Review

The Blood of Olympus

I’m a bit on the fence for this one. On one hand, I felt it was a satisfying conclusion to Riordan’s spinoff series, but the other half of me argues that there were too many errors in the writing and plotwork for it to completely be considered anything more than a mediocre read. I knew… Read More The Blood of Olympus

Review

The House of Hades

Going into the Heroes of Olympus series, I wondered if it would ever be able to live up to the wonderful Percy Jackson series. My fear was solidified after reading the first two books in this new spin-off series, both of which were a bit mediocre. However, my opinion towards the series changed completely once… Read More The House of Hades

Review

The Mark of Athena

Wisdom’s daughter walks alone. The Mark of Athena burns through Rome. Twins snuff out the angel’s breath, Who holds the key to endless death. Giant’s bane stands gold and pale, Won through pain from a woven jail. I think this is my favorite book in the series so far. Maybe it’s just the change of… Read More The Mark of Athena

Review

The Son of Neptune

Seven half-bloods shall answer the call, To storm or fire the world must fall. An oath to keep with a final breath, And foes bear arms to the Doors of Death. While I definitely liked this a bit more than its predecessor The Lost Hero (because, yeah, Percy is back!) I still don’t think I’m… Read More The Son of Neptune

Review

The Lost Hero

Child of Lightning, beware the earth, The giants’ revenge the seven shall birth, The forge and dove shall break the cage, And death unleash, through Hera’s rage. This is nothing like the Percy Jackson series. Yes, it is the set in the same world as the Percy Jackson series. But it’s not the same. Percy’s… Read More The Lost Hero

Review

The Last Olympian

I am here because when all else fails, when all the other mighty gods have gone off to war, I am all that’s left. Home. Hearth. I am the last Olympian.The Goddess Hestia, to Percy Series finales are always delicate things. They can either go sensationally (Mockingjay), or they can go dreadfully (Allegiant). Judging from… Read More The Last Olympian