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Der jährige Schüler Percy Jackson erfährt, dass er der Sohn des griechischen Gottes Poseidon ist. Er schwebt in großer Gefahr: Poseidons Bruder Zeus beschuldigt den Jugendlichen, ihm die mächtigste Waffe, den Blitz, gestohlen zu haben. Bringt. Percy Jackson – Diebe im Olymp (Originaltitel Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief) ist ein US-amerikanischer Fantasyfilm und zugleich die. Percy Jackson – Diebe im Olymp (Originaltitel: Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief) ist ein Fantasy-Roman des US-amerikanischen. Percy Jackson - Diebe im Olymp (Percy Jackson 1) | Riordan, Rick, Haefs, Gabriele | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand. Percy Jackson – Diebe im Olymp ist das erste Buch der Percy-Jackson-Reihe von dem Autor Rick.

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And worse, he's angered a few of them. Zeus's master lightning bolt has been stolen, and Percy is the prime Percy Jackson is about to be kicked out of boarding school Zeus's master lightning bolt has been stolen, and Percy is the prime suspect.

Now Percy and his friends have just ten days to find and return Zeus's stolen property and bring peace to a warring Mount Olympus.

But to succeed on his quest, Percy will have to do more than catch the true thief: he must come to terms with the father who abandoned him; solve the riddle of the Oracle, which warns him of betrayal by a friend; and unravel a treachery more powerful than the gods themselves.

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I really didn't like the movies, should I read the books? I have seen the movies and have been thinking about reading the books too, but I'm afraid that it'll be boring and childish.

I love Greek mythology, though. Should I start reading these books or not? Makenzie First off, the movies do not do the books justice : But yes, definitely read the books!

I'm a teenager and I read the books a few years ago, but to th …more First off, the movies do not do the books justice : But yes, definitely read the books!

I'm a teenager and I read the books a few years ago, but to this day it's one of my all-time favorite series. Riordan is an amazing writer, and once you start his books, you can't put them down!

He does a great job with combining mythology with the modern day, so the stories seem all the more realistic.

While the first book is projected towards a younger audience, it's still action-packed and captivating.

As the series progresses, Percy, the main character, grows and gets older so by the final book in the series he's 16, so as he matures, the books get older as well.

I also recommend these books because Rick has a follow-up series, called the Heroes of Olympus Series, which is for an older audience.

Some of the characters from the Percy Jackson series carry over, so I recommend reading the first series to better understand the second and I definitely recommend reading the follow-up series because it's just as good, if not better than the first.

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I'm slightly ashamed to say that I watched the movie before I read the book. But I'm even more ashamed that I watched the movie only to experience the hotness that is Logan Lerman.

But, come on! Someone tell me that this , is not hot: Really. What did I tell you? I do imagine that you probably won't read the rest of the review anf just stare at this gif instead, but that's no reason not to like my review!

I really do. Because without his unfreakingbelieveabl I'm slightly ashamed to say that I watched the movie before I read the book.

Because without his unfreakingbelieveable hotness, I wouldn't have watched the movie, and I would've never read the awesomeness of The Lightning Thief.

Yes, I loved the book. I've always taken an interest in Greek Mythology and I thought Rick Riordan's take on it was very unique, and unlike anything I've read before.

I absolutely loved Camp- Halfblood. Well, it sure seemed better than the budget summer camps I've been to. RR seriously out did himself with writing the camp.

I could imagine everything vividly and I like to think that I know the camp from back to front. The cabins would have to be my favourite feature of the camp, though.

If only they were like that in the camps I've been to. What can I say? The guy has amazing underwater powers, is kick- ass and is a demigod.

He's super loyal to his friends and family, is brave and has the looks this is the part when you look at the gif of Logan Lerman again ;D.

And he can make me laugh. Come on. You have to give a guy who make you laugh some credit. In short, the guy's the full package.

Another thing I loved were the other characters. Especially Annabeth, who looks like Cinderella in Percy's words am I right? I don't have the book on me, sorry.

