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Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods By Rick Riordan (Paperback)

Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods By Rick Riordan (Paperback)

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If you're going to have a Greek god for a parent, you couldn't do better than Poseidon. Sure, I've had my issues with him. He's not the most attentive dad. But hey, none of the Greek gods are.

At least Poseidon comes with awesome powers and a laid-back attitude (most of the time).

He's pretty cool, especially considering how tough it was for him when he was younger. Being the middle child is never easy. Always compared to his brothers, it was like, "Wow, you're almost as handsome as Zeus! You're almost as powerful as Zeus!" Or sometimes, "You're not as much of a loser as Hades!"

That kind of thing can really wear on a guy after a few centuries.

Back when Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades rolled the dice to divide up the world, Poseidon got the second-best roll. He had to accept his brother Zeus becoming the lord of the universe and telling him what to do for all eternity, but Poseidon didn't complain. He got the sea. And that was fine by him. He liked the beach. He liked swimming. He liked seafood.

Sure, Poseidon might not have been as flashy or mighty as Zeus, who had those lightning bolts that were like Mount Olympus' nuclear arsenal. But Poseidon had his trusty magical trident. With it, he could stir up hurricanes, summon tidal waves, and make a seriously mean smoothie. And because the seas wrapped around the earth, Poseidon could also stir up earthquakes. If he was in a foul mood, he could level entire cities or make islands vanish beneath the waves.

The Greeks called him the Earthshaker, and they took pains to keep him happy because whether you were on land or at sea, you definitely did not want Poseidon mad at you.

Thankfully, Poseidon was mostly chill. His temperament mirrored the Mediterranean Sea where he resided, and most of the time, the Mediterranean was smooth sailing. Poseidon would let ships roam freely, bless fishermen with bountiful catches, and just relax on the beach, sipping his coconut shell umbrella drink without sweating the small stuff.

On nice days, Poseidon would cruise on his golden chariot across the waves, pulled by a team of white hippocampi - those are horses with golden manes, bronze hooves, and fish tails. Sea creatures would come out to play around his chariot, so picture sharks, killer whales, and giant squids all frolicking together, as if saying, "Hooray, Poseidon is in the house!" or something like that.

But sometimes, the sea got angry, and Poseidon was no different. When that happened, he became a completely different guy.

And if you're into horror shows, bloodbaths, deceit, theft, betrayal, and yes, even cannibalism, then keep reading...

Who could recount the true tales of the gods and goddesses of Olympus better than our modern-day demigod, Percy Jackson?

In this thrilling journey through Greek mythology, Percy provides his uproarious personal take on the rivalries, battles, and love affairs of the Olympian pantheon.

Curious about how Zeus climbed the ranks to become top god? How many times Kronos gobbled up his own offspring? How Athena literally burst forth from another god's skull?

It's all laid out here, in bold black and white.
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Penguin Export
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Paperback ‏ : ‎ 464 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0141355204
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0141355207
Rick Riordan stands as a beloved luminary in the realm of children's fiction, enchanting young minds with his captivating narratives and vibrant illustrations. With a penchant for simplicity and a masterful touch, he weaves tales that transport readers to enchanting realms, igniting their imaginations with each turn of the page.

A true literary architect, Riordan's creative tapestry extends far and wide, encompassing cherished works like The Heroes of Olympus and The Son of Neptune, among others. His storytelling prowess converges upon the mesmerizing peak of Olympus and the enthralling realm of Greek Gods, inviting readers to embark on exhilarating adventures that unfold against this timeless backdrop.

Beyond the pages of his books, Riordan's contributions have been heralded with well-deserved accolades. The recognition he has received is a testament to the profound impact of his work on the literary landscape. His ability to craft narratives that resonate with young hearts and minds has earned him a cherished place in the hearts of readers worldwide.

With each stroke of his pen and brush, Rick Riordan paints a world of wonder and possibility, capturing the essence of youthful curiosity and boundless imagination. His literary creations serve as beacons of inspiration, encouraging young readers to explore the realms of literature and embark on unforgettable journeys.

As an esteemed writer, Rick Riordan continues to leave an indelible mark on the literary world, nurturing a love for storytelling and literature in generations to come. Through his enchanting narratives and vivid illustrations, he beckons readers to step into realms of magic and adventure, forever igniting the flame of imagination within their hearts.

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