Fast paced, enjoyed the concept of the 12 camp cabins each one for a different member of the Greek pantheon. I would like to see the camp. It was really obvious which god’s son he was, but enjoyable to watch him and his mates discover his heritage. I really liked the book, until somewhere right towards the end, after Percy battles Ares, somehow things didn’t really fit. I thought for sure I’d want to start right in on the next book in the series, but after I finished I changed my mind. Maybe it was the author’s attempt at bridging to the next book, that was weak.