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I find it kind of hard to review this book, but I'm going to give it my best shot, okay?
Don't ask me why it's hard. It's just is. This is the first proper review I'm writing to any of Riordan's books, which now that I think about it its kind of odd. But there you have it.
In the spirit of full disclosure, it took me much longer than it should've to read this book. Almost a full week. Not because there is some kind of problem with the book, mind you, but because I have been busy and tired and found barely any time to read this week.
Son of Neptune is written from three different POVs, in third-person. We get 4 chapters in a row from each point of view.
I felt this book was written a bit differently than the others, or maybe it's just me having read the last book over a year ago. But we saw a lot of flashbacks in this, straight from the beginning. We also had to have a lot explained to us since we found ourselves in a completely new camp, so perhaps that's the reason.
As always, the writing does not disappoint. Riordan is a master at what he does.
What did bother me was...
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