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The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan
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Jan 08, 12

bookshelves: fantasy, fiction, ya, youth
Read in January, 2012

Summary: Percy Jackson is back, and no matter how much you know about his story, he doesn't know any of it. He's being chased by monsters that won't seem to die, then he has to save an old woman while he fights, until he tumbles his way into a camp for half-bloods, a camp for Roman half-bloods. With a new cast of crazy characters and the same gods with new names and personalities, the plot is beginning to thicken for Percy.

Why I read this book: I don't know. I keep reading these Percy Jackson books even though (a) they're all the same, (b) I can't remember the salient details of the previous books so I'm often confused, and (c) I don't really like them.

Review: Meh. It's like all the others. But I was so unexcited that it took me 3 months to finish it. Its a good adventure story, good for tweens. It's nothing more.
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