The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan+

The Last Olympian, by Rick Riordan+last-olympian

     Percy is frightened it is almost his 16th birthday and he is hoping he is not the child the rises or ruins Mount Olympus. The titan Kronos is battle ready. And Percy has to defend Mount Olympus without the gods because they are off battling the giant Typhon.

Bottom Line: This Percy Jackson book has the most fighting and dying. This book is not as scary but you have some really big scary moments. I think this book is for 4th and higher just because of how much fighting there is.

Rating: 🙂

I’m Going to give you guys a little treat.

This is the great prophecy!

A half-blood to the eldest gods

Shall reach sixteen against all odds  

And see the world in endless sleep

The hero’s soul, cursed blade shall reap

A single choice shall end his days

Olympus to preserve or raze.

Tell me is you liked me giving you the prophecy, please.

The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan+

battle-of-the-labyrinthThe Battle of the Labyrinth, by Rick Riordan+

It’s freshman orientation for Percy, and he’s not expecting it to be any fun. But when he is pursued by demon cheerleaders and meets a mysterious mortal acquaintance, it doesn’t get any better. He makes his way to Camp Half-blood to find that monsters are about to penetrate its once impenetrable borders. He and his friends have to go into the labyrinth to find the creator of this horrifyingly hard maze and most likely won’t find their way out in time  to save to world from the Titans. Can they do it? Read and see!

Bottom line: As I will always say, it does have fights and deaths. I also will say that the books are increasingly scary. Although they are so worth it. I would say this book is for 4th, 5th, or higher because they are scary!

Rating: 🙂