Title: The Last Olympian
Author: Rick Riordan
Page Count: 381
In the last book of the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series, Percy and his friends have to save Olympus from the evil titan lord. When the gods refuse to help them, it's up to Camp Half-Blood to save Olympus and Manhattan.
But a prophecy hangs over Camp Half-Blood, one that tells of a sixteen-year-old half-blood making a choice that either saves the world or destroys it. And to make it all better, the half-blood dies in the process. As Percy tries to ignore what he considers the death he can't avoid, he and the rest of Camp Half-Blood thrust themselves into Manhattan to defeat a long-hated enemy.
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This book was... well... I've got to say I have a horrible tendency to space out the books in a series, meaning, I'll read one book and then read the next 3-4 months later. So that could be why, but I was very confused throughout the entirety of this book. There were a lot of names being flung around, prophecies, and I got lost in all of it. Especially the end. I had no clue what was going on until the very end. As in, when the series ended. That was the only time I gave my brain a break to make sense of what I read. I felt like this book shouldn't have been the end of the series, and if Percy and Annabeth and Grover (and Thalia I love her too) aren't in the next series... Riordan, I will hunt you down. And watch you put them in the newest books.
The Bottom Line: Confused me, but still a good book.