Stupid library fines. And I'm expecting something to develop between her and Percy, if you know what I mean So, yeah. I loved the book, it was exciting, fast- paced and humorous.

Just one thing though, I'm kind of pissed that they didn't have cabins in the movie. Or Clarisse. Or the Oracle. Though it's hardly RR's fault.

I just had to get it out there. View all comments. JeRi i did to Jun 22, AM. Liangchen Wang OK, that review is one loooooong one, but I was wondering the same thing: why didn't the first movie have a Clarisse and why is Chiron's horse-half br OK, that review is one loooooong one, but I was wondering the same thing: why didn't the first movie have a Clarisse and why is Chiron's horse-half brown, not white, like the book said?

Why is Annabeth's hair brown, not blonde? OK this comment WAS pretty long… I wish I hadn't watched the movie before reading it, because I felt like that ruined a bit of enjoyment of this book for me, but for the most part I had such a fun time reading this book and I'm looking forward to continuing on with the series.

View all 49 comments. Shelves: middle-grade , fantasy , harry-potter-alternative. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. When I was about halfway through this book, I started making a list of its similarities to Harry Potter.

Here is a sampling from that list: 1. The heroes train at a school that divides its students according to their character. Chiron, the head trainer of the camp, equals Dumbledore.

Riordan's three young heroes face down a three-headed dog at the end of their big quest, which if I'm not mistaken is exactly what happens in HP1 granted, the three-headed dog is straight out of Greek mythology, so I should cut Riordan some slack on this one.

I could go on and on and on which would be fun for me, but I won't. Instead, I'll shock you by saying that I totally loved this completely derivative book.

It's super fun and fast-moving and the fact that it's kind of a HP rip-off actually makes me like it more.

God, I loved Harry Potter. The Lighting Thief is like methadone. That might be what I said about the The Amulet of Samarkand but it's more true here.

I can't wait to read the second one! Chiron looked surprised. The entrance to the Underworld is in Los Angeles.

This book has done the impossible: it has redeemed the name of Percy. Yes, that's right, that snot-faced, lily-livered waste of air of the very same name from the Harry Potter universe.

That Chiron looked surprised. That name is now relegated to the ranks of "acceptable," because of my love for this book.

Perseus Percy Jackson is the kind of kid with whom you can't help sympathizing. He is the type that's born under a dark star, because inevitably, wherever he goes, whatever he does, however good his intentions, he can't help but fuck everything up.

Everything that can, does and will go wrong. A simple field trip can turn into a disaster in seconds. Jay-Z's got 99 problems, Percy might have more.

Her freckles were orange, as if somebody had spray-painted her face with liquid Cheetos. Nancy Bobofit is not a major character in the book.

I have to mention her because her character resounded with me. I had my own Nancy Bobofit back in grade school, only her name is Mimi.

Nearly 2 decades later, the memory of her horrible face still makes me shudder. But I digress. What's with all the secrecy, man?

He is a half-blood, meaning one of his parents is a Greek deity. He gets sent to Camp Half-Blood, with roughly other kids like him.

It's a freaky place for a kid who's known nothing but relative normalcy his entire life. All of a sudden, he's playing Pinochle with a Greek God Dionysuswhat a drunk , his best friend Grover turns out to be a satyr, and the gorgeous blond girl who rescues him thinks he's a doofus and she keeps calling him "seaweed brain.

He is kind of a seaweed brain. Your dad created some stupid saltwater spring for his gift. My mom created the olive tree.

The people saw that her gift was better, so they named the city after her. As it turned out, Percy IS special.

His dad is one of the Big Three gods. Which kind of sucks, because that's not supposed to happen.

Their children were just too powerful. The gods are fighting again when are they not And Zeus thinks that his bro, Poseidon, put Percy up to it.

Of course, blame the poor kid. He's not alone, he's accompanied by the snarky, gorgeous, fiercely competent Annabeth she of the seaweed brain name-calling , as well as the most incompetent satyr that ever lived.

