by Rick Riordan
Reviewed by my 14 y/o brother, Robbie
Percy Jackson was a half-blood. He grew up believing that his dad was some rich guy that hadn’t been able to marry his mom because his relations wouldn’t have allowed it. And then, before Percy was born, his dad had gone on an ocean voyage and been lost at sea. Not dead, just lost. But when his math teacher turns into a Fury, and his best friend turns out to be a satyr, Percy starts wondering who his dad really is.
After being attacked by a Minotaur, Percy is forced to go to
Percy takes two companions with him on his quest, Annabeth, daughter of Athena, and Grover, Percy’s best friend, a satyr that plays Hilary Duff songs on his reed pipe. But once he gets to the Underworld, Percy realizes that he’s been tricked. Now it’s a race to get out of Hades and to
This book had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I read it in an afternoon and I am now waiting impatiently for Noel to get the second book in the series, The Sea of Monsters.