Percy Jackson is perhaps the best chapter-titler known to man. He is our narrator and the hero of . To get a taste of his personality and his sense of humor, just glance at this book's table of contents. Chapter titles like "A God Buys Us Cheeseburgers," and "We Get Advice from a Poodle" really help paint a clear portrait of this twelve-year-old boy and his demi-god sense of humor.
There are four books left in the Percy Jackson series. Yessssssss. We've got a feeling that there is more than one reason why Percy decides to go home and live with his mom for his seventh-grade year. Yes, he loves Sally Jackson and living with her is always fun. But he also remembers what Annabeth said once about how living in the real world serves as a true test of a hero's abilities, because that's where all the monsters lurk. Percy seems excited by the idea of sharpening his monster-slaying skills. He also seems eager to find a way to stop Luke and to learn more about what Kronos is planning. He even tells Chiron and Annabeth, "Luke is out there right now […] I have to go after him" (22.163).
The fans of the "Percy Jackson" movies are waiting for the third film adaptation of The New York Times No. 1 Children's best-seller series, but there is no news confirming the movie's release. Logan Lerman, who plays the main role in the movie, has already mentioned in several articles that Percy Jackson 3 will not be coming out. Given the uncertainty implied in his interview responses, and given that the official confirmation is still missing, the fans can expect the Percy Jackson 3 to soon release its confirmation, and the movie to come out by 2016. On the other hand, should it?