The Sea of Monsters: The Graphic Novel

The Sea of Monsters The Graphic Novel Seventh grade has been surprisingly quiet for Percy Jackson Not a single monster has set foot on his New York prep school campus But when an innocent game of dodgeball among Percy and his classmates t

  • Title: The Sea of Monsters: The Graphic Novel
  • Author: Robert Venditti Rick Riordan Attila Futaki Tamas Gaspar
  • ISBN: 9781423145509
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seventh grade has been surprisingly quiet for Percy Jackson Not a single monster has set foot on his New York prep school campus But when an innocent game of dodgeball among Percy and his classmates turns into a death match against an ugly gang of cannibal giants, things getwell, ugly And the unexpected arrival of his friend Annabeth brings bad news the magicalSeventh grade has been surprisingly quiet for Percy Jackson Not a single monster has set foot on his New York prep school campus But when an innocent game of dodgeball among Percy and his classmates turns into a death match against an ugly gang of cannibal giants, things getwell, ugly And the unexpected arrival of his friend Annabeth brings bad news the magical borders that protect Camp Half Blood have been poisoned by a mysterious enemy, and unless a cure is found, the only safe haven for demigods will be destroyed In the follow up to the wildly popular The Lightning Thief, The Graphic Novel, Percy and his friends must journey into the Sea of Monsters to save their camp But first, Percy will discover a stunning new secret about his family one that makes him question whether being claimed as Poseidon s son is an honor or simply a cruel joke Featuring a faithful adaptation by Robert Venditti, stunning artwork by Attila Futaki, and sumptuous colors by newcomer Tamas Gaspar, Rick Riordan s blockbuster book comes to life in The Sea of Monsters, The Graphic Novel.

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    1. Tras años de espera, al fin lo leí. No sé realmente si mi opinión se basa en todas las memorias que tengo con mis libros de Percy Jackson o en alguna razón más, pero bueno, ¿qué puedo decir? Maduré con ellos, y siempre les estaré agradecido por acompañarme en el viaje.Gracias por tanto, Rick Riordan.

    2. Me encanta esta novela gráfica porque puedo recordar la historia de Percy de una forma rápida y divertido.Me gustó mucho ver el pequeño crecimiento en la imagen de Annabeth y de Percy.Mi imagen favorita? Thalia sin lugar a dudasEspero tener pronto la novela gráfica del tercer libro.

    3. I already love the Percy Jackson series so much. It's on the young side of Young Adult, to be sure. But it is just so damn fun I can't help but love it. Sea of Monsters was a more accurate representation of the second book. The first one left out some fairly key scenes and characters. This one was spot on, if my memory serves me correctly which it probably doesn't but whatever. I loved it. That's what matters.I am not wowed by the artwork by any means but it isn't the worst I have ever seen eith [...]

    4. *3.5 stars*Well this was a great improvement from volume one! Still, there are some things that could have been much much better anyway.For example, Clarisse sure is better drawn in this volume but she looks so.ge while in the movie and book she didn’t look or seem to be somboy and masculine above that other characteristic. I did not like the way she was pictured.Same thing for Luke—seriously, he looked like a man in this 30s!—and Thalia. What’s with Thalia being all emo/gothic-like? I d [...]

    5. Even though I have read this series before, after reading and absolutely loving the first book in graphic novel form, I knew I needed to read them all over again in the same way.It is amazing how much I had forgotten that the graphic novels helped me to remember. Most of all though, I am so happy that the sarcastic humor of Percy and his friends, still holds strong in these. It is one thing I truly did not forget about loving when it came to this series and it's spin off. Once again the pages we [...]

    6. The illustrators did such a great job! This graphic novel is my favorite of the series. I had so much fun reading this. I flew through it so quickly. After reading this, I think I'll be picking up graphic novels more often.

    7. More of a supplement to the series. It would be easier to understand after reading the book. Still interesting to see how it would pan out artistically.

