The Mark of Athena

Topics: The Battle of the Labyrinth, Percy Jackson, The Lightning Thief Pages: 2 (509 words) Published: August 27, 2013
TITLE: The Mark of Athena
AUTHOR: Rick Riordan
Intro:
When you find yourself on a flying ship waiting to land and then suddenly meet an exploding statue you’re in Annabeth Chase’s life. The crew of the 4 demigods in the Prophecy Seven venture out to Camp Jupiter, a Roman camp. They go there to find Percy, Frank, and Hazel the 3 other demigods for the prophecy. They ride on the Argo 2nd, a ship that one of the demigods made which can travel in the air and water. After landing in peace, one of the seven demigods started firing the ballistae at the Romans and had no control over his body! The seven demigods barely made it out alive. Speeding away from the Romans as fast as they could they head out to save Nico di Angelo and stop the giants from destroying the gods. Annabeth has her own dilemma though. She has to follow the Mark of Athena to find and bring back something that the Romans stole from the Greeks that was dedicated to Athena. The catch is that she can only go alone. No help, no powers just her smarts. Go with her as she unravels why so many children of Athena have never come back from trying to find that holy figure that was taken by the Romans. Will the seven demigods make it in time to save Nico di Angelo? Will Annabeth complete the mission that her mother sent her on, which nobody has ever came back successfully or have even survived? Will they stop the giants who imprisoned Nico? Read “The Mark of Athena” to find out because, I’m not telling you. My favorite character in this book is Annabeth because; she goes through denial with her mother and gets the job to follow the Mark of Athena. She is a very realistic teenager in America. Having a boyfriend and having problems with her mother. The only real difference between the seven demigods and real teenagers is that they have weapons, godly parents and powers according to their godly parent. I could only find one thing in this book that I didn’t like. It is that Rick put almost all of the bad luck on...
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