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What the community says about The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians)
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- "This is a really cool novel about child-age fantasy heroes. I got it for my son and I he really liked it. The text is readable for someone as young as six, but at the same time I'm sure if a six year old reads it they will greatly improve their reading skills. Highly recommended, in fact I would recommend that every school library have it in stock."
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- "In this second adventure in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, Percy and his friends travel to the Sea of Monsters encountering many dangers along the way. In all, there are five books in this series, which is designed for children in middle school. Lots of adventure to fuel your child's imagination."
- "This is Rick Riordan most amazing book. Its hard to usually visualize ancient monsters. Riordan did a great job creating memorable creatures. I enjoyed this book"
- "This is a great book for younger readers--like little kids. My eighth grader was bored three pages in. If you think about it, the book is targeted at grades 6-9. Well, 9th grade is high school! There's a lot of maturity difference in those years. My eighth grader is reading adult books, and this book he said was childish and dull. He found the entire series to be like a "kid's cartoon" and just couldn't get into it. It's rich in fantasy and has a well-developed universe, but is just really better for younger kids, maybe late elementary school or very early middle school. "
- "For me this book did not live up to the hype. I am a big fan of greek mythology, but I felt that writer Rick Riordan was uninspiring. I know other people that enjoy this novel a lot, but I just could not get into it. A few of my friends that suggested it were surprised that I didn't like it. What can I say, not for me."
- "I'm not really a fan of mythology but a close friend told me this book would change my mind about the genre, but this book did not do much for me personally. The monsters in the book did not seem scary to me as they were intended to be. The main characters were rather bland as well, which made it hard for me to care what happened to them. I could not read the book for long stretches at home due to boredom, so I had to take breaks to either watch television or listen to music before I continued to read. It is definitely not one of the better mythology books I have read."
- "Percy Jackson's The Sea of Monsters is the second volume in a series of books my teenagers have been devouring, and they have told me the book stands as one of their favorites in the series. I've read the book myself, and it has loads of interesting character development that will keep young readers engaged. The main characters are very easy to empathize with, and the sense of adventure one feels while going through the book is very refreshing. Overall, a very appropriate pick for teen readers!"