Thursday, 21 November 2013

The Mark of Athena

Even though it was a slow start ( Percy and Annabeth meeting again and when the warship arrived in camp jupiter ), it was a lot better afterwards. I really liked this book because almost all of them had interactions with gods that not everybody knew about and how Nico Di Angelo actually knew about the existence of both camps but managed to not say anything about Percy's appearance.
This book has also several quests: The mark of Athena, to close the doors of death which also means killing the two giants and stop Gaea. I also liked the fact that part of the quest was not finished at the end of the book yet, to be continued in The House of Hades.

Taken by me

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