Summary: If Jason Grace was sent to Camp Half-Blood, where was Percy Jackson sent? The Son of Neptune follows Percy's journey at Camp Jupiter, where he meets two new friends, Hazel and Frank. The three then go on a quest that will bring the Greek and Roman demigods together and give us hints on the Prophecy of Seven.
What I Like: It's the second book in the Heroes of Olympus series! I loved The Lost Hero and I also loved this one! I enjoyed all the moments where Percy was slowly regaining his memory, where Hazel would have flashbacks, and when Frank's grandmother would explain what's in store for him. I literally couldn't put the book down! It was also nice to see how it is in the Roman camp for demigods. Oh! I also loved Leo's teensy part towards the end. You can't handle Leo Valdez's swag.
What I don't Like: I truly missed all the Percy/Annabeth moments. I also miss the original trio: Percy, Annabeth, and Grover. I especially don't like the fact that I have to wait a whole year for The Mark of Athena. Huhuhu. *cries*
My comments: The book was such a cliffhanger! October 2012, please come faster! Oh, and people have been asking me which side I'm on. Greek or Roman? Greek all the way, people! You're talking to a daughter of Poseidon here. Haha, just kidding!