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The Sea of Monsters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13-16 Summary

Rick Riordan
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Chapter 13-16 Summary

In chapter thirteen, Percy is steering the ship towards Grover but Percy still feels like a small jumpy rodent and he is concerned wondering if that truly is what he is on the inside. Sometime before daylight Percy asks Annabeth to tell him why it is that she hates Cyclops so badly. Annabeth explains that she, Thalia and Luke were following Grover when they got lost and wound up in a Cyclops cave. The Cyclops could change his voice to sound like whoever and it kept them separated and confused. While they were trying to get away from the Cyclops there were other monsters that were trying to catch up with them and this gave them the time that they needed. Before they could enter camp and the safety bounds that it affords Thalia was wounded by a monster following them. Instead of watching her...

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