Book Review: Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard – The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan

Ever since I finished the Percy Jackson series, I felt more inspired to continue my own writing. The infusion of Greek mythology and modern day life (modern for the time I suppose) was a fun twist. When I picked up Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard box set, I imagined that it would be … Continue reading Book Review: Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard – The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan

Book Review: Percy Jackson and The Olympians – The Last Olympian

The end of the Percy Jackson series, Percy Jackson and The Olympians - The Last Olympian is a fun and enjoyable read. It’s drenched in references and character growth that makes the series worth investing in. As much as I loved it though, there were still a few issues that could have made it the … Continue reading Book Review: Percy Jackson and The Olympians – The Last Olympian

Book Review: Percy Jackson and the Olympians – The Battle of The Labyrinth

Continuing the Percy Jackson series, The Battle of The Labyrinth feels a lot more action packed than the previous novels. There’s also a surprising amount of character development, however not all of it is for the best unfortunately. I will say however if you do read the book to ignore the reviews on the back … Continue reading Book Review: Percy Jackson and the Olympians – The Battle of The Labyrinth

Book Review: Percy Jackson and the Olympians – The Titan’s Curse

Continuing my journey through the Percy Jackson series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians – The Titan’s Curse proves to be an exciting and fun story. I didn’t expect to have my own perception of Greek heroes scrutinized to the degree we see here. I wasn’t expecting The Titan’s Curse to be as dark and complex … Continue reading Book Review: Percy Jackson and the Olympians – The Titan’s Curse

Book Review: Percy Jackson and The Olympians – The Sea of Monsters

The Percy Jackson series continues to surprise me with how much I’ve been enjoying it. I’ve always been a sucker for an Odyssey style of story, one where the heroes travel from place to place and explore the world. In that respect, The Sea of Monsters does not disappoint. While there is some more world building and … Continue reading Book Review: Percy Jackson and The Olympians – The Sea of Monsters