Hiya! Kay, well I had this total percabeth-freaking-out-moment earlier, and had thought, well, if Percy was a loser, then this wouldn't be happening. So, I decided to write an artikulo (not a very good one, sorry) so yep, hope it's not too horrible:)
If Percy was a loser
I sat on my bed, In the Athena cabin, looking out the window. I had a perfect view of the ocean, which was calm today. It reminded me so much of Percy. It had been six months since his disappearance to the roman camp, and I missed him terribly. I remembered our last night together so clearly...
Alright, where the Hades is Percy? Anybody got any ideas? Oh, I do....I forgot. Alright, without further ado, artikulo number 12 in the H of O artikulo series.
First lets start with places that he isn't in.
Camp Half-Blood. Well duh! Why would they be looking for him if he was already there? I don't see Mr D. locking him in the attic at the Big House...maybe turning him into a shrub, but not hiding him away...he might get madami years added to his sentance for that.
Olympus. Nope. He would've already been found. I can safely assume that were he in Olympus the Gods would've sensed him and sent him...
Yes! I'm pretty sure I'm the first person to give an analysis of The House of Hades! *accomplished
So, to give you some sustenance for another year's wait, I've decided to analyze the book.
First of all, what the Hades was that ending? Literally. I'm pretty sure we all silently cried as we read it. Especially since the whole thing could've been prevented.
The most disturbing thing to me is a passage earlier in the book, on page 382. Percy is having a dream, and at the very end Gaea tells him "Enjoy Tartarus, my little pawn." Did she KNOW he was going to Tartarus? Or was it just an empty statement...