The Lost Hero

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Penguin Books, Limited, 2010 - Fantasy fiction - 557 pages
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When Jason, Piper and Leo crash-land at Camp Half-Blood, they have no idea what to expect. Apparently this is the only safe place for children of the Greek gods - despite the monsters roaming the woods and demigods practising archery with flaming arrows and explosives.
But rumours of a terrible curse - and a missing hero - are flying around camp.
It seems Jason, Piper and Leo are the chosen oneswho must embark on a terrifying new quest, whichmust be completed by the winter solstice. In just four days' time.
Can the trio succeed on this deadly mission - and what must they sacrifice in order to survive?

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Review: The Lost Hero (The Heroes of Olympus #1)

User Review  - Kim Gray - Goodreads

I liked Percy Jackson okay. It was a great premise for a story, but the writing left a bit to be desired. However, these books were much more clever, and much better written. Rick Riordan absolutely ... Read full review

Review: The Lost Hero (The Heroes of Olympus #1)

User Review  - Karla Rojas - Goodreads

This book was beautifully written and easy to comprehend. Once again, Rick Riordan created an exciting book full of adventures and plot twists! I'm not much of a fantasy book, however, this is an exception. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Rick Riordan is an award-winning mystery writer. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, with his wife and two sons. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, Rick's first novel featuring the heroic young demigod, was the overall winner of the Red House Children's Book Award in 2006.

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