Having finally finished The Heroes of Olympus, here is the series in review!
The Blood of Olympus (The Heroes of Olympus #5) Author: Rick Riordan The time has finally come for the seven demigods to stand against Gaea, goddess of the Earth. Stopping her will take bravery, teamwork, and in the end, sacrifice.
The House of Hades (The Heroes of Olympus #4) Author: Rick Riordan Dangers are abound for the seven demigods of a great prophecy to stop Gaea, mother nature, from rising from her slumber. With two in Tartarus and the others struggling to keep themselves together, they must reach the Doors of Death to finally stop monsters from pouring out of the Underworld.
The Mark of Athena (The Heroes of Olympus #3) Author: Rick Riordan Annabeth and six other demigods set off to rescue a dear friend, but a mission by Athena sends Annabeth on a separate mission that may stop a war between Camp Half-Blood and Camp Jupiter or it may mean her death.
The Son of Neptune (The Heroes of Olympus #2) Author: Rick Riordan Three demigods come together to help fulfill a prophecy of dangerous proportions, but first must free Death so he can restore order to the dying.
The Lost Hero (The Heroes of Olympus #1) Author: Rick Riordan Jason has no memories. Piper has a deadly secret. Leo has just what they'll need when they discover they're demigods.
Go west. Capture Apollo before he can find the next Oracle. With Meg McCaffrey missing after the encounter with Nero, Apollo relies on his other Demigod friends to help him figure out how to save the Oracles, and defeat the Triumvirate and his other enemies since he obviously can't do it alone as a mere mortal teenager. But in Indianapolis he faces another old enemy that threatens the entire city. He'll have to give it all he's got, even if it means talking to an arrow sometimes, in order to save the day. Apollo save the day? Oh boy.
My name is Apollo. I used to be a god. There’s nothing worse than getting punished for something that wasn’t your fault, kind of not your fault. Zeus casts the god of poetry, music, and prophecy down from Olympus as punishment. Apollo crawls out of a dumpster to discover he’s no longer a god. What’s worse? He’s a teenager named Lester Papadopoulos with acne and *shiver* flab! He seeks to get this dreadful and mortal punishment over and done with so he goes to the one place that may make that possible. Camp Half-Blood. There are problems about and it's up to him-he wish it wasn't because the demigods should be the ones dealing with it, not a god of such awesome and gorgeous proportions-to deal with it and save the camp. With none of his godly powers how will he do that?