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A Review of the Book Percy Jackson and the Titan’s curse Percy Jackson and the Titan’s Curse was written by an American writer Rick Riordan

A Review of the Book Percy Jackson and the Titan’s curse
Percy Jackson and the Titan’s Curse was written by an American
writer Rick Riordan. This book is based on Greek mythology. It is a total fiction
but when we read, we couldn’t say like that. The book was carved by the author
very carefully. It has all aspects of style like adventure, thrill, magnificence and
lots of emotions. This book is the third part of the Percy Jackson series: The
first two books are; 1. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief.
2. Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters.
This series consists of six books and there is also a another series of five books
based on this series. The story is very interesting that it increases the
expectations tremendously and satisfies with thrill. The hero of the novel is
Percy Jackson who was son of the sea god Poseidon. The story starts with the
finding of two new half-blood children who are the children between God and
human. Percy, Thalia, Annabeth and Grover fought Dr. Thorn and rescued
them. But unfortunately Annabeth, daughter of Goddess Athena missed in the
fight and was kidnapped by him. Another important thing is that the author has
changed the stereotype of a monster. While we think monsters are like a big,
ugly and weird animals, the writer has changed them as the gentlemen. The
children Bianca Di Angelo and Nico Di Angelo play an important role in the
story. Artemis, the Goddess of hunting who went in search of a doomsday
monster also missed. So, the Camp of half-bloods planned a Quest and got
oracle from the spirit of Delphi. The oracle is a one which adds to the interest,
beauty and also the thrilling factor of the story. Here the oracle was that only
five people can go for a quest and among them, one will be lost in the land
without rain and another will be perished by a parent’s hand. Besides the danger,
there prevailed some competition for the quest. Since the oracle is all about the
goddess Artemis, the hunters were given priority. So, Zoe, Bianca and Phoebe
joined from the hunters side and Thalia who was the daughter of sky god Zeus
and Grover, a satyr joined from the campers side to the quest. Percy was
neglected. But he managed to join the quest instead of Phoebe and later came to
know it is because Goddess Aphrodite. The promise made by Percy to Nico to
prevent Bianca from dangers occupies an important part of the story. But

unfortunately, Percy could not prevent Bianca and she risk her life as she took
the toy of god for her brother from the junkyard and became the part of the
oracle. The animal Bessie which was introduced as an ordinary animal turns out
to be the important element and constitutes the main thing for changing the rule
of Olympus. Finally, Artemis and Annabeth were rescued from the hands of
Luke and General of Chronas who was Atlas, the person who shoulders the sky
who blamed Artemis through Annabeth and shouldered the sky to Artemis. At
last, Zoe was killed by Atlas who was her father and the oracle became true
once again. The sacrifice of Zoe and the permission given by Percy’s mother to
search for Annabeth became the emotional part of the story. The prophecy of
olden days that the fate of Olympus will be decided by a child of one of the big
three gods who are Zeus, Poseidon and Hades became the main part of the story.
The question about the parents of Bianca and Nico follows throughout the novel
and thrills the reader at last by its answer. Thus the novel ended with an
interesting question that who will save the Olympus from the Titan’s curse. It
is that the Gods will be destroyed by their children as they killed their father
Chronas and captured the throne of the world which stirs us to read the next
book which is Percy Jackson and the Battle of Labyrinth.