Teen Review: Percy Jacksons & The Olympians: The Sea of Monsters
Percy Jackson and The Sea of Monsters is a great book mainly about Percy Jackson, a 13-year-old demigod (definition: half mortal and half god), who is dyslexic, has ADHD and considers himself a “troubled kid.” He is also a brave, courageous and clever boy with green eyes and brown hair. In this book, there are also Greek gods, goddesses and monsters, all set in the fantastic fantasy world.
This story is exciting because Percy and his friends are always battling with evil monsters and sometimes even humans! Since the threat of monster attacks is constantly there, they’re always on the lookout, even while on a quest. Be warned that as a result, The Sea of Monsters is frightening at times.
I wanted to read this book because I read the first Percy Jackson & the Olympians book in this five book series and LOVED it. This book series made me read a lot more, because I love reading about the exciting adventures that they go on. The thing I don’t like is all the deaths. However, if there weren't that many deaths, I guess it would not be as suspenseful.
I rate this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️, because it combines fantasy and a cultural education on myths about gods and goddesses in an intense and imaginative matter.