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Son of Neptune the Graphic Novel Heroes of Olympus Book 2

Son of Neptune the Graphic Novel Heroes of Olympus Book 2

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  • PDF | Unknown pages
  • Puffin (2017)
  • English
  • 2
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  • By curly fry 805 on February 27, 2017

    Good, but to truly enjoy the hero's of Olympus story you have to read the word for word books because you miss out on the emotions and jokes at certain parts. I recommend using the graphic novels as a way of rereading the series without actually rereading the thousands of pages.

  • By Daniel on February 21, 2017

    The novel is my favorite of all the Percy Jackson stories, so I was very excited to see a graphic version. But the bottom line is that way too much from the text is missing, poorly represented, or changed for the worse. So many wonderful scenes are not present in this version, moments that bring the fantasy world of the Greek and Roman Demi gods to life. Also, sadly, most of the humor is missing as well.

  • By Kindle Customer on April 19, 2017

    I think that this book has a lot of potential and that it has a lot of different quality's that's my review

  • By J.P. on March 20, 2017

    I bought this because my son was staring at any screen he could find and claiming he "had nothing to read!" Seriously folks, after taking a forced xbox break, he was staring at the microwave one day and I swear he was hoping it would do something more entertaining that warming up his oatmeal. Well, Rick Riordan to the rescue! I only wish he could turn out these new novels about once a week, because despite the above complaints about all things screen related, my kid flies through Riordan's books and has reread them all many times.

  • By dolce on July 9, 2017

    Even thought the story was from the chapter book, the graphic designs were different from the previous series, it was a good book. I hope they would make another one.

  • By M. Heiss on July 7, 2017

    I enjoyed this book. it added a sense of urgency I didn't feel in the normal version, however, I wish it was longer.

  • By Patricia Nowlin on December 5, 2017

    always a great writer love reading his books


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