The Son of Neptune - Hazel: Chs. XXIX - XXXII (28 - 32) Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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Hazel: Chs. XXIX - XXXII (28 - 32) Summary

In Chapter XXIX, Ella the harpy decides to go on the quest with Hazel, Frank and Percy. Once on the boat, Hazel tells Frank and Percy how she was responsible for her death and for Alcyoneus's rise and death. She waits for them to be upset with her, but they surprise her by telling her that she was brave to take on the Gaea alone. When Percy asks Hazel how she escaped the underworld, she begins to black out. Frank grabs her hand and goes to the past with her. They watch as Hazel is judged. Frank is amazed that Hazel would rather spend eternity in Fields of Asphodel, wandering aimlessly forever, than go to Elysium and spend eternity happy. Hazel tells those who are judging her that they can't blame her mother...

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