The Mark of Athena - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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Chapter 13

Percy has nightmares where he is drowning in water, something that makes little sense to him given his divine heritage. He realizes that it must have to do with the fear of suffocation that he had developed. His nightmare changes and he sees the twin giants setting up a trap. He sees that they have Nico trapped in a jar, bait to lure out Percy and the others. The giants mention something about a statue, but Percy isn’t sure what that means. Percy is eventually awoken by Annabeth. The two walk the ship together and talk about their future and how much they have missed each other.

Percy ends up revealing what happened in his nightmare to her. The discussion soon turns to the subject of their divine parents. Annabeth tells Percy about how she saw Athena a few weeks ago...

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