    8. THE SEAS OF MONSTERS IS A REALLY GOOD BOOK WHICH ALSO HAS SOME INTERESTING FACTS RELATED TO THE WORLD THIS BOOK,PERCY AND ANNABETH GO TO SAVE THEIR FRIEND GROVER WHO IS CAPTURED BY A CYCLOPS IN THE SEA OF MONSTERSEY FIGHT MONSTERS,KILL THEM AND SAVE GROVERE BEST PART IS THE CLIMAX WHERE PERCY AND ANNABETH REACH THE ISLAND WHERE GROVER HAS BEEN KEPT AND SAVE HIMAT PART IS A LITTLE FUNNY TOO.

    9. This was strides better than the first one in my opinion. The art was way more consistent, and they hit every important plot point. Compared to the novel, it definitely lacks that humor that the novels have, but I didn't notice nearly as much as I did in the first one.

    10. Read by ShonA quick refresher to remind me what happened. It's been maybe 5 years since I read this book. One of my bookish goal for this year is to finish the Percy Jackson series.

    11. I started reading this book because I was required to read graphic novels for class. As the book progressed, I started to get bored with it because I missed the details of the original book. There were some parts from the book that I missed that weren't in the graphic novel. I believe that it would be better if I hadn't read the original book first.

    12. Actual rating: 3.5/5 starsIt's a nice graphic novel, but the characters don't really look like how I imagined it Oh well, it was still pretty good, but of course the book is better with all the details. This GN is a nice way to freshen up your memory after a long time not reading the actual books ;)PS: This review counts also for Sea of Monsters & The Titan's Curse. I read them all on the same day and I don't think it gets better or worse with each GN. It just stays on the same lever. Just g [...]

    13. This second volume of the Percy Jackson graphic adaptations is excellent, quite an improvement on the first. The story is more complete, and the artwork (by the same artist) is better. Now, on to Book 3!

    14. the drawing was really good, It's good to read it after the novel since there is no good movies for it, the graphic novel will replace it

    15. Rating:3.5 starsThis book was better than the first one, the artwork was slightly better (though I'm still not satisfied by it, Percy and Annabeth are prettier than that) and the actual story was more accurate. Some things were left out, but they can be overlooked because they're not that major.But, it's Percy Jackson so I can't possibly not love it!

    16. As my wife has said, the graphic novel was a nice review of the book. I missed reading Percy's thoughts, they were pretty funny at times, but over all I like this graphic novel.

    17. The graphic novel was ok, but I probably would've liked the actual book and read that one before this one.

    18. I'm did love that look like almost movie likely have same some different always what are you think how are one thing. just different some happen?

    19. Book Review By Mitchell NugentThe book that I am reviewing is 'Percy Jackson and The Sea of Monsters,' by Rick Riordan.(About the author.)Rick Riordan's interest in literature and writing the Percy Jackson series comes from the birth of his daughter Hayley. His influence of writing styles comes from his teenage years at school where he read The Lord of The Rings and his fascination with Greek and Norse mythology. He is currently 48years of age and noted as being the NewYork Times, best selling a [...]

    20. I hadn't planned to read it because I found the graphic novel adaptation of the first book in the series to be so disappointing in almost every way, but I forgot that I'd already reserved it, so I gave it a try when it arrived. And I'm glad I did, it was better than the first one. It didn't feel quite so smooshed and condensed as the first one did, despite the too small size of the book. It still would have helped so much if they had gone with the taller usual graphic novel size pages. Most of t [...]

    21. In The Sea of Monsters, Rick Riordan tells the story of of Percy Jackson, the son of Poseidon, the sea god, trying to recover the Golden Fleece to save his demigod friends and their home, Camp Half-Blood. He is also trying to save his best friend and protector, Grover Underwood the satyr. The reader follows his progression from Percy being the last person the camp would pick to save them, to being the biggest hero the camp has ever seen. On his journey, he finds out that Luke Castellan, son of H [...]

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