The story is told in third person point of view and there are no chapter titles. The chapters alternate between Percy, Annabeth, Hazel, Leo, Jason, Frank and Piper. There is a total of seventy-eight chapters.
Furthermore, are all of Rick Riordan’s books connected?
All of Rick Riordan’s book are set in the same universe, meaning that they all interact with each other and all interact with each other anyway from meeting in person to mentioning each other.
Also, how long is Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief book?
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How many Percy Jackson books are there in total?
Percy Jackson: The Complete Series includes all five novels in the action-packed, electrifying series from Rick Riordan: The Lightning Thief, The Sea of Monsters, The Titan’s Curse, The Battle of the Labyrinth, and The Last Olympian.
In the new story, Nico and Will are determined to rescue Bob, no matter what Camp Half-Blood counselors Chiron and Mr. D have to say about it. After planting that story seed in The Tower of Nero and conceiving of a new book from Nico’s perspective, Riordan decided he couldn’t do it alone.
Common Sense Media (my go-to spot for judging what media is appropriate for what age of kids) rates the Percy Jackson books as for kids aged 9–10.
The 13th Olympian After Annabeth cheats on him with a son of Apollo, Percy leaves camp and finds comfort with his father at the bottom of the sea. After a long time cutting himself off from people Zues invites him to a Olympian council meeting and offers him immortality again though this time he accepts.
Zeus accepts the bolt and Percy has a short talk with his father, Poseidon, before returning to camp, where he learns that his mother is alive. He bumps into Luke, who reveals that he stole the bolt and helm for Kronos and then calls out a poisonous scorpion which stings and nearly kills Percy.
In chapter twelve, Percy, Annabeth, and Grover have just escaped Medusa. … Percy has a dream that an ominous voice asks him for help and to bring it the lightning bolt, and he feels that the thing is using him to pull itself up from the bottom of a pit.
Annabeth tells Percy that he can’t barter with Hades for his mom. Hades is too powerful and too greedy. Annabeth tells Percy about her dad, who she loathes. When she arrived at his doorstep in a golden cradle, carried down by a wind from Mount Olympus, her dad thought it was the biggest inconvenience.
why percy jackson always use verb as past-form.
A big, and we mean BIG, mean-looking biker dude roles into the diner. He sits right down in Percy, Annabeth, and Grover’s booth and rudely orders the waitress around. Percy is super-annoyed and angered by this dude. We learn that this is Ares, the god of war.