Self-Sacrifice In The House Of Hades By Rick Riordan

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A book about Greek and Roman children of god's going to Hades and Tartarus. There's even resurrection in this book.Nope, sorry students can't read that, banned. The book is an interesting action packed and most important full of lessons. The lessons learned from a book are always the most important thing in the book. Students should be able to read The House of Hades by Rick Riordan because it teaches self sacrifice, nothing is impossible if the reader tries, and that promises should be kept. First,The House of Hades shows great acts of courage through self sacrifice. One example of this is when, Bob, Percy and Annabeth are stuck in Tartarus. The Doors(of Death) are the only way out. The Doors are like an elevator, but someone has to push…show more content…
It shows self sacrifice for a greater cause, Bob is willing to be trapped in Tartarus to save Percy and Annabeth. Bob is willing to be trapped for eternity to save his friends. Hazel stands up against an immortal Pasiphae and defeats her because of her training and hard work. And Nico kept his promise to Percy it was not easy, Nico put his life on the line many times to keep his promise. Sometimes a book can have a bad first appearance but give it a chance. Books have many lessons in them and that's the important part. Dig a little deeper and look at the lessons it might just
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