Heroes of Olympus Collection 5 Books Set

Heroes of Olympus Collection Books Set The House of Hades is the fourth book in the bestselling Heroes of Olympus series set in the action packed world of Percy Jackson The stakes have never been higher If Percy Jackson and Annabeth fail

  • Title: Heroes of Olympus Collection 5 Books Set
  • Author: Rick Riordan
  • ISBN: 3200328533
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Paperback
  • The House of Hades is the fourth book in the bestselling Heroes of Olympus series, set in the action packed world of Percy Jackson The stakes have never been higher If Percy Jackson and Annabeth fail in their quest, there ll be hell on Earth Literally Wandering the deadly realm of Tartarus, every step leads them further into danger And, if by some miracle they do makeThe House of Hades is the fourth book in the bestselling Heroes of Olympus series, set in the action packed world of Percy Jackson The stakes have never been higher If Percy Jackson and Annabeth fail in their quest, there ll be hell on Earth Literally Wandering the deadly realm of Tartarus, every step leads them further into danger And, if by some miracle they do make it to the Doors of Death, there s a legion of bloodthirsty monsters waiting for them Meanwhile, Hazel and the crew of the Argo II have a choice to stop a war or save their friends Whichever road they take one thing is certain in the Underworld, evil is inescapable The Lost Hero 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 ones to embark on a terrifying new quest, which they must complete 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 The Son of Neptune Percy Jackson, son of Poseidon, God of the Sea, has woken from a very deep sleep and come face to face with two snake haired ladies who refuse to die The Mark of Athena Can Percy Jackson and the Half blood Heroes succeed on their quest to find The Doors of Death or will the Greek Gods of chaos win their battle to stop them Percy and his fellow demi gods face the most important quest of all the Prophecy of Seven The Demigod Diaries Percy Jackson and Annabeth must rescue stolen goods from a fire breathing giant who doesn t take kindly to intruders.

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    1. Percy Jackson fue mi saga de la adolescencia, me encantó como ninguna otra ficción. Aunque si leyese ahora estos libros no sé si quiera si me gustaría, probé hace poco a leer otra saga de Rick Riordan y la verdad es que a los pocos capítulos abandoné el primero libro. También es cierto que la mitología griega es mi favorita y el resto me interesan menos.

    2. After Percy Jackson and the Olympians, we came to the next series. For my small children, I have some of the same regrets with letting them read it/reading it to them -- the romance, the language, the violence. Also, one of the main characters turns out to be gay. When reading with small children, it's nice to know going in, I think. Speaking of that, I thought it was interesting that Rick Riordan clearly gave priority to diversity. The main characters are five white kids (one of whom is gay), o [...]

    3. I give this entire series a 5/5 because, in short, it was awesome. I first read this series a year or two ago, and I liked it; it was good, but for some reason I always remembered it as, like, it was good when I was fourteen, and that it was slightly childish. My prior notions about this series just disintegrated. Completely untrue. I just reread this series (because I was in a mood and wanted to) and I loved it. I loved it more than I did the first time I read this series. Somehow, this series [...]

    4. This series is one of the best I've read by far, after reading Percy Jackson it's nice to have new characters introduced in the same magical universe, while also bringing back the characters fans have fallen in love with. Another thing I enjoy about this book is the diversity. A mixture of genders, sexualities, and races is great for children to learn at a younger age instead of reading solely about white, straight, male heroes, who are usually who I find to be the main character in YA novels.

    5. This series is my absolute favorite of all time! It has everything, comedy, action, romance and characters beyond my imagination. Rich Riordan is a god at writing and everything he touches becomes gold. These books simply cannot be unread by anybody. Once you start you will find that nothing will make you able to put down those books because something is always happening.

    6. I love how Rick (with help) made an another PJ series. I was excited when I found out there was a second series in the Percy Jackson line. Mom got me Heroes of Olympus for Christmas of 2017, and I believe I finished another series I was working on first, then went to work on Heroes.

    7. I read this series a while ago, but it’s absolutely a good read. It’s action packed; combining Greek gods, half bloods and monsters with the modern world. Percy and his friends take on quests and fight monsters and they must save the world before time runs out.

    8. I currently finished "The Mark of Athena", and I think that is is Riordan's best so far. Can't wait to read the next one!

    9. I love all the misunderstanding you get at the beginning at the book because you don't know much of the things which happen. The happenings of the story really are unpredictable.

    10. 5 out of 5 Heroic StarsTHERE ARE SPOILERS FOR THE PERCY JACKSON AND THE OLYMPIAN SERIES HERE. IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THOSE BOOKS YET, STOP READING MY REVIEW AND START READING THE LIGHTNING THIEF!!!Ohmygosh, this series is freaking awesome! I love the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, and the premise for this new series, The Heroes of Olympus, kind of worried me a bit, which is why I'm behind on reading. Which actually worked out for me, cause I got to read the whole series without having to w [...]

