Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan: Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan: some children are not leading their normal or routine life as they want to do something away from the normal routine life that is being followed by the other children. They are named not normal by society but they themselves are to follow their own path and means. They are lonely, outsiders or dummy. The story of Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan also revolves around the same theme. The child is a lonely child and is treated as dull and dumb by others including the near and dear ones. He is to face many hardships and problems to come out of this concoction and shell. Different schools are visited and he remains to fail but finally, he manages to get admission of his choice and works at different places to prove that he’s not dull and dumb.

Percy is considered dull and foreign by his fellows and parents. He describes himself as”a troubled kid” (1.9). The simple fact that he has attended 6 schools over the past six years tells us that he |has to be good at adapting to new locations, but that he likely does not have lots of friends. When he has spent six years at school, he joins an academy to get the better of the education and from the better teachers. It was boarding school where he learnt the basic principles of life. The school focuses its special attention on the children who have some kind of disability.

 Most of his classmates come from families that don’t need to scramble for money like Percy’s family does. While his classmates discuss what fun {adventures they’ve lined up for the summer break (like traveling to Switzerland, taking a cruise to the Caribbean, etc.), Percy doesn’t inform them that he will spend his summer working on various tasks and figuring out where he will have the ability} to go to college in the autumn.
The simple fact he has attended schools within the previous six years informs us that he has to be very good at adapting to new locations, but he likely does not have lots of friends.  The majority of his classmates come from households that don’t have to scramble for cash like Percy’s family does. While his classmates discuss what fun experiences they’ve lined up to your summer break (such as traveling to Switzerland, taking a cruise to the Caribbean, etc.), Percy does not inform them he will spend his summer working a variety of tasks and figuring out where he is going to have the ability to go to college in the autumn.
Percy comes in a really humble background, letting him be thankful for simple joys in life.
His mom finally married a badly heinous dude title Gabe Ugliano or Smelly Gabe. They reside in an apartment in Queens, NY, and Gabe enjoys creating Percy’s lifetime and Percy’s mother’s life a living hell. Because of This, Percy’s life outlook can be Somewhat negative sometimes:
This piece of information informs us that Percy distrusts adults, but he feels that remaining ignorant of a particular fact is far superior to chasing this reality. He is frustrated. As though life wasn’t tough enough, Percy is dyslexic and has attention deficit disorder. This makes learning in a deadly classroom a thousand times tougher for him. He explains what it is like not having the ability to concentrate well in the classroom: I have moments like this a great deal when my mind falls asleep or something, and the next thing I know I have missed something, like a puzzle piece dropped from this world and left me staring at the blank area behind it.

Assessing for final assessments is a complete nightmare for him. Each of the phrases in his textbooks goes “swimming off the webpage, circling [his] mind, the letters performing one-eighties as though they were riding skateboards” (2.18). Luckily, his favorite teacher, Mr. Brunner is an excellent instructor (Latin and Ancient Greek civilization) and believes that Percy is the bee’s knees. He sets very substantial expectations for Percy, stating, “I expect only the best out of you, Percy Jackson” Mr. Brunner is the only instructor who actually thinks in Percy’s skills, and Percy tries hard to succeed in his course.

Just open the book and start reading it and it will not disappoint you rather you will feel that something has opened new horizons in your mind.

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The book, Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan is considered one of his best masterpieces. The normal read time of “Lightning Thief” is just over six and half hours; nevertheless, if you’ve got the hardcover book as I do, then it was easily read in about five and a half an hour. Overall Lightning Thief book was amazing, short read time, and simple to understand.

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Lightning Thief Details

ASIN : 0786838655
Publisher : Disney-Hyperion; 1st edition (April 1, 2006)
Language : English
Paperback : 416 pages
ISBN-10 : 9780786838653
ISBN-13 : 978-0786838653
Reading age : 10 – 14 years
Lexile measure : 680L
Item Weight : 8.8 ounces
Dimensions : 5.2 x 1.2 x 7.5 inches
Best Sellers Rank: #1,115 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)#7 in Children’s Greek & Roman Books
#60 in Children’s Fantasy & Magic Books
#73 in Children’s Action & Adventure Books (Books)
Customer Reviews: 4.7 out of 5 stars    16,889 ratings

About Rick Riordan 

Rick Riordan is the author of the first five books in the New York Timesbest-selling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series: The Lightning Thief; The Sea of Monsters; The Titan’s Curse; The Battle of the Labyrinth; and The Last Olympian. His previous novels for adults include the hugely popular Tres Navarre series, winner of the top three awards in the mystery genre. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, with his wife and two sons. he was born June 5, 1964)[1] is an American writer. He’s well known for composing the Percy Jackson & the Olympians collection, about a teen called Percy Jackson who finds he’s a son of this Greek god Poseidon. Riordan’s novels are translated into forty-two languages and sold over half a dozen copies in the USA. 20th Century Fox accommodated the first two novels of the Percy Jackson series as part of a set of movies. His novels have spawned related websites, such as picture books and short story collections.

Riordan’s initial full-length book was Big Red Tequila, which became the very first publication in the Tres Navarre collection. Since That Time, Riordan has composed The Kane Chronicles trilogy and The Heroes of Olympus Collection. The Kane Chronicles (2010-2012) centered on Egyptian mythology; The Heroes of Olympus has been the sequel into the Percy Jackson series. Riordan also helped Scholastic Press create The 39 Clues series and its spinoffs, also composed its very first publication, The Maze of Bones (2008). [3] His latest books are three books in the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard collection, according to Norse mythology. The very first publication of his The Trials of Apollo Collection, The Hidden Oracle, premiered in May 2016


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