I want this book because it really seems like something I would read. I've read books like this like Al Capone does my shirt and holes and this book sounds just as interesting and griping. I also don't actually read a lot of historical fictions, so it would be and interesting contribution to my library. Despite weather I win this contest or not I know I'm getting this book!
This book really knows what its like to not just be a child, but to be human. It's ingenious on no one being the bad guy and its switching of perspectives. Its about kindness and humanity. Its just a really bad situation for a pretty extraordinary kid. I know that this wont be the last time that I read it, and its something that will stick with me forever.
This book is about a really ordinary kid with an extraordinary perspective. It knows what it's like to be a kid and what its like to be a human being. No one is really the antagonist. There all just human and you feel real empathy for them. It inspires kindness without you even realizing it, and it just keeps getting better the more I read it.
This Book clearly shows that Rick Riordan's craft in story telling. With new myths, new characters, and new themes that are being introduced in his writing. There getting funnier, more enlightening, and I can't wait to read more of his work. And to see more of Magnus, Samiriah, Blitzen, Hearthstone, and Jack.