Percy Jackson - Percy Jackson is the twelve-year-old protagonist of The Lightning Thief. He is the narrator and the hero of The Lightning Thief. At the beginning of the story, Percy's life perspective is pretty negative. Percy is a 12-year-old boy who has been expelled from every school he has attended in the past 6 years. Percy is dyslexic and has ADHD. A scene that best shows this is when he says, “I could start at any point in my short and miserable life to prove it.” When he begins telling his story, he's a bit grumpy, angry, or even depressed. Percy comes from a very humble background, meaning he is grateful for the simple joys in life. Percy never knew his dad. His mother eventually married a guy named Gabe Ugliano, Percy calls him Smelly Gabe. They live in a small apartment in Queens, NY, and Gabe enjoys making Percy's life and Percy's mom's life miserable.
Percy wakes up at a place called camp half-blood. Camp half-blood is created by magical borders in order to protect demigods so they can continue to train while being safe. After entering camp half-blood Percy learns about his identity of being a demigod. A demigod is child from a human and Greek god parent. He learns that he’s the son of one the three major Gods, Poseidon. Also, that his mother is very much alive but is kidnapped by Hades one of the three major Gods as well. Percy then goes into training and utilizes his dragon to be a positive trait that helps him settle into his new life. As his dyslexia functions for mythology and his ADHD helps him keep moving in
He has a good heart even though someone was treating him in an ill-mannered way. For instance, the daughter of Ares named Clarisse, who was very rude to Percy, and her pride seemed like it was higher than the skyscrapers in New York. Jackson has never done anything wrong to her, yet her demeanor was comparable to Hades'. On other hand, Percy seems to be approaching the, "kill them with kindness," path. When Tyson was "claimed" by Poseidon, Percy was embarrassed. However, Jackson accepted his brother, who also was very kind and owns a pure heart. Tyson was a cyclops and was feared by most of the campers in the Camp Half Blood. Yes, he looked like
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief is about a 12 year old boy named Percy Jackson who's getting chased by mythological monsters and his two friends Annabeth Chase, daughter of Athena, and Grover Underwood a satyr who is Percy's protector. Percy was in 6th grade and had just gotten out of school for summer break, when he found out that he was a half-blood, his mother was Sally Jackson, a mortal and his father was Poseidon, king of the sea. Percy got sent to camp Half-Blood for protection from monsters and got assigned a mission to find a lightning bolt that the gods think he stole and prevent a war between the gods, Hades, Poseidon, and Zeus.
The book Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters is story about Greek Gods and Demi Gods. Percy Jackson is the main character and also a Demi God. Annabeth is Percy’s friend and also a Demi God. Tyson is a big strong Cyclops and also Percy’s friend. The story takes you through their adventure of finding the Golden fleece to save to save camp Half-blood from being exposed to the mortal world.
Percy Jackson is the main character in this story, who is a demi god, who mortals are after. His name is short for Perseus and his father is one the big three gods, Poseidon. He is suffering from dyslexia and ADHD, which could be deliberately added to the
The Lightning Thief is a fictional book that is in the point of view of the protagonist, Percy Jackson. In the beginning of the book, Percy discovers that he is a half-blood, a half-human half-God. After an encounter with a Minotaur and his mother mysteriously disappearing, Percy is sent to Camp Half-Blood. At Camp Half-Blood, Percy meets many kids just like him. Percy also discovers many more things about himself. For instance, he finds out that his father is Poseidon, and that his best friend Grover is a satyr. He also finds out that his father Poseidon is accused of stealing his brother Zeus’s master bolt, but Poseidon refused to accept that he had taken the bolt. Percy, Grover, and Annabeth; Percy’s other friend, set off on a quest to
Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief is a story of a boy in high school who has below average grades in a below average household, where he lives with his mother and a nasty old man who abuses his mom. One day while he was away on a school field trip, his life gets completely destroyed, and thrown into a spiral of Greek gods and prophecies. Where he meets a girl who shows him what it
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Percy Jackson the Lighting Thief by Rick Riordan “Hatshepsut” by Catherine M. Andronik is about a women who became a pretend pharaoh (which means leader) when she wasn't supposed to. A demigod is accused of stealing the lighting bolt from zeus and has to return it. Ancient culture counting to shape our world. These stories from ancient greece and ancient egypt that both of these ancient stories it shows that anyone could be anything from a hero to a pharaoh.
The Odyssey, written by Homer, tells the story of the hero Odysseus as he tries to make his way home from the battle at Troy. His journey is filled with hardships and opportunities to grow and change as a man and become a better person. Percy Jackson and The Olympians: Sea of Monsters, written by Rick Riordan, is about two 12/13-year-old friends, Percy and Annabeth, who are children of Poseidon and Athena respectively. They go on a quest to rescue their friends and the camp they attend, where children of the gods are protected. Percy and Annabeth also go through hardships which help them to grow and develop characteristics that are valued in society. Both Homer and Riordan reveal the personality traits of their characters, and the
In the book Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan, Percy is your typical 12-year-old boy who is a troublemaker in school and lives with his mother’s abusive husband. Percy’s life changes when he accused of stealing Zeus’ master bolt and attacked by monsters. Percy’s mother is killed along the way towards a camp called Camp Half-Blood and trains his heritage as a demigod. Percy is then sent on a heroic quest, with friends, to prove his innocence and along the way, rescue his mother from Hades. After a long and arduous journey of being chased by monsters, Percy managed to return the lightning bolt and save his mother. Percy is then betrayed by a close friend, as the friend was the thief, and escaped while warning them of the true mastermind.
Percy Jackson, who is considered a troubled kid in this book. Has transferred to many schools that are considered ‘Appropriate” for his type of education. Percy in a 12 year old troublemaker, that has done serious trouble that lead to him changing to many schools. Right now Percy Jackson is attending Yancy Academy, which is a school for his type of kid. For example, Percy exploded a school bus on a field trip, ON ACCIDENT!
Percy Jackson isn't expecting freshman orientation to be any fun. But when a mysterious mortal acquaintance appears on campus, followed by demon cheerleaders, things quickly move from bad to worse. In this latest installment of the blockbuster series, time is running out as war between the Olympians and the evil Titan lord Kronos draws near. Even the safe haven of Camp Half-Blood grows more vulnerable by the minute as Kronos' army prepares to invade its once impenetrable borders. To stop the invasion, Percy and his demigod friends must set out on a quest through the Labyrinth - a sprawling underground world with stunning surprises at every turn. Along the way Percy will confront powerful enemies, find out the truth about the lost god Pan, and face the Titan lord Kronos’s most terrible secret. After the adventure at Percy’s birthday, Poseidon appeared. Then, Nico came and told Percy that he knew how to defeat the titan armies for good.
Later on in the chapters, Percy discovers that the modern world he lives in is not what he thinks. He finds that ancient Greek theology is very much real. He gets shipped to a camp in the middle of nowhere as a safe haven from dangers of ancient Greek mythology. This camp (Camp Half Blood) is a haven for young demi-gods to find their