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The sea of monsters

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Riordan, Rick.
Rating:
4.666665
5
Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters was the second book in the thrilling series. Percy Jackson, the son of Poseidon, continues his epic quest to fulfill his destiny. He teams up with his demigod friends to retrieve the Golden Fleece. The Golden Fleece has the power to restore the shields that once protected their home. I enjoyed this book because it displayed irony, anticipation, and creativity. 5 stars!
Ethan Larcher (Preston Library)
09/10/17
5
It took me one week to read the first book. The Sea of Monsters only took me two days. I could not put the book down. The book was much better then the movie. There was much more detail about the characters and the book had many interesting things that were left out of the movie. I am glad I read the book otherwise I would not have know the real written story.
Isabella (Queen's Square Library)
02/02/15
4
I really liked this book even if it wasn't the strongest it was one of the most creative. Traveling to the Sea of Monsters, Percy and his friends face many more challenges of strength of mind and body.Alot it tested on the waters of the Bermuda Triangle a mysterious place in the PJ world and there was never a dull moment. Riordan has yet again successfully woven a wonderful tale of danger, betrayal, humor and myth into a fantastic book.
Aisha (Clemens Mill Library)
02/02/15
4
This book was not as good as the first book but I still liked it.
Audrey (Clemens Mill)
02/02/15
5
Percy Jackson and the sea of monsters was an exciting book with an interesting plot and much action throughout it. A great book with much information about Greek mythology.
Natalie (Queen's Square)
02/02/15
5
go on an adventure to the mysterious bermuda triangle and see waht lies within. in this book percy and annabeth set out on an adventure to the bermuda triangle where grover is being held hostage to be married to a cyclops. percy also get to meet his brother who is also a cyclops named tyson. this a great book just like the first and the rest.
bilal (Clemens Mill)
02/02/15