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Article:Percy Jackson & the Olympians
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[[Percy Jackson]] is a twelve year old boy with [[dyslexia]] and [[Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder|ADHD]]. After going on a field trip and being attacked by his [[pre-algebra]] teacher, who is actually the [[Erinyes|Fury]] [[Alecto]], he finds out that he is the son of a [[Twelve Olympians|Greek god]]. He is brought to Camp Half-Blood (a camp for children with a Greek god as a parent, located off [[Long Island]]) by his best friend, a [[satyr]] named Grover Underwood, and his mother Sally. He soon meets Annabeth Chase, daughter of Athena, and they are good friends by the end of the novel. Not long after his arrival, [[Poseidon]], the sea god, claims Percy as his son during a game of demigod-style capture-the-flag. Percy is accused of stealing [[Zeus|Zeus']] masterbolt, the model for every lightning bolt made. He, Annabeth and Grover are given ten days to return the thunderbolt to Mount Olympus in order to stop a war between the gods from starting a war and save his mother, who has been held hostage in the [[Underworld]] by [[Hades]] after being captured by the [[Minotaur]]. They go on a quest across the United States and encounter various monsters on the way, such as [[Medusa]] and others. They soon find out that Hades did not steal the bolt. It is revealed that Luke, a friend Percy had met at camp, stole the bolt for [[Cronus|Kronos]], who is attempting to rise from [[Tartarus]].
 
[[Percy Jackson]] is a twelve year old boy with [[dyslexia]] and [[Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder|ADHD]]. After going on a field trip and being attacked by his [[pre-algebra]] teacher, who is actually the [[Erinyes|Fury]] [[Alecto]], he finds out that he is the son of a [[Twelve Olympians|Greek god]]. He is brought to Camp Half-Blood (a camp for children with a Greek god as a parent, located off [[Long Island]]) by his best friend, a [[satyr]] named Grover Underwood, and his mother Sally. He soon meets Annabeth Chase, daughter of Athena, and they are good friends by the end of the novel. Not long after his arrival, [[Poseidon]], the sea god, claims Percy as his son during a game of demigod-style capture-the-flag. Percy is accused of stealing [[Zeus|Zeus']] masterbolt, the model for every lightning bolt made. He, Annabeth and Grover are given ten days to return the thunderbolt to Mount Olympus in order to stop a war between the gods from starting a war and save his mother, who has been held hostage in the [[Underworld]] by [[Hades]] after being captured by the [[Minotaur]]. They go on a quest across the United States and encounter various monsters on the way, such as [[Medusa]] and others. They soon find out that Hades did not steal the bolt. It is revealed that Luke, a friend Percy had met at camp, stole the bolt for [[Cronus|Kronos]], who is attempting to rise from [[Tartarus]].
 
The book has been adapted into a film under the title of ''[[Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief]]'' by [[Chris Columbus (filmmaker)|Chris Columbus]] and [[20th Century Fox]].
 
The book has been adapted into a film under the title of ''[[Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief]]'' by [[Chris Columbus (filmmaker)|Chris Columbus]] and [[20th Century Fox]].
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