It's going to be a loooooooong trip to the Underworld. I am a Greek mythology buff. This book is just absolutely fucking perfect in every way when it comes to rewriting and reinterpreting the Greek pantheon.

It is so hilariously, awesomely irreverent, but completely fitting. The gods are reimagined, but they stay true to their true nature, and the myths are retold in a cheeky, flippant manner that had me giggling my ass off.

This book is so fantastically snarky to the Greek gods. Everything is incredibly well-explained to a lay audience, like how the Greek gods can't seem to keep it in their pants.

Annabeth nodded. They ran around falling in love with humans and having kids with them. You assume it has to be a male god who finds a human female attractive?

How sexist is that? A collective consciousness that has burned bright for thousands of years. The gods are part of it. The gods simply moved, to Germany, to France, to Spain, for a while.

Wherever the flame was brightest, the gods were there. They spent several centuries in England. All you need to do is look at the architecture.

People do not forget the gods. He's got a special destiny. He is a special child. Percy is such a sympathetic character, and although he won't be replacing Harry Potter in my heart any time soon, there is a special spot for him.

He can give up pretty fast. I waved back. I want to go home now. He's pretty stupid sometimes Auntie Em, geez , he's not exactly heroic. He only does the heroic shit when there are no other options.

I can't say that I'm fond of Grover A good middle grade book makes you feel like a child again, and this book did just the trick.

I found myself giggling throughout the book, and an hour after reading it, there's still a smile on my face that can't be wiped off.

Were you a bit weird in school? Or are you still in school and think you're kinda weird? I mean, everyone is weird, but you know that I mean.

Maybe you didn't fit in, maybe people thought you were a bit of a loser. Maybe you had learning difficulties, were a target for bullies, got into trouble a lot, maybe it seemed like your teachers just didn't like you.

Maybe you sucked at reading and were even diagnosed with dyslexia. Or ADHD. Well, don't worry. Truth is, you're actually most likely a child Were you a bit weird in school?

Truth is, you're actually most likely a child of the gods with secret powers that enable you to zap those bullies and fulfill your true destiny.

Screw school, you've got bigger things to deal with anyway. Lol, this book is amazing. My only regret is that I didn't have it when I was twelve years old because I would have read this until it was falling apart in my hands.

Every insecure kid so basically every kid should read The Lightning Thief. I would want my hypothetical kids of the future to read this book.

It's the ultimate childhood fantasy - discovering that everything people labelled as "weird" or negative about you is actually caused by your secret awesomeness.

Pretty perfect message, if you ask me. I know, I know - this is plain old childhood wish fulfillment at its finest.

But who cares? The best kids books are all about wish fulfillment to some extent and it's not like Percy Jackson doesn't have his fair share of enemies and heartache.

It's the same idea that we all loved to buy into. The orphaned and neglected Harry Potter discovering he is a wizard.

The nerdy loser-ish Peter Parker developing special abilities and becoming Spiderman. Children in the middle of WWII discovering a secret world through a wardrobe door in which they reign as royalty.

Percy Jackson finding out he is the son of a god and has his own super powers. On top of the powerful message, this is a fast-paced exciting fantasy story full of friendships, Greek mythology, magic, mystery, bad guys and girls, and constant adventure.

I enjoyed it now, despite me being a good ten years older than the target audience. I would have enjoyed it even more ten years ago.

You should definitely go read this. Then, when you're done, give it to a kid to read too. View all 55 comments.

I don't care if this is middle grade literature. I am starting this soon! View all 17 comments. Believe it or not, but this was actually my first Rick Riordan book!!!

AND I really enjoyed it!!! I swear that young boy is the embodiment of sass and the more I read about him, the more I got attached to this awesome boy!

Well, I guess I liked Grover as well! XD After all his heart is in the right place and when it comes down to it, this is everything that counts!

