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Percy Jackson And The Olympians Essay

1259 words - 6 pages

This book is called Percy Jackson and the Olympians the lighting thief the. the

author this book is Rick Riordan. Percy Jackson and the Olympians has 375 pages. The

number of words in this report is from 800 to 1000 words. The opening of the novel

began by

Percy (the main character) speaking to us telling us that he never wanted to be half blood,

which was his first problem. He then introduced him self as a dyslexic boy who also had

ADHD, and he was 12 years old. The setting took place in New York City, Percy was

sent to a boarding school for troubled kids. The beginning of the book was a good hook,

it really got the reader wondering what will happen next. The ...view middle of the document...

When they got to the underworld it turned

out that Hades had not taken the bolt because Hade’s helmet of darkness had been taken

away too. Percy escaped from the under world only to find out that his uncle Ares -god of

war- had taken both the helmet and bolt. Percy made a deal that if he beat his uncle in a

Duel that his uncle would have to give the items back to Percy and would have to leave

them alone. His uncle agreed to the deal. They both duled until Percy stabed his sord in to

the ancle of his uncle and deafeted him. His uncle vanished leaving only the blot and

helmet behind. Percy saw a demon from the underworld and told it to take the helmet to

Hades and tell him what had happened and that it was all a misunderstanding. After he

Raced to take the bolt back. As soon as he enterd the big room filled with the gods he ran

right twards his father he was so pleased to see him and told him everything that had

happened and gave the bolt back to Zeus they did not understand why Ares would do that.

The main character in this book was Percy Jackson. He is a boy 5,5. He is 12, and

in 6th grade. In the book he describes him self as a tall boy with black hair and sea green

eyes (which is ironic considering the fact that he is the son of the god of the sea). He also describes him self as a “troubled kid” although he is not. Percy is a half blood and has

Trouble reading English because he was born a demigod and is born to only read Greek

He also says he had ADHD which is also a fake symptom because those are just his war

Fighting instincts, that’s why he can’t ever sit down for a long time. His father is

Poseidon god of the sea brother of Zeus and Hades. His mother is sally Jackson a human

Who fell in love with a god. His mother married a man named Gabe only to protect him.

Percy is a demigod half human half god. He...

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