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Especially as they continue to cross paths with creatures they have already killed.

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I rate this a 2. Riordan has chosen to replace wit and humor with pseudo-intensity and fashionable morality. I know there’re a lot more characters, but gosh every single freaking page. I admit the series and idea behind it was original and fun in the beginning, but it’s starting to feel formulaic and drag.

I understand they are at war and in stressful situations all the time, but they’re also teenagers. Their innocence is more valuable to me than his story. It was well written, however.

Thanks a lot, Goodreads. The only thing that kept me from putting this book down was Percy and Annabeth. I quite liked the first three in this series, and especially liked Annabeth in The Mark of Athena. Percy and Annabeth in Tartarus crushed me. I really liked the original Percy Jackson series but I just don’t like the new characters in these books and that’s probably why I can’t like the books itself. In Tartarus, however, Percy and Annabeth go face to face with death more times than they can count.


This guy was casually mentioned as a good ruler who, sure, persecuted some Christians, what of it? I loved and binge read the first three books, but as soon as I started reading this one I felt so disconnected to 5 out of the 7 main characters.

You would think this would be dangerous and exciting, but it becomes unfortunately get the slowest and ultimately most boring chapter of this series. I wish he didn’t try to shove his agenda down his readers’ throats. As with Wvi Madison’s speech, anyone who looks at the community reviews of this book will simply come away dumber for having done it.

It just felt like an editor or Riordan himself decided the series needed a gay character and Nico was the choice. Basically, they are lost and Jason, haddsin has always been special until he met Percy, of course has no idea how to reclaim his leadership skills, which if you ask me had never existed in the first place, but oh well.

I read the Percy Jackson series eight or was it nine? Trivia About The House of Hade It felt jumbled and mismanaged somehow. I wonder if there is anyone out there who likes him, at all?

Now, having done this so many times in what 8 books now, the author is forced to reach more obscure characters as the story line progresses. I have mixed feelings about these books. I also hope that the next book will be better than this one. And HoH kinda reinforced that in the form of Caleo. The only reason why I’m giving this book two stars is Percy and Annabeth. Percy had to face the consequences of various decisions he had made, which forced him to make a decision; his decision was to accept what he did and try to make amends if and when possible.


I factored in perspective; I won’t hold Riordan accountable for the cheesy dialogue, predictable characters, or generic plot. The first two books in this series have two totally different plots with different characters that come together as one plot in the third and fourth books.

In case you need to see it again, which you do: In order to find the Doors of Death the demigods put aside their mourning to help Percy in his journey. I will TALK my way out of it. Instead of feeling sorry for Nico, it just made me dislike him. Yes, Percy and Annabeth’s adventures in Tartarus were much more interesting than battling devilish cows and cleaning the god of bandits’ feet; and may I say Another major issue is the author at time seems to be delving into the “anti-hero” concept.

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I liked Hazel discovering how to manipulate the Mist. I got into darker, more “adult” fantasy works by Robert Jordan, Sanderso So before I write the review, let me throw in some perspective. Many people claim it is because Percy and Annabeth are in Tartarus, but it hadesjn not that.

I would lock ahdesin in my room for a weekend whenever his newest release came out, and I would not emerge until I had completed the entire thing. Riordan had to think of something to make her not entirely useless.