I mean there are actually Yes, I looked it up! View all 30 comments. View all 37 comments. I have had my fill of too many stupid, brain-cell destroying comments posted on this review in the past few months asking me to write a 'best-selling book' before attempting to take apart Rick Riordan's writing.

I do have the right to record my feelings about a book in my review. And it's such a shame that I am actually being forced to put up this edit to make people aware of this fact.

If this review hurts your sentiments as a fan, I am sorry I can't help you there. You must grow up and learn to let dichotomous opinions co-exist in harmony on the same page.

That is all. Caution:- Brutal honesty ahead. Read at the expense of having to respect someone else's views. Aside from being highly unoriginal and unimaginative, the book grates on your nerves due to the frequency of Percy's lame attempts at sounding witty.

Seriously, I'm supposed to laugh at his observations on the 'Bull Man' and 'barnyard animals'? Not only did the writer not bother racking his brains to come up with a plot or a proper story, choosing instead to recycle key elements of the Harry Potter series, but he also ignored important aspects of a fantasy novel, one of which is the language.

To call the narration just bad will be an understatement. Same can be said about the dialogue and the way the plot progresses - it's one cliched event unfolding after another.

The only novel thing about this book is the seamless integration of Greek mythology into a fantasy-based set-up.

The 1 star is for that. And so I'd like to put a premature end to my review because I just realized the futility of writing one of a book I hated.

Mimi Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and I respect that, but I'd like to point out that this is a kids book written for kids who, at our age, co Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and I respect that, but I'd like to point out that this is a kids book written for kids who, at our age, couldn't care less about grammar, especially in a society where grammar neglected.

Not a long informative text written in the s using vocabulary so complex that even high schoolers struggle to read it.

Again, freedom of speech and stuff. I was so glad to find I was not the only person. I would've liked this book if it was written better, becuase it's a nice plot.

I kept finding myself cringing and wining. It was soooo cheesy. That was a mistake. I'm massive bookworm and I've read lots of books.

And I think this is the only book I've thought about leaving unfinished. I've read all I think of this series to my daughter, Celyn, but somehow this one escaped being reviewed until now.

I half-watched the film a year or two before we read this. Actually it was Rick reading and being kind enough to review my own trilogy that steered me toward picking up these books for Celyn she's very disabled and can't read books for herself.

Anyway, it was a very good read. Celyn enjoyed the action and humour, and I enjoyed seeing the Greek legends I loved reading about as a I've read all I think of this series to my daughter, Celyn, but somehow this one escaped being reviewed until now.

Celyn enjoyed the action and humour, and I enjoyed seeing the Greek legends I loved reading about as a kid given a new lease of life, offered up to the most recent generation.

It starts off with that irresistible device beloved of fantasy books that you vicariously the hero were meant for more than this regular old world and that all those odd things you don't understand about everyday life In fact And that means you're part god yourself!

So Percy gets inducted into hero school, makes friends with good monsters, fights and kills bad ones, and dives into adventure. The hero school Camp Halfblood has demi-gods descended from all the Greek mythos, which makes for fun conflicts.

Meanwhile in the wider world there are rumblings that the titans from whom the gods wrested control of the world at the dawn of time are about to stage a comeback.

Zeus has lost his lightning bolt and the thief must be found before the gods fall to blows and Olympus topples. The genius is in the mix of modern day America with all its kitsch, landmarks, cities etc with mythical Greece.

It shouldn't really work, but does. And to cap it all, your kid is getting a classical education on the sly! Join my 3-emails-a-year newsletter prizes … View all 10 comments.

I just had to get the illustrated edition! It's so awesome! I will leave some pics below and I took them last night so they are not great shots.

Like I said, sorry about the darkish pics. I was taking them while laying in bed last night. Lol Happy Reading! Look, I didn't want to be a half-blood.

If you're reading this because you think you might be one, my advice is: close the book right now. Believe whatever lie your mom or dad told you about your birth, and try to lead a normal life.

