The Demigods

Matt finds out that he is a demigod. This puts him in serious danger. He has lived with his mother Anne for his whole life. Matt has never been allowed outside of the safety of his house for a long time, except for school, but when he finds out the truth, his whole life is put in danger...

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7. Chapter 7-I meet Andrea

*Matt's P.O.V.*                                                                                            As I got out, I examined the camp. I saw some kids crafting things, some kids running around chasing each other, and some other kids playing practical jokes on people. It seemed like one big happy home. A tall girl walked up to me and said "Oooooooh, it's a new kid! What cabin are you in, punk?" "Poseidon," I said in a small voice. "You must like water, don't you?" "Yeah, I guess..." "Good, I have something nice for kids who like water." She threw me over her back. I struggled to get out of her grasp. I repeatedly hit her in the back, but she remained strong. She threw me into the bathroom, (And yes, the girl's bathroom.) And she dunked my head into the sink, attempting to drown me. I smirked, knowing that I could breathe underwater, being Poseidon's son. I pushed the girl out of the bathroom, and she threw me against the wall. The force knocked the air out of my lungs, and I screamed for help. Rachel must've heard me, because she came running towards me, and she yelled, sending an arc of lightning towards the girl. She had a quick response, because she got out of the way the second the lightning hit the wall. It left a mark on the wall, and Rachel shoved the girl to the floor. She got up and quickly walked away, cursing under her breath. "What just happened?" I asked Rachel. "That was Andrea. She bullies all the kids in the camp." said Rachel. "She's obviously gonna get me back for nearly barbecuing her face off, but I dont care." "Come on, let me show you my cabin."

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