The Olympians and Percy Jackson Procrustes has been resurrected and now owns a mattress business in Los Angeles called "Crusty." Once the snares are set, Percy frees his pals and uses Riptide to cut Procrustes down to size, killing him.
Percy then confronts Zeus who admits that he lied about wanting to make things better for mankind. Furious, Percy throws him out of heaven's gates and vows to stop the war once and for all.
In book three, Percy travels back in time to prevent his father from being killed by Hephaestus. If he succeeds, everything will be fine and dandy. If not, well... you know what happens next.
In book four, Percy fights Ares for Athena's honor. If he wins, she'll love him. If not, uh, you know what happens next.
In book five, Percy travels back in time again to save his mother before she is killed by Medusa. If he succeeds, everyone will trust him and he can stop the war forever. If not, you know what happens next.
In book six, Percy fights Hades for Anna Lee's hand in marriage. If he wins, he'll let him go free.
Crusty straps them to beds and stretches them to death in an attempt to murder them. How did Percy prevent Crusty from murdering him and his friends? Percy deters him by convincing him to lie down on a bed and strap him in. Then he finishes him off with Riptide.
Percy knows that if Crusty murders his friends then he will feel very sad and would want revenge against him. So he kills him before he has the chance to hurt anyone else.
Crushy is a monster who kills people for fun. He enjoys seeing his victims suffer before they die. This means that he would have killed everyone even if Percy didn't exist. But since Percy takes away his opportunity to kill, he decides not to go through with it.
Percy saves his friends by killing Crushy before he has the chance to harm them. After their friend is dead, they know that nothing can harm them now because they are safe. Therefore, they don't need to be rescued.
Percy demonstrates his heroism by outwitting and defeating Crusty. He persuades Crusty to sleep on one of his own beds and then employs Crusty's own tactic to bind Crusty to the bed. This allows Percy to move the bed into the furnace room where the ice cream machine is kept and destroy it with a hammer.
After killing the ice cream machine, Percy moves the bed into the kitchen where he destroys all of the cookies with an axe. Then he goes back into the furnace room and releases Crusty so that he can help him fight more monsters.
During this time, Crispy has been following behind the monsters with her hair dryer, trying to get them to come over to her side of the street. When she sees what Percival has done, Crispy decides to go to the next town over where they will believe that there are actually monsters living in their house.
Crispy leaves before Percy has a chance to say goodbye. Just as she reaches the end of the driveway, she hears a noise and turns around to see if Percy needs help. But he has already gone to meet his destiny.
Percival Jones is a great hero who shows that you should never judge a book by its cover. Even though he looks like a monster, inside he is kind and loyal.
Percy snaps his fingers and yells, "Ergo!" once Crusty is on the bed. Percy binds him with ropes and uses Riptide to sever his head. He puts Crusty's body in the trunk of his car and dumps it off shore.
Percy returns home and tells Annabeth about his adventure. She thinks he's become a villain like her father, but he says he's not sure yet.
In Book Six of The Lightning Thief, we find out that Percy is going to live with Annabeth and her family while he decides what to do with his life. This book ends with him starting school in Athens, Pennsylvania (where I went to school).
Percy Jackson and the Olympians is a fictional story written by American author Rick Riordan. The first book was published in 2001. It has been followed by two other books so far.
The main character, Percy Jackson, is a fourteen-year-old boy who lives in Chicago with his mother, father, and younger brother Steve. One day when they're driving home from work, his father is killed by a drunk driver. His body is never found. After this tragedy, Percy's mother becomes depressed and eventually commits suicide.
Percy persuades Crusty to test out a bed for himself.
Percy Jackson, son of Poseidon, crashed on the shores of Ogygia after being blasted from a volcano. There, he was cared after by a lovely lady, later revealed to be Calypso, the Titan Atlas's daughter. She had captured him when he sailed past her island looking for Odysseus.
Calypso kept Percy as a prisoner for seven years until Athena rescued him. She gave him directions to his father's kingdom and told him to go there if he ever needed help.
That night, after eating a meal that Calypso had prepared for him, Percy went upstairs to his room. He fell asleep on the bed. When he woke up in the morning, he saw that someone had been there while he slept - the room was clean and fresh. He wondered who it could have been but didn't see any signs of life anywhere in the palace. Then he remembered his mother's advice and prayed to Zeus for help. Immediately, a bright light appeared before him and a voice said that Zeus has sent him for help. Then the light disappeared and Percy found himself in the middle of a battle between gods and monsters. He was not afraid at all because he believed that if anyone could save him, it was his father. He fought hard but soon realized that he was alone against all these people and creatures.