Here's my book review for The Son of Neptune, which is second book in The Heroes of Olympus series book Rick Riordan.
PERCY JACKSON IS BACK!!! In this book, Percy, like Jason, has no memory of his past, the only thing he does remember if Annabeth. He finds himself at Camp Jupiter, a camp for Roman demigods. There he befriends Frank, a son of Mars, and Hazel, a daughter of Pluto, and they go on a quest to free the god of death who's name I don't remember how to spell.
Percy kind of matured since the PJO series, but he's still the same funny Percy we know and love. It's so sweet how he remembers Annabeth. Who else loved that? And he had a dream with Grover in it! I love Grover! Also, I love his relationship with Frank and Hazel.
I love Frank. For a son of Mars the god of war, Frank really isn't a violent person unlike most children of the war god. He's doesn't have a lot of confidence in himself and he's kind of shy, but I love him anyway. And I love him and Hazel as a couple. I'm a huge Frazel shipper.
Hazel is also really cool. She is also Nico di Angelo's half sister, I love that plot twist! I really love Hazel's and Nico's relationship!
I liked seeing Nico again but I didn't like that that he pretended not to know Percy.
I like Reyna, I think she's pretty cool. I hate Octavian! He's so creepy! I still don't like Hera, or Juno, whatever.
This book was really funny. I thought it was funny that Percy didn't like Hazel's horse's potty mouth. I also like Ella, and that we saw Tyson and Mrs O'Leary.
And that's all I have to say about The Son of Neptune.