Being a half-blood is dangerous. It's scary. Most of the time, it gets you killed in painful, nasty ways. If you're a normal kid, reading this because you think it's fiction, great.

Read on. I envy you for being able to believe that none of this ever happened. But if you recognize yourself in these pages-if you feel something stirring inside-top reading immediately.

You might be one of us. And once you know that, it's only a matter of time before they sense it too, and they'll come for you.

Don't say I didn't warn you. My name is Percy Jackson. Most people already know the story of Percy Jackson and how he found out he was a half-blood.

How he ended up in a half-blood camp almost didn't How he beat a Minotaur and later on, many things.

Sie kam dabei ums Leben und wurde von Zeus in eine magische Fichte verwandelt. Nach dem Spiel taucht ein Höllenhund auf, der Percy zu töten versucht.

Wenig später erscheint über Percys Kopf das Hologramm eines Dreizacks , was bedeutet, dass Poseidon sein Vater ist und Percy anerkannt hat.

Percy wird in die bis dahin leerstehende Poseidon-Hütte versetzt. Zeus glaubt, dass Percy von Poseidon zu dem Diebstahl angestiftet wurde, und fordert den Blitz bis zur Sommersonnenwende in zehn Tagen zurück.

Chiron vermutet, dass Hades den Blitz geraubt hat, um Zeus und Poseidon gegeneinander auszuspielen und die Macht zu erringen. Zuerst solle er jedoch das Orakel nach seinem Schicksal fragen.

Das Orakel hat folgende Weissagung zu machen:. Percy zieht also mit Grover und Annabeth los, um den Blitz von Hades zurückzufordern und ihn Zeus zu übergeben.

Chiron gibt ihm das Schwert Anaklysmos Springflut mit, das sich als Kugelschreiber tarnen lässt. Von Luke erhält er ein paar geflügelte Schuhe.

Danach brechen sie auf, um den Eingang zur Unterwelt in Los Angeles zu finden. Bereits nach kurzer Zeit werden die drei im Bus von den Furien überfallen, die sie jedoch überwältigen können.

Die fürsorgliche Besitzerin entpuppt sich als Medusa , eine schlangenhaarige Gorgone , die Menschen zu Stein erstarren lässt, wenn sie ihr in die Augen sehen.

Percy kann sie nach einem Kampf enthaupten und schickt den noch funktionsfähigen Kopf per Post an den Olymp. In der folgenden Nacht erzählt Grover Percy von dem auf mysteriöse Weise verschwundenen Naturgott Pan , den er unbedingt finden will.

Allerdings ist nie ein Satyr lebend von der Suche zurückgekommen. Percy wiederum gesteht, dass er das Abenteuer nur in der schwachen Hoffnung durchführt, seine Mutter aus der Unterwelt befreien zu können.

Später träumt er von einer Grube, aus der heraus ihn eine dunkle Stimme zu manipulieren versucht. Durch den Finderlohn für einen Pudel können die drei am nächsten Tag mit dem Zug weiterreisen.

Beim Besichtigen des Gateway Archs in St. Louis wird Percy von Echidna und der Chimäre angegriffen und muss sich durch einen Sprung aus fast Metern Höhe in den Mississippi retten.

Dabei stellt er fest, dass er unter Wasser atmen und trocken bleiben kann. Percy wird nun zur Prominenz, im ganzen Land wird nach ihm gesucht.

Gabe tritt im Fernsehen auf und unterstützt diese Theorie. In Denver treffen die drei Freunde auf den Kriegsgott Ares. Dieser will, dass sie seinen Schild aus einem leerstehenden Wasserpark holen, wo er ihn nach einem Treffen mit Aphrodite vergessen hat.

Dort angekommen geraten Percy und Annabeth in eine Falle des Götterschmiedes Hephaistos , die dazu dienen sollte, Aphrodites Liebesverhältnis mit Ares auffliegen zu lassen.

Sie können Ares den Schild jedoch zurückbringen und erhalten als Finderlohn eine Mitfahrgelegenheit als blinde Passagiere in einem Transport von Tierschmugglern.

