The House of Hades - Chapter LXI - LXVI Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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In Chapter 61, Percy does not like being in the Death Mist. He worries it would cling to him forever. Bob leads them toward the edge of the army waiting by the Doors of Death. He tells them to stay quiet and stay behind him. They would not be noticed. Bob can see them because they are friends, but the others would not be able to. Percy feels like an invader here. He did not belong among these monsters. Percy sees many of the monsters that he killed in the crowd. It makes him realize that monsters would just keep coming and he would eventually become too old and weak to fight them. He would die and the monsters would last forever. It would take time for them to reform, but eventually they would. He feels hopeless. His realization that new demigods...

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