Dulcinea’s Review of The Lost Hero (Heroes of Olympus #1) by Rick Riordan


The story “The Lost Hero” is a great, violent, and Greek story about three demigods. These three demigods are on a quest to find Percy and save Hera goddess of marriage. Sadly they fail to find Percy, but defeat Enceladus, and save Hera and send Pypherion back to the underworld. Piper McLean’s father (Tristan Mclean) is kept captive as a prisoner for Enceladus and half dead when saved by his daughter. Mount Olympus has mysteriously gone silent by Zeus and nobody knows why. They attempt to get Gaia to go back to sleep for a little time to make a plan. Leo Valdez a son of Hephaestus is against Hera since she once tried to kill him. Hephaestus tells Leo that all of his inventions have been very good and tells him to move one step ahead. Jason Grace son of Zeus loses his memory and saves Hera to get back his memory so that he knows how to succeed in defeating the giants and closing the doors of death. This book ends mysteriously.

I enjoyed the book because there were monsters like Venti, a metal engined cyclops and giants. It was a long book but I finished it last night and enjoyed it because it is still a mystery how Percy Jackson went missing. Even though it was really long, I liked it a lot and can’t wait to read the next one.


7 responses to “Dulcinea’s Review of The Lost Hero (Heroes of Olympus #1) by Rick Riordan

  1. Hi Dulcinea. This is your abuelito. Since they didn’t find Percy, what do you think the next book will be about?

  2. Loved your review. I agree this book is definitely a page turner. Fiction tied in with some historical myth. A good read for any age ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Great job, Dulcinea! Keep reading! It makes you even smarter! ๐Ÿ™‚ I love a good mysterious ending, so I will need to read this! ๐Ÿ™‚

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