The Demigod Diaries - Son of Magic (Pages 227 - 242) Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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Alabaster engaged Lamia in battle. She told him she didn’t die because her mistress sustained her. Her mistress had risen where Kronos has failed. Ultimately, she would destroy all of Olympus and lead the children of Hectate to their golden age. But Lamia’s mistress did not trust Alabaster. Alabaster continuously struck Lamia with his sword, but she immediately healed and regenerated. Lamia raged about how much she hated Hera and how Hera had killed all her children. Lamia boasted that it was she who gave monsters the ability to track down demigods. Once all the demigods were dead, her mistress, Mother Earth, promised to return all her children to her.

The fighting continued when suddenly Claymore fired a bullet into Lamia’s chest. Alabaster and Claymore decided to get away quickly before Lamia regenerated herself. Claymore suggested that...

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