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Rick Riordan Writing Styles in The Sea of Monsters

Rick Riordan
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Style

Point of View

"The Sea of Monsters" by Rick Riordan is told in the first person from the point of view from Percy Jackson. The point of view will not been seen from other other source in the story but other characters views on situations are given by different methods throughout the story. In the beginning of the story Percy is having a dream about his friend Grover. Although Percy does not tell anyone about the dream when it initially happens it becomes clear to Percy later in the story that Grover is in trouble and the dream was a vision of what was happening to his friend. Annabeth's vision of a perfect future is given to the reader when Percy touches Annabeth while she is hearing the song of the siren. The vision that Annabeth is having is transferred to Percy for a moment.

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