Rick Riordan Writing Styles in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Demigod Files

Rick Riordan
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Point of View

Most of the stories in Percy Jackson & the Olympians – the Demigod Files by Rick Riordan are written in the first-person narrative from the perspective of the protagonist, Percy Jackson. Writing from this point of view allows the reader to have insight into the inner thoughts, fears, and intentions of the main character.

One section which contains the interviews that the god Chiron conducted with some of the demigods is the exception. Chiron asks questions which are directly answered by the various demigods that he interviews. For example, Chiron asks Annabeth which demigod she would recruit to fight on her side. Without hesitation she blurts out “Percy Jackson.” She also lets it slip that he’s a little obtuse in the area of romance because he doesn’t seem to catch some hints that she drops.

The adventure stories are told from Percy’s perspective. As...

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