Second book in this series and I LOVED IT!!! Tyson and Percy were awesome and funny! Whoo hoo! I loved the scene where Annabeth says why she doesn't l...moreSecond book in this series and I LOVED IT!!! Tyson and Percy were awesome and funny! Whoo hoo! I loved the scene where Annabeth says why she doesn't like Cyclops and such.
Percy Jackson returns and goes into the Labyrinth. A Greek maze where the Minotaur was held on the island of Crete. This book was one of my faves. I l...morePercy Jackson returns and goes into the Labyrinth. A Greek maze where the Minotaur was held on the island of Crete. This book was one of my faves. I loved Rachel, the mortal, and how she hit the titan lord with a blue hairbrush((LoL!)).
Plot was strong, and so were the characters. Annabeth was especially awesome.
I loved this book, especially sense they were new to the Egypt stuff and just experimented with spells and blew stuff up. Blowing stuff up were some o...moreI loved this book, especially sense they were new to the Egypt stuff and just experimented with spells and blew stuff up. Blowing stuff up were some of the awesome parts!(less)
READ THIS REVIEW & MORE ON MY SUPER AWESOME BOOK BLOG! I loved this book and hated the wait for the second one! Jason was an amazing character and...moreREAD THIS REVIEW & MORE ON MY SUPER AWESOME BOOK BLOG! I loved this book and hated the wait for the second one! Jason was an amazing character and I really got to feel him and see from his point of view ((Not because it switched between point of views.)) Piper was SUPER awesome with her being her, of course. Leo was the funniest character in the book! I loved that he took out breath mints instead of a weapon! LoL! Coach Hedge was the second funniest satyr((After Grover)) ever!
It takes place at Camp Half Blood where all the fun begun. It has awesome excitement, adventure, and mystery. There is confessing and kick-butt.
I compared this to the very first Percy Jackson book, and this one is WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY better. The first one has fun and excitement, but his one has new characters and adventure.
I recommend it to young and adult readers who are in to Greece and Percy Jackson.(less)
OH MY GOSH!!!!!!!! I WANT MORE, MORE, MORE!!! Rick Riordan once again has worked his magic. I loved the conversation that happened near the end where Frank said his grandmother's house is, "Just over the river and through the woods," LoL! Haha, go Rick!
P.S. To Rick: YOU MADE ME A GREEK FREAK! THANK YOU!!! GO PERCY JACKSON!!(less)
This AWESOME book is the first in the Kingdom Keepers series. It takes place where Disneyworld is, Orlando, Florida!(A.k.a, Disney!) Compared to the other books in the series, I think that this one is second best(Fourth one is awesome-er or the one where Finn uses the sword).
I liked that this book took place at Disney and that it was with kids twelve years old instead of seventeen. Adventure was good, also, Maybeck's sarcastic comments keep you laughing. The main struggle in this book is the Keepers trying to stop the Disney villain, Maleficent. Btw, She's going dooooooown!
The ending was a very well written and made me snatch the second book straight away(No seriously, I was begging!). I liked the ending because, 1.) it was well written, 2.) everybody lived, 3.) I'm going to stop listing because otherwise this will get too long.
I recommend this for kids between 7-15, Disney fans, maybe even adults!!!(less)
The Keepers, Finn, Willa, Maybeck, Philby, and Charlene are in for a ride! Along with Jes and Amanda of course.
The Kingdom Keepers have a problem: the person who made them able to cross over at night, head Imagineer, has gone missing. Where is Wayne? Finn and the Keepers must find their friend. Afraid he's been Wayne-napped by Overtakers, they go to Jes. Wayne is the main conflict in this book, and Jes is going to help lead the Keepers to him.
This book is the third in the Kingdom Keepers series. I'll compare it to the first. This one............BETTER. This book is better than the first, and you'll find out why. Here's why: The conflict. The characters. It keeps going and keep me on the floor because I keep falling out of my seat.