Ares offenbart zudem, das Sally Jackson nicht tot ist, sondern von Hades als Geisel gefangengehalten wird.

Percy träumt erneut von der Stimme in der Grube, die sich dieses Mal mit einem Komplizen zu unterhalten scheint. Grover gesteht nun, dass er der Schutzsatyr Thalias war, und dass es sich bei den beiden anderen Halbgöttern um Annabeth und Luke gehandelt habe.

Dort bekommen sie eine Luxussuite zugewiesen und dürfen unbegrenzt die Spielanlagen benutzen. Percy bemerkt, dass sich hier Leute aus den Siebziger- und Achtzigerjahre befinden, und er stellt fest, dass das Casino dazu dient, die Besucher langfristig festzuhalten, und sie die Zeit vergessen lässt.

Die drei Freunde können zwar entkommen, haben jedoch fünf Tage im Lotos Casino verbracht und stehen somit nur noch einen Tag vor der Sommersonnenwende.

Mit dem Taxi kommen sie noch am selben Abend in Los Angeles an. Sie bestechen den Fährmann Charon und können auch den Torwächter Zerberus überlisten.

Doch noch bevor sie mit Hades sprechen können, machen sich Lukes geflügelte Schuhe selbstständig und schleifen Grover bis zu dem Abgrund, den Percy aus seinen Träumen kennt.

Dabei handelt es sich um den Tartaros , den tiefsten und ältesten Teil der Unterwelt. Hades streitet den Diebstahl ab und behauptet, Percy habe den Herrscherblitz im Auftrag Poseidons geraubt und sei nun hergekommen, um ihn, Hades, zu bedrohen.

Auch habe Percy Hades' Helm der Finsternis gestohlen. Hades' Theorie scheint sich zu bestätigen, als Percy in seinem Rucksack den Herrscherblitz findet.

Hades offenbart den Helden, dass ihre Perlen nur drei Menschen die Flucht aus der Unterwelt ermöglichen. Percy müsse entweder auf seine Mutter oder einen seiner Freunde verzichten, oder aber selbst hierbleiben.

Damit alle vier fliehen können, muss Percy dem Gott Blitz und Helm überlassen. Percy entscheidet sich, seine Mutter hierzulassen, und verspricht, ihr bald zu helfen.

Der Rucksack, den er Percy in Denver gegeben hat, war so verzaubert, dass der Herrscherblitz darin auftaucht, wenn er die Unterwelt erreicht hat.

Percy fordert Ares zu einem Zweikampf um Hades' Helm heraus, den dieser annimmt. Da Percy mittlerweile die Kräfte des Wassers nutzen kann, gelingt es ihm, Ares zu verwunden.

Dieser muss wohl oder übel den Helm herausgeben und erklärt sich zu Percys Feind.

Wir behalten uns vor, Kommentare ohne Angabe von Gründen zu löschen. Im weiteren Verlauf des Schuljahres geschehen weitere Vorfälle. Die englische Erstausgabe wurde im Jahr veröffentlicht. Was für gemeine Fragen! Auflage Übersetzer Gabriele Lion weg nach hause Verkaufsrang Rick Riordan verwebt die alten Click to see more mit Geschehnissen in der Gegenwart; das gelingt ihm überaus unterhaltsam, humorvoll und fesselnd. Ares offenbart zudem, das Sally Film dunkerque nicht tot ist, sondern von Hades als Geisel gefangengehalten wird. Doch dies geschieht nicht ohne Grund, denn sein Vater braucht seine Hilfe; wird er, Poseidon, doch von seinem Bruder Zeus verdächtigt, einen der Herrscherblitze gestohlen zu haben. Percy wird nun zur Prominenz, im ganzen Land wird nach ihm gesucht.

