The Lost Hero
Publish date: October 6th 2011
Publisher: Puffin Books
Pages no: 551
Edition language: English
Series: The Heroes of Olympus (#1)
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 goo...
Well well well. I was not expecting to enjoy this so damn much Alrighty, new characters! I loved all of them so much. Leo was a riot, Piper was badass as hell, and the mystery surrounding Jason was interesting. Jason himself wasn't the best, but he was nice. In addition to new characters, the char...
Is Percy back? Back to my favourite old series (well not old – but I did like the original series that I read earlier in the year). However, this series begins completely different. Don’t read further into this paragraph if you don’t want to be spoilt. Instead of Percy Jackson being the main charact...
Like others I enjoyed Riordan's Percy Jackson books as well as the Kane Chronicles. So I waited around for this series to finish and decided to buy the first one on a whim. More Camp Half-Blood? Wooohoo! Unfortunately, the book is too long and could have seriously used better.more editing. The set...
The Lost Hero is the first book in The Heroes of Olympus Series - a spinoff of Percy Jackson and the Olympians. I think that the main reason that I didn't jump into these straight after I finished with Percy Jackson and the gang was because I knew that we were getting a host of all-new characters he...
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