Percy Jackson and the Olympians

Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan

I enjoyed this book series; I listened to the audio CD, and while the narrator has a voice that I find semi-annoying (and my sisters can’t stand), he does an excellent job with his dramatization of the characters.

The story is entertaining and good for say 10+ year old children. I think it is clever and, having never studied Greek mythology, I found this an interesting introduction to basic Greek mythology.

While children will definitely enjoy these books and some college students with an interest in juvenile fiction will enjoy it; adults will (most likely) not find this story as entertaining as the younger children. However, if parents are looking for a story that they can listen to (or read together) with their children, this would be one of them.

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