    11. The Books:The Lost HeroThe Son of NeptuneThe Mark of AthenaThe House of HadesThe Blood of OlympusThe Characters:Jason Grace- How do I say this without getting everyone to hate me? I honestly don't really like Jason. I mean I guess he's a cool dude and all, but he kind of got on my nerves sometimes.Piper McLean- Piper is pretty cool. I like her more than Jason, but she also sometimes gets on my nerves. She deserves appreciation for everything that she's done because she's done plenty of great thi [...]

    12. ****THERE WILL BE SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW. DO NOT READ BEYOND THIS POINT IF YOU ARE GONNA WHINE ABOUT SPOILERS!!*****Side note: This review will be all over the place so enjoy that!*Okay I am putting my review here for the whole set because I don't want to try to do ive different reviews and not give upcoming books away, so here I go: to start off I LOVED this set. At first I was weary of it and wasn't a fan. By the end of the 2nd book I was changing my views. It was the fact that RR kept changi [...]

    13. When I started reading the first book, I was thrown off by the fact that it wasn't about Percy. It felt a little weird to be following around a random guy named Jason and have no clue what's going on with the hero you've spent the last five books building a relationship with. But that was exactly the point, and it worked out great. I liked the emotions and that confusion came through so well, the fact that no one really knew what was going on; it made it feel like we were on this journey togethe [...]

    14. A brand new series of demigods!!! It has been a long time since the last time we finish Percy Jackson series, do you re-read it? I did it many time. But for this series…I’m not sure if I’ll re-read it that much. Don't get me wrong, it's still a great series, just like every other Rick Riordan's books. It goes on a fast pace, stories after stories. And also well organized, there's hardly any plot problems in it. But if I compared this series with Percy Jackson Series, I just sayPercy Jackso [...]

    15. Another great series by Rick Riordan, a phenomenal story is created when Rick comes up with the idea of combining greek and roman demigods. Although the first and second and third and pretty much all of the books are a little teeth-grinding, it is still a good read. Riordan never leaves the reader satisfied until the very end. In their journey, there are many plot twists, such as Nico being ___, and Leo _____. Overall, Riordan keeps it fresh and manages to captivate his readers all the while. Ma [...]

    16. It was a good series, but I didn't like it as much as the first Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. As a whole series, not bad, but not my favorite. There was a lot of aspects I had mixed feelings about:1) Character Development - yes, lots of growth, but sometimes too "whiny teen", often too spelled out ("such and such had changed so much over the past year".)2) Diversity - yes, great to have ethnic diversity, and even included a gay character, but at the same time, it felt 'forced'-one of e [...]

    17. "The Lost Hero" By Mirja Rebaum"The Lost Hero" is the 1st book from the second series of Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and is another story about the Greek/Roman gods and goddesses, and their children, by the world-famous author, Rick Riordan. I read this book because I loved the first series, and wanted to read more about the characters, that starred in the first series. In the end I really LOVED this book, because of it’s wonderful explanations, that brought beautiful images to my head. I [...]

    18. I really liked the Heroes of Olympus series, but I don't think it is as good as the original Percy Jackson books. I loved the first two books, The Lost Hero and the Son of Neptune, but I felt like the books lost their way a little bit during The Mark of Athena and The House of Hades. I think this is a function of the fact that there were so many characters to keep track of. Moreover, I guess I found the books challenging because there were characters that I liked more than others so I preferred [...]

    19. I really enjoyed this series. I'm kind of sad that the series has quite possibly come to an end. Each character from the Percy Jackson series to the Heroes of Olympus has grown on me and realizing that there are no more adventures for me to tag along as they race to see the world over and over again, makes me miss the series even more. But, I am so happy that each hero ended up with a happy new journey after the final battle. I don't want to say happy ending because the ending is open that there [...]

    20. I liked this series more than I liked the original. Maybe because the characters were older in this. I loved the blend of Greek and Roman myth and how Athena loses herself in Roman culture. I liked a lot of the new characters, especially Reyna and the s (who run , lol).I also loved contrast between Jason and Percy, Jason being the more traditional hero and Percy being the unconventional goofball who gets lucky. Nico's coming out was a surprise, but I did like how Jason handled. I thought he was [...]

    21. 4.4 stars! Another great series by Rick Riordan! A great plot where Greek and Roman mythology intertwine. I loved the strong new characters as well as the familiar characters from the Percy Jackson series. The stories are told from each characters point of view which I thought was great and much more easier to understand what the characters are feeling. An unforgettable journey filled with action, romance and adventure that is definitely for fans of Rick Riordan.

    22. I think Riordan lost control of the story about halfway through the series: he tried to fit too much in and it turned chaotic. And I question the wisdom of ending the series with the franchise character sidelined and a bland sidekick elevated to main character status.

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