The Son of Neptune - Percy: Chs. XIII - XVI (13 - 16) Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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Percy: Chs. XIII - XVI (13 - 16) Summary

In Chapter XIII, Percy is dreaming about a faun named Grover and about Annabelle. They tell him that they are looking for him and if he stays put Tyson will find him. The dream changes and the goddess Gaea tells him that she will use him as a pawn in a game against the gods. When Percy wakes up everyone is getting ready for breakfast and a Senate meeting. Percy, Frank and Hazel are required at the meeting because it is about the quest they are going to be sent on. As they arrive at the meeting, Percy notices the men, women, and children who live in the city surrounding the camp. He begins to understand that if they fail in their quest all of these people will die.

In Chapter XIV, the...

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