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Da Percy mittlerweile die Kräfte des Wassers nutzen kann, gelingt es ihm, Ares zu verwunden. In derselben Nacht tobt ein Sturm, und Grover taucht bei dem Haus auf. Dort lernt er den etwas älteren Luke Castellan kennen, der ihm zum Freund wird. Was für gemeine Fragen! Und damit gehen so einige Probleme einher, denn nicht jeder ist ihm positiv gesonnen! The characters are great, stromberg darsteller character relationships are nicely developed, the story is exciting, all the Greek mythology is tied in brilliantly, the humor is laugh-out-loud hilarious. Showing I want to go home. I would have enjoyed it even more ten years ago. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. It's so awesome! Somit hat sich die Zeile des Orakels erfüllt, dass ein Freund ihn read more werde.

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Inkheart Edit Storyline When his lightning bolt is stolen, Zeus accuses Poseidon's son Percy Jackson and gives Poseidon's son fourteen days to return it, otherwise he will initiate a war amongst the gods.

Edit Did You Know? On the exterior, exclusively the entrance was decorated to look like a casino entrance, and the large, beautiful fountain in front of the entrance was built by the filmmakers as well.

The rest of the casino's massive exterior bells and whistles were created by the digital effects team on the computer and inserted into the shots after filming wrapped.

However, the entire interior was constructed to look an enormous, beautiful casino. The filmmakers designed the interior trimmings and decorations completely from scratch, filled the interior with very convincing casino games and indoor amusement park rides, and used a brand new Maserati to set up the "win this car" stand in the casino lobby.

Goofs In the Capture the Flag scene, a warrior of the red team shears off the blue horsehair plume on Percy's helmet with his sword.

However, in all of the following scenes the plume is complete again. Quotes [ first lines ] Poseidon : Zeus. Zeus : Poseidon. Zeus : It's been many years.

Zeus : What do you see? Poseidon : Thunder clouds. Zeus : But no lightning. Crazy Credits Halfway through the credits there is a scene showing Gabe Ugliano's fate on discovering Medusa's severed head.

User Reviews Disappointed 16 February by jin — See all my reviews. In der folgenden Nacht erzählt Grover Percy von dem auf mysteriöse Weise verschwundenen Naturgott Pan , den er unbedingt finden will.

Allerdings ist nie ein Satyr lebend von der Suche zurückgekommen. Percy wiederum gesteht, dass er das Abenteuer nur in der schwachen Hoffnung durchführt, seine Mutter aus der Unterwelt befreien zu können.

Später träumt er von einer Grube, aus der heraus ihn eine dunkle Stimme zu manipulieren versucht. Durch den Finderlohn für einen Pudel können die drei am nächsten Tag mit dem Zug weiterreisen.

Beim Besichtigen des Gateway Archs in St. Louis wird Percy von Echidna und der Chimäre angegriffen und muss sich durch einen Sprung aus fast Metern Höhe in den Mississippi retten.

Dabei stellt er fest, dass er unter Wasser atmen und trocken bleiben kann. Percy wird nun zur Prominenz, im ganzen Land wird nach ihm gesucht.

Gabe tritt im Fernsehen auf und unterstützt diese Theorie. In Denver treffen die drei Freunde auf den Kriegsgott Ares.

Dieser will, dass sie seinen Schild aus einem leerstehenden Wasserpark holen, wo er ihn nach einem Treffen mit Aphrodite vergessen hat.

Dort angekommen geraten Percy und Annabeth in eine Falle des Götterschmiedes Hephaistos , die dazu dienen sollte, Aphrodites Liebesverhältnis mit Ares auffliegen zu lassen.

Sie können Ares den Schild jedoch zurückbringen und erhalten als Finderlohn eine Mitfahrgelegenheit als blinde Passagiere in einem Transport von Tierschmugglern.

Ares offenbart zudem, das Sally Jackson nicht tot ist, sondern von Hades als Geisel gefangengehalten wird.

Percy träumt erneut von der Stimme in der Grube, die sich dieses Mal mit einem Komplizen zu unterhalten scheint. Grover gesteht nun, dass er der Schutzsatyr Thalias war, und dass es sich bei den beiden anderen Halbgöttern um Annabeth und Luke gehandelt habe.

