The House of Hades
Publish date: October 9th 2013
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Pages no: 701
Edition language: English
Series: The Heroes of Olympus (#4)
Again, I lost my notes on The House of Hades. I vaguely remember comparing it to the Harry Potter series as I was reading this one.* While the book feels dangerous, I don't know that I ever believed any of the characters would die. I like that we hear the story from several characters, but sometim...
Fabulous. Riordan tells an amazing story and he keeps the pace up from start to finish. You never really want to put the book down until you're done.
Percy and Annabeth Well, the two heroes that I like best are back (they get their storyline). They go through the depths of the evilest place in the world and happen to make a few friends while they’re at it also. The other heroes all go through their quests with their quirks and their powers beginn...
Our heroes struggle alone on their impossible quest. I really liked how much we learned about Nicco in this book. I loved how Leo changed through out the story and has become a mire in-depth character. Audiobook note: there is a different reader for this book and he talks SO Slow so I ended listeni...
This one was just okay.