Percy Jackson & the Olympians Club
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I felt Gabe’s fist collide with my face, and I struggled to get away, though I could do nothing about it. Gabe glugged down the last of his bia and smiled at my bloody nose and bruised…well, everything. “Please stop.” I begged, but Gabe only hit me again in response to my plea. I shuddered backward; I wanted to do something, anything, but if wewe were eight years old too and were trying to get away from a jerk that was three times your size, wewe had no choice.
My mother would have stopped this if she could, but this always took place when she was at work and couldn’t stop it. Gabe...
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I heard a scream from outside the door, thinking that something had to be wrong. It was Percy’s scream, and Percy rarely ever screamed unless he was in serious trouble. I grabbed Percy’s sword off the nightstand and went toward the door, forgetting everything else. I only cared about saving him. I threw my phone in my pocket and grabbed his before uncapping Riptide and running out to the hall before I could stop myself.
Percy was pinned to the floor kwa Luke’s foot and his minions noticed me. They were the same Vrykolakas minions I’d seen a mwaka and four months zamani when I was captured...
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Annabeth lay in my arms, the blood from her back seeping into my jeans. I didn’t care. I threw the car on the road and drove to the nearest hospital. I carried my wife into the hospital and felt the blood flooding onto my hands, but once again, I didn’t care. I only wanted to make sure that she was okay again.
“What happened?” A doctor came rushing forward.
“We were in my car, and the inayofuata thing I know, she screamed. I think it’s a bullet. Help her!” I screamed. The doctor nodded and wheeled her away. I slumped in a chair and wiped my hands off before pulling out my phone and...
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Pain swelled up in my head, but only one thought overwhelmed me: Annabeth was gone. She’d been kidnapped and I was still unconscious for I don’t know how long, but I knew that I had to save my bride. Guilt immediately flooded me; I should have protected her. I had returned Zeus’ lightning bolt with monsters always following close behind, and I couldn’t defend my wife? That’s unacceptable. One thing I knew for sure; unless she was mad, Annabeth was nothing like a monster.
I squinted against the light invading my darkness and finally opened my eyes. I saw Thalia, Mom, and Chiron looming...
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