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The Demigod Files contains three of Percy Jackson's most dangerous this information with any non-demigod, and you may find Clarisse coming after you with. sixteen, the same age as Percy Jackson, wrote “Son of Magic” especially for this I hope The Demigod Diaries will help prepare you for your own adventures. RICK RIORDAN PUFFIN To Otto and Noah, my demigod nephews. . 16 best ways to lose belly fat without any exercise ○○○ bilgedumarre.cf . The Demigod Files contains three of Percy Jackson's most.


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Sneak Peek at The Last Olympian 4. Dear Young Demigod, If you are reading this book, I can only apologize. Your life is about to get much more dangerous. By now, you have probably realized that you are not a mortal. This book is meant to serve as an inside look at the world of demigods that no regular human child would be allowed to see.

As senior scribe at Camp Half-Blood, I hope the top-secret information within will give you some tips and insights that may keep you alive during your training. You will learn how he encountered the immortal and terrible sons of Ares. You will find out the truth about the bronze dragon,long considered to be only a Camp Half-Blood legend.

And you will discover how Hades gained a new secret weapon, as well as how Percy was forced to play an unwitting part in its creation. These stories are not meant to terrify you, but it is important that you realize just how perilous the life of a hero can be.

Chiron has also given me clearance to share confidential interviews with some of our most important campers, including Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase and Grover Underwood. Please keep in mind that these interviews were given in strictestconfidence. Share this information with any non-demigod and you may find Clarisse coming after you with her electric spear.

Believe me, you do not want that. Study these pages well, for your own adventures have only just begun. May the gods be with you, young demigod! Really, I hate her. Like, really, really old, man!

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The same Titan who wants to kill ME! Body type: From the waist up he looks like a regular middle-aged guy: Scraggly beard, check. San FranciscoQuote: Always, always have a plan.

About Annabeth: She ran away from home when she was seven because her dad got remarried and then shehung around with Luke and Thalia for a while before coming to camp.

Why does everybody think Annabeth and I are a couple? Best feature: He has shaggy legs and hooves. His top half is… um, very buff. Yes, very…About the G-man: Huge, bulky and yeah, oh right, he only has one eye. About Tyson: As the child of a nature spirit and a god okay, my dad, Poseidon , he was cast out and tossedaside.

Tyson had to grow up on the streets, until I found him, that is. Female ish Age: Hey, Prissy aka Percy , get ready to be pulverized! Big and ugly and real mean-looking.

About Clarisse: All you need to know about Clarisse is that her father is Ares. Nobody else seemed tonotice the commotion. Sure enough, there was a girl in the alley with her sword drawn. She was tall and muscular like a basketball player, with stringy brownhair and jeans, combat boots and a denim jacket.

She was hacking at a flock of black birds the size of ravens. Feathers stuck out of herclothes in several places. A cut was bleeding over her left eye. As I watched, one of the birds shot a feather like an arrow, and it lodged inher shoulder. She cursed and sliced at the bird, but it flew away. Unfortunately, I recognized the girl. It was Clarisse, my old enemy from demigod camp. Clarisse usually lived at Camp Half-Blood year-round.

I had no idea what she was doing on the Upper East Side in the middle of a school day, but she was obviously in trouble.

I did the only the thing I could. The magic word is puke. It will get you out of class faster thananything else. I ran out the door, stripping off my safety goggles, gloves and lab apron. I got out my weapon — a ballpoint pen called Riptide.

Nobody stopped me in the halls. I exited by the gym. I got to the alley just in time to see Clarisse smack a devil bird with the flat of hersword like she was hitting a home run. The bird squawked and spiralled away, slamming against the brick wall and sliding into a trashcan.

That still left a dozen more swarming around her. She glared at me in disbelief. I uncapped my pen, which grew into a metre-long bronze sword, and joined the battle, slashing at the birds and deflecting their feathersoff my blade. Together, Clarisse and I sliced and hacked until all the birds were reduced to piles of feathers on the ground.

We were both breathing hard. I had a few scratches, but nothing major. I pulled a feather arrow out of my arm. I took a bag of ambrosia out of my jacket, where I always kept it for emergencies,broke a piece in half and offered some to Clarisse. We swallowed a few bites — not too much, since the food of the gods can burn you to ashes if you overindulge. Anyway, in a few seconds our cuts and bruises had disappeared. Clarisse sheathed her sword and brushed off her denim jacket.

What are you doing away from camp? Why were those birds after you? I was too accustomed to her tricks. I just sidestepped and let her stumble past me. That makes it my business. I got the feeling she really wanted to punch me out, but at the same time there was a desperate look in her eyes,like she was in serious trouble. Clarisse had lots of siblings at Camp Half-Blood. All of them picked on each other. I guess that was to beexpected since they were sons and daughters of the war god, Ares.

