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Percy Jackson And The Sea Of Monsters is the story of a demigod named Percy, who is on a quest for the Golden Fleece that can save Camp Half-Blood.
Summary Of The Book
The action packed plot in Percy Jackson And The Sea Of Monsters takes readers into the world of demigods and magic. Percy is a demigod, the son of Poseidon, the God of Sea. The 13 year old senses that the land of the demigods is in danger, as the magical borders protecting it have been mysteriously poisoned. He is informed by his divine guard, Grover, that the Golden Fleece can act as a shield and counter this secret poison.
Grover is abducted and imprisoned in the dangerous sea of monsters. The book traces how Percy faces the deadly waters to rescue his guard, who needs to assist him in the search for the Golden Fleece.
With Annabeth, Grover, Clarisse, and Tyson, who is also his half brother and a cyclop, Percy heads towards the island holding the object of their fascination. There, he confronts monsters like Luke, who nearly rob him of his life. Will he be able to obtain the Golden Fleece? Will Percy be able to save his land from the Titans? Will he survive the attack from the beastly mythological monsters? The book answers these questions and determines Percy’s fate.
Percy Jackson And The Sea Of Monsters is popular among young adults and has bagged numerous awards. Some of these are the Book Sense Top Ten Summer Pick award in the year 2006, and the Mark Twain Award in the year 2009. The book has been adapted into a film of the same name, which is to be released in August, 2013.
About Rick Riordan
Rick Riordan is an author known for the Percy Jackson & The Olympians series.
His other books include The Lightning Thief, Tres Navarre, Demigods And Monsters, The Maze Of Bones, The Heroes Of Olympus, The Kane Chronicles, and The 39 Clues Series.
Rick Riordan was born in San Antonio in 1964. He completed his studies from the University of Texas in Austin, and worked as a music director at Camp Capers, a summer camp which later served as his inspiration for Camp Half-Blood. Later, he quit to focus his energy on writing. He has been conferred with many awards such as the Children's Choice Book Awards, the Edgar Award, and the Indian Paintbrush Award. Riordan lives with his wife and two sons. He loves pets, playing the guitar and travelling.