***Warning: I'm quite tired so sorry if this review does not make a lot of sense***
I wasn't extremely excited about this trilogy after I read the first one but I figured I might as well finish it now that I had the time.
I enjoyed this one A LOT more than the first book in the series. The premise of all these adventure books can become quite tedious, though (there is always bunch of kids trying to save the world in an incredibly tight schedule with a bit of romance here and there) As always, Rick's writing style pulled me in and made me want to read the book in one sitting. He has a great sense of humour and great timing for it.
I came to terms with the fact that it's not as good as the Percy series when reading this one and I guess that helped the experience. I was a bit less annoyed by Sadie this time around but I may have grown accustomed to her personality.
All in all, a very good sequel that made me look forward to the final episode in the trilogy.