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Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book Two: The Sea of Monsters Kindle Edition with Audio/Video
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|Kindle Edition with Audio/Video, July 2, 2013||
|Length: 290 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||
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- File Size : 29927 KB
- Publication Date : July 2, 2013
- Print Length : 290 pages
- Publisher : Disney Hyperion; Reprint Edition (July 2, 2013)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00CJ05DYM
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #434,152 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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the first book lighting thief. I first thought it was going to be dull, but as I read it
it was more interesting and In finished it, wishing for more. The second one I just got
is explaining who is who from the first book and some knew are mentioned.
It holds you attention and for young or old to enjoy, if you like stories of mythology.
It's well written and there's other ones following this one. There are five books in all with
this. If you are looking for adventure in a book this may be what you're wanting. I can't wait
for the other ones. (JV).
The plot of the series continues to evolve. Reminders of previous facts are conveniently sprinkled around.
My 9 yo and I have read them together. We had very cool chats from it.
I am a 11 year old girl and I love this . Please try this . You won't know anything by reading just one chapter , at least read the first two or three .
Thank you Rick Riordan !
Percy and his friends are about the same as before. Little character growth, which is normal for a middle grade novel. The introduction of Tyson was simply a twist on Grover, giving Percy his non half blood companion. Tyson was inconsistent, sometimes barely capable of saying two words, other times weaving complex sentences. Otherwise he was what you would expect.
This book is less in the real world and more in 5he magical world. Camp Halfblood was inconsistent. The author introduced a change to the camp, but then in an effort to keep things the same ignored that change when convenient. It was the second worst part of the novel.
I never got over the fact that Camp Halfblood was too dangerous to send Percy to, but then all of a sudden it was too dangerous for Percy anywhere outside the camp. Without a doubt the most jarring, awkward part of the book. There was a missed opportunity after the Guinea pig incident that might get forgotten or maybe the author is waiting to capitalize on it later.
All in all, it was alright. I'm feeling generous, so it gets 4 stars.
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Great story and u will always want to read the next one
It has thin books so u will not get bored of reading so fat ones
*It has no cons
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As usual characterization was the second best part of this book. They were little developed and learn new things as they move ahead in life and book. New characters were introduced in this book.
Tyson– Percy’s half-brother. He was big baby Cyclops, so cute, funny and loving but because of Annabeth’s bad history and Percy’s jealousy, poor guy was not appreciated enough. His affable, caring and protective nature won heart of Percy, Annabeth and all camper in the end.
Tantalus was horrible camp director. I was surprised he was chosen as a director while Gods could have chosen some other reasonable person. I mean how they could give future of their kids in hands of not-so-ideal father/person!! But as Hermes said ‘immortal families are eternally messy’.
Annabeth saved Percy’s butt many times here. She was brave, brilliant and also accepted her fatal flaw. Percy managed to work with Clarisse ever the brave and difficult to deal with and also even impressed her in the end, ‘for time being’, by his cool nature. I loved how author showed strength of female characters over male protagonist in this book.
Percy was great friend and a good-hearted person and showed his true nature, while fighting Polyphemus and what he did with flees after quest, which might be his fatal flaw. He developed more by overcoming his jealousy about how his dad gave attention to his half-brother, who showed up without warning, and accepted him as a brother in the end.
The book started with a Percy’s nightmare, something his mother was hiding about camp half-blood and last day of 7th grade turned into cannonball fight with monsters, blowing up the gym and running from the police. Couldn’t expect more action in the beginning right? There was more! Camp half-blood under attack, Thalia’s tree dying due to poison, magical border deteriorating. Camp itself was dying! Only few weeks left and only way to save it was magical Golden Fleece. Hold your ponies readers, things are going to be more action packed, tragic and entertaining.
As and when necessary few things were explained from the first book like what is half-blood, who was Grover and what was his satyr brothers work, about camp, Clarisse and camp’s director- all things to recall from first book if you have taken long time to read sequel, of course not in repetitive manner.
As usual camp Half-blood and Greek mythology along with characters was my most favorite part of the book. Story of Tantalus, Golden Fleece was beat to read. Oh and shocking part was knowing who Chiron’s father was. I loved how Rick Riordan depicted monsters and scenes, he teaches Greek myth in most entertaining way with flawless writing and gripping adventure.
Another thing I liked about Rick Riordan’s writing is his amusing references -‘ Charybdis got louder- a horrible wet roar like the galaxy’s biggest toilet being flushed’. ‘Charybdis was orthodontist’s nightmare.’ ‘The tree (Olive) struck him with such force it would’ve flattened me into a Percy Pizza with extra olives’. And some more that made me chuckle throughout the book.
Some tense scenes – knowing Luke’s plan on Cruz ship, why he poisoned Thalia’s tree and what he intended to do with fleece; fighting hydra; going through sea of monsters; escaping C.C’s Island, sirens and Polyphemus- made me sit anxiously with urge to read more and faster. We get to know bits of the big prophecy that involved Percy in this book.
Twist at the end of each chapter, suspense of prophecy, Titan Lord’s tricky plans for Percy made this dangerous quest full of excitement and action packed. Sassy Nature of Percy, innocence and golden heart of Tyson, Annabeth’s smartness through refreshing tone and perspective of Percy was fun to read. The bond between Percy and Tyson was charming and I loved to read this new trio on quest of saving old friend and ultimately end up saving more than what they intended.
Climax was utterly brilliant and end was shocking and a cliffhanger. I can’t wait to start next book in the series.
Overall, it was action packed, adventurous and fun to read. I highly recommend this book to YA, Greek Mythology lovers.
During this time Percy has to grasp the fact that his brother is a cyclops as well and is called Tyson, Tyson has a huge impact on throughout the story and protects Percy. Setting off with Annebeth he encounters the witch Circe who turns into a guinea pig. Luckily if his friend had not come to rescue him he would have been stuck in that state for eternity.
Excellent book I would definitely recommend this book for all readers it is a brilliant book and I think Riordan is a genius when it comes to writing in Greek mythology.