Essay On Percy Jackson

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"The Sea of Monsters" by Rick Riordan is the second book in the "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" arrangement. In this book, Percy Jackson goes up against a mission to spare his dearest Camp Half Blood. Percy Jackson is seen nearing the finish of his seventh grade year and even though amped up for being finished with the school, and going to Camp Half Blood for the late spring, Percy is worried about a nightmare dream he has had in regards to his companion Grover. Percy doesn't know what the fantasy has implied but rather at last chooses he needs to concentrate on school. At the point when Percy touches base at school he and his companion, Tyson, are tormented by a gathering of new young men that have arrived. Tyson reveals to Percy that the young men have an interesting scent and soon the young men start to form into extensive creatures and…show more content…
Percy is a little ashamed that he has gone from the only son of Poseidon and a hero of camp half-blood to the brother of a monster, but in spite that he does care for Tyson. Tyson has to deal with a lot of disdain and inequality such as bullying him ignored him , from the students at the school he attends with Percy, from the other monsters, from the half-bloods at camp. But he is unlike any other monster, he has a really pure heart. He didn’t feel ashemed of his brother eventhough his face is cylopes. He loves Percy, loves his father and believes when he prayed to Poseidon for a friend he was led to Percy. He is willing to do anything to prove himself, anything to help Percy, and there are more than a few times that it is only Tyson’s presence which helps keep Percy and his friends safe and out of trouble. My Conclusion is I enjoyed the Percy Jackson shows his braveness to save the camp half blood and get the golden fleece to save Thalia. Percy shown also his leadership to find and save
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