The Percy Jackson & Heroes of Olympus Character Book Tag

Hi friends, and welcome back to my blog! Today’s post is brought to you by the amazing May @ Forever and Everly, who’s created a Percy Jackson character book tag in celebration of the recent news that Rick Riordan is working with Disney+ to make Percy Jackson into a tv series. (!!!!) I know it’s gonna be a long time before we actually get to watch the show, but I am so so excited already.

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  • Thank the person who tagged you and link to their post. (Thank you May, Lily and Olivia for tagging me!)
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  • Match books with the given prompts.
  • Tag however many people as wanted!
  • Copy-paste the rules and list of prompts.

(I will unfortunately just be using boring text headers for this because I’m running out of image storage on my free WordPress plan 😦 but the graphics in May’s original post are so cute!!)

Here’s the list of prompts!
1. PERCY JACKSON: your best/favorite book of the year
2. ANNABETH CHASE: a book where you’re in awe of the author’s genius
3. GROVER UNDERWOOD: a book you love that’s under-hyped
4. LUKE CASTELLAN: a book you thought you’d hate but didn’t
5. CHIRON: a book that will always feel like home
6. TYSON: a book with a sibling relationship you adore
7. THALIA GRACE: a book where time froze when you read it
8. NICO DI ANGELO: a well-loved book you love too
9. CALYPSO: a book you’d be marooned on an island with
10. RACHEL DARE: a book you predict you will give 5 stars
11. JASON GRACE: an upcoming book you’d get hit with a brick to read now
12. PIPER MCLEAN: a book you loved that someone convinced you to read
13. LEO VALDEZ: the funniest book you’ve read
14. HAZEL LEVESQUE: an old book/book you read a long time ago but still love
15. FRANK ZHANG: a book you were afraid to reach the end of
16. REYNA RAMÍREZ-ARELLANO: a book everyone hates but you love
17. OCTAVIAN: a book you would punch without hesitation
18. PERCABETH: a book with the best romance
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Ahh I’m so excited about this tag! I love Percy Jackson so much, and May did such a good job putting this together. 💖

Percy Jackson
Your best/favorite book of the year

A Very Large Expanse of Sea

A Very Large Expanse of Sea is just such a good book. It’s so well-written, and it’s heart-breaking, but it also has its moments of beauty and goodness. I loved the messy characters and relationships, and all in all, I’d say it’s probably my favorite read of 2020 so far.

Annabeth Chase
A book where you’re in awe of the author’s genius

Foul is Fair

Hannah Capin’s feminist Macbeth retelling, Foul is Fair, is deliciously wicked and smart. I think that retellings, when done well, provide a unique opportunity for cleverness to show through, and Capin definitely delivered with this one. It was like a meticulous little treasure hunt scrutinizing all the details, the different pieces of the story that trailed over from the original Shakespeare or got left behind. (Read my review here.)

Grover Underwood
A book you love that’s under-hyped

In the Role of Brie Hutchens...

I was lucky enough to get a spot on the blog tour for In the Role of Brie Hutchens…, which releases at the end of the month, and it was so sweet and well-written. Because it’s middle grade and I mostly follow YA bloggers, I haven’t been seeing a lot of hype for it recently, but I think it has a lot of crossover appeal and should definitely be on more people’s radars. Keep an eye out for my review!

Luke Castellan
A book you thought you’d hate but didn’t


Following along with the Macbeth theme from earlier: I had very low expectations for this since I DESPISE Romeo & Juliet, but I was pleasantly surprised by this one. I found it to be much more interesting, and I guess it was also easier to follow along with the old language since I was a little more familiar with it, as it was my second Shakespeare play.

A book that will always feel like home

The Penderwicks

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve read The Penderwicks. It’s been a favorite since my childhood, and the pure joy that I derive from simply thinking about these precious sisters is unmatched.

A book with a sibling relationship you adore

A Thousand Perfect Notes

There are a lot of books that I could’ve chosen for this one (It was a tough choice.), but I ultimately went with A Thousand Perfect Notes because Beck and Joey’s relationship, with Joey’s feistyness and Beck’s protectiveness, is just so sweet and I love these children so much. (Read my review here.)

Thalia Grace
A book where time froze when you read it

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

I got so immersed in Simon’s world when I read Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, and I think I finished almost all (or maybe all of it?) in one sitting, directly after I got home from buying it at Target. I did enjoy the movie version of this, but re-watching it recently reminded me of how infinitely better the book is. (Read my review here.)

Nico di Angelo
a well-loved book you love too

The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give is a modern classic. I feel like I don’t need to explain why this book is absolutely incredible because you’ve probably read it, but if you haven’t: what are you doing mate.

A book you’d be marooned on a island with

Red, White & Royal Blue

Okay this was a hard one, but I would absolutely want Red, White & Royal Blue with me. The romance is the sweetest, there are great friend & family relationships, and it’s also hilarious, so I’d be happy if I were stuck with it. (It does bother me that the title leaves out the Oxford comma, but the book is good enough that I can overlook that misdeed.)

Rachel Dare
A book you predict you will give 5 stars

I ordered A Song Below Water this week and I am SO excited to read it. It’s about sisters and misogynoir (a term coined by Moya Bailey referring to the intersection of racism and sexism as experienced by Black women—more info here if you’re curious) and sirens and I’ve heard such good things about it.

Jason Grace
An upcoming book you’d get hit by a brick to read now

Dude I am so hype that Darius the Great is Not Okay is getting a sequel!! Would really really love to read this (Penguin if you’re reading this…now you know. ;))

I also wrote about a ton more upcoming releases in this post! And, if you’d like, you can read my review of the first book in this series here.

