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Percy Jackson and the Sword of Hades. A Short Story. Released for the World Book Day in UK - Spring Christmas in the Underworld was NOT my idea. Percy Jackson and the Sword of Hades Pdf is available here. You can easily download Percy Jackson and the Sword of Hades Pdf by. Interview With Percy Jackson, Son Of Poseidon. Map Of Camp Half-blood. Annabeth Chase's Camp Trunk. Portraits. Percy Jackson And The Sword Of Hades.
Masts are from trees. I think Arion wants to tell me something. Annabeth LVII: The Percy Jackson series: Popular in American Books. The plot is sorta weak, but it's hard to build a strong one when you've only got a pages or so, so it's excusable. This article is written from a real world point of view.
I would catch the thief just to save it LOLs. So Percy, Thalia and Nico set off with their flowery compass to catch the thief. And needless to say, they do so just at the right moment. With ittie-bitties about Sisyphus, Melinoe and the river Lithe, this 5-chapter story has great potential but I never thought I'd have to say this for a Rick book it doesn't live up to it. Essentially it reads more like a fanfiction story than the author's original work.
Disappointment overload. So my rating would be: I understand I might be a little biased in my rating. You see, if I didn't know how well Rick really writes, I would have given this one 3 stars. But since I do know that Rick's writing is awesomeness personified I justify 2 stars to be apt.
Jul 21, Gregory rated it really liked it. Actual Review: This whole story was so much fun! Reading this adventure about the demigod children of the big three brought back so many beautiful memories! Also, I finally witnessed Bob's creation! Percy, Thalia and Nico will always hold a special place in my heart! Dec 12, Laura marked it as to-read. I'm really annoyed that this book is only being released in the UK, at least initially.
It might be difficult to get it prior to the publication of the 5th book, and it is supposed to take place between books 4 and 5. I really enjoyed the first four books in the series, so I'm looking forward to the next two. View all 3 comments. Oct 10, Cas rated it liked it. Oct 03, Melanie rated it really liked it.
I am so happy I got another story of Percy Jackson!!! This time, i think there should have been a little more background of what Percy new school was like, I just love Ricks discriptions of Percy's different school. If you loved Percy Jackson, this is a great novella if you missed him!!!
Jul 22, Isidora rated it it was amazing Shelves: Za svakoga ko voli Persija i Nika ovo je savrsena prica: Puna akcije,humora i svega sto dobra prica treba da ima: Obavezno preporucujem za ljubitelje Rika Riordana: Ako nista drugo,procitajte bar zbog Boba: Nov 08, Saiber rated it liked it Shelves: I finally understood Bob the Titan's back story. Jun 30, Fatemeh rated it really liked it Shelves: Apr 10, Kyleigh rated it it was amazing.
Apr 07, Tay rated it really liked it Shelves: Okay, while this may be a short novella, of course the writing is decent. It's Rick Riordan's work for crying out loud! Percy is pulled along with two other demi-gods to the underworld to find the Sword of Hades for Persephone. The story is a quick and enjoyable read. The plot is sorta weak, but it's hard to build a strong one when you've only got a pages or so, so it's excusable.
I liked the dialogue; witty and funny, but serious when necessary and there was a few twists that I didn't expect Okay, while this may be a short novella, of course the writing is decent. I liked the dialogue; witty and funny, but serious when necessary and there was a few twists that I didn't expect and the action was really quite good when it came to monster fighting- but my favourite part was when Percy jumped into the River Styx and used it sick kick ass powers to keep himself dry but also drag an evil giant thing in with him.
Nonetheless, I have Son of Sobek in my calendar to get a hold of as another short read; but it sounds so much more exciting! When I get my hands on it, I'll definitely be doing a review. Jul 19, Carina Rosas rated it really liked it. I liked it a lot! Seeing the underworld again, Nico in it!
Nico it's getting older 12 years old, the same age that Percy had when he discover who he was. And Nico stays with his father, I can't wait to see what will be going on there. Can't wait to see him later too. I picture him as a BFF for Tyson haha. Sep 12, Shinpei marked it as to-read. Also, Rick Riodan is a very good author the book title is very cool. Sep 04, Minecraft rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 4 comments. Jan 19, Julie rated it liked it Shelves: Review to come eventually once I finish a few of my reading challenges.
Jun 21, Hannah rated it liked it. A short read, but entertaining! Read summer Apr 14, Cameron rated it liked it Shelves: This story was good. I do like his writing and Emma and I love to talk about the books with each other. If anyone is wanting to read this book it was released only in the UK but now it is in the USA in the book 'The Demigod Files' so you can find it there.
Aug 28, Bookwyrm Katie rated it really liked it Shelves: I guess if I have read it before I could have enjoyed it even more. Still I liked this short story very much. I love the humour and the way greek myths are treated in this series. Dec 11, Kate K. Another wonderful edition to the Percy Jackson series, The Sword of Hades is a small story that occurs before the last book of the series.
For a reader who doesn't know the world of Percy Jackson, this story might be confusing though the plot does not affect the overall series plot.
Percy is pulled along with two other demi-gods to the other world to find the Sword of Hades for Persephone and the story is a quick and enjoyable read. A reader who is not terribly familiar with the tale of Hades and Another wonderful edition to the Percy Jackson series, The Sword of Hades is a small story that occurs before the last book of the series. A reader who is not terribly familiar with the tale of Hades and Persephone might find this a good entry point just as the books act as a wonderful springboard to other readings of the Greek Myths.
