He could't have survied a hundred foot drop. I'm sorry Annabeth.
("The Titan's Curse")
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I can't believe Sadie's going to let me have the last word. Our experience together must've really taught her something. Ow, she just hit me. Never mind.
When she kissed me, I had the feeling my brain was melting right through my body.
Chiron probably wanted me to say, Heck it wa nothing. I eat hellhounds for breakfast. But I didn't feel like lying.
Poseidon held out his arms and gave me a hug. I realized, a little embarrassed, that I'd never actually hugged my dad before. He was warm-like a regular human-and he smelled of a salty beach and fresh sea air.
You see gods have great power, but only humans have creativity, the power to change history rather than simply repeat it.
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