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✓DON'T LOOK BACK+Sequel {Percy Jackson AU}

✓DON'T LOOK BACK+Sequel {Percy Jackson AU}

84.4K Reads 4.5K Votes 71 Part Story
The AU Girl By crazedauthors1093 Completed

✓COMPLETED 01/08/17
Annabeth Chase has a problem.  All she has been doing her whole life is running, switching from school to school, and trying to find a safe place.  Her mom abandoned her when she was a kid and her dad couldn't care less about his only daughter.  But her family wasn't the problem.  The problem was a pair of piercing blue eyes that seemed to follow her everywhere.

Percy Jackson has a perfect life. He's a fantastic swimmer, gets decent grades, and had a wonderful family.  He thought nothing could go wrong.  Until he met the gray eyed girl, Annabeth Chase.

It all started when Annabeth met Percy's best friend, Jason Grace.  Percy began to feel jealous of Jason and Annabeth, and started to loathe her.  Annabeth returned the feelings.  The two were sworn enemies.

Until the boy with the blue eyes came back.    The boy who had been hunting Annabeth for years, has found her again.

And the only thing she can do now is run.


First chapters are sort of cringey sorry.

Also this is NOT a Jasabeth story.   Don't worry, everything will make sense!

Incredibly long and creepy, so grab a bowl of popcorn, hide under the covers, and get ready for a rollercoaster of emotions.

Um... Is Annabeth supposed to be abused? 'Cause I'm pretty sure it should be Percy. And now she sounds like Percy too...
i live in a small town and our school has around 100 people per grade.
LOL I walked right into a pole once even though I was looking!
My whole school has only about 120 kids... 
                              well the grade only goes up to grade 8 sooooooooooooo.
demigoddishness13 demigoddishness13 Oct 12, 2016
My school has around 300 kids 
                              With about 50 per grade making up 7-12 grade
Sazy_Lizzie Sazy_Lizzie Jan 30
Wow. That's small. My high school has just under 2000 girls and about 160 per grade.