The House of Hades - Chapter XXXVII - XLII Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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In Chapter 37, Percy has been poisoned by gorgon blood. Annabeth feels helpless. Bob carries Percy. Annabeth is sore and blisters are starting on her skin again. The landscape they travel is downhill, but treacherous. It changes from loose gravel to slime. Annabeth believes they are traveling the length of Tartarus’ large intestine. It smells of sewage. Bob is on guard with his spear still at the ready.

Annabeth remembers Aphrodite saying that she promised to make Annabeth’s love life interesting. Annabeth has had more interesting than she can take. She wants a happy ending with Percy. All their suffering should lead to a happy ending. She wants to have a normal existence with Percy.

Bob points out footprints. They are from a drakon. He says this means that they are close. Annabeth does not like being at the mercy of...

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