Meet Percy Jackson. He is twelve years of ages, as well as he makes a decision to inform us the story of his past year. On the first day of summer, just after his sixth-grade year, Percy discovers that something is wrong with him. Or rather, something is right with him. He finds out that he is a half-blood: half-human, half-god. He is required to Camp Half-Blood in New York, a camp for kids much like him that is safe from monsters that prefer to assault half-bloods.
The Lightning Thief: Percy Jackson, Book 1
Read by the actor Jesse Bernstein. About the book: Look, I didn't want to be a half-blood. I never asked to be the son of a Greek God.
The Lightning Thief: Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 1
This is an Adult fantasy-adventure filled story and one out of the book series written by Rick Riordan and narrated by Jesse Bernstein. This story has been appreciated due to its fantasy-filled thoughts and situations of a twelve-year-old boy who accidentally came to know that he has a connection with the Greek mythological gods and he has to stop the war between the Gods Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades. Though at the start of the story in the book 1, the boy named Percy Jackson is portrayed at the boarding school where his teacher teaching him pre-algebra tries to kill him terrifies him and he was about to be kicked out of there, he and his friend come to know that the Greek gods would be having a war and they need to find the real culprit to solve the issue. Percy Jackson also comes to know that he is a demigod so he has to solve all by his determination and power. This is the first book portraying one of the adventures where the boy confronts the Greek mythological creatures. The whole series continues to counter the various adventures of Percy Jackson along with his friends as the story carries on the adventures become thrilling and give rise to high level of imagination and fantasy. OMG i love the percy jackson series!!! You need to do the Heros of olmpus and the trials of apollo.
The market appears to be glutted with YA dream right now, and I read a lot of it with my 9-year-old. This year we saw it in the book reasonable at school, then observed that it was an Accelerated Reader book. So I lifted it up and read two or three parts to give it a shot. I was 50 pages into it when I understood I should have been perusing this to my child. I read it to him. We FLEW through the book pages!