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The Lost Hero (The Heroes of Olympus, Book 1) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 577 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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|Age Level: 10 - 14|
|Grade Level: 5 - 9|
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As for if I would recommend this book, I'd say it's worth a try. :-)
Jason the main character in the book wakes up on a school bus filled with delinquent kids that are going on a field trip to an historical site. He Makes friends with Piper and leo, who think they have been friends for months. Here on the field trip he has his very first fight that doesn’t end so well. He then finds camp halfblood, a camp for greek demigods, and goes on a quest where is most likely to die. But the entire time piper has a big secret that either kills her or her best friends. Loe also has a big secret that is a bad omen, which means he is more than likely going to be the cause of many deaths. Battle after battle the three try to succeed on their quest. Until the final battle where they are sure to lose and fail saving the world.
I started reading the book because I loved the percy jackson series. I had only one doubt about the book. I didn’t like how they had new character. I thought that the entire book was going to be horrible. But in the end I liked it just the same. I liked how it brought in new characters and used most of the characters in the Percy Jackson series. It was one of the best books I have ever read. Almost every time I stopped to do something else I couldn’t wait to read more. This is one of the series I recommend. You definitely need to get this book. Written by Camden, 7th grade
Well, maybe a little of both reasons, perhaps, time .... and bridging of worlds & traditions .... being reasons why 4*, rather than 5*, for me.
Interesting, the themes of families divided, resonating throughout the book.
(Will add lists of gods and other immortals prominent in the book, later)