By: Rick Riordan
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There's nothing quite like waking up one morning and realizing you remember nothing before that exact moment. But Percy Jackson's life has never been easy - not that he remembers that. Now, if he's ever going to regain his memories, he must join a camp of kids that seems familiar, but not quite right.
Paced very much like book one, The Son of Neptune starts slow, introducing multiple new characters and their back story as well as re-introducing Percy Jackson in his new environment. The story picks up as it goes, but takes at least a third of the book to get out the front door.
Parents should be aware that The Son of Neptune includes:
- References to reading animal guts
- Killing monsters
- Cursing in Latin
- References to voodoo
- Kissing on the cheek and mouth