Groovy Greeks so that the young reader is able to move from a well known fantasy world to a funny but true look at history. The vocabulary is not terribly complicated so that a younger middle school reader will enjoy this as much as an older reader who has been reading through the series as it is published. There is some slightly violence and discussion of death that is dealt with in an honest and thoughtful manner.
Jan 31, Sandra rated it really liked it Shelves: This was actually 2 books in one - the Percy Jackson book, and a book called the Groovy Greeks which is not by Rick Riordan, but by the makers from the Horrible Histories books. The Groovy Greeks is a funny introduction to Greek history, with loads of random and funny trivia and many comics.
It was quite funny and very.. The Percy Jackson book was a quick read, only 72 pages, but it had both Percy, Thalia and Nico who are three of my favourite characters and so I enjoyed this immensel This was actually 2 books in one - the Percy Jackson book, and a book called the Groovy Greeks which is not by Rick Riordan, but by the makers from the Horrible Histories books.
The Percy Jackson book was a quick read, only 72 pages, but it had both Percy, Thalia and Nico who are three of my favourite characters and so I enjoyed this immensely. Despite being short, it loses none of its usual charm and it makes for a fast but fabulous read.
Apr 03, Nang Michelle rated it liked it.
I love adventures and this book took place in the Underworld. The Sword of Hades is stolen and will be brought to Kronos soon. If the sword was ever brought to Kronos, there will be a total chaos in the Underworld.
Percy, Nico and Thalia must stop the thief before he escapes from the Umderworld. They were the children of the Big Three: Zues, Poiseidon and Hades.
Son of Poiseidon was fine but I love adventures and this book took place in the Underworld. Son of Poiseidon was fine but the Titan lost his memory and became Bob the titan.
Feb 23, Cielo rated it really liked it. Not as good as the others, but still good for a short story. I really like this series, it's one of my favorites, and I had read the other five books and didn't even know this one existed until yesturday. Percy jackson is still as funny as ever, and this time he meets Thalia and nico, the other children of the big three, hmm Suspicious enough already huh?
Nice light read, would definitely recommend. Readers Also Enjoyed. Young Adult. About Rick Riordan. Rick Riordan. Please follow him on Twitter and via his official blog. Other books in the series. Percy Jackson and the Olympians 5 books. Books by Rick Riordan.
Trivia About Percy Jackson and No trivia or quizzes yet. Additional contents include interviews with some of the campers, a picture of Annabeth Chase's trunk, a map of Camp Half-Blood and various crossword puzzles with other activities.
Riptide is on the cover, and behind it is Poseidon's trident. It also contains several interviews with the characters. Percy is in school when he hears strange noises and spots Clarisse La Rue outside. Clarisse is being attacked by arrow-throwing birds. Percy gets himself excused from class and goes to help Clarisse and find out why she is there. Clarisse is surprised, and not very happy to see him.
After the two of them have defeated the birds, Clarisse reluctantly agrees to tell Percy why she is not at Camp Half-Blood. Clarisse reveals that she is supposed to be taking care of Ares' War Chariot , and needs to get it back to Ares' temple by sundown.
However, her immortal brothers, Deimos and Phobos gods of terror and fear respectively have stolen the chariot. Phobos comes to taunt Clarisse and gives them a hint about where to find the chariot.
On their way, they encounter Deimos, who is riding a sea serpent, but they quickly defeat both the god and the sea monster and continue on their way. At the zoo, they find the chariot and face the two gods again.
Phobos and Deimos show Percy and Clarisse their worst fears.
By overcoming the illusions, however, Percy and Clarisse easily defeat the two gods it turns out that Phobos and Deimos are both extremely weak in battle without their powers of fear and terror. Finally, just as sunset is fading, Percy and Clarisse bring the chariot to Ares' Temple on the Intrepid , an aircraft carrier. Percy promises Clarisse that he will not tell anybody about her fear.
He also tells her that in the vision that Phobos showed him--of what he feared most--Clarisse was included as one of Percy's friends. The entire story of the Stolen Chariot can be read on Rick Riordan's blog.
Below are the links to each part:. Percy Jackson and Charles Beckendorf are on the same team for capture the flag , and the two war god cabins Athena and Ares cabins and the Aphrodite Cabin are on the other. Beckendorf , a son of Hephaestus , has a somewhat awkward conversation about girls as he has a not-so-secret crush on Silena Beauregard for three years , and thinks Percy should ask Annabeth Chase to the fireworks.
They set off into the woods and stumble on a huge Myrmekes anthill. Percy, Annabeth and Silena want to rescue him but they need help so they take the metal head along to try to find the rest of the body of the bronze dragon which was once one of the camp's defenses against monsters before Thalia's pine tree.
They finally get the monster started a dragon with no wings which is an automaton and get it to help Beckendorf. It blasts open the ants' nest and the ants all attack the dragon.
Meanwhile, Percy, Annabeth, and Silena dart in the ant hill through tunnels and chambers full of weapons, armor , and jewelry and all a manner of other magic items as they find and get Beckendorf back out.
When they come out and start fleeing, Beckendorf saves the bronze dragon from being ripped apart by the thousands of Myrmekes by activating its' ultimate defense system which causes the dragon to blast arcs of blue electricity from all over its' entire body.
After the demigods finish watching the dragon drive the remaining Myrmekes back into their anthill the dragon spots them and turns berserk on them.
Percy distracts the dragon until Beckendorf could jump on the dragon's back and temporarily deactivates it. Silena is very relieved that Beckendorf is alive, and when he asks her to the fireworks, she gladly accepts the invitation. Percy and Beckendorf protest, but they wouldn't listen and get ready to go back to the game.