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Jason, Piper, and Leo are best friends and they attend the Wilderness School. They all have a problem. Jason wakes up on a bus full of kids going on a field trip and doesn’t remember anything. Apparently he has a girlfriend named Piper and his best friend is a guy named Leo. Piper’s father, a famous actor, has gone missing. She keeps having dreams about his being in trouble but doesn’t understand them. She doesn’t know why her boyfriend doesn’t recognize her either. Leo has a way with tools and feels right at home when he sees his cabin at Camp Half-Blood full of power tools and machines. He keeps seeing ghosts and hearing about a ghost. The three have to work together to figure everything out and the to save the world as we know it.

What I liked:

I absolutely loved this book! It was fast-paced, full of action, and suspense. The book is the first in a new story about the demigods and Greek Gods. It continues the events after Percy Jackson and the Olympians but follows the story of Jason, Leo, and Piper. Rick Riordan did an extraordinary job on this book and it’s definitely his best so far. The fights are written very well. They keep you reading, page after page. It also really impresses me how far he has went into understanding Greek Mythology. So not only is it a great book, but you’ll learn some Greek Mythology as well. I would give this a five out of five. A must read, although I highly suggest you read the Percy Jacksons first

One Response to “The Heroes of Olympus; Book One: The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan”

  1. rury

    I really like the way you write posts.

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