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** spoiler alert ** When I first heard about this series, I was reading fanfiction on Artemis Fowl, and after seeing the movie, I descided to give the books a shot. And boy was I right on that feeling. I have discovered a new favorite in my little list of favorites. I liked how Rick Riodran was capable of bending and twisting the Greek myths to fit along with his story, and make it as believable (and plausible) as possible. This gave the book a lovely flow of action, adventure, and what tales of old will we see next. I was at the edge of my seat (well bed), when I finished the first book, and was instantly picking up the second before I knew it. The mystery of what really was going on, and the sense of a more large threat was feelable. I praise any author who is capable of getting you to actually imagine if you were there and in there place. The author certainly did that, besides just giving us something good to read. Though the cover wasn't much, in fact I think they could have made the book's cover a bit better then that. The art was dull, but it gave a nice appeal to the book. And though people say never to judge a book by the cover, the cover art does matter some. It gives you an appeal. Like daring you to tempt reading it.. It did tempt me, but it was an hour before I actually picked it up to begin reading. The characters I liked, way better than the movie. Annabeth was not at all like her movie character, in my opinion her movie character made her seem a bit girlish and stupid to me. And I liked the fact that she was not at all like that. Sure a bit thick headed, but what smart elic isn't. Percy in my opinion was funny. Always getting into trouble, blamed, kicked out, and then having to go threw this. A sense of irony for him. Grover his best friend, though shy, I thought was a nice supporting character (I don't care if they say he was main, he felt more supporting then actual main character). The Greek gods being normally dressed I liked. It gave you a sense that though the are powerful beings they can act normal from time to time. I especially loved Percy's father's wear. All in all, this was a really good book to read, and I do so look forward to reading the final book when ever it gets back into the Lybrary.