Sea of Monsters, The (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 2)

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Disney Electronic Content, May 2, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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After a summer spent trying to prevent a catastrophic war among the Greek gods, Percy Jackson finds his seventh-grade school year unnervingly quiet. His biggest problem is dealing with his new friend, Tyson—a six-foot-three, mentally challenged homeless kid who follows Percy everywhere, making it hard for Percy to have any "normal" friends. But things don't stay quiet for long...
 

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great PJO book, I love Riordan's books

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I chose to rate this book with the full amount of stars. I chose to do this because the book gave lots of details. Some of the interesting details included ups and down, and twists and turns.

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1 My Best Friend Shops for a Wedding Dress
2 I Play Dodgeball with Cannibals
3 We Hail the Taxi of Eternal Torment
4 Tyson Plays with Fire
5 I Get a New Cabin Mate
6 Demon Pigeons Attack
7 I Accept Gifts from a Stranger
8 We Board the Princess Andromeda
12 We Check In to CCs Spa Resort
13 Annabeth Tries to Swim Home
14 We Meet the Sheep of Doom
15 Nobody Gets the Fleece
16 I Go Down with the Ship
17 We Get a Surprise on Miami Beach
18 The Party Ponies Invade
19 The Chariot Race Ends with a Bang

9 I Have the Worst Family Reunion Ever
10 We Hitch a Ride with Dead Confederates
11 Clarisse Blows Up Everything
20 The Fleece Works Its Magic Too Well
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Rick Riordan is the author of the first four books in the New York Timesbest-selling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series: The Lightning Thief; The Sea of Monsters; The Titan's Curse; and The Battle of the Labyrinth. His previous novels for adults include the hugely popular Tres Navarre series, winner of the top three awards in the mystery genre. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, with his wife and two sons.

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