Attention: All readers. If you haven't read Percy Jackson and the Olympians, The Sea of Monsters, by Rick Riordan what are you doing? Go read it! If you've already read it, good for you. Now read it again. This book is more than you regular fantasy novel. Sure, it had monsters, a Titan rising from the dead, and magical vitamins. But this book separated itself from other fantasy novels. Most of the fantasy novels I read don't really tie down to reality. This is much different.The Percy Jackson books are centered around a fantastical thought, however they all have elements of realistic fiction. It's like combining your favorite realistic fiction novel, with a bunch of Greek gods. I would give this book a 10/10. It was so amazing. My favorite part about it was Percy’s relationships with all the villains. His attitude and jokes towards Luke really just made me laugh. The book is basically about Percy, a middle schooler who happens to be a demigod. After an accident in school, he flees to camp half blood. But they are under new management, which causes things to be difficult for him. Percy and Annabeth evacuate, on a quest to find Grover, and to get the Golden Fleece to heal Thalia's tree. You will enjoy this book if you have read Harry Potter, or have a thirst for comedy and fantasy. However, I don't recommend watching the movie. I felt the movie wasn't up to par with the book. Percy looked 18 not 13, and as did Annabeth.