The following guest book review was written by Daniel H., age 15, who discusses what he thinks of “The Blood of Olympus”.
“The Blood Of Olympus” (the last book in the last book in The Heroes of Olympus series) is written by Rick Riordan, a New York Times best selling author. It is a story that takes place in the modern day, and revolves around seven teenagers in a ship traveling to the acropolis of Athens. But these are no ordinary teenagers… they are demigods, children of normal humans and ancient Greek or Roman gods. They are on a quest to save the everything. Not only the human world, but the world of Camp-Half Blood and Camp Jupiter. The following is taken from the Rick Riordan series, and begins with a prophecy: “Seven half-bloods shall answer the call, to storm or fire the world must fall, an oath to keep with a final breath, and foes bear arms to the doors of death”. Now, seven demigods from both Roman and Greek camps must join forces to stop Gaea from awakening and save both Roman and Greek demigods from going into a civil war and destroying themselves. It 502 pages worth reading, and I recommend for ages from 9-90.