The Minotaur Battle - Percy Jackson Book #1

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  • Character vs. Character
  • NOOOOOOO!!!!!!!
  • Character vs. Character
  • Character vs. Character
  • Hey meat for brains! Come and get me!
  • Then, with an angry roar, the monster closed his fists around my mother's neck, and she dissolved before my eyes, melting into light, a shimmering golden form, as if she were a holographic projection. Pg. 53. This shows how the fight starts.
  • Character vs. Character
  • Anger replaced my fear. Newfound strength burned in my limbs the same rush of energy I'd gotten when Mrs. Dodds grew talons. Pg. 53. This explains how he could pull off the Minotaur's horn later.
  • Character vs. Character
  • "Hey!" I screamed, waving the jacket, running to one side of the monster. "Hey, stupid! Ground beef!" Pg. 53. This shows how Percy's plan started working.
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  • My legs tensed. I couldn't jump sideways, so I leaped straight up, kicking off from the creature's head, using it as a springboard, turning in midair, and landing on his neck. Pg. 54. This is another way that he could get close to the head to unattach the horn to kill the Minotaur.
  • The bull-man wheeled toward him, pawed the ground again, and got ready to charge. I thought about how he had squeezed the life out of my mother, made her disappear in a flash of light, and rage filled me like high-octane fuel. I got both hands around one horn and I pulled backward with all my might. The monster tensed, gave a surprised grunt, then-snap! Pg. 55. This scene shows how Percy could kill the Minotaur.
  • Without thinking, I rolled to one side and came up kneeling. As the monster barreled past, I drove the broken horn straight into his side, right up under his furry rib cage. Pg. 55. This shows how Percy kills the Minotaur and ends the fight.
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