The Lost Hero

Now is when things start to rise, as we’re entering the another rising point, the great prophecy. Apparently Jason and 2 others must seek out Hera, and rescue her, wherever she is. I actually enjoyed this part, the entire campfire scene was definitely well written, you could actually just imagine you were actually sitting in the separate cabin tables, listening to the conversation between Jason, Leo, Piper, Rachel and etc… And i feel like that is the goal for the author, to immerse you into the books, and what is going around inside them. Apparently however, they had no transportation, this opened another plot for Leo. Remember that mechanical dragon? Remember Leo able to withstand fire? A good bit of foreshadowing was shared earlier for this little point. Leo decided to find this dragon who was hiding in the capture the flag playground. This was another one of those flesh Leo out moments, but in all honesty it was not that bad, at least compared to that tedious intro to the Hephaestus Cabin, it just felt right and it showed us Leo’s personality a bit more by showing that he did not handle the situation violently. This Jason part however, is quite weird. It all started with a vision of Lupa a mother wolf, that has raised Jason… I just thought that this part was quite out of place, just all of a sudden he gets a vision of a wolf that has raised him, it just does not sound right.

Chapter 10-15 response.


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