4 stars - YA Urban Fantasy
I loved this book and sadly, this is the final installment of Percy Jackson. Of course, inside my heart, I want more Percy Jackson. The story about Greek gods and demigods are so interesting.
Percy is the main character in this story however, I focused more on Luke-Kronos part. I just felt bad about Luke for having such fate in his life. Like things are already set in motion. He sounds like a good guy. No, in fact, he is a good guy but the feeling of betrayal has made him into a person he himself not wish to become. The gods are infuriatingly annoying. Always thinking about themselves first rather than bothering with the children, those demigods. Ironically, they ignored them but it's the hero they needed.
There's a part about Annabeth and Percy. Honestly, I still couldn't accept they fact that these two like each other because I felt that they're just friends. Why do I feel that these two aren't suit with each other? Overall, the story goes well. I liked it better than Book 4. The adventures in it more exciting and thrilling. There's some part with sense of humour included. Honestly, I couldn't hold my laugh sometimes whilst reading it.