY WANT TO SEE WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE!!!!! =)
Wow. The cover is amazing. It makes me even more excited about this book!!!! I also read the first chapter, and although it was kind of weird at first because it was written in the third person, it was from Percy’s view! I can’t wait to see what adventures are in store!!
Aw, this is so cool, I first started writing this a whole year ago! Now I have finally read it, yay!
First off, I missed Leo!!! One reason was that he brought so much comic relief, which you need in a book like this! Son of Neptune was a lot more serious than the Lost Hero and all the Percy Jackson books. I liked seeing Nico but I wanted more of him! Same with Thalia and ANNABETH.
What did I think of the three main characters? Hazel. Right away I loved her. She was such a three-dimensional character that was easy to read about. Frank. Eh…I’m still not quite sure. By the end of the book, I was thinking, “I don’t like him because he outshines my Percy!” Now though I guess he’s okay. I like him and he is slowly growing on me.
Percy. Of course, I missed him!!! I loved his chapters!!!!
All in all, though, the book was pretty good. I will probably be adding things to this review as I remember them.
Now I just have to wait an excruciating long year for MARK OF ATHENA, yes Annabeth!!
“Welcome to Alaska. We’re Beyond the held of the gods.”
Percy is back! It’s time for the Team Rome to do their part and Percy teams up with two Roman demigods to carryout the next phase of the quest. The Lost Hero ended with revealing what had happened to Percy and Jason at the beginning, and we’re continuing along the same plot. And things are back to being great: I like this a lot more than the first.
“I can always smell demigods.”
Though Jason-Piper-Leo trio was fun, I felt the new team is more interesting. The first book’s dialogs felt a little corny at times, (something I didn’t see in PJO) but return of Percy appears to have fixed that. We have a better adventure overall with events happening at an excellent pace. And Ella – hilarious addition.
“I’m afraid we’re fresh out of oracles.”
“And you, boy – you smell like a Greek sewer. Haven’t your had a bath?”
Though the story was somewhat predictable from start, mainly because of the similarities it shares with The Lost Hero, author still succeeds in having the reader guessing for more than three quarters of the story. And the final, action-packed quarter makes up for the lack of mysteriousness in my opinion. As I’m well familiar with Riordan’s cliffhangers by now, I had The Mark of Athena all-ready to start as soon as I finished this one. Hadn’t I had done so… that would’ve been a terrible place to wait for the next book.
“greediest wishes cause the greatest sorrows.”
“Yours in demigodishness, and all that. Peace out.”
This was my least favorite of the Percy Jackson books so far. I think that the story is definitely heading in an interesting direction, but I just wasn’t feeling it in this one. It has taken me several tries over the months to even get through it. I thought that, except for Percy, the characters were a little bland and I didn’t care as much about the Roman camp and their mythology as much as the Greek. I’m not saying that it was bad, I loved Percy and his sass and all of the jokes, just not my favorite compared to the previous books.