The House of Hades - Chapter XXXI - XXXVI Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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In Chapter 31, Percy fights the arai and each time he kills one the dread of another curse settles on him. Some are painful and others are more subtle such as a tic in the right eye. His sword arm grows tired and his vision begins to blur. An arai takes the opportunity to bite him in the thigh. He kills the demon and falls to his knees. The voice of the arai tells him that he has chosen the curse of Phineas. Phineas was an old blind king who Percy had challenged to a contest and the loser drank deadly gorgon blood. Percy is now dying of gorgon’s blood and Annabeth is stumbling around blind not able to find him. He calls on Bob to help him. He tells Bob that he is sorry and asks him to protect Annabeth...

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