Phobos and Deimos. Mrs White would justassume the nurse had sent me home, and sixth period was woodwork class. Mr Bell never took attendance. And he told me to take it out. So they stole thechariot from me and chased me off with those stupid arrow-throwing birds. IfClarisse failed him, he would come down hard on her. Real hard. She scowled. He was dressed in ratty jeans, a black T-shirt and a leather jacket, with a bandannaover his hair. A knife was stuck in his belt.

He had eyes the colour of flames. Phobos appeared on the bench next to me.

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You haveto get help fighting your battles now? He looked surprised, maybe even nervous. The one who made Dadangry? Oh, this is too good, Clarisse. Clarisse screamed. She swatted the air as if she were being attacked by invisible bugs.

Clarisse backed up into the street, swinging her sword wildly. I dug my sword a little deeper against his throat, but he simply vanished, reappearing back at the telephone pole.

Clarisse collapsed, breathing hard. What do you fear? I always do. Well, let me tell you a little secret, half-blood.

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I am fear. If you The way Phoboslaughed at me and made Clarisse collapse just by looking at her… I wanted to teach this guy a lesson. I helped Clarisse up. Her face was still beaded with sweat. We took the subway, keeping a lookout for more attacks, but no one bothered us. As we rode, Clarisse told me about Phobos and Deimos.

Deimos is terror. Phobos is more, like, personal. He can getinside your head. All those phobias named after him. The jerk.

They hate me. The Intrepid. It probably had a bunch of guns and bombs and other dangerous toys. Just the kind of place a war god would wantto hang out. That could be any direction!

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A zoo over the water could be the one in Brooklyn, or maybe… someplace harder to get to, with little wild animals. Someplace nobody would ever think to look for a war chariot. We boarded the Staten Island Ferry at three thirty, along with a bunch of tourists, who crowded the railings of the top deck, snappingpictures as we passed the Statue of Liberty.

Clarisse frowned at me. He was a son of Athena, and he designed it to look like his mom. Annabeth was my best friend and a huge nut when it came to architecture and monuments. I guess her eggheadfacts rubbed off on me sometimes. Tourists spilled forward, tumbling into each other.

Clarisse and I ran to the front of the boat. The water below us started to boil. Then the head of a sea serpent erupted from the bay. The monster was at least as big as the boat. It was grey and green with a head like a crocodile and razor-sharp teeth.

It smelled… well,like something that had just come up from the bottom of New York Harbor. Riding on its neck was a bulky guy in black Greek armour. His Tourists screamed and scattered. The Mist usually prevents mortals from seeingmonsters in their true form, but whatever they saw, they were terrified.

Besides, I love terror. I live on terror! Alarms blared. Passengers fell over each other trying toget away. Deimos laughed with delight. I felt the power of the ocean surgingthrough me.

I willed the water to swirl around me, building force until we burst out of the bay on top of a ten-metre-high waterspout. Isteered us straight towards the monster.

Just as it bared its fangs, I swerved the waterspout to one side, and Clarisse jumped. She crashed intoDeimos, and both of them toppled into the sea. The sea serpent came after me. I quickly turned the waterspout to face him, then summoned all my power and willed the water to evengreater heights. Fifty thousand litres of salt water crashed into the monster. The monster roared.

Green blood spouted from the wound, and the serpent sank beneath the waves. I dived underwater and watched as it retreated to the open sea. Clarisse surfaced near me, spluttering and coughing. I swam over and grabbed her.

Clarisse shook her head. Phobos, too. In the west, the sun was going down over the Jersey shore. We were running out of time. The streets curvedaround confusingly, and everything seemed to be uphill.

I wished we had reinforcements. Ikept remembering what Phobos had said: How about you, Percy Jackson? We turned a corner and followed this curvy street with some woods on one side until we came to the entrance. The lady at the ticket booth looked at us suspiciously, but thank the gods I had enough cash to get us inside.

We walked around the reptile house, and Clarisse stopped in her tracks. The chariot was decorated with amazing detail. Thehorses were breathing fire out of their nostrils. I concentrated on the horses. Usually I could talk to horses, since my dad had created them. I said, Hey. Nice fire-breathing horses.

One of horses whinnied disdainfully. I could understand his thoughts, all right. Cover me. Shewalked around the horses, almost tiptoeing. She froze as a lady with a three-year-old girl passed by. Clarisse got closer to the chariot. Her hand hadalmost reached the rail when the horses reared up, whinnying and breathing flames.

