Comments: This is a very active site. The stories are much, much better than most of the crap you'll find on fanfiction.net - in fact, a lot of them are good enough to be published! The users are much nicer, with not a single troll or flamer (and any trolls or flamers that do come will be banned very quickly). If they don't like something about your story, they'll give you friendly, polite CC. Currently there are over 300 original, well-written stories. There's something in it for pretty much everyone, and I can almost guarantee that you'll love it.
Synopsis: An old fool's vengence forces Apollo to keep a huge and possibly devestating secret from Artemis for over a decade, a deception that she may never be able to forgive him for. Winner of the Veritas OC award. Ghost Writers Approved. Beta by Shrrgnien.
Comments: An old cliché that, for once, doesn't suck. Child of Artemis stories are usually very bad indeed, but this story is a shining example of one of the few ways a child of Artemis story can be done, and done well. the O.C, Armani, is very well-written, and serves as an example of a well-defined character. His flaws and powers are well balanced, and the author managed to make the reader sympathize with him through the whole story, even when he is not being entirely reasonable. The author's grammar isn't perfect, but it's been revamped, and the plot more then make up for this.
Synopsis: Percy, betrayed by who he thought was his soulmate, takes a daring act and swears himself by the oldest Primordial. Now, he has to deal with the consequences, both good and bad. Eventual Percy/Artemis. Beta by Nogoodnms
Comments: Another story that is based around the premise of a common Percy Jackson Fanfiction cliche, but this story is one of the few that is done well. The story is paced well as well as well writen. The pairing while slow to happen, is done well enough. The Chaos stuff doesn't even show up until chapter 18. This isn't only a good Percy Jackson fanfiction, this is a good story in general. Most chapters are very long too, some even 58 thousand words in length. The only issue really against the story is the weird perceptive writing change that happens after chapter five, where ever chapter before it was in first person, and from chapter six onward, its in third person. Another nitpick is the occasional grammar and pronunciation mistakes, but those are usually before chapter five and you barely notice them because you are so invested in the story. I'd definitely give this story a good read.
Synopsis: One life is not enough for love; Percy and Annabeth try for the Isles of the Blest, but it seems that fate is not always kind to them. (Taken from the Pit)
Comments: Simple as the author's description reads, Percy and Annabeth go for reincarnation after the events of the books. Each life (save for the third one) is a self-contained chapter, and while not as long as the books, it proves fascinating. A read that will keep you up from start to finish, tantalizing you until you complete it.
Synopsis: Unable to sleep, Percy, age 20, decides to finally ask his father some hard questions, never thinking that the answers might surprise him.
Comments: A nice post-series one shot that looks at what the world looks like four years later from Percy's point of view. It has wonderful characterization and despite how short it is has a very nice feel to it.
Seconded by cedarleaf. Wonderfully insightful into the relationship between Percy and his parents, both sad and sweet.
Synopsis: Annie doesn't know her father. When she finds out, she resents him more than just a little. Meanwhile, her friend Colin is apparently in love with her. Does she love him back, or is it just a crush?
Synopsis: She is one day from sixteen for all the days of her life. Thalia's story.
Comments: Tear Jerkingly beautiful, as the details of Thalia's life from six years old to 16. Touchingly sweat, chillingly dark, heart breakingly honest. There is not better look into the mind of the Daughter Of Zeus. Completely cannon to, with the exception of a single scene due to this being written pre-Last Olympian.
Synopsis: To Be a Tree chronicles Thalia Grace's life after she was turned into a tree by her father, Zeus, and how she is still conscious within, listening to all the happenings of the camp.
Comments: To Be a Tree is a very interesting story that seems impossible. How could someone write in the point of view of a tree? But that's exactly what Trisha, the author, manages to do. The fic itself jumps around in capter length (which Trisha chalks up to half being written longhand and half writen on the computer), but even with its relative shortness, it's heartwarming and sweet.
Status: Ongoing, but with large gaps between updates.
Synopsis: Alice was living the ultimate irony when she fell down a hole and ended up in another world. The Underworld, to be precise. When she accidentally eats the food of the dead, she has to endure the punishment. Nico x OC
Comments: Still in progress. Alice is a very likable OC who isn't a Mary Sue. The author is really good at characterization, and there aren't many noticeable grammar mistakes.
