The crew is forced to stop on an island once again. And he doesn't know that this is the home of the cyclopses; they are giant and disgusting and vicious and cannibals and live off goats and each other. So Ulysses has to trick and deceive and con Polyphemus to blind him. And this enables Ulysses to escape and throw in the last laugh. But this makes Poseidon mad and angry. (Sentance 3)
Chapter 6: Keeper of the Winds
To get back to Ithaca, Ulysses has to impress Aolis with his stories, make him give him the bag of winds, and guard it against anyone who doesn't know what they are dealing with. (Sentance 9)
Chapter 7: Cannibal Beach
Ulysses sent men to look out for danger, and they never came back. (Sentance 8) After a while, he found out the trees weren't trees at all! They were giants, all screaming and bellowing like mad eating all of the men. But they all escaped, with the expense of 2 of the 3 ships.
Chapter 8: Circe
Chapter 9: The Land of the Dead
Chapter 10: The Wandering Rocks
Once again, we are on another island. When Ulysses went to check on the exploration party, he found that they had all turned to pigs. So, he went to Hermes, who gave him a magic flower. Using said flower, he would have to trick Circe into thinking that he was a powerful wizard and make her turn all of his men back. He managed to do this, and he set sail from this island after marrying Circe.
After Circe looked into what Ulysses had to do to get back to Ithaca, he found that he had to get to the land of the dead and get advice from the spirits. On his ride, the ship groaned against itself; it felt like an earthquake 24/7. (Sentence 4) The spirits there told him of future events and how to prepare for them.
Ulysses got cocky, so some giant rocks, foreboding his punishment, blocked his path. (Sentence 5)