Percy Jackson Sea of Monsters Book Report
The book I had chosen for my book project was Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan. The main character in this book was Percy Jackson his father is Poseidon the god of the sea and his mother is a normal human. In the book he discovers more of his abilities he inherited from his father and he learns to like his half-brother Tyson. Tyson is also a son of Poseidon, but instead of a human he is a Cyclops. He is younger than Percy and embarrasses Percy all the time.
Although he is not smart he is incredibly strong like all other Cyclops and he is very loving and caring. Another character is Annabeth.She is the daughter of Athena and like Percy, her other parent is human. She is very confident and brilliant. She doesn’t like to be proved wrong. Although she is sometimes harsh on Percy she does value his friendship.
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Then there is Clarisse the daughter of Ares.
She is extremely hot headed. In this book she travels with Percy, Tyson, and Annabeth to prove herself to her father and all the other half bloods and camp Half-Blood. The main plot in this story is Percy must rescue Grover, his satyr friend and guardian, since he is held captive by the evil Cyclops Polyphemus.The reason Grover went off was to find the Golden Fleece, which can save the poisoned tree that provides the camp with protect and acts as a barrier from all magic creatures besides gods and half bloods. As Percy, Tyson, Annabeth, and Clarisse travel together through the Sea of Monsters to rescue Grover and get the Golden Fleece the learn of a dark plot that involves Luke, a old friend of Annabeth and son of Hermes, trying to bring back the evil Titan Lord Kronos back from Tartaris. When reading through the book I really didn’t connect with any of the characters.I did notice that each of them put their lives in danger to rescue and friend of theirs.
The most interesting part of the story would have to be when Percy, Tyson, Annabeth, and Clarisse reach Grover and how they save him. It is almost exactly like when Odysseus escaped him in the Odyssey. Although they didn’t stab him in the eye, they did blind him then hid under the belly of his sheep when he opened the big rock door to escape. The theme of this story I would have to say was that you will risk anything for your friends.