Wednesday, October 26, 2011

The Son of Neptune

Percy Jackson is back! Along with a couple new friends, Hazel and Frank. Just like Jason Grace in the last book of the series, Percy has lost all his memories. And needs to go on a quest in order to get all his memories back from Juno. The book is action pack and a great adventure.

There is a lot of Roman mythology in this one, as Percy finds himself in the Roman camp, Camp Jupiter. Romans are a lot different than Greeks. For one thing they are a lot stricter. Both camps have a lot of difference and this book shows in great detail the differences. Percy knows he is initially from a camp but Camp Jupiter feels wrong to him in some way. But, he must gain the trust of the campers there even though they know he is different.

In the end, the two books of the series are pulled together as one and readies itself for the seven in the prophecy.

I can't wait for the next one, I want to know what happens next. I can already imagine what Percy or Jason will do next and I can't wait to read it!

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