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 spoilers for all Percy Jackson books from TheLightning Thief to The Last Olympian here.
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 of hanging out with him. Just in case he’s in Heroes of Olympus, I think I’d better take a break before diving in.
"And I know some of you might be thinking: aren't all demigods related on the godly side, and doesn't that make dating gross? But the thing is, the godly side of your family doesn't count genetically speaking, since gods don't have DNA. A demigod would never think about dating someone who had the same godly parent. Like two kids from Athena cabin? No way. But a daughter of Aphrodite and a son of Hephaestus? They're not related. So it's no problem."
NICE TRY, RIORDAN. BUT IT'S TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE.
Behold! My unconvinced face: