Percy's Loyalty In The Lightning Thief

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Another way that The Lightning Thief displays loyalty is Percy’s relationship with his mother. At first he thought she had died, but was only sent to the underworld. He was told that if he returned Zeus’ lightning bolt, he would get his mother back. He would have done anything to get her back, and that’s just what he did. He traveled to the Underworld, almost being killed, so he could have his mother back. Although most people would expect anyone to do that for their mother, some may not, and what he did was really brave.
Also, in today’s society, If someone is taken, or kidnapped, they would not be taken to hell. They would be at a house/bunker, and someone would have to find them there. The circumstances are different, but the situation is the same. Thinking about it, Greek Mythology is one of the bases of life. It is still taught in many schools. At least schools teach about Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades, or if anything, They read The Lightning Thief, which is still Greek Mythology.
In The Lightning Thief, Rick Riordan does a fantastic job of incorporating Greek Gods like Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades, and sticking to their stories. He states that Zeus is the power of the Gods, and of the skies. Poseidon is the God of the Sea, and Hades was still the god of the Underworld. Not the best thing to be the God of, …show more content…

Some have to work a little harder than others. Some people, on the other hand, just have it in them, that they could never deceive another human being. Not deceive, lie, cheat, steal, or anything else. They want to do what’s for the better good. Although everyone may not be born with the “Ride or die/Stick until the end” thought process, anyone can achieve at least a little bit of it. Many people walk all over people without realizing it, whereas some do it on purpose. Some people may not know how to control it, and others may not be able to control their loyalty, and be the ones who are walked

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