The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan
Reviewed By: C.R.
Jason is suddenly on a bus not knowing what is going on. He finds out that he is going to the Grand Canyon and is at a school for troublesome children. Little does he know that he is going to fight Storm Spirits. After that little journey he finds out that he is the son of Zeus(Jupiter)and that his memories were taken away from him by the Goddess Hera(Juno). Now he is on a quest to save Hera from Tatarus and prevent Porphryion from rising. Can a Son of Zeus(Jupiter), Daughter of Aphrodite(Venus) and Son of Hephaestus(Vulcan) save The Olympians from Tatarus??
Why I Picked it Up:I read the whole Percy Jackson series and I loved it so I thought that the sequel will be even better.
Why I Finished It: I just couldn't stop reading this book. This book was absolutely amazing and I wanted to find out what was going to happen.
I’d Give this Book To: I would recommend this book to people that enjoy reading a story with fantasy. Also people who enjoy reading about Greek and Roman Mythology.
**Librarian Side Note** This review got it just right! Fans of Percy Jackson, just in case you haven't started reading this yet...DO SO RIGHT NOW!!! This series was just as good as Percy Jackson, and just as interesting as the Kane Chronicles (Egyptian Gods, anyone???). We have copies galore of Riordan's books, both in Youth Services, the Teen Area, and even dowloadable ebooks and eaudiobooks! So what are you waiting for??? Check them out today!