Review: The Blood of Olympus was better than I could have hoped… but (and yes, there is a but) I just wish that some things were different. The Blood of Olympus did a really good job on filling in all the plot holes from the other books. Most of the information I felt was missing was finally revealed. For example, in this book, we finally get to see Reyna’s past and why she wasn’t too happy to disclose it. Also, it was nice to see […]
Author: Rick Riordan
“Waiting On” Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating. Do you even need a reason? But if you do, here’s one – this book marks the end of the Percy Jackson books and for me, the end of an era. I’ve been reading Percy Jackson for around 6 years, so I’ll have a hard time letting this one go. What are you waiting on?
In honor of the release of the new Heroes of Olympus book, The House of Hades, I decided to review the Percy Jackson books… The Lightning Thief(Book #1) The Sea of Monsters(Book #2) The Titan’s Curse(Book #3) The Battle of the Labyrinth(Book #4) The Last Olympian(Book #5) SERIES: Percy Jackson and the Olympians AUTHOR: Rick Riordan STATUS: CompletedBOOKS: Do I really need to list them all? RELATED: There are a lot of short stories and a sequel series called The Heroes of Olympus. SYNOPSIS: Percy Jackson is […]
Before Reading I… WARNING: This review contains spoilers for The Son of Neptune. After reading The Son of Neptune, I could not wait for the next book. After waiting nearly a year for The Mark of Athena, I can say that I was not disappointed. There were three main reasons why I wanted to read this book.I wanted to see Percy and Annabeth’s reunion. And Renya and Jason’s?The Greeks and the Romans would meet in this book. They don’t exactly have a history of getting along. How […]