The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

March 25, 2011
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The Lost Hero is one of his best! Rick Riordan has suc-
cessfully made another great book with adventure and
comedy. This book is a continuation of his previous series
but at the same time it isn’t. His previous series, Percy
Jackson and the Olympians, was written in first person point
of view while The Lost Hero is written in third.

The Lost Hero has three main characters; Jason son
of Zeus, Piper daughter of Aphrodite, and Leo son of
Hephaestus. Because of the way the book is written Riordan
was able to tell everything about each of the characters and
still make you ask questions. By the time I finished the book
about 98% of my questions were answered.

There’s comedy around every corner! Even
though Jason, Leo, and Piper are in terrible situations, the still
make funny remarks. There are also little things that are
funny but are not jokes or funny remarks. They are just the
way things layout.

Even though this book follows the same storyline as
the series before, it’s still different which makes this book
great. The way one series ends and another begins is amazing. This makes the book even better for those who have read the series it continues. If you read the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and then The Lost Hero, it makes both books seem better.

The adventures were thrilling and the jokes were better. The book hooks you from the beginning when it tells you that Jason doesn’t have any memories but everyone knows who he is. You will have to read the rest of the book to find out what happens.

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