Book Review by a 9 Year Old: The Son of Neptune

because camp half-blood has orange shirts

the pen is blue because Poseidon lives in water…BAM!

because at camp half-blood, they wear orange shirts

because at camp half-blood, they wear orange shirts

The Son of Neptune is one of Rick Riordan’s books.  It is a series of Percy Jackson.  But, this series is another one, it still has Percy Jackson in it, the series is called the Heroes of Olympus.  It is one of my favorite books because Rick Riordan turns non-fiction into fiction.  It has gods which is part of the non-fiction, but how he turns it into fiction is when he makes people have powers.  I like how they create cool weapons.  Hades has two scythes.  And how Zeus has a lightning bolt, and that’s fiction because you can’t hold a lightning bolt.  Poseidon has a trident which allows him to control water and be able to breathe underwater.  If it is freezing cold water and if he doesn’t want to get wet, he can think that and he won’t get wet.  An interesting fact about Poseidon is that he created horses and Cyclopes.  In the second book of the Percy Jackson series you find out that a nymph and a god make a Cyclops.  Percy has a pen and when he clicks it, it turns into a mythical sword.  And I think that Satyrs are funny.  I think that Rick Riordan is really good.  That is why you should read this book.

This book gets 8 out of 10 drachmas.

*A review by Random Grace

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