Lost Hero

Rick Riordan’s latest novel Lost Hero is a new generation of demigods who are ready to set out and fulfill their prophecies.  It isn’t absolutely necessary for you to have read the Percy Jackson series, but highly recommended.  This story introduces us to three new characters, Jason a son of Jupiter, Leo a son of Hephaestus, and Piper a daughter of Aphrodite.

Jason wakes up in a bus with no memories, except that he must rescue Hera before the solstice.  But for some reason, this girl, Piper, is convinced that they are dating (you would think he would remember that).  Not to mention, his best friend,evidently, is some guy named Leo.  The bus takes the three to Camp Half-Blood, but soon they are off to find Hera.  Riordan once again creates strong characters who learn to grow into themselves.  For instants, Piper realizes that it isn’t the worst thing in the world to be a daughter of Aphrodite, and Leo finds that his mechanical skills aren’t as bad as he once thought.  The interactions between Jason and Piper are also entertaining to read since their memories don’t exactly match up.  This new series will give readers a whole new perspective since we will not only be reading about Greek gods, but also Roman gods.  It should be fun to read about the differences between the sons of Zeus and the sons of Jupiter.  If you are feeling a bit blue from finishing the Percy Jackson series, you will be happy to know that Riordan has more demigods who are out to complete their quests and give us readers a great adventure to follow.

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