Piper McLean
A book you loved that someone convinced you to read


I’m not usually very good at remembering where I get my book recommendations from, but I do remember hearing about Homegoing from my dad and LOVING it. Not sure I would’ve picked it up otherwise, since I rarely stray from YA, but I am so so glad I read this one.

Leo Valdez
The funniest book you’ve read

The Lightning Thief

Red, White & Royal Blue is probably tied for this title, but since I already used it, I’m picking the Percy Jackson books for this one. Rick Riordan nailed the humor so perfectly (or at least I thought so in middle school—it’s been a while since I last reread these). I have a very distinct memory of going to the school library in lower school and spending the whole time laughing hysterically at just the chapter titles of The Lightning Thief.

Hazel Levesque
An old book/book you read a long time ago but still love

I'll Give You the Sun

I’ll Give You the Sun is another favorite that I probably need to reread soon. I don’t remember all of the plot details at the point, but I do remember how breathtakingly gorgeous it was: the writing, the characters, everything.

Frank Zhang
A book you were afraid to reach the end of

After reading the excruciating literal cliffhanger at the end of The Mark of Athena and the year-long wait that followed, my fifth-grade self was definitely scared to finish The House of Hades from the moment I got my hands on it from the school library.

Reyna Ramírez-Arellano
A book everyone hates but you love

Catcher in the Rye

Okay, so obviously not everyone hates The Catcher in the Rye, but when I read it for ninth grade English, I remember a lot of classmates REALLY strongly disliking it. It seems to be one of those classics without much of an in-between: you either really like it or really don’t. I’m not sure I would go so far as to say that I LOVE it, but I did really enjoy this book.

A book you would punch without hesitation

Gosh, I hate that I even have to upload the Diary of a Wimpy Kid cover to my WordPress library because I hate this book SO MUCH. I appreciate that this series has gotten a lot of reluctant younger readers to pick up a book, but I just I can’t stand it. Greg is a terrible person/character, there’s no story arc or character development…I’m sorry if this was your childhood fave, truly, but I just really needed to get that out there.

A book with the best romance

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Guessing I can’t actually use Percabeth for this one, so I’m gonna go with another book with a great romance: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo I loved the ship in this book, but there’s so much more to love as well: wonderful characters, the old Hollywood setting, a great frame narrative…this book is just really good.

Let's Chat

Well, this has put me in the mood for a Percy Jackson reread…I already have a ton of books on my tbr, but maybe I’ll get to a few of them during this summer’s Reading Rush.

I’m not sure who’s been tagged already, but I think Tiffany, May, and Chloe like the PJO books, so I’ll tag them, as well as anyone else who’s reading this and wants to do it!

Let me know in the comments—scale of 1-10, how ecstatic are you about the Disney+ series? Do you agree with my book choices for the tag? I hope you all are doing okay!

♥ Annie

The Percy Jackson & Heroes of Olympus Character Book Tag

12 thoughts on “The Percy Jackson & Heroes of Olympus Character Book Tag

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  2. aahhh annie thank you so much for tagging me!
    i remember liking the wimpy kid books when i was a kid, but when i read them again as a teenager, i actually found them quite boring 😂 also, i’m not sure if you’ve read a song below water yet, but i really hope you will like it as much as you predicted you would! it’s one of my favorite reads of the year ❤ i also enjoyed in the role of brie hutchens and red, white & royal blue so much 😀

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  5. I loved reading all your answers to this, Annie!! I’m so hyped for the adaptation and every time I read one of these posts I get excited all over again. I read AVLEOS recently and really loved it! I’m not entirely sure, since there’s still a lot of 2020 left (unfortunately, lol) but it might make it onto my favorites of the year, too. Aww, the Penderwicks- I need to find copies of those because they always make me so happy and my heart is warm just thinking about Batty and Jeffrey and the gang!! For some reason, I kind of completely forgot about Diary of a Wimpy Kid until I read this post, but your commentary on it made me laugh, it’s definitely not the best and I would have to agree with everything you said. Great post! xx

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    1. Ty Olivia!! SAME I keep getting re-excited every time I see someone post about it too. Ahh AVLEOS is amazing! Lol I feel that about 2020, it already feels too long 😂 Aw ik the Penderwicks have my heart forever. Haha, it’s strange bc Diary of a Wimpy Kid seems to be such a staple and I think I even lowkey enjoyed them in like 1st grade but then started to dislike them over time?

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  6. I love your choices ❤ The Percy Jackson books definitely have the best hilarious chapter titles! THUG and Simon Vs are so amazing too. And also WHYYY would you point out that RWRB (which is amazing btw) left out the Oxford comma I hadn’t noticed that before and now… I can’t see it the same way anymore this is not a good revelation to me lmao. Also I haven’t read Macbeth (I did enjoy Hamlet though) but I also DESPITE Romeo and Juliet I genuinely don’t know why everyone loves it?? I swear the whole bookish community is like boooo no instalove… omg heart eyes Romeo and Juliet ❤ ❤ And I’m just here like… bruh they killed themselves after like 2 days. Wait am I getting sidetracked…

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    1. Thanks Kay ❤️ Omg I know they’re all so amazing!! Ahhh I’m so sorry for ruining it for you 😂 I think that was legit my first thought when I saw the book for the first time, why is my brain like this. Ugh I know, I kept getting so angry the whole time I was reading Romeo & Juliet. The age difference, the instalove, the ridiculous miscommunication…I did love the Leonardo DiCaprio movie version though lol. And I would recommend Macbeth! Still not perfect (from what I understand, Shakespeare just generally isn’t fantastic at writing female characters) but I had a lot more fun reading it.

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