Rick Riodan's final story is outstanding. Twists and turns and yet the prophecy is fulfilled. Very well written.
Rick does a great job filling in backgrounds and giving details even if you are a new listener.
Jesse doesn't do a good job differeniating between characters. Sometimes they all run together. He has some potential, but needs work.
I loved the story and really wanted to know how it ended. It was so good, I spent an evening at home listening to it. I usually do all my listening when I travel. I got started on this story and didn't want to stop.
Percy because he is brave, fearless and won't go down without a fight
When the party ponies helped Percy fight the monsters.
I love the book and I can't put it down.
Lots and lots of action. Had some things figured out before they happened but a good writer often foreshadows. :) A wonderful end to a spectacularly fun series.
This book was fast pass and had a lot of action. Found myself listening to it in the car and at work.
books 1 thru 4 of this series are a great lead up to this book.
Jesse Bernstein's performance was the best.
the book did make me sad when some of the characters died.
Discovered audio books as a way to pass the time at work and now I'm hooked.
Absolutely. Riordan's use of Greek mythology in modern times makes it a compelling read.
Here, there be dragons. Riordan does a great job of taking existing literature and weaving it into a compelling new story.
I would have to say the fight in New York.
The Characters are memorable and the narrator does a very good job catching the feelings of each.
Percy. He is the kind of character you can relate to and hope that if you were in his situation you might make similar decisions or better ones.
He did a great job being consistent with the voices and catching the feeling of each one.
The Last Olympian is the best in the series.
The final battle with Kronos, Luke and Percy was my favorite scene. I was on the edge of my seat.
Jesse Bernstein keeps improving his skills as a spellbinding narrator.
This book was a hard read, very long, lots of long and strange names. By the time we got to the end of the book when reading it, we were lost. And then, we LISTENED! The voice put everything we read together, and was the missing puzzle piece! We had to listen to 11 hours in 2 days to prepare for a test in 7th grade....and it worked! I never suggest listening without reading, but if you read it first, and then listen, it is AWESOME!
I really enjoyed these books except the narrator was a little annoying. I listen to this series while I work. They are easy to listen to and entertaining enough to help me through a repetitive job. I would recommend these despite the narration and listened to the whole series.
I have listened to all the Percy Jackson books and have yet to be let down. If you enjoyed the first books, you won’t be disappointed. Just sad to see any series end, though it is my understanding that there is another series in the Percy Jackson universe that follows the character at an older age. Gonna have to listen and see how that goes *fingers crossed*