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The Son of Neptune (Heroes of Olympus, Book 2)

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  • What is Percy Jackson doing at Camp Jupiter and why is everyone calling him the Son of Neptune? Percy and his new friends, Roman demigods Frank and Hazel, must embark on a daring and mystical quest to battle beasts, giants, and gods. Will Percy ever regain his memory, uncover the meaning of the ancient prophecy, and reunite with Annabeth?

    Who are the other four mentioned in the prophecy? The answer may lie in another camp miles away, where a new camper has shown up and appears to be the son of Neptune, god of the sea…

  • I’ve read the whole series up to the Lost Hero in maybe 3 weeks. Now I can’t wait for the next one. And I’ve been lucky enough to just wait for only 2 months for the Son of Neptune. To satisfy my latest fandom and keep me a bit sane until the Mark of Athena arrives, I’d really love to have this in my possession.

    After reading son of neptune.. Yeah I finished reading it just now..
    I think I’d pick Greek camp., because (1) they are sorted based on their god parent, that gave them chance to mingle with their brothers and sisters (2) they don’t follow any rules in fighting, they just fight… And (3) I don’t like the way the romans treat their Fauns.. So there u go 🙂

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    I think I would most likely go for the Greek Half-Blood camp rather than the Roman version, because it is implied in the Lost Hero that the Romans were much more bloodthirsty and that the camp itself would be much more difficult to survive. I value my life, thank you very much, and the Greek half-blood camp sound a whole lot more fun. Then again, I haven’t read the Son of Neptune yet, so maybe I don’t know what I’m talking about.

Percy and Terminus~ The Son of Neptune

5Q 5P M J Riordan's original demigod hero returns to the spotlight in this highly anticipated second book in the Heroes of Olympus series. With two indestructible gorgons hunting him, an amnesiac Percy Jackson arrives at Camp Jupiter, the Roman equivalent of the secret Greek demigod camp, Camp Half-Blood. There he learns that Death has been imprisoned and that the titan Gaea is assembling an army of escaped souls and immortal monsters to reclaim the world from the gods. Percy embarks on a seemingly impossible quest to free Death before Gaea's army obliterates Camp Jupiter. At his side are two new Roman friends: Hazel Levesque, who conceals mysteries about her past, and Frank Zhang, who wonders about his immortal lineage and likewise harbors his own secrets. Together they journey to the land beyond the gods to fulfill a prophecy and to each assume a role as one of the seven heroes of Olympus. Riordan's seamless weaving of various cultural mythologies into a modern landscape continues to shine in Son of Neptune. As in previous books, the plot is engrossing, the characters robust and compelling. Percy, Frank, and Hazel alternate as narrators without missing a beat of pace, suspense, or humor. Readers will find themselves automatically consumed by the story without having read the first book, though some knowledge of Percy's previous adventures will help fill in minor gaps of background information. Son of Neptune is yet another absorbing and exciting addition to Riordan's chronicles.-Grace Enriquez.—VOYA