Phobos and Deimos appeared in the chariot, both ofthem now dressed in pitch-black battle armour. Phobos grinned, his red eyes glowing. Clarisse stumbled back as he lashed the horses and charged the chariot straight towards me. Thetruth is, I ran. I jumped over a trashcan and an exhibit fence, but there was no way I could outrun the chariot.

It crashed through the fenceright behind me, ploughing down everything in its path. I jumped and landed on a rock island in the middle of the otter exhibit. I willed a column of water out of the pond and doused thehorses, temporarily extinguishing their flames and sending them into confusion. I ran as Phobos cursed and tried to get his horses under control.

Both of them went tumbling out of the chariot as it lurched forward. I sprinted towards the aquarium with the chariot right behind me. Thechariot refashioned itself into a black metal box with caterpillar tracks, a turret and a long gun barrel. A tank. Phobos was grinning at me from the top of a World War II panzer. I rolled to one side as the gun fired. A souvenir kiosk exploded, sending fuzzy animals and plastic cups and disposable cameras in every direction.

As Phobosre-aimed his gun, I got to my feet and dived into the aquarium. I wanted to surround myself with water. That always increased my power. Cuttlefish, clown fish and eels all stared at me as I racedpast. I could hear their little minds whispering, Son of the sea god! Son of the sea god! I stopped at the back of the aquarium and listened. I heard nothing.

And then… Vroom, Vroom. A different kind of engine. I watched in disbelief as Phobos came riding through the aquarium on a Harley-Davidson.

Suddenly I was in a different place. I was at Camp Half-Blood, my favourite place in the world, and it was in flames. The woods were onfire. The cabins were smoking. My friendswere on their knees pleading with me. Annabeth, Grover, all the other campers. Save us, Percy!

Make the choice! I stood paralysed. This was the moment I had always dreaded: Now the moment was here, and I had no idea what to do. The camp was burning. My friends looked at me, begging for help. My heartpounded. What if I did the wrong thing? Then I heard the voices of the aquarium fish: Suddenly I felt the power of the ocean all around me again, hundreds of litres of salt water, thousands of fish trying to get my attention. This was an illusion. She knows she will be in trouble if she doesn't get it back by sundown.

Percy offers his help, and Clarisse finally accepts it. They meet the two gods at a zoo. They fight them, who turn out to be extremely weak in battle unlike the nature of Ares once they discover how to counter the terror or fear, and are easily defeated. They bring the chariot to Ares' Temple on the Intrepid, an aircraft carrier that has since now become a museum.

Beckendorf, a son of Hephaestus , has a somewhat awkward conversation about girls, and thinks Percy should ask Annabeth , daughter of Athena , to the Fourth of July fireworks, the biggest dating event of the summer at Camp Half-Blood, that night. Later, when Percy's capture the flag plan is established, he and Beckendorf try to sneak up to the enemies flag.

Instead, they find the Ant Hill, where the dreaded Myrmekes giant, blood-red ants are carrying a bronze dragon head. Beckendorf, who believes this is a blessing from his father Hephaestus, runs up to them but gets captured. They laugh at the indiscretion of boys, without understanding the gravity of the situation.

When Percy explains what happened to Beckendorf, Annabeth makes a plan to save Beckendorf: they must find the body of the bronze dragon head, to remake the huge bronze dragon that disappeared fifteen years ago from Camp Half-Blood.

They manage to save Beckendorf just in time, while the dragon leads an assault on Ant Hill. Percy and Beckendorf share a few lines about girls and it is revealed that the girls won the game, before the story ends.

Persephone has called by tricking all three children of The Big Three Percy, Thalia and Nico into coming into the Underworld to retrieve Hades' new sword from a demigod spy who stole it. The problem is that one of Hades' Keys is in it, which lets anyone out or into the Underworld. Persephone gives them a magical carnation to track the half-blood, and when all the petals fall off, it would mean that the sword has made it out of the Underworld.

Percy , Nico , and Thalia must retrieve the sword before time runs out. At first, Thalia refuses to help because the forging of the weapon is illegal. All the other gods especially Zeus must know it first and agree in its creation. Creation of a new weapon and symbol destroys the balance between the gods' powers. But the danger that the weapon implies can free the souls from the Underworld so she figured she must help catch the thief. They catch the thief after interrogating Sisyphus , fighting and killing a group of demons of disease, and crossing the River Lethe , the river of forgetfulness and having a run in with Melinoe the goddess of ghosts.

The demigod thief is as they suspected Ethan Nakamura , but all the petals fall off the carnation because Ethan has raised the Titan Iapetus and was about to escape through Melinoe's Cave.But a special dinner … when had I mentioned that?

Opublikowany We parked the chariot on the ramp and I jumped out. When all of the petals fall off, the sword thief has made it out of the Underworld. Worked out perfectly.

The dragon reached us and lurched to a stop.

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