I liked that Ridley used the rides, and different parks in one books. Alright, you see on the cover a kid hanging onto a snake. Yeah, sorry but I can't say what will happen. I can tell you about the teams. Overtakers: Villains who want to take over the parks. They want darkness and nightmares to have their run on the roller coasters. The Keepers: Five teens who are DHIs. During the night, when they sleep, they cross over into the parks and fight the Overtakers, keeping them at bay. They find out their plans, and stop them. The Fairlies: People who have cool powers. 'A curse' they call it.
The book had cool twists, turns, and excitement. There's more adventure and problems as the Keepers get further into the Overtakers plan.
The ending is...Cool-O. I liked it, I loved it, you will to. No objections. Can't say more otherwise I'll spoil it.
I recommend this book to people who have read the previous books. People 9-Adult will love it, along with tweens, teens, and Disney lovers.(less)
Two words(Well four if you count the two before). Awesome. Cliffhanger.
This book is the fourth in the Kingdom Keepers series, written by Ridley Pearso...moreTwo words(Well four if you count the two before). Awesome. Cliffhanger.
This book is the fourth in the Kingdom Keepers series, written by Ridley Pearson. It takes place on the Disney cruise ship, The Dream and The Fantasy. Kingdom Keepers are now traveling from Orlando, Florida and across the Panama Canal to California.
The Keepers, Finn, Willa, Maybeck, Philby, and Charlene along with their two friend Jes and Amanda, have a new adventure on their hands.
The book had amazing conflict and twists that I didn't see coming. I couldn't figure it out except for when the author told me(Haha!) and I can usually see who the culprit or what's going to happen before the end of the book. The main conflict in this book is hard to place, but you'll see when you read it it's this. Why do the Overtakers want a certain item and why are they on the ship? Finn has the most conflict in this book, and you'll see why.
I'll compare the first book of this amazing series to this one. I think I like this one better. There's more conflict, more problems the Keepers have to face, and it has an awesome ending, but the ending also made me go into shock.
Speaking of the ending, I have to say I did enjoy it. True, I did go into shock when I read it and re-read it to make sure I got it right...But it was still good. I thought the series was over then and there, but then I heard two more books are coming and I was jumping up and down like a crazy person(No! I am not crazy!).
I liked the characters in the books, but I found I didn't like two of them as much any more, and they are not Overtakers. Finn, as always, is awesome, but I found some of his personality changed. Amanda.....Is amazing. That's all I can say. New characters are introduced in this book to, but I won't say who.
I would definitely recommend this book to around 10-Adult. People who enjoyed the previous books of this series should read this one. Tweens and teens will lie it to. Heck! Adults will LOVE it!!! (less)
My favorite characters have to be Finn and Jess. Finn for his problem solving and how he acts in bad situations((Maybe being cute too. LoL!)). Jess for helping out after her being released from the spell of Maleficent in book one.
This book is about the Overtakers coming up with a plan to release their leaders from prison. Finn and the gang have to figure out the problem fat, or else the enemy wins.
I recommend this book for Disney lovers and action lovers.(less)
This book is the second in the Kingdom Keepers series. It takes place in Orlando, Florida. The home Disney World and its Animal Kingd...moreO.M.G. Give me!!!
This book is the second in the Kingdom Keepers series. It takes place in Orlando, Florida. The home Disney World and its Animal Kingdom. Compared to the first book, this one is second. The first one had a sense of still figuring it out that made it exciting, but it was close. This one, the second book, the Keepers were still figuring some stuff out, but knew what they were doing.
I liked that it had some good conflicts and surprises. I loved that there were a good few different point of views and mystery. The main struggle in this book is the Keepers trying to find the computer server at Animal Kingdom that the Overtakers have taken over. If one of the Keepers falls asleep, they'll be in SBS, permanently.
The ending was what I would call, "GIVE ME THE THIRD BOOK NOW!" It could be what people call a cliffhanger, making me want the second book because of the unfinished business between Maleficent and Finn.
I recommend this book for readers 9-15, young adult, Disney fans, and people who loved the first book. (less)