So… like, Uncle Rick is king? And he became more king with this series… like it was REALLY, REALLY good- I learned a lot about Norse mythology and got introduced to the wonders that are Alex Fierro and Swagnus Chase. Continue reading “Magnus Chase”
The last book in the Heroes of Olympus series holds the answer to a nagging question that persists through the series: Does Gaea seize control over the universe?
The introduction to the famed Percy Jackson series is a web of captivating Greek myths. Percy is a demigod with Greek roots, and is clueless until danger arrives on his doorstep. He is constantly followed by trouble, causing chaos and confusion wherever he goes.
The Battle of the Labyrinth is a spectacular book made of modern-day settings mixed with familiar characters. The times when you are sad, cheerful or afraid are constantly switching so you never know what is coming next. Continue reading “The Battle of the Labyrinth – by Rick Riordan”
The final book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians is a life or death situation. There is a pins and needles feeling throughout and readers cannot help but wonder what will and won’t happen next. Continue reading “The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan”
The second-to-last book in the Heroes of Olympus is a tightly woven story that leaves little room to breathe in between each action-filled event.
In addition to 8 teen demigods – Percy, Annabeth, Jason, Piper, Frank, Hazel, Nico and Leo – there are other demigods, a few titans including Bob/Iapetus and Gaea herself, the cause of a big mess. Continue reading “The House of Hades by Rick Riordan”