The Mark of Athena
"The Greek and Roman demigods will have to cooperate in order to defeat the giants released by the Earth Mother, Gaea. Then they will have to sail together to the ancient land--Greece itself--to find the Doors of Death"--
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The sucky demigods are sucky. That's about it. Gaea FTW/ Anyone who disagrees is lying to themselves and their lie is miserably folded.
So basically, the go to rome but accidentally blow it up so they leave, then they Meet nemisis and trick narcissus then they go to kansas meet bacchus and jason and percy try to kill each other, then they meet porkey and kate actually phrcys and keto...
After their perilous adventures, Annabeth, Jason, Leo, and Piper arive to the Roman camp. After they reunite with Percy, the prophecy of 7 have been exiled by some magic causing a slip up of Leo. They now go on, yes, another quest to find the Mark of Athena, a symbol of the wisdom goddess that has potential to reunite the camps together. But there is a catch, Annabeth must do this alone, as said by the prophecy. Can Annabeth alone save the camps, split by grief and accusations?
Jason, Annabeth, Leo and Piper finally meet Hazel, Frank and Percy. Together, they have to complete the prophecy of 7....this book is absolutely amazing, because of all the greek mythology that you could learn from it, and the fact that all the characters seem so real.
There is a little bit of fighting but it comes at apropriate times and the fighting actually makes it more exciting. I love the ending because Annabeth and Percy are going to have to work together except I hate how they leave you hanging at the end.
YOU suck you suck you are not nice you littl fartface Im going to make a book with alotta fighting where I punch you in the face in slomo danny5256 and then Im gonna make a movie and its going to be a blockbuster and everyone who waches it will dislike you because you said theres no fighting in it I LIKE PIE
IGNORE THE PEOPLE WHO TRY TO SUCK YOU INTO THINKING THAT THIS BOOK HAS LOTS OF FIGHTING. .
Jason, Piper, Leo, Annabeth and Coach Hedge meet up with Percy, Frank and Hazel in the Roman camp. Together they travel on the quest to fight the giants and to stop Gaea from awakening.
Prophecy-"The Mark of Athena burns through Rome, Twins snuff out of Angel's breath, Who holds keys to endless death. Giant's bane stands gold and pale, Won through pain from woven jail."
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Other: arrrggggghhhhhhh this is junk
Violence: perfect happiness and peacefulness throughout the whole book monsters having tea parties and helping old grannies cross the road. I know right very bloody and horrifying
Other: You may be permanently blinded by the supreme awesomeness of this book
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Detailed fights
Other: 1,000 times awsomeness Yay. Extreme happiness
Violence: they fight and kill some monsters YAY!!!!!!
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Hercules? He's like the Starbucks of Ancient Greece.
The best Italian food and they don't even eat it? -Percy
"Oh... you are in sooo much trouble!" -Frank
Im sure both of you would have been wonderfull at killing each other- Annabeth
"Did that chicken lady just compare MY ship to the Titanic?" - Leo Valdez
Spoiler alert: "Perseus Jackson - the demigod who defied fate, come to find Anaklusmos not in your pocket." - Voldemort the bald guy with no nose" (BTW, he's in the book and is the most powerful god)
"And Percy Jacksoon, child of the sea god . . . from you, we will take water, an endless supply of water." "Endless?" Percy's eyes darted from one nymph to the other. "Uh . . . look, I don't know about endless. But maybe I could spare a few gallons." - Percy Jackson and the Nymphs. XLII, PIPER
I care nothing for this Percy, if he has gone over to the Romans, let him perish.
you can fight percy asked dionyus piper wished he didnt sound so supprised
percy wwas wearing pagama pants with a bronze breast plate which was an instreasting fashion statement