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text 2018-04-12 02:14
The Lost Hero - Rick Riordan,Joshua Swanson

Rick Riordan has another great book about Greek gods and demigods? Yes he does, and it is called The Lost Hero. The Lost Hero is a young adult fiction book, which is my favorite genre. It is my favorite genre because books in this genre use strong vocabulary. I choose to read a book by Rick Riordan because many of his other books have been very good. One recent title that I have read is Flush by Carl Hiassen. This book is about how Catherine struggles to get through life as her younger brother, David, gets in the way. David has autism and doesn't understand when not to do things. This frustrates Catherine but throughout the book she works through it. I  recommend this book if you are looking for a short, yet entertaining, book. I choose to read The Lost Hero because I have heard many good reviews about it. Currently I am just a little bit into this lengthy book but it is good so far. I know that Jason, the main character, forgets everything about himself and where he is at. He wakes up on a bus holding some girls hand who he has never seen before. But he tries to fit in until a fight breaks out. Jason ends up saving someone from falling off a cliff and beating up two other people who he has never seen before. Oh, and Jason also has a magic coin that turns into a sword.  Rick Riordan's style is very live and energetic. In the first two chapters there is lots of action. It is a little early in the novel to make any predictions  but the plot is developing pretty quickly. One passage that stands out is when Jason first wakes up. He is completely lost and has no idea whats going on. I think we can all relate to having atleast one moment like this. That's about all I have to say about The Lost Hero so  far. But I will keep reading and update you guys soon!

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review 2018-02-09 16:46
The Lost Hero
The Lost Hero - Rick Riordan,Joshua Swanson

I always have a lot of fun with Rick Riordan's books, and this was not different. I'm make a full review of the entire series when I'm done, but for now just know that I'm loving this!

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text 2018-02-06 02:14
Reading progress update: I've read 206 out of 439 pages.
The Lost Hero - Rick Riordan,Joshua Swanson

I know I'm really liking a story when I start searching fanart of the characters.

 

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text 2018-02-01 21:08
Reading progress update: I've read 70 out of 439 pages.
The Lost Hero - Rick Riordan,Joshua Swanson

I loved the original Percy Jackson series when I was a kid. Getting back into the sequel series now is exciting, I hope I still enjoy it.

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2017-07-20 23:11
The Lost Hero
The Lost Hero (Heroes of Olympus, #1) - Rick Riordan

This book was too long. Seriously. Also Rick Riordan obviously never watched Charmed.

 

The references in this book were less obvious than in Percy Jackson and the Olympians but that might just be because I'd read those before and I was coming to this series fresh.

 

Also, this series needs some good Asian characters. Before I started Son of Neptune I actually googled Asian characters of Rick Riordan's because I needed reassurance some were coming... I was not disappointed and that's pretty much the reason I kept with the series. I mean, before Frank the best we had was Annabeth's stepmom who's in the series for all of two seconds.

 

The Lost Hero continues with this whole "too much" makeup/people who wear makeup are shallow/natural beauty is best bs idea. I'm still not a fan of that.

 

But I'm glad Riordan finally addresses the use of "half-blood" in the series (forgot to mention that in my PJO reviews... oops).

 

I also have a lot of thoughts about Piper's dad and his Hollywood career, but they're not organized in my head yet.

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