The Mark of Athena Characters

Rick Riordan
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Percy Jackson

Percy is the son of Poseidon and a mortal woman named, Sally. Because of his father's abilities, he can also talk to horses, control water in all of its forms, and create hurricanes, In this novel, he's just regained his memory after having lost a year and living in the Roman equivalent to Camp Half-blood: Camp Jupiter. He has developed a relationship with Annabeth, another half-blood daughter of Athena.

Percy's greatest strength is also used against him in many instances, and that is his loyalty to his friends. They are his sole motivation in nearly every adventure that is initiated. In this novel, he is drawn into the quest because Annabeth seeks the Athena Parthenon to restore the balance to the gods, whose Roman and Greek identities are warring with one another. While in New Rome, Percy begins to imagine what living a 'real' life might be...

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