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Medusa
used in The Sea of Monsters

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Definition
Greek mythology:  a woman with snakes for hair and the ability to turn people to stone if they looked at her
  • Anyway, my name-sake, Perseus, had saved her just in time and turned the sea monster to stone using the head of Medusa.
    Chapter 8 (35% in)
  • It was silver and bronze, with the monstrous face of Medusa protruding from the center.
    Chapter 13 (30% in)
  • I ran down corri-dors littered with bones, past rooms full of sheepskin rugs and life-size cement sheep that I recognized as the work of Medusa.
    Chapter 14 (91% in)

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