Dort bekommen sie eine Luxussuite zugewiesen und dürfen unbegrenzt die Spielanlagen benutzen. Percy bemerkt, dass sich hier Leute aus den Siebziger- und Achtzigerjahre befinden, und er stellt fest, dass das Casino dazu dient, die Besucher langfristig festzuhalten, und sie die Zeit vergessen lässt.

Die drei Freunde können zwar entkommen, haben jedoch fünf Tage im Lotos Casino verbracht und stehen somit nur noch einen Tag vor der Sommersonnenwende.

Mit dem Taxi kommen sie noch am selben Abend in Los Angeles an. Sie bestechen den Fährmann Charon und können auch den Torwächter Zerberus überlisten.

Doch noch bevor sie mit Hades sprechen können, machen sich Lukes geflügelte Schuhe selbstständig und schleifen Grover bis zu dem Abgrund, den Percy aus seinen Träumen kennt.

Dabei handelt es sich um den Tartaros , den tiefsten und ältesten Teil der Unterwelt. Hades streitet den Diebstahl ab und behauptet, Percy habe den Herrscherblitz im Auftrag Poseidons geraubt und sei nun hergekommen, um ihn, Hades, zu bedrohen.

Auch habe Percy Hades' Helm der Finsternis gestohlen. Hades' Theorie scheint sich zu bestätigen, als Percy in seinem Rucksack den Herrscherblitz findet.

Hades offenbart den Helden, dass ihre Perlen nur drei Menschen die Flucht aus der Unterwelt ermöglichen. Percy müsse entweder auf seine Mutter oder einen seiner Freunde verzichten, oder aber selbst hierbleiben.

Damit alle vier fliehen können, muss Percy dem Gott Blitz und Helm überlassen. Percy entscheidet sich, seine Mutter hierzulassen, und verspricht, ihr bald zu helfen.

Der Rucksack, den er Percy in Denver gegeben hat, war so verzaubert, dass der Herrscherblitz darin auftaucht, wenn er die Unterwelt erreicht hat.

Percy fordert Ares zu einem Zweikampf um Hades' Helm heraus, den dieser annimmt. Da Percy mittlerweile die Kräfte des Wassers nutzen kann, gelingt es ihm, Ares zu verwunden.

Dieser muss wohl oder übel den Helm herausgeben und erklärt sich zu Percys Feind. Percy übergibt den Helm den Furien, die ihn zu Hades bringen.

Der Gott lässt Sally daraufhin frei. Die Götter vermuten, dass es sich bei dem Wesen im Tartaros, das Ares die Befehle erteilt hat, um ihren gemeinsamen Vater Kronos handelt, der nach dem Sturz der Titanen in Stücke geschnitten und in die Unterwelt verbannt wurde.

Kronos dringt in die Träume der Menschen und Götter ein und versucht, sie für sich zu gewinnen. Als Zeus den Raum verlässt, ist Percy mit Poseidon allein, dieser erzählt ihm unter anderem, dass Sally aus der Unterwelt zurückgekehrt ist.

Sally verwandelt damit den unausstehlichen Gabe zu Stein und verkauft ihn als Skulptur teuer an ein Museum.

Bei einem anscheinend freundschaftlichen Treffen mit Luke im Wald bedroht dieser Percy mit einem Skorpion und offenbart, dass er in Kronos' Dienste getreten ist und die magischen Artefakte für Ares geraubt hat.

Luke hasst die Götter — allen voran seinen Vater Hermes — und will, dass die Titanen wieder die Welt beherrschen. Percy überlebt den Skorpionenstich, doch als er wieder zu Bewusstsein kommt, ist Luke verschwunden.

Somit hat sich die Zeile des Orakels erfüllt, dass ein Freund ihn verraten werde. Am Ende des Sommers zieht Grover los, um Pan zu finden.

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