MoA Countdown Day ThirtyOne

Through September I'll post all the things that I’m looking forward to in Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan and sort of hoping/thinking that could happen. A post every day! If I can stay in schedule, it's surely a miracle. 

Of course I hope I'm amusing someone else besides myself and I’d love to hear what you think, if you agree or disagree or if I missed something. Obviously not every thing is going to make the list, since I have exactly 32 things to post. The last one will go up on October 2nd. And if you're wondering, these are not in any special order.

31) Greek (and Roman) Gods

They're one of the most exciting aspect of the books and especially written the way that Riordan does. It's always curious to know what Riordan has plotted. I personally love it how he writes these ordinary things in to the Greek myths, how the demigods see the truth and us foolish mortals are fooled by the Mist. 
Then there's the thing that the Greek gods (Romans maybe less) are not only well written, but also funny. 

I've always liked the Greek myths and it's interesting too se them sort of re-written. They call Rick Riordan "the Myth Master" for a reason. 

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