Khalid Boudrari Boudrari itibaren Colombier-Saugnieu, Fransa
Bu kitaptan kesinlikle keyif aldım. Bazı sihirli alt tonları ile sevimli bir hikaye. Evanelle Teyze ve elma ağacının karakterlerini çok beğendim. Özel gücümün ne olabileceğini ya da ailemin ne bildiğini merak etmemi sağladı. Evanelle Teyze'nin bana ne vermesini istediğimi de merak ettim.
As with the previous Riordan books, what really shines in this start to a new series is his voice. Now, he deftly handles moving between the point of view of three characters, and with each you find yourself really stepping into their shoes! Leo, especially, had me rolling on the floor with laughter every time it was his turn to tell the story, and my heart squeezed whenever he talked about his family. Piper's quiet struggles with herself and not feeling good enough kept me engaged, and I hope to see more of her later on! I was not, frankly, a huge fan of Jason - he was very...bland, like a huge blank spot where the reader could insert themselves. He didn't seem to have any great faults or strengths, and since he couldn't remember his past, didn't have any interesting experiences that could add (or detract) from his character. He was always nice. Just...nice. Honestly, I don't know what Piper sees in him, but hey. Maybe he'll get interesting as the series goes on. I am also still a little iffy about the introduction of the Roman Camp. I'm not entirely sure that it was a good idea for Riordan to suddenly introduce this whole other aspect to a world he had so carefully constructed previously. It seems a little sloppy and rather unnecessary, and kind of a reiteration of the same things. I am definitely looking forward to the next book in this series, as we will see the return of Percy Jackson! I hope it gets better from there.