The conflict happened when Percy found out that Dr. Thorn was still alive Dr. Thorn attacked Percy and his friends when they went to get Grover, Percy's friend who is half goat. The rising action happened when they were on their way to the Hoover Dam and they find a manatee who has the power to destroy the whole world. The climax happened when they went to San Francisco and found Annabeth's dad and he told them to go to the top of the mountain. the falling action was the battle where Percy held up the weight of the sky. The resolution was when they went to Olympus and told the gods all about it and how The Titans Army is fighting back.. “You have done good Percy Jackson” (p 310). Another thing that happened was that they found out that Bianca and Nico are children of Hades.
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...would like this book even more if it had multiple P.O.Vs. it goes from Grovers to Percy to Annabeth and Thilia.
In the beginning of the book, the author had Percy go to the school. Percy would meet Bianca and Nico at the school and they later help Percy and his friends out a lot. They later figure out that Bianca and Nico are children of Hades. The author had them meet Dr. Thorn so that Annabeth and Dr. Thorn would fall of the cliff. The author had Percy’s horse show up so that he could fly him to Washington state to figure out that Luke and Dr. Thorn are still alive. “Percy, Grover said, You are not suppose to be here, Luke I said, trying to catch my breath he is here” (p 110). Then the author had them go to San Francisco so that they could have the fight on top of the mountain where Zoe died. I think the author did a good job putting the story together.
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