The UnknownOne of a child of Athena's worst enemies was the "unknown", and it was something they worked tirelessly to defeat. Most unknown variables could be eliminated easily; through simple equations and mathematical calculations almost always a solution could be found.The Unknown3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
But Percy's disappearance was another thing entirely.
Annabeth had experience with more difficult equations, and yes they did take longer to solve, but in the end she always found the right answer--the only solution that completed the problem. She always had data to work with, however, something to start with or go off of. You could not find something without first knowing where to start, any rational person understood that.
For the first time in her life, Annabeth Chase had nowhere to begin.
The largest problem with her boyfriend's disappearance was not where he was located; she in fact had some idea of where he was. Nor was it if he remembered her, because none of those would matter if the most relevant were not true. No, the