Feel free to laugh. I don’t care. Yes, I’m going to be commentating on two books at once. The reason for this is that I like the Kane Chronicles more, and I personally cannot stand to be so…negative all the time.
For a long time, I have preferred the Kane Chronicles to the Percy Jacksons. I find it more interesting, I find the characters better, I find the relationships better, and I prefer the premise by far. So I’m going to be doing a chapter-by-chapter commentary on the Red Pyramid.
Before we start (which won’t be in this post) look at the cover. LOOK AT IT.
I leave you with a pretty cover and a sign-off.
Well, I said I’d be doing chapter-by-chapter commentary, and I’ll start with this book. It’ll probably take me a long time to finish this book, because I’m a massive procrastinator.
You are warned, though – I seriously
hate dislike this book, so if you’re of the kind who can’t stand to see people hating it, leave now. There’ll be lots of posts for you, and I’ll put my commentary under a read more for your convenience. ‘Kay?
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I leave you with a smile, and a quote.
“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate:
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
And summer’s lease hath all too short a date”.
– William Shakespeare