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The Sea of Monsters Percy Jackson and the Olympians 2 The heroic son of Poseidon makes an action-packed comeback in the second must-read installment of Rick Riordan's amazing young readers series. Starring Percy Jackson, a "half blood" whose mother is human and whose father is the God of the Sea, Riordan's series combines cliffhanger adventure and Greek mythology lessons that results in true page-turners that get better with each installment. In this episode, The Sea of Monsters, Percy sets out to retrieve the Golden Fleece before his summer camp is destroyed, surpassing the first book's drama and setting the stage for more thrills to come. Show menu Top novels. Historical Horror Humorous Mystery Romance.
Join my 3-emails-a-year newsletter prizes View all 3 comments. Loving this series. I am apparently newly obsessed with middle grade fantasy and comic books. Who would have thunk it. And to know Riordan has three other series in addition to this one just makes me childishly joyful. View all 11 comments. What is it with me and not knowing how I feel about rating a book lately! I would like to give all the stars to Tyson! I thought the rest of the book was good and I love reading about all of the creatures.
Of course, Percy and them are usually getting in trouble with all of said creatures. Well, not the sweet ones. View all 9 comments. I need to take Tyson, wrap a blanket around him, give him a stuffed Rainbow and protect him from everything. View all 8 comments. Like you could do a better job if you ran the world? Me running the world would be kind of a nightmare. It didn't grab me as I would have wanted and I didn't feel very connected to the characters.
Something about it was just so, so much more appealing and fun then the first one. Suddenly I loved the characters and the plot and the world so much and I just had to finish this book as soon as possible.
Sometimes the best we can do is to remind each other that we're related for better or for worse I think this book was so much stronger than the first because it really solidified the relationships between the characters Annabeth and Percy have so much time together and their relationship gets a lot of development which I loved. I also really liked Grover in this and the scenes in which they were all together at the end were my favourite.
We also get so much relationships between the Camp Half Blood kids and Percy. I adore Clarisse, she may be a bit annoying and rude, but she's also kinda cool as fuck and I love her. The worldbuilding and the camp also made me fall so in love with this. I want to go to Camp Half Blood! And have chariot races!! The teachers and camp felt so fun and I liked how there was this dynamic with the camp being both fun and a home for them, whilst also being hard work and a little bit terrifying for them considering their destinies.
The worldbuilding in general just had so much development. This was really fun and I enjoyed it a lot. If it hadn't been for The Last Olympian this would have been my favourite in the series. Apr 22, Kimi rated it really liked it Shelves: I think the humor is definitely my favorite thing about these books. I wish I had read them a few years ago but I'm still really enjoying them as an adult too.
I can't wait to read the next one! Also, can we just talk about those Goodreads emails "You've finished the book! I just told you that myself. See this review and more on www. Percy Jackson Series Review: See below! The Titan's Curse: RTC I always get a bit nervous going into the second book in a series. There's a lot of pressure on the author to prove that the first wasn't just a fluke, and that they can keep the story compelling over the course of a number of middle-books in the series before reaching the grand finale.
I h See this review and more on www. I had faith in Rick Riordan though - considering the legacy of popular series he's written - and I'm happy to say that he didn't let me down. Percy remains one of my new favorite narrative voices I've encountered over the course of this year. He's so sarcastic and full of good humor that I find myself chuckling over the things he thinks or says. Knowing that this series is written for children, I appreciate his character even more. Percy is easy for boys relate to which is great.
There is a distinct dearth of strong male figures in reading geared towards kids in my opinion, so I'm definitely glad Rick Riordan's characters and stories somewhat fill that void. The story is slightly less compelling than the first book, only because we've already been immersed in this world where the Gods exist. There's less to learn about now, so in some ways it feels a bit less mysterious and more familiar. I wasn't as invested in the sideplot with Grover or the cyclops either, but I definitely think it's silly and lighthearted enough that children are sure to enjoy it.
Truth be told,, I'd love this story just for introducing the Hippocampi: They were beautiful and the perfect addition to the world and its magic. Then again, I'm a total sucker for magical creatures in general, which is a big reason why this series appeals to me so.
My only real complaint about this entry to the PJ series is that the stakes felt a little bit low. All in all though, this was a worthy continuance to Percy's story, and I'm so excited to see where it goes next! Nov 06, James Trevino rated it really liked it Shelves: Look mom! Fetus May was wrong this deserves 5 stars and more I love my children s o mu ch o h myg od I was literally tearing up at the end over the characters is this allowed.
View 1 comment. Apr 11, babyhippoface rated it it was ok Recommends it for: I don't get it. I just don't really like this series. My two kids would argue to the death with me about them, and I don't know why I don't like them, I just Maybe I don't like ancient Greeks mixing with 21st-century Americans.
Maybe it's Annabeth's recurring refrain of "oh my gods" that drives me insane, or maybe it's the fact that you can't turn 3 pages without Percy being in mortal peril. Too much adventure is bad for the heart.
Maybe I can't buy into so many perfectly-timed rescue I don't get it. Maybe I can't buy into so many perfectly-timed rescues-from-nowhere when Percy is just about to bite the big one, or the way Percy goes into every new situation thinking, "maybe I shouldn't do this," but does it anyway and it's ALWAYS a trap by some monster.
