Teen authors David & Laura Lee (Inspire us to write)

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I am a fan of Rick Riordan!

Written By: David T. Lee - Nov• 03•12

I have read all the Percy Jackson series and the Kane Chronicles series from Rick Riordan! I have written reviews of these books below if you plan to buy them!

Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief: “A great story for beginning readers of Riordan. It introduces Percy Jackson as a kid that shows great skill as the son of Poseidon, the Greek God of the sea. It has compelling images in the text and it is for 3rd to 5th grade readers. Fox has released a movie on this.”

Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters: “This story is a one of a kind sequel. It keeps Percy’s adventures still exciting when many writers already stress on the beginning of their second book. It really has in-depth text with the feel of an exciting movie. In fact, next year Twentieth Century Fox will release a movie about this!”

Percy Jackson and the Titan’s Curse: “Riordan still keeps an upbeat pace on his books! As the sequel to the Sea of Monsters, it has more revealed history of the Greek Gods! This story has more vibrancy and definitely has pure radiance. Fox will reveal a movie about this in 2015.”

Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth: “Percy’s life really gets exciting in this great chapter at Camp Half-Blood. More Greek legendary characters are revealed and the images keep going wild and the fun and the humor never stops with Riordan!
Fox is unclear whether they will release a movie on this.”

Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian: “The final installment ends the series with a dramatic story about the evil titan Kronos and his predicted reign of the world. Again, this book has stunning text and a great story to end it.”

The Heroes of Olympus, Book 1: The Lost Hero: “This is a completely new series, but Riordan manages to create a whole new world about Roman mythology and mix it together with real life! I can’t believe that Riordan has created another good read!”

The Heroes of Olympus, Book 2: The Son of Neptune: “This amazing sequel has wonderful text and a great structured story! The plot has great success and I look forward to the next book!”


The Heroes of Olympus, Book Four: The House of Hades:
I put a review on this on Goodreads: The House of Hades (The Heroes of Olympus, #4)The House of Hades by Rick Riordan

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Riordan wrote a satisfying sequel to The Mark of Athena. He likes to put humor in his books, and I found some especially good laughs in this book (like when the dwarfs steal Leo’s pant’s fly and he has to chase them while making sure his pants don’t fall off).

Percy Jackson fans: this is a must read, especially if you have already read the cliff hanger at the end of The Mark of Athena. The adventure through the “bottomless” pit is quite gruesome in detail, though.

Overall, this book was pretty good. I would recommend it to a friend.

I can’t wait for the final book in the series!

View all my reviews



The Kane Choronicles, Book 1: The Red Pyramid: “This book is like a great fiction story mixed with a guide to Egyptian Gods. These characters have lots of wit and this book is a great introductory to Egypt!”

The Kane Chronicles, Book 2: The Throne of Fire: “Another great sequel that Riordan has made! It has fantastic images in the text and it reveals more personality about the evil snake Aphophis, who plans to take over the world by eating the sun.”

The Kane Chronicles, Book 3: The Serpent’s Shadow: “This story completes the Kane family’s dangerous adventures and has even more suprising details! It has even more images of the unraveling battle against the evil serpent Aphophis.”

Hope you like these!


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