A brilliant story which will appeal to teenagers, young Percy Jackson is struggling at school with his dyslexic and ADHD if thats not enough his math ..Show More »teacher turns into a monster and trys to kill him!
This book is much better than the film. After listening to this I was pretty sure my dyslexic was because I was also a demi god!
A wonderful story which will inspire young minds!
A great children's story - I like how it weaves a modern story in with elements of Ancient Greek Mythology. The main character can be painfully obtuse..Show More » at times but you don't really mind that too much.
I have to say the my only gripe is the person reading it. Maybe it's me but he seems to be awful at putting expression in to dialogue and given that this story is written in the first person it can make it difficult to enjoy.
Still, once you do get past the narrator it's still a good yarn.
Mount Olympus is still with us, moving as the seat power in Western civilization moves it's now in America. The gods are still falling for mortal wome..Show More »n and having half-blood children, the heroes whose battlefireld reflexes get them diagnosed with ADHD in the modern classroom.
The monsters, magical creatures, gods and young heroes are all well voiced in this gripping adventure. It adds to the fun if you've read the two previous books, but this adventure can stand on it's own.
Percy has been warned about his fatal flaw, and the prophecy that says a child of the gods will bring about thier defeat. Will he be that child?
I enjoyed this audio book and would recommend this to 6-16 year olds. It is about a boy called Percy Jackson who is half boy and half Greek God! His m..Show More »um? Human. His dad? Posiden, God if the Sea!