I just finished this great read:
I really enjoyed it. I loved the Percy Jackson series and this in no way a disappointment. I'm eager to read the next few in the series and love the way the author blends Greek and Roman mythology with a compelling story line! I also loved the subtle hints at the Percy Jackson series for fans but if you haven't read that series, you are still able to love this one.
While reading, I took diligent notes on vocabulary words and comprehension questions. I turned these into a teacher's guide, which you can snag here on TpT. I've included everything I will use to do this novel with my own small group. Coming in at just over 50 pages, this may be my longest teacher guide yet (except for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire since that book is a few hundred pages longer then this novel).
I also included a free preview of my product, which you can also download here
(On a side note, I can't wait to start The Son of Neptune!)