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Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian is the fifth awesome adventure in Rick Riordan's top-ten bestselling series. Most people get presents on their sixteenth birthday. I get a prophecy that could save or destroy the world. It happens when you're the son of Poseidon, God of the Sea. According to an ancient prophecy, I turn sixteen and the fate of the entire world is on me. But no pressure. And the dreaded monster Typhon is also heading our way.

The Demigod Files. The Heroes of Olympus series: The Kane Chronicles series: Rick Riordan, dubbed 'storyteller of the gods' by Publishers Weekly, is the author of five New York Times number-one bestselling book series with millions of copies sold throughout the world: Percy Jackson, the Heroes of Olympus and the Trials of We want your feedback! Click here.

Half Boy. Half God. ALL Hero. Gripping, touching and deliciously satirical' The Times 'Puns, jokes and subtle wit, alongside a gripping storyline' Telegraph 'Perfectly paced, with electrifying moments chasing each other like heartbeats' New York Times 'It's Buffy meets Artemis Fowl.

After all, this is the stuff of legends' Guardian Books by Rick Riordan: Fantasy Mythology Young Adult Fiction. Publication Details Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd Imprint: Puffin Publication Date: Percy Jackson and the Olympians.

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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I really loved all the Percy Jackson series. It was wonderful to see how all the parts connected in the end, no lose ends. I love that these books don't leave anything open to interpretation and explain the story very well. I really enjoyed all the adventure, it was great!

The characters are also very easy to empathize with, I already miss Percy and Annabeth. The one thing that left me a bit disappointed about this book in particular is that with it being the last one in the series revolving around the first great prophecy, and Percy finally having to play his very important part, I expected more conflict on him.

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Percy is under a lot of pressure and tension, I think it would have been more realistic, and more pleasing therefore, to see more conflict go on within him, to see him struggle a bit more to make the right decisions and therefore see some growth in his own personality, to go deeper and give more meaning to the "yealding" Hestia talks about. In short: I think we didn't see Percy really "yealding". It seems that everything was a bit too easy for him when it came to making decisions.

That felt too unreal. I feel that the whole topic of yielding, maturing, being generous and really having to struggle to get there, which is what most have to go through, wasn't represented in a realistic manner. It was too simplistic. On a final note, as much as I have found this new take on mythological stories fun and entertaining, I'm not sure I'll read the other books in The Heroes of Olympus and The Trials of Apollo series.

It gets boring if you only read about the same thing. It would be great if the author wrote about other things besides mythology, and offered us new adventures to read without having anything to do with mythology. My oh my oh my. I loved this one. I was wrong.

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I think about two thirds of this book was all the battle that the entire series has been building to, which was so smart because it made it feel so big and important. There was no last minute gotchas, no subverting the fighting and attrition the war needed.

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If delivered on the big and epicness that has been promised since book one. I think he needs to slow down and take his time. Middle grade is plenty able to have depth and I just hope his future series have that in mind. This is clearly the best book in the series, and an incredibly satisfying conclusion to everything preceding it.


One person found this helpful. Steven M. Brown Top Contributor: Fantasy Books. Rick Riordan started the series and a Children's Fantasy with a young teenage protagonist and he morphed the series to grow along with the characters becoming a much deeper story in the end. While the series does maintain the same feel throughout seeing the characters grow as much as the author was fun.

It is written in a first-person point of view that slips into first person epistolary at times. Is engaging to the point that you are never pulled out and you always have to read this one more chapter. Everything really did come together quite well with a conclusion that had a certain gravity in it.

Early on in the series the author showed that there was consequences and that not everybody would get away unscathed or alive. I felt that the ending of the series was satisfying and did conclude the series in such a way that it would have been perfectly fine for him not to continue on in the world.

However of course he laid the foundation for the next series. As of today he has written several other series based upon mythological Pantheon's as well as a sequel series to this series all contained within the same universe.

He found his neech and has stuck to it. I have the feeling that most of his Works will be similar but is quality of writing will make it worth the read and purchase for the most part. This series is appropriate for those ages 10 and up in the beginning but I do think that with the tone of the series shifting and everything that happens you could add a couple years toward the end.

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This was a really good book. It may even be my favorite of the series. It gets right down to business from the beginning. The fight is in full force. Poseidon is battling to protect his kingdom under the water, the half-bloods must defend Camp Half-Blood and the city of Manhattan, and the gods take their own stand leaving Olympus defenseless.

Percy has to face some serious obstacles in this book and he becomes the true leader I've been wanting to see in the series. He leads his army against Kronos even when the odds are stacked up against him. Annabeth is always at his side and always makes a great companion with Percy. I loved that in this book you find out about Anabeth and Lukes past together and what led him to do what he did.

This book was all-around very good.