THE LAST OLYMPIAN REVIEW

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     Here’s another review of the Percy Jackson series. The last and most epic book before the Heroes of Olympus series:
The grand finale. The biggest book of the series. And it happens to be my favorite. The Last Olympian is an epic last battle between Camp-Half Blood and Kronos. The greatness of this tale is too long to place in one review but I like that the battles were much bigger. From the first book, fighting a god was the biggest point but in this book Percy was fighting titans, large armies, demigods, and Kronos himself. Thankfully, with the help of Nico’s plan, which was to bathe in the River Styx and be…more The grand finale. The biggest book of the series. And it happens to be my favorite. The Last Olympian is an epic last battle between Camp-Half Blood and Kronos. The greatness of this tale is too long to place in one review but I like that the battles were much bigger. From the first book, fighting a god was the biggest point but in this book Percy was fighting titans, large armies, demigods, and Kronos himself. Thankfully, with the help of Nico’s plan, which was to bathe in the River Styx and become invincible, he was able to deal with the challenges. The amazing part of the story was that you see fully the background of each character from Luke to Hades to even Ethan Nakamura that change the traditions of Camp-Half Blood forever. You start to feel sympathy for the characters where you felt none or just a little before. I like the fact that when everything seems to be hopeless, especially after finally reading the Great Prophecy that have Percy in the bunches, things find a way to work things out. I also like the fact that the book wasn’t an end but a beginning to a new tale. And the fact that there’s a new Great Prophecy to deal with. All in all, I recommend you read it.
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