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    Book Review for Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Last Olympian The Last Olympian, written by Rick Riordan, is the last book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. In this book, Percy finally has to face his fate and fight the malevolent titan, Lord Kronos. Percy’s prophecy states that he must save Olympus with the other demigods before it and the gods are destroyed. The demigods are in need of help from the gods, but they have a conflict of their own. Saving Olympus seems like a heavy burden on the heroes, but the brutes in the Titan Army will soon learn not to underestimate Percy Jackson. In the whole series of Percy Jackson and the Olympians, the way Riordan writes his characters is very unpredictable. Main characters like,…

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    AustinE- Percy Jackson Edit 21… Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Last Olympian Background Info | Conflicts | Character Analysis | Antagonist | Foil Character | Climax | Resolution | Theme Definition of Dystopia A dysfunctional, government controlled, and overcrowded society, of complete corruption. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eqrHIsf7JhVu70GMD0D332haV67taXDbusTy-L27JCg/edit#slide=id.p5 Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Last Olympian…

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    “Percy Jackson and the Olympians,” is a story about a young boy named Percy Jackson. He has had a troubled life where he is constantly getting kicked out of boarding schools. He meets one of his best friends named, Grover Underwood. Grover was exceptionally nice to Percy and he never figured out why until it all came down to one day. On a class field trip to a history museum, Percy finds out that his Pre-Algebra teacher, Mrs.Dobbs, is a monster. Percy pulls out the pen that Mr.Brunner gave him…

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    The first thing you might imagine when you hear the name Medusa is most likely along the lines of “the woman with snakes for hair and you’ll turn to stone if you look at her face”. Yes, that is true but that’s not all of it, there’s a whole lot more to her story than what meets the eye. When looking for a myth for this essay, I recalled that Medusa was a part of Greek mythology that I curious about ever since I watched ‘Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief’, which is where I was…

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    In a personal interview with John Calder, he stated, “Percy Jackson show kids that just because you have a disability, you shouldn 't let it hold you back.” The author of the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series, Rick Riordan said “Making Percy ADHD/ Dyslexic was my way of honoring the potential of all the kids I’ve known who have those conditions. It 's not a bad thing to be different.” What both Calder and Riordan are saying is that just because a person has a disability, that shouldn 't…

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    Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson surpasses Telemachus in his heroism and nobility by a landslide. Although people may believe Telemachus is favored by the gods, brave, and even caring, Percy Jackson exceeds all of these things because he is not just helped by the gods but given powers from them, is much more braver than Telemachus, and will do anything, absolutely anything to save his friends and family. To begin, Telemachus is favored by the goddess Athena who aids him in many situations.…

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    Betrayal is a common theme in many stories and novels along with plays. One always has a motive behind betrayal which has severe consequences one repents. In the play “Macbeth” by William Shakespeare, Macbeth, the main character, betrays one person after another. Amy tan’s novel, The Kitchen God’s Wife, a historical fiction, novel consists of a character named Winnie who’s betrayed by her own loved ones. In the series Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Luke, the antagonists, betrays the…

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    been present in six instalments beforehand, in The House of Hades Nico came out as having feelings for Percy Jackson. Since The House of Hades, Riordan’s novels have featured gay, bisexual, and transgender characters. While queer themes may not be explicit in the rest of his works, many of his queer characters exist in novels that are not considered to be queer. Some of them, like Nico di Angelo and Magnus Chase, are initially implied to be queer before coming out. Through symbolism attached to…

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    well known works are the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, The Heroes of Olympus, The Kane Chronicles, Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, and The Trials of Apollo. He has received various awards for his novels, including a two-time Mark Twain Award, and the Children's Choice Books Awards for Author of the Year in 2011. He is also a #1 New York Times best selling author. I chose to write about Rick Riordan because I wanted to gain more knowledge about him and his works. Rick Riordan’s…

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    The Sea of Monsters written by Rick Riordan is a book like no other. The author integrated the the real world with Greek stories to show the readers how life would be different this way. The main character, Percy faced problems with his families such as accepting Tyson as his brother, Percy learns to accept the fact that even though his dad was a busy man he still showed sympathy towards him. At the end, Percy learns from his problems that acceptance is the guideline to triumph. In this book,…

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