Tech Summary: Read from January 11, 2018, to January 14, 2018.
Okay, I am obsessed with Percy’s adventures. I love the books that have like silly character’s that make you laugh out in public when you are reading on the bus… #guilty, and it has been so long since that happened to me until this book.
The highlight or the most memorable part of this book was Apollo and his “immaturity”. Literally, he has become my favorite God so far! I laughed so bad with the first part of the book and the car ride. You have no idea! Besides that, there is not much to talk about the book. The story keeps moving forward and the characters keep coming and going, some of them change as they grow old and some others are just left behind… literally. I see the changes on the characters from those naive kids that new everything was a trap but still fall, but this time, it has more like a mature kind of tone since they still complete the mission knowing the risks but not falling into obvious traps.
What I like about these books are the prophecies, they keep changing and they keep being such a puzzle and a riddle. I for some reason new what was it about or how it will all end up. I guess we all knew, but it is really nice to be right… XD ***maybe a spoiler*** and still I wouldn’t expect something really sad from these books… at least not on the first ones… I am afraid about the fourth one…***end of potential spoiler***
I still hold all that I have mentioned so far of the previous books and nothing has changed on that (I, II). I keep devouring the books, and I am already thinking about the other 100 sagas of Riordan about Percy and other heroes…
So, the kingdom has given this book:
It seems that your majesty is pleased and the knights have spoken!
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