Percy Jackson and The Olympians: The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan Book Review

The Sea of Monsters  - Rick Riordan



Now I'm gonna be reviewing Percy Jackson and The Olympians: The Sea of Monsters, which is the second book in the Percy Jackson and The Olympians series by Rick Riordan.


In this book Thalia's tree has been poisoned, and Percy, Annabeth, and Percy's [spoiler] new half brother, Tyson (Who happens to be a cyclops) need to go into the Sea of Monsters and get the Golden Fleece to save the tree. And they have to save Grover who was kidnapped by a cyclops.


In case you can't tell, I'm a huge Percabeth shipper. And in this book we get more Percabeth foreshadowing then we had in the first book. Percy and Annabeth are so cute together.


To be honest, I was a little disappointed in Percy in the first several chapters of this book. After Percy found out that Tyson was his half brother, he was a little ashamed of it. I love Percy, I really, really, really love Percy, but that seemed really rude, that's my opinion. Other then that, Percy was AWESOME! 


Annabeth was also very awesome. I just love Annabeth and Percy's relationship.


I love Grover in this book.  I think it's funny that Grover was wearing a wedding dress so that the cyclops wouldn't know that he's a satyr, and he's sending Percy telepathic messages telling him to hurry up and save him.


Clarisse ticked me off in this book, she needs to learn to keep her mouth shut.  I'm not the only who thought this when reading the book, right?


I love Tyson. I love how how looks up to Percy (even though Tyson is at least six feet tall).


I like the part when Percy got turned into a guinea pig; and when Percy saved Annabeth from the sirens.