Synopsis: The head councilors of each cabin are given a special reward; laptops! But what happens when someone with all the wisdom in the world runs into something with no wisdom at all? Hilarity, that's what.
Comments: What started out as an X meets Y fic has quickly turned into a charming comedy fic from the POV of Annabeth about her life as a normal teen hanging out with her friends. The characterization is very good, the shipping is there but not a main plot point, lots of continuity nods, and plenty of internet memes used in a way that isn't stupid or over bearing. Really makes you want to hang out at Half Blood. Still in progress, and in it's early stages.
Synopsis: The gods think they no longer need our kind. We are their children, their flesh and blood. They betrayed us. It is our time to fight back.
Comments: The story blends a good amount of realism versus the fantasy of the Percy Jackson stories. The plot is rather original, and while shipping is present it's kept at a minimum compared to the rest of the story. It's still in progress.
Synopsis: His name is not Peter Blofis. He's not mortal. He's not really Percy Jackson's younger brother. He's definitely not forced on a complicated quest to find his missing brother. And we're definitely sure Percy Jackson is not dead yet. Post Second Series.
Comments: Post-Heroes of Olympus, In progress. Be prepared to laugh, cry and stare, and meet a lot of the good ol' favorites!
Sypnosis: Taken from the summary provided: Chiron always said there’d be legends about him one day. He hadn’t thought that’d result in him fighting to the death with other Heroes, though. Percy Jackson and the Olympians/F/SN.
Comments: Thread 2 can be found here, while the current one is here.
Sypnosis: 'And I've removed the filter from your eyes which covered them before, so now, you'll easily distinguish between gods and men.' After the power of the Mist began to weaken, the demigods found themselves in the middle of a whole new world.
Comments: A Dresden/Jackson crossover. Thread 2 can be found here
Summary: "Sorry," said the son of Hades, "but if I surrendered to an organization called the House of Life, my dad would kill me." After a run in with the Kanes, Nico unwittingly ends up becoming a host for the Egyptian death god Anubis.
Comments: An amazing fic which combines the aspects of both series fabulously. With serious action and some rare but uproariously funny humor, this is my second all-time favorite fic.
Seconded by cedarleaf. This troper was completely blown away by how outrageously awesome this story is and read the entire thing in one sitting because it's just that good. Characterizations are spot on, the action is engaging, conflicts are complex, and if you're not laughing at least thrice a chapter, then you need a new sense of humor. There isn't a single thing about this fic I don't recommend.
Comments: This is probably the most stupidest (in a good way) fanfic ever written, but you can't help it but keep laughing at Percy's adventures with Dora and Boots. I cannot describe this work. If you need something quick, funny, and stupid, I recommend you should give this fanfiction a try.
Summary: It didn't take long for the logical side of her to ascertain her location. She was, after all, a daughter of Athena. She was in his bed. Devoid of a few choice articles of clothing. Di immortales.
Comments: This fic is excellently well-written and really has gotten characterization down pat. It's something I enjoy reading again and again, and definitely deserves this recommendation.
Summary: Aska means ashes. The ashes that you, son of Hades, rule over. You've always wanted a quest; and now you have one. Join the Norseling. Join her and overthrow Hel. Join her and overthrow your father's kingdom. Join her before the ashes blow away in the wind.
Warning: Post-TLO, Post-TSN
Comments: This fic shows excellent writing, a likeable OC, and impressive creativity. Definitely worth checking out if you want a fresh take on the Nico/OC or the Percy Jackson series in general. The trope page can be found here: Aska
Summary: AU, as its premise is Luke didn't die. After the Final Battle, Luke and Percy return to Camp Half-Blood with the former's memories wiped. As they try to rebuild their friendship, it is discovered that Aphrodite has been messing with Percy far more than she let on...
Warnings: Post-TLO, slash, partially AU
Comments: Excellently and believably written. There are several O Cs, all of whom are well-written and do not hijack the story. Both fluffy and angsty.