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Name of the book: "Percy Jackson and the lightning thief"

Name of the author: Rick Riordan

Setting (where and when the story takes place): the story takes place in new York mainly in his half-blood camp, at the beginning of summer just after his sixth-grade year.

The main characters in the story:

Perseus "Percy" Jackson-Twelve-year-old New Yorker Percy Jackson is the demigod son of Poseidon. Percy is dyslexic and has ADHD. He is reported to have black hair and green eyes. While he lacks his friend's intelligence, Percy has loyalty and bravery.

Annabeth Chase- Annabeth Chase is the demigod daughter of Athena. Because of her familial conflicts, she ran away at the age of seven before she stayed at Camp Half-Blood,( a refuge for demigods). She is reported to have blonde hair and grey eyes, very high intelligence and is especially skilled with the dagger.

Grover Underwood- Grover Underwood is Percy's best friend. He was previously tasked to protect Percy, and prior to meeting him,. Grover is a satyr - ( half-goat, half-human) - and he can be shy sometimes. However, he does have a sense of loyalty. His weapon of choice is a reed flute, which can manipulate plants.

Which character was your favorite? Explain. - my favorite character was Grover Underwood because he was the protector of Percy, and he saved him from a lot of things that Percy did not even knew about and he did it very carefully and quite.

Summarize the story briefly in your own words. - This story is about a boy named Percy, who discovers that he is a half-blood. A half- blood is a child that has a parent who is mortal and a parent that is god. He finds a place where all half-bloods go to be safe from evil monsters. He meets a girl and a satyr (...

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