I know he's just an 8th grader, but golly gee Perce, wake up and smell the Cyclops Spit. Anytime you meet a new person, trust me, you should just turn and run. But you never do. I'm just not interested. I don't care how he gets out of the next life-threatening situation.
Just get out of it and let's move on to the next life-threatening situation, already. With The Lightning Thief I thought maybe it was the audiobook's narrator that made me not enjoy it much, but I read this one myself, and I still just wasn't into it. I just wanted it to be over. That's not to say that I don't like Rick Riordan, because I like him fine. Total contradiction, I know, but it's true. And because not every book is every person's cup o' tea, I'll keep recommending this series to kids, because they think it's awesome.
And that's good with me. View all 70 comments. Feb 12, Malanie rated it liked it Shelves: I mean, the action scenes are okay. The magical Thalia tree, which protects the camp from monsters, has been poisoned by a total asshole i mean who is this petty.
To ask for help??? Most of the book is just Annabeth and Percy travelling across the sea to save Grover.
Or interact much at all. They had a small fight at the beginning of the book, because Annabeth is prejudiced against Cyclops. I was so confused that it caused such a rift, because the fight wasn't a huge thing?????? Tyson,,,,,,,,[fumbles for words],,,,,,,,what a gift. Tyson is a Cyclops and also Poseidon's son. Tyson is the epitome of cuteness and hero-worshipping your older sibling.
Between Tyson being adorable, and Lord Hermes showing up on the beach, dropping wisdom on us all, I was v happy with who the PJO club is letting in these days.
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View 2 comments. Mar 17, P rated it liked it Shelves: Reading this book in one night, I kind of felt like I was being left out by some of the characters that I was attached to from The Lightning Thief.
Percy Jackson still slays as always. His attitude, wit, and sense of humor fascinated me. But the problem is This book is on and off enjoyable for me. To be honest, Annabeth annoyed me sometimes. She acts like a child, especially towards Percy. I felt she pulls the story back halfway while it's supposed to move forward. For example, when Percy decided to do something, Annabeth comes to his way and makes him reconsider his choice even though that's the right one he should do.
Their characteristics are nearly the same, but the way Rick delivers the story makes them different. I appreciate that. I appreciate the feelings I got from this series, it's like being a child and hold a HP book in my hands again. Rick is undeniably a talented author. Gods and Demigods are becoming the whole clear picture, and I'd like to see them working together in the last book.
Keep your fingers crossed! Such a fun read! View all 4 comments. I started reading Percy Jackson and the Olympians: I am again buddy reading this book with my son, though he has a pages head start since he finished book 1 before me. This book is a great read. The Gray taxi sisters reminds me of the Knight Bus from Harry Potter, with their reckless driving skills. This book Percy also dreams of seeing but not believing whether what he sees is real or just a dream.
In the first book, Percy dreams of the underworld, a place where his quest took him. In this book, Percy dreams of Grover being in trouble and it then leads him on his journey there to rescue Grover. I love the humor of the cell phone snakes: The unexpected siblings is interesting as well. He is now at a new school and having a new friend named Tyson, another friend that others like to bully and Percy would have to stand up for. Annabeth comes to rescue Percy and brings him back to camp Half-Blood.
Chiron is being fired and a new unbearable replacement is there. Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters is very well written and an adventurous read.
I like reading this series so far because the read feels personal, as if Percy is talking to his readers. I like how the author let us catch up to Luke and Clarisse at unexpected places. I enjoy the adventures in this book with the sirens and the circe.
Cyclops are introduced in this story and they resemble those kids who are born with disabilities. Again, I recommend everyone to read this book! Reading books I own for a change. Jun 12, Sophie Olson rated it it was amazing Shelves: Middle Grade, Mythology, Adventure This series just keeps getting better and better! Like the first book, I just had a fantastic time reading this book. I love being in the world of Percy Jackson.
I love seeing how these Gods and Goddesses are in a contemporary fashion. I liked how everything that has been done in this series so far. I'm hoping to read the rest of the series soon! Anyways, let's start the reviewing shall we? For the first time in my life, I'd almost made it an entire year without getting expelled.
No weird accidents. No fights in the classroom. No teachers turning into monsters and trying to kill me with poisoned cafeteria food or exploding homework. It was almost the end of the school year and he's relieved that none of the "accidents" he always had every year. Seemed the Greek Gods were giving Percy a break this year. At least, that's what he thought. Percy and Tyson were at gym class when the crazy began happening. All around Matt Sloan, the visitors were growing in size.
They were no longer kids. They were eight-foot-tall giants with wild eyes, pointy teeth, and hairy arms tattooed with snakes and hula women and Valentine hearts. So no. The Gods hasn't forgotten about Percy and someone was indeed still out to get him.
These creatures called the Because he didn't want his classmates or himself to be eaten, he tried to fight them off. Then, out of nowhere, Annabeth came. Standing in the smoke was my friend Annabeth.
