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  • Satisfying

    Was so excited to finally see a lot of fan expectations redeemed in this novel, such as ships ( the expression), literal ships, and PERCY!! However, Rick is still evil with those last minute "oh yes for now everything is all good, what a satisfying endind for now, I can wait" THEN HIT US AGAIN WITH EXPECTATIONS THAT SOMETHING IS HAPPENING IN ANOTHER SIDE OF HIS UNIVERSE AND THE IMPATIENCE RETURNS... Rick knows how to manipulate emotions very well in a fan!!! Overall so happy to have finally been able to read this novel!

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  • Amazing ending

    Whe I first began reading this series, I didn't expect it to be any better than Percy Jackson. However, the series immediately surpassed my wildest expectations. With diverse characters and an engaging plotline, this book completed the tale of a homeless child of Frey exeptionally well.

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    Another great read from Rick Riordan not a suprise that its amazing to anyone. I love how he ties his books, gods and our favorite characters together like how Carter Kane and Sadie meet percy and how Magnus is Anabeths cosin or how Jack likes Riptide. I loved how Percy anf Anabeth were included in this great new series. I will definetly read the next book if there is more or if Rick starts a new seires. I also love how Rick makes books for multiple mythologies like greek and egyptian and roman and norse. One last thing i like is that in all the books even in the tightest and worst problem with the biggest chance of death the characters like Leo or Percy just laugh it off. Most of this goes for all of his books. I have read all of his mythology booksand this is another outstanding one. RICK RIORDIAN IS AN INCREDIBLY AMAZING OUTSTANDING HALARIOUS ATHOUR!!!!! Starting with Percy Jackson i have read and enjoyed all of Rick Riordians books and i cant wait for more outstanding reads!!! :) 100% of Ricks books are golden and godly reads. I like his books more than other books i have ever read and (my second favorite author is J.K rowling) i like his books more than anyone and have read them a thosand times. YOU MUST READ ALL OF HIS BOOKS IF YOU HAVENT AND THUS BOOK IS A MUST READ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Myths, with a twist of humor and friendship

    [author:Rick Riordan|15872] has done a great favor for young adults and educators everywhere. I taught mythology in high school, and he makes mythology COOL! In the Percy Jackson series, he used Greek myths, in the Heroes of Olympus set he brings in Roman myth, in the Kane Chronicles, he does a great job with the Egyptian mythology--and in these three Magnus Chase books, he tackles Norse mythology, one of my favorites. (I'm hoping he'll consider Native American myths at some time in the future!) In this third book of the Norse series, [book:The Ship of the Dead|28006120], Riordan continues to educate us. Kirkus says: "Riordan’s third installment of Magnus Chase’s adventures careens through the Nine Worlds in a boat called the Big Banana. The plot almost passes as a typical Riordan adventure: main quest, side quests, happy ending, new disaster looming in the future. But here, one quest confronts the evil lurking within wealthy white suburban men (well, elves). Genderfluid Alex creates a nonbinary clay warrior, drawing on her indigenous Mexican family history. Samirah’s Ramadan fast lends her focus and clarity. The villain is still Loki, but readers might see similarities to other morally corrupt leaders putting selfish interests ahead of marginalized people and their allies—with a silent, inscrutable wife at his side. No one is perfect; there’s a throwaway fat joke, and Riordan could work on refining the sign language deaf elf Hearthstone uses, which is called American Sign Language but in description is different enough to frustrate. But black, deaf, trans, Muslim, white, homeless, and formerly homeless readers will see characters like themselves cracking jokes and caring for one another, with identities that are crucial to success rather than a distraction or side issue. The climax, a deeply emotional testament to the power of community, could leave some in tears. Riordan is again fighting for a revolution in middle-grade fiction with his funny, whiplash-fast writing and deep moral convictions." I've read the Percy, Kane, and Magnus series more than once, and if I were a middle school teacher, I'd build a mythology class using all of them! Riordan is hilarious at times (just read the chapter titles!), thoughtful at others--and always on point with his mythology.

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  • Action!!!

    I recomend this book to all that like the gods like me. It is very amusing to read it also has lots of action in it. Riordan book's are the best!!!

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