The Lightning Thief

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  • “Who in the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle.” Alice Carroll
  • Percy Jackson The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
  • Percy is a troubled teen, from N.Y. and always getting into trouble at school. He is different and wonders why he doesn't fit in. Turns out in his quest to find answers,he discovers he is a demi-god, son of a Greek god.He travels to camp Half Blood to get answers from monsters chasing him.
  • At Camp Half-Blood, he meets many other half-bloods, born of the Olympian gods. Percy trains with the other campers. He learns that someone has stolen Zeus' lightning bolt, and as the son of Poseidon, he is blamed for it!
  • Percy begins a quest with Annabeth, daughter of Athena, and his satyr friend Grover, to recover the lost master bolt and prevent war between Zeus and Poseidon. Percy has only had a few days of training, but he has to save the world.
  • The trio travel far and wide and battle against many monsters. They reach the Underworld in Hollywood and confront Hades about the missing master bolt. Hades does not have it and accuses Percy of stealing his own helm of darkness!
  • The heroes escape Hades and find Ares who had stolen the Helm of darkness and the Lightning Bolt from the original thief. Percy wounds Ares, and wins the Helm. Percy & friends return the Helm & Bolt to owners.
  • Luke confesses to stealing the lightning bolt. Luke says he works for the titan Kronos, who is planning to start a war between the Olympian gods. The mystery of the lightning bolt appears to be solved, but still a greater threat remains. WHAT?
  • My Master Kronos will destroy the gods...
  • You'll never get away with it...
  • Will Percy discover who he really is? In this fantasy meets reality novel, there's never a dull moment. From the streets of New York to the depths of the Underworld there's non stop action. Riordan is a mastermind at blending the modern world into the mythological world. When the two worlds collide the reader is in for a fast paced journey into the realm of the unknown. No movie screen could ever replace the world this novel allows your mind to explore.
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