Illustration: Bardiya Salehpour, 5Am (September 2018)

Riordan, Rick: Percy Jackson and the Olympians. The Titan’s curse.


The book the Titan’s Curse starts with Percy Jackson, Thalia Grace, Grover Underwood, and Annabeth Chase going to a school dance. They go there because Grover senses trouble. As soon as they go to the dance, Grover points out the set of brother and sister demigods. Before they even notice, the brother and sister are gone. Percy, being the only one who notices, goes to look for them by himself. When he goes from hallway to hallway, he finally finds Nico and Bianca di Angelo, being guided by the school principal, Dr. Thorn. No one knows, but Dr. Thorn is a monster. Artemis wants to kill Dr. Thorn, but she is captured. Percy and his friends visit the Oracle to get help. The Oracle tells them a prophecy. Grover, Thalia, Zoe (a hunter), Percy, and Bianca, must complete the prophecy, and save Artemis and Annabeth. Then the prophecy will be completed.

I like this book, because it has so many exciting and thrilling scenes. It is almost never boring. The language isn’t too difficult to understand even though there were some words I didn’t know. I give it 4 of 5 stars because I like the book, but magic is usually not really my thing.

Riordan, Rick: Percy Jackson and the Olympians. The Titan’s curse.

Pages: 352

Rating: ****

Signatur: FE.J / RIO

© Review and Illustration: Bardiya Salehpour, 5Am (September 2018)