El último héroe del Olimpo (Percy Jackson y los dioses del Olimpo, #5)
The half-bloods have been preparing for war with the Titans for a year even though they know the odds are against them. Kronos's army continues to grow stronger and he becomes more powerful. Meanwhile, as the Olympians try to contain the wild monster Typhon, Kronos moves toward New York City,... show more
The half-bloods have been preparing for war with the Titans for a year even though they know the odds are against them. Kronos's army continues to grow stronger and he becomes more powerful. Meanwhile, as the Olympians try to contain the wild monster Typhon, Kronos moves toward New York City, where Mount Olympus is left practically unattended. In this final book of the amazingly popular series, will Percy Jackson fulfill the prophecy about his 16th birthday or fight against his destiny?
Publish date: 2010
Pages no: 352
Edition language: Spanish
Overall this was a satisfying end to the series. There's so much action, and it's so good. The series isn't perfect by any means, but it was definitely worth the reread. The rest of this post is just a list of rambling notes/questions/observations so it's all going under a cut. Potential spoiler...
Super quick "review" for a book that took me way too long to get through (no fault of the book's, I assure you). A mostly satisfying end to an entertaining series. Perhaps I shouldn’t call it the end, though, as the last chapter sets up the sequel series. Percy’s a nice guy, but I’m a little tired o...
I probably enjoyed this one just as much as the others. I like Rachel's fate. I like the fate-themed twist at the end. I like the promise the gods made at the end. I thought it was weird how they handled the spy situation. Every once and a while they'd be like, "Well, this sucks. We have a spy."...
Okay, so, I think this last book was just COMPLETELY INSANE. I didn’t like Nico in The Battle of the Labyrinth but I liked him in this one. Also, the Gods, like before are all just being so completely unreasonable. [spoiler] Like, did Hades really need to try and kidnap Percy so that Nico could fu...
Percy and the gang certainly have come a long way since The Lightning Thief. I waited for a long time before reading starting this series, because I tend to avoid books that get a lot of hype. But eventually, I caved and read it. And I'm so glad I did. Some of the battle scenes got dull after a wh...
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