Reviewed by Ali M. (age 8)
I found one character very interesting. His name is Grover. He’s half goat-half human. I mean he has goat legs and goat horns!! His legs even have hooves! Plus, he’s probably the bravest satyr alive. There are a lot of things that make this book special. First of all, everyone in this book are half-bloods. Half-bloods are kids of both mortals and gods. People turn into gold dust like Percy’s… oops I can’t tell you that! I still have some questions after reading the book. How did the half-bloods survive with monsters attacking them multiple times? I will have to read the next book in the series to find out. I also thought the book was funny. One time, when Percy made a promise to be good in school, he pushed a girl into a water fountain! She was soaking wet. I mean, we can’t be good all the time, right?
I recommend this book to 3rd - 7th graders. A child who loves adventurous books would love this book. Even though this book has 375 pages you will never want to put it down!