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Percy Jackson and The Last Olympian
Most people get presents on their sixteenth birthday. I get a prophecy that could save or destroy the world. That's how it is when you're the son of Poseidon, God of the Sea. According to an ancient prophecy, bad things will happen when I turn sixteen - because I'm the one who gets to decide the fate of the entire world. But no pressure. This is the one where Kronos, Lord of the Titans, is beginning his attack on New York City, where Mount Olympus stands virtually unguarded. Oh, and the dreaded (and not to mention enormous) monster Typhon is also heading our way. So it's me and forty of my demigod friends versus untold evil . . .
Rick Riordan has made this book so thrilling that I hung onto his every word. Its so magical, funny, sad and happy.
an amazing book
Percy jackson is in way over his head now. The Titan Lord Kronos has risen from the verry depths of Tarturus and seeks revenge on his children, the gods. percy has one chance to stop kronos from destroying the gods. to save the gods and the world percy must seek out an ancient power, a power that only two others have ever possesed. but if he fails, the gods will fall and the world will be enslaved by the lord of time
This is one good book anyone who has read any of Rick Riordans books will agree with me I LOVE this book and I recomend it to anyone keep reading the series is awesome!
This Percy Jackson is full of action, there are many tragedies but it all ends well. Percy manages to finally defeat Kronos, but there is a giant twist that will leave you hanging. Luckily the original three mange to survive and Olympus doesn't get destroyed. I really enjoyed this book, I liked how you never know what is going to happen next and all the twists and turns throughout the novel. I give this novel five stars becuase it was written well and the plot was extremely good. I Also liked how the author managed to bring a certain anticipation throughout the novel for the end of the book.