Percy Jackson and the Olympians is a famous 5-book series by Rick Riordan who talks about a boy's journey, named Percy Jackson in first-person perspective and how he is introduced into a world where Greek Mythology is real and he is the son of the Greek God - Poseidon who is the God of sea and Water.
Percy Jackson thought that he is just a normal lad with dyslexia and ADHD. What he did not know was that his father is the Greek God of the Seas, Poseidon. Percy blows up every school he goes to but that is unwanted. After Percy’s Algebra teacher Mrs. Dodds turns into a Fury of Hades, his friend Grover Underwood brings him with the help of his other teacher Mr. Brunner to a camp full of demigods like him and he finally thinks he is at home. In Camp Half-Blood, he meets Annabeth and gets to know that Mr. Brunner is actually a centaur teacher named Chiron and Grover is a Satyr. Together, Percy, Annabeth, and Grover do five books worth of adventures which include getting Zeus’ stolen Master bolt, getting the golden fleece, saving the goddess Artemis (who is the goddess of the moon and the hunt) who was kidnapped by the Evil Titan Lord Kronos, blocking the mythical Labyrinth, finding a prophecy of his birth and how he was supposed to either save Olympus or destroy it at the age of 16, and finally, defending Olympus against Kronos. At the end of the series, Percy defeats his evil grandfather, the Titan Lord Kronos, and saves the World. Percy finally thinks that he is in peace.
- Percy Jackson
- Annabeth Chase
- Grover Underwood
- Gods of Olympus
- Nico di Angelo
- Thalia Grace
- Rachel Elisabeth Dare / Oracle of Delphi
- Luke - Was a hero at the end
- Hades - God of the Underworld - Was an anti-hero for most of the part
The Great Prophecy
According to the book and Series, the Great Prophecies are prophecies that can result to the ending of the world or cause severe damage. This is the Great prophecy of the Series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians
A half-blood of the eldest gods
Shall reach sixteen against all odds
And see the world in endless sleep
The hero's soul, cursed blade shall reap
A single choice shall end his days
Olympus to preserve or raze.
Famous monsters in the series:
- The Furies
- (Greek) Sphinx
- Heroes of Olympus
- Trials of Apollo