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[Book Review] The Blood of Olympus

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By: John Henry V. De Guzman (10-Xavier)

There are many books that I have read and enjoyed like novels with genres such as romance, adventure, history, and many more. But the book that I really enjoyed the most and left a mark on me is the last book of the Heroes of Olympus series, The Blood of Olympus.

 

This series is the second batch of books that Rick Riordan had written ever since the Percy Jackson series. This is due to the large amount of fans that have been requesting him to make a new set of books for a continuation. To be honest, I am one of them. Ever since I started reading the first book of the series of the second batch, The Lost Hero, I loved it and continued reading it until I reached my favorite book in the series.

I like all the books of the Heroes of Olympus but the last one is my most favorite. I recommend everyone to read it without skipping the other books because it will ruin the story for two reasons. First, all of the books are about these demigods from two teams: the demigods from the Roman gods’ side and the demigods from the Greek gods’ side.


Last Updated on Friday, 07 October 2016 15:29

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