Her face was grimy and scratched. She had a ragged backpack slung over her shoulder, her baseball cap tucked in her pocket, a bronze knife in her hand, and a wild look on her storm-gray eyes, like she's been chased a thousand miles by ghosts. After escaping the huge giant bullies at the school, Annabeth, Percy, and Tyson rode the cab of doom to get to Camp Half-Blood.
It will be literally your doom if those three lady drivers lose their eye. Not kidding. After surviving the taxi ride, they arrived at camp and found it being attacked by those big, crazy bulls. The place was supposed to be warded by the tree. So anyone who isn't a Half-Blood can now cross the borders which is a big problem. None of the Half-Bloods are safe now. Freakin Percy Jackson! Can I say how much I adored this guy.
And his narrative! So hilarious and honest. I liked how Rick Riordan made his character. He was special, but he wasn't perfect. I liked how the author handled his insecurity because you understand where it was coming from. It wasn't just a random, fleeting feeling. It was really something someone would feel when your own father seem to be playing favorite. Or at least that's how he thinks it was.
Percy didn't pretend he was an overly nice person, because he wasn't. You'll see that wasnt such a nice guy, but he redeemed himself towards the end which was great. He was just a teenage demigod who feels, speaks, and listens like all normal teenager would which I think is one of the reasons why a lot of people read this. Aside from Percy, I love Annabeth. I love this girl so much! I know there isn't any romantic stuff between Annabeth and Percy yet but I ship them so bad you won't even believe it!
So aside from shipping her and Percy together, I'd have to say I was thoroughly surprised by her character. For someone as young as her, she was responsible, tough, smart, and really kickass. The author didn't tell me how great she was but he showed me. I think that's one of the reasons why I loved Annabeth. The continuous flow of new Greek myth characters were so enjoyable. I am a big fan of mythology.
You name it, I love it. Anyways, I was a bit iffy reading this because the author might not be able to give justice to the Greek gods, but this book did. It even exceeded it. No freakin "I can't live without you" bullshit on this book. There were a lot of cutesy moments between Anabeth and Percy. And when I say cute, it's just really cute. I ship them so hard!!! But I can feel something would chance. I mean the cover for the new editions. I didn't really like the older ones.
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There wasn't a lot of action on this book, but I felt that this book developed the characters a bit more. I saw more of Percy character than I did on the first book. I saw him as a son of a Poseidon and just a normal teenager who also feel jealous hahahaha , scared, insecure and all the things that normal teenagers feel and I like that.
I really liked Hermes, Luke's dad! I'm not very fond of him in this book. I found Luke a weak villain on this book. I know he is not the main antagonist, but I don't see him fighting anything himself.
He was a coward and someone who relies heavily on what he believe is right. I don't think his reason for doing what he is doing for the more evil guy is right.
His motivations were a bit weak in my opinion. I wonder when we'll see the more evil guy? Would he be as devious and inhuman as Volemort? I wonder This series is easily becoming one of the series I would give priority in finishing. Expand text… When Percy's mom finds out, she knows it's time that he knew the truth about where he came from, and that he go to the one place he'll be safe.
Soon a mystery unfolds and together with his friends—one a satyr and the other the demigod daughter of Athena—Percy sets out on a quest across the United States to reach the gates of the Underworld located in a recording studio in Hollywood and prevent a catastrophic war between the gods.
The Sea Of Monsters 2 Summary: The heroic son of Poseidon makes an action-packed comeback in the second must-read installment of Rick Riordan's amazing young readers series. Starring Percy Jackson, a "half blood" whose mother is human and whose father is the God of the Sea, Riordan's series combines cliffhanger adventure and Greek mythology lessons that results in true page-turners that get better with each installment.
In this episode, The Sea of Monsters, Percy sets out to retrieve the Golden Fleece before his summer camp is destroyed, surpassing the first book's drama and setting the stage for more thrills to come. The Titan's Curse 3 Summary: But when you're the son of a Greek god, it happens. And now my friend Annabeth is missing, a goddess is in chains and only five half-blood heroes can join the quest to defeat the doomsday monster.
Oh, and guess what? The Oracle has predicted that not all of us will survive The Battle of the Labyrinth 4 Summary: Percy Jackson isn't expecting freshman orientation to be any fun.
But when a mysterious mortal acquaintance appears at his potential new school, followed by demon cheerleaders, things quickly move from bad to worse. In this fourth installment of the blockbuster series, time is running out as war between the Olympians and the evil Titan lord Kronos draws near. Even the safe haven of Camp Half-Blood grows more vulnerable by the minute as Kronos's army prepares to invade its once impenetrable borders. To stop the invasion, Percy and his demigod friends must set out on a quest through the Labyrinth - a sprawling underground world with stunning surprises at every turn.
The Last Olympian 5 Summary: All year the half-bloods have been preparing for battle against the Titans, knowing the odds of victory are grim. Kronos's army is stronger than ever, and with every god and half-blood he recruits, the evil Titan's power only grows. While the Olympians struggle to contain the rampaging monster Typhon, Kronos begins his advance on New York City, where Mount Olympus stands virtually unguarded.
Now it's up to Percy Jackson and an army of young demigods to stop the Lord of Time.