Re: Percy Jackson, best series?
Percy Jackson is not a bad book in terms of plot but I would like to point out that the author clearly uses a obvious meathod and style of writing , which is Time , Setting , DeadLine and Plot. He arranges the book in such a way that it is clearly visible .
Originally Posted by sharmd
A casual layman reader may not not ice it but a person who anylizes books and not only reading it would find the book to be child's play . Any author would feel the same.
I would also like to add that it sucks in terms of character's movement.
Books are classified into 3 main parts . One focuses more on character development and the other in terms of Plot.
Here are my analyzing for both
Plot: Constant and Dynamic , Leading up to an ending. Ending already formed in mind
Character Development: The character grows and matures , and his viewpoints change. He is a dynamic character who has shown to have changes throughtout the series . It passes in terms of Litery
Style of Writing: Abstract and not easily copied. Well Done
Plot: Mostly consist of one shot stories unrelated to the next book . Bah..not too bad , but still..
Character Development: Stagnant and so fails in this aspect
Style of Writing: Average and can be copied by many starting authors.
Verdict :Though most books have trouble putting litery fiction and plot based fiction together to form a unsion of one , Harry Potter has done that and Percy Jackson series has failed to do so..though percy jackson is not a bad book , it cannot compare to Harry Potter