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Percy Jackson and the Olympians:The Lighting Thief

All about Percy Jackson and the Olympians:The Lighting Thief.

Trevor Ellis

on 18 April 2011

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief Percy Jackson is all about a child whos father is Poseidon, the Greek God of the sea. Zeus accuses Poseidon of stealing his master bolt, and Percy must go on a quest to get the bolt back. The settings of Percy Jackson are New York, Las Vegas, Las Angeles, Saint Louis, and the Underworld. The time period of Percy Jackson us the present. In the beginning, Zeus greek king of gods and god of the sky, accuses Poseidon's son of stealing his master bolt, so Percy must go on an adventure to find the bolt. Percy has to journey with his friends Grover and Annabeth to find the bolt. Beroe he gets the bolt, he must find three pearls so he can teleport back to New York. So, he journeys from New York, to Saint Louis, to Las Vegas, to Las Angeles, then to the Underworld, then back to New York, with the master bolt in hand. On the way back to Mount Olypmus, home of the gods, Percy is attacked by an old friend, Luke, and Luke almost gets away with it, but Percy uses his powers of Poseidon to wash Luke away with thousands of gallons of water. The major characters of Percy Jackson are Percy Jackson, Grover, Annabeth, and Luke. The minor characters are the 12 Greek gods and goddesses, and Chiron, a centaur who teaches the sons and daughters of the gods and goddesses. The outcome of the book is Percy washes Luke away, grabs the master bolt, and returns it to Zeus. This book was a great book, and I would read it again anytime. In the end, Percy washes away Luke, and returns the bolt back to Zeus just in time.
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