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BEST BOOK REVIEWS: Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian

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 The latest book that I read is Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian. As the prophecy said when a child of the Big Three becomes sixteen, he or she could save or destroy the world. His happiness changed suddenly when a pegasi landed with a camper at Camp Half – Blood. Namely he was Charles Beckondorf, a son of the God Hephaestus. They began the war from the cruise ship Princess Andromeda, the main control point of the Titan Lord Kronos. Charles Beckondorf sacrificed his life to delay the plans of Kronos. When the war began all the gods except Poseidon went to battle against Typhon. Poseidon himself battled against Ouranus the sea titan. Percy Jackson, Annabeth, Thalia and forty of their demigod friends fought against Kronos bravely. They defeated him at Olympus and a Hero died. The gods gave Percy and his

friend’s fabulous gifts and positions in Olympus. They save the world from the Titan Lord Kronos and his army.

W. A. Pasindu Anjana Weerakkody,

Grade 8,

Royal International School,

Kurunegala.

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