by Kinley Oliver
Calling all you bookworms. Today it’s book talk time. One warning: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS TO HARRY POTTER, PERCY JACKSON, AND KEEPER OF THE LOST CITIES. SO PLEASE LEAVE IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS. (If you have read one of them and want to read the paragraph about it here's the numbers: Percy Jackson is paragraph 2, Harry Potter- 3,4,5 and Keeper of the Lost Cities- 6,7,8,9.) Okay now that we got that over with… let’s talk books.
WARNING: THIS MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS TO HARRY POTTER, PERCY JACKSON, AND KEEPER OF THE LOST CITIES.
Where to start? There are so many amazing books out there but we’ll narrow it down. So today us bookworms are going to talk about Keeper of the Lost Cities, Harry Potter and Percy Jackson. If you like theories and data proving who the best couple is, you're in the right place.
So let’s start with Percy Jackson. We all know that Annabeth and Percy are a match made in Olympius. But let’s not gross the boys out of their minds. So the real question for this marvelous book is: are there any more children of the main three gods? I mean, they clearly don’t care about the rules if all three broke them, so why not do it again? One point we have against this is that they probably didn’t want to risk increasing the chance of getting caught, sooooo the chances are that they probably don’t. But surely they all had a Plan B for if they did get caught.
Alright all you Harry Potter geeks let’s talk theories. The series is full of them, so where to start? Okay, not to blow anybody minds out of their heads but, what if the muggles and wizards had a war and the muggles won? No it can’t be! But yes.
This theory starts as a question: Why are the wizards hiding themselves from the muggles? Surely to “protect” them right? But what if not? What if the wizards are really just a bunch of really embarrassed people? They had a battle and the muggles won the war, and the wizarders were just like, “Nope, were out of here,” I mean we know they have memory erasing rain, so all they’d have to do is break out the rain and then hide their existence.
More head explosions, so brace yourself. Is JK Rowling writing about….herself? One theorist has taken it a step further and suggested that Rowling actually is Rita Skeeter in real life, spilling all of these well-documented details about the wizarding world to us no-maj types as a means of getting revenge against those who shunned her from the other side. Skeeter was an unregistered animagus,
so is Rowling really just Skeeter?
Now it’s time for Keeper of the Lost Cities. After emailing our school librarian, Ms. Pigott, and asking what the most checked out book at our school’s library was, the results came back as Keeper of the Lost Cities book one taking the lead. So let Keefe and Fitz’s battle begin.
I decided to get to the top of this so I asked a group of people who they think Sophie should be with. Six out of eight people said that they want Keefe to be with Sophie and the other two just said that whoever Sophie wants, they want. So technically no one picked Fitz. I mean after Legacy….that’s fair.
So theory time. Who is Sophie’s dad? We already know who her mother is but who is her father? Here’s our options: Elwin, he has always been pretty invested in her as a patient, but technically that is his job. But in book 8.5 he says something along the lines of, “my little girl is growing up so fast,” sounds like something a dad would say. The next option is Tiergan. He and Sophie are much alike. Tiergan has blonde hair-which technically Oralie has blonde hair too so that is all Sophie would need to have blonde hair- but Tiergan and her do act alike. They both try to blend into the background, plus in book six Tiergan does admit he has a big secret after they find out Forkle is-was a twin.
Thanks for reading this article about some of the best books of all time! And I hope you enjoyed reading and theorizing!