These stories are fun and entertaining, but the guy they hired to read them is absolutely awful. His character "voices" all sound the same and are equally irritating. If only Jim Dale had been allowed to read this one...
I absolutely love my audible account, makes its from enjoying a book to loving the stories found in the books. Do forgive my errors in the reviews i do have dyslexia but i will share my love with everyone
They stopped the father of the Gods from raising up, But they did not end his scheming. Now the tree that protects the valley is poisoned. Grover is in Percy's dreams and the end of the camp is near. Percy has to stay back as his rival in the camp gets to go on a quest to save camp. Does he behave or sneak away to save Grover and the tree.
Again the narration is fantastic. Everyone knows who is talking at any point and the voices are the same from book one making it just as easy to follow. another book that's great for family or solo.
We really enjoyed listening to this whole series as a family.
Could have for sure, but we listen in our car. We drive a lot!
just fueling my book addiction
This is such a fun interesting concept.
My son and I listen to these series in the car and he is in love with these books.
I feel that the audio edition gives younger readers a more realistic interpretation. Having read and listened, I enjoyed both versions.
Yea, i would recommend this book to a friend. It has a lot of action and is a great addition to the series
I love the moment when Percy accepts tyson as his brother
When Percy and his friends get eaten by the craccin
Scene at this point the book has been turned into a movie it would be not as good as the book
Yes I would recommend this book. I think they are very fun to listen to regardless of your age.
Love listening to audio books at work or on the road.
Demigods kicking butt and taking names
Tyson is badass
He had a consistent performance through out the percy jackson.
Sure but ain't no body got time for that.
I don't know why Jesse thinks all bad guys are surfer dudes.
Sci-fi/fantasy junkie, storyteller, devourer of books, workaholic
Rick Riordan clearly has a knack for storytelling. Percy's voice and adventures are as fun and engrossing as in the first book. However, the plot was somewhat disappointing. I wasn't expecting much, since I know the series' whole gimmick is taking Greek myths and adding a contemporary spin to them, but too much of this book seemed ripped from one particular myth. Did Percy really have to follow Odysseus's journey so closely? Couldn't Riordan have just left it at Polyphemus and picked some other hero's obstacle to throw in Percy's way? "The Sea of Monsters" suffers a bit from sequel-itis on the plot front, but was still enjoyable enough to leave me wanting to read the next book.
And, of course, Jesse Bernstein's narration is spot-on