Friday, 8 May 2015

Percy Jackson And The Titans Curse-A Book Review||❤

Percy Jackson and the Titans Curse
By Rick Riordan
Publication Date: January 1st 2007
Rating: 5/5 stars
Warning: Spoilers in this review

But when you're the son of a Greek god, it happens. And now my friend Annabeth is missing, a goddess is in chains and only five half-blood heroes can join the quest to defeat the doomsday monster.

Oh, and guess what? The Oracle has predicted that not all of us will survive...

My Thoughts...
Don't even get me started on this bloody brilliant series of books! I feel like the series get better and better as it goes along. It's not like of those predictable books where you can guess the whole book from the top of your head and you sigh as everything you said was correct. Definitely not with this book. I felt like getting out my fake sword and slaying some monsters. Rick Riordan never fails to impress me with this amazing series.

I was seriously fangirling in this book at the Annabeth and Percy moments. When they were dancing together at the school dance and they lost track of time when they together. I had to literally put my fist in my mouth to stop myself from screaming! It was like the cutest moment ever and I was singing 'Kiss The Girl' from The Little Mermaid in my head because I am a sad person and have no life (I watch to much disney). I loved how Percy noticed how much prettier Annabeth had gotten and when he was so determined to find Annabeth no matter what even if it meant that he had to sneak out of Camp Demigod. I also found it funny how each God and person was hinting that Percy loved Annabeth and he stood there confused for ages.

Also, in this book more Gods were seen and incorporated into the book. What made things more interesting was that Thalia had now come back to life in the previous book so it meant that her and Percy had to work as a team which didn't go as planned. It also made me want to read more and more of the series because now we don't know who the prophecy is for. Thalia and Percy are both children of different Gods of the big three which means that both of them are in equally as much danger. We also learn about Thalia's past and how she isn't as happy as she might seem as she doesn't feel like her father appreciates her enough.

Overall, I think that this book is a wonderful third installment to the series andI can't wait to read more of it!!

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  1. I loved this series, it was hilarious! Happy reading :)

  2. Ahaha I am so glad you are still loving these books! Honestly, each one is brilliantly amazing!!! I love the song Kiss the Girl in The Little Mermaid <-- a brilliant Disney movie and the accent of Sebastian is perfect for the song.

  3. This is my favorite book in the series and I'm so glad that you liked it too! I of course love all the PJO books but its this one where I got to meet Zoe! Have you read the Heroes of Olympus series?