The Son of Neptune follows on shortly after The Lost Hero but tells the story of Percy, who has amnesia and is placed in Camp Jupiter (Roman demi-god camp). Shortly after his arrival Percy and two others, Frank and Hazel, are sent on a quest to rescue Thantos a.k.a death.
I love how this book had so much drama in it, from the first page, and had so much mystery throughout. Every time I tried to unravel a mystery, something would happen that would contradict my theory.
I loved Ella the harpy, she was just really cute and loved how she could quote books perfectly. I became obsessed with Frank, his background story and his abilities. I also loved how he is asian as not a lot of books have diverse main characters. Also, Frank's grandma was hilarious. The horse Arion was by far my favourite, I mean he can run faster than the speed of sound and he has sass!
I also really liked the ending, but would have liked it to have been more dramatic.
One thing I didn't like was how it was mainly Roman god based, I prefer the Greek version but I really enjoyed the crossover between the two.
Overall I gave The Son of Neptune 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.
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