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The Titan's Curse by Rick Riordan
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Apr 10, 10

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, mythology, young-adult, actionadventure
Read from October 30, 2009 to April 10, 2010, read count: 1

I thoroughly enjoyed this third installment in the Percy Jackson series! "The Titan's Curse" introduces us to many new characters and we really seem to learn "where the series is going." By the end, Percy's future seems fairly laid out.

While I admit that I'm not as much a fan of the Percy books as many, I did find myself pretty wrapped up in the story (especially towards the end) and a little sorry when it was over. Riordan did keep me guessing, and I was surprised at a few of the outcomes of this adventure.

Definitely the Percy books are fast reads! I really do think there is an adventure in 90% of the chapters (if not all of them...), but they seem important, and each progresses either the story line or the characters' developments.

I'm anxious to read the next installment, and, as always, I appreciate Riordan's ability to weave in mythology in such an entertaining way!

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Reading Progress

10/30/2009 page 16
5.0% "Read chp 1 while waiting for Mom at the dentist ;D Took me a sec to recall where bk 2 ended, but after I quickly got back into the story."
04/06/2010 page 225
70.31% "Thanks to another airline flight, got in a quite a bit more reading."
04/09/2010 page 250
78.13% "I do believe there's an adventure in every chapter ;->"
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X I'm glad this was good! :)


message 2: by Ann (new) - rated it 4 stars

Ann Yeah, me too!


message 3: by Jordan (new) - added it

Jordan Swainson I felt the same way at the end of this book. I don't really like to read so at the end of the book I was like, "ugh finally it’s over", but at the same time I didn't want it to end. It was a thrilling and just period… a great book. It's interesting(I think) to all ages that read it and it's educational and has its funny moments. I would highly recommend this book to all of my friends. But I must admit after the book, Sea of Monsters, I became a Percy book fan. This is an awesome book and I loved it.


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