Percy Jackson: The Sea of Monsters

by Rick Riordan

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Some of the main characters, and the author

The Theme: "This is a story of heroism."

It's a story of heroism because Percy and his friends have to go some lengths to save Camp Half-Blood and Grover Underwood from meeting their dooms. Percy needs to save both things before time.runs.out.


"If there is no struggle, there is no progress." - Frederick Douglass


One year after the events of "The Lightning Thief", Percy and his friends Annabeth Chase and Tyson deal with problems that threaten the the survival of Camp Half-Blood. When Thalia's tree is poisoned, the magical borders that surround the camp begin to fade. And nobody knows who truly poisoned it, and the threat of Kronos looms distantly. Then when Grover is trapped on an island in the Sea of Monsters, the trio must have to sneak out of camp to rescue him and obtain the Golden Fleece to save Thalia's tree. Will they return in time, and in One .... PIECE?

Type of Conflict

The conflict for the book is man vs. man, because much of the plot is focused on retrieving Grover and the Golden Fleece from Polyphemus, a cyclops. And the threat of the titan lord, Kronos, and the demigod traitor, Luke, is always looming.

A Quote about the conflict

page 239: " You were going to heal Kronos."
Holding Out For a Hero- Bonnie Tyler- lyrics