Recently, I read Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods by Rick Riordan. I feel pleased with this book. I say this because I really don’t like books, but this book kept me hooked throughout the whole story and it was very interesting.
The protagonist is Percy Jackson. His story is set at the beginning of the galaxy. The significance of the beginning of the galaxy setting is that it explains how the galaxy started in greek mythology form.
Percy Jackson faces certain forces and pressures. Well, since he is half greek because his dad is the god of the sea, if he tells everything about the gods he will get in big trouble. He meets these forces and pressures by deciding to so he made the story as clean as possible so he won’t get in trouble. You can see this early in the book.
The tension rises when Percy tells the story of gods vs. the evil Titans. This might leave a reader feeling hooked. I say this because literally a royal rumble when god and titans face off and there’s a lot of blood that was shed.
The book climaxes when Zeus kills a lot of people for not obeying him over little such as not giving him something and Zeus did not care if you died or not because it will not affect him.Tags: #9thgrader #greekgods #plot Harvest Collegiate High School