Percy Jackson: Depraved Or Deplorable?
"Yes, I did."
The Olympain trial was in motion, and those three words resonated through the walls of the throne room, Sending a tingle down every God's spine. Silence followed, then a question
"He went too far this time Lord Zeus."
"Too far? You made him so miserable then killed him, just for of vengeance?"
The accused stayed quiet.
Meanwhile the sea God was finding it hard to contain his rage, anger brewing inside him like a tornado about to decimate whatever stood in its way.
"For killing an innocent in such a gruesome manner, I'd make you immortal and sentence you to Tartarus. But seeing how much you have done for us, endured for us, you will be executed and your life will be forfeit. This decision is irrevocable under every circumstance, Perseus Jackson! " Ordered Zeus.
The date was set, the most celebrated couple of camp Half blood were all set to leave camp and travel to New Rome to have a peaceful life. But as luck would have it, the fates once again had another plan for him. An alarm sounded, and Zeus' voices radiated through the camp.
"The Sea mourns the loss of its Prince. All are invited tomorrow at dawn to the funeral of the Prince of the sea and the heir of Poseidon, Commander of the Poseidon army - Triton, who departed us, victim to a horrible and nightmarish murder."
When Percy's universe turns upside down after an execution order against him, he knows he can't outrun all the Gods. Why did he kill his own brother? Could just an insult on someone push him so much? Did he even kill him? If not why would he confess to it? If he did, how did he manage to kill an immortal? Or is there more to the story than it seems? Find out only in "Percy Jackson : Depraved or Deplorable?"
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Won 2nd Place in Blue Rose Awards August 2017 edition.
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