The Sea of Monsters: Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 2
Rick Riordan has created a wonderful series of Percy Jackson’s adventures as he continues with his studies. In this second book, the author has picked the story right from the spot where the previous story has solved its dilemma and Percy went back to the school to continue his studies as a seventh-grade student.
The story develops as a new student and Percy’s new friend named Tyson keeps following him. The odd thing about the Tyson character is that he is a 6 foot three inch tall and is mentally disturbed and has a homeless background to make him as disturbing as possible for others and himself as well.
Percy struggles to make sure he may keep him away but Tyson does all his effort to stay with him that compromises Percy’s ability to make normal friends and spend normal time at school.
The whole story flows smoothly as Percy’s adventures with the unknown Greek creatures and gods carry on with him. He also struggles with his daily life challenges so that he could live a normal and balanced life which has become a big challenge for him.
The author has created a wonderful world of imaginary creatures from Greek mythology that keeps on acting on Percy’s life and this scenario keeps kids reading and listening to the story till the end. To continue with the stories and in order to reach to an end that satisfies your needs of having a complete story and adventures of Percy Jackson, one should be reading or listening to Rick’s other books in this series including The Lightning Thief, The Titan’s Curse, The Battle of the Labyrinth: Percy Jackson, Book 4 .