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The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan
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Oct 20, 2011

it was amazing
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Read from October 08 to 20, 2011 — I own a copy

A very good continuation of the story. We get to see what happened to Percy and we get to learn the ins and outs of the Roman demigod camp. Percy seems to have gained some new abilities that manifest later in the story. Much of the mystery is a bit lost because we know who Percy is and we already know why he is suddenly running for the Roman camp. Those who read The Lost Hero will also know who the Romans are talking about when they go on about how Jason has been missing for a long time. You do need to read the first book in the series but this story definitely has plenty of new material to keep the die hard Percy Jackson fans from feeling like they are reading the same old stuff.

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10/08/2011 page 12
10/17/2011 page 337
66.0% "This book takes a very interesting take on harpies. Don't think I am going to take an approach like that, but it fits this series very well."
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