New addition to the Percy Jackson stories. It‘s been a while since I‘ve read one but it was easy to get back into. Quick and enjoyable read. It left some things unfinished so I wonder if there are more new ones planned.
I didn't know how much I needed this book until I read it. It was so nostalgic, there were nods to previous books. It hit all the right notes for me. The story was good, somehow it seemed different from the rest of the series while still keeping the same light and fun tone. It was done perfectly.
Literally nostalgic trip. That‘s all this is (Uncle Rick admitted Disney pushed for it). Yet still felt like a good Percy Jackson book. Totally smaller and less big fight scenes than used to. This was about growing up in the world. Wanting to move forward. Being an adult. I cried many times because I was reminded of my younger years reading PJ for the first time. So proud of these three. Total nostalgic trip. Same as Hebe‘s place.
Page one already making me cry over nostalgia. I remember reading the first in freshmen year. Ever since, Percy Jackson has been my number one comfort read. I love Seaweed Brain & Wise Girl with the Lord of the Wild
This book is a surprisingly short at 270ish pages. Literally just enough for a nostalgic trip of the three. Awesome funny chapter titles are back just as funny and random as they were before. #RiordanPresents
Took a break from unpacking to hit the bookstore because so many exciting books came out today! It was just too hard to resist. And am I going to cheat on the two very good books I‘m already reading by starting the tagged book this afternoon? I totally am because PERCY JACKSON!!! (I‘m also very excited about the new show but that‘s another story.) Just need to unpack a little more first.📦🏠📦