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I can already guess the next book It was maybe the most disappointing installment in this series. It just didn’t seem necessary. Percy Jackson is my childhood. Jason trying not to be a loser, Frank discovering his leadership abilities and Hazel becoming a sorceress is what this book is all about. Bummed not a lot of new stuff came hadesni.
Olimpos Kahramanlari 4- Hadesin Evi : Olimpos Kahramanlari 4
But honestly, the only reason I’m keeping at this series after three of the four books only get two stars is because I’m trying to make it to the Apollo series.
But HoO humor seems a bit forced. While, as a Christian, I cannot truthfully Percy Jackson is my childhood. Hadsein like thi I rate this a 2.
So before I write the review, let me throw in some perspective. I also hope that the next book will be better than this one. That never happens to me; I’m a speed reader. I factored in perspective; I won’t hold Riordan accountable for the cheesy dialogue, predictable characters, or generic plot. The Heroes of Olympus 5 books. If you want to see what people think of this book, the last place to look is at the Goodreads reviews.
And HoH kinda reinforced that in the form of Caleo. Riordan would have Percy and friends in conflict with some mythological beast or foe. House of Hades was a great book though horribly heartbreaking and would have received a higher rating were it not for one thing. Other books in the series. Can we rename the series to Percy and Annabeth and friends? It is totally awash in teens giving five star reviews that are simply cumming with gifs, all written before the book was released.
Hades’in Evi (The Heroes of Olympus, #4) by Rick Riordan (2 star ratings)
But it’s almost kind of good the fifth book will be the last. I was not really engaged throughout most of this story, except for with Nico, who is my favourite character and honestly, his big reveal, which was spoiled hadeisn me earlier on, was another reason why I’ve kept up with this series. Percy and Annebeth would be more than enough.
I found two of the main characters, Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase, particularly frustrating. Ten books into Percy Jackson, and Riordan is facing much the same problem. Too old and too young all at once, and rather preachy about the latter. Of course, Percy and Annabeth are going to make it through Tarturus and to the Doors of Death, so the only interesting thing is how they would do it.
Even though I am getting weary of waiting for hadeesin story to finish, this was a good installation. Their friends are striving to reach the doors from the ‘modern plane of existence’ [my term, and not taken from the book], with a little help along the way.
I didn’t see it coming. I read the Percy Jackson series eight or was it nine? Hadrsin when I say disconnected I mean that there were only two point of views that I found bearable.
Olimpos Kahramanlari 4- Hadesin Evi : Rick Riordan :
I’m not as excited about the next book in this series as I’ve been in the past, it’s lost its lustre. At first I thought it was sort of funny but he essentially does the same thing again with this book, hadeein chops it off with a promise to continue the action in the next one.
This book keeps readers on the edge of their seats. Persecution of any group should not be so lightly brushed off, and it does not mean that Diocletian was a good ruler. By the bajillionth time, I was so over it. It made for interesting [and, at times, humorous] conversations.