I have been writing about this series for the past 3 blog posts. So as you know they are all written by Rick Riordan, who also wrote the Kane Chronicles, the next series, and the Magnus Chase series which I have been told are very good. This book was written in 2013. As I wrote earlier, he wants us to believe that there are things around us that we just can’t see. (I have said this in review #4).
For a description of the characters you should read review 6
Here, the demigods don’t seem to be making much headway with their quest. Nico, Reyna, and Coach Hedge may seem to have it easy, but a mysterious hunter may try to interfere, kill them, and take the Athena Parthenon. As they near the Country of Greece they must fight more enemies than they ever have before. When they reach Greece, they must fight all of the giants without spilling a drop of blood from both a male and a female demigod. The demigods are in a sad mood, though, because they know one of them must die to stop Gaea from rising from the earth and destroying them all. There is a way, though, for the person who has to survive – it is a vial of liquid called the Physiologist Cure. When created by a God it will bring back the dead.
I don’t want to spoil the book, but it was very emotional when the person died.
This book was a nonstop action book it had a satisfying ending. I feel like the books are getting progressively better as the series went along. Even if it ended with a little bit of intrigue which guaranteed a new series or book.