Um, Dues ex machina anyone?
Stop running, you fools!
Reyna sent me to get Percy,” Frank said. “Did Octavian accept you?”
“Yeah,” Percy said. “He slaughtered my panda.
Leo choked. “Your mom is a rainbow goddess?”
“Got a problem with that?” Butch said.
“No, no,” Leo said. “Rainbows, very macho.”
“Butch is our best equestrian,” Annabeth said. “He gets along great with the pegasi.”
“Rainbows, ponies,” Leo muttered.
“I’m gonna toss you off this chariot,” Butch warned.
You’re a stalker with hooves.”
Now, he realized, he simply had to take what he wanted. He had to control the winds, not the other way around (p. 434).
Even the gods couldn’t devise a fates so twisted.
I thought she had another animal pelt lying next to her, and then I realized it was a live animal-a deer with glittering fur and silver horns, its head resting contentedly in Artemis’s lap.
Behind them, Leo heard the Maenads laughing and shouting, urging Leo to come back so they could rip him to shreds. For some reason, Leo wasn’t tempted.
the ship. When he slashed through the last one, he forgot to