Who was the most powerful demigod?

The missing demigod / Heroes of Olympus Vol.1

My opinion:
I'm a huge fan of the Percy Jackson range. So of course I have to read the spin-off series. To be honest, my expectations of the book weren't low.
In my opinion, you can read this series even if you are not familiar with the Percy Jackson series. Nevertheless, I recommend this to you, because you won't go wrong with the Percy series and you will definitely not be spoiled, because the Heroes of Olympus series is lagging behind in terms of time.
The book is written from three perspectives: from the perspective of Jason, Piper and Leo, always in the third person. The name is at the beginning of the chapter and the name is also at the top of the remaining pages.
I liked the beginning of the story. It was such a "coming home". Because the beginning ... more

My opinion:
I'm a huge fan of the Percy Jackson range. So of course I have to read the spin-off series. To be honest, my expectations of the book weren't low.
In my opinion, you can read this series even if you are not familiar with the Percy Jackson series. Nevertheless, I recommend this to you, because you won't go wrong with the Percy series and you will definitely not be spoiled, because the Heroes of Olympus series is lagging behind.
The book is written from three perspectives: from the perspective of Jason, Piper and Leo, always in the third person. The name is at the beginning of the chapter and the name is also at the top of the remaining pages.
I liked the beginning of the story. It was such a "coming home". Because the beginning is similar to the structure of the Percy Jackson books. You first get to know the 3 characters and then the big question arises who the parents are.
Unfortunately, this feeling ended relatively quickly. Unfortunately, I couldn't get carried away with the book. I didn't feel the need to continue reading straight away, I didn't think it was a problem if I had a few days off.
That was mainly due to the characters. I especially had my problems with Piper. Some of the things she said and thought really annoyed me.
I especially liked Leo. I got along with him best and he acted understandably for me.
What I particularly liked about this book is that the author Rick Riordan has proven again how well he can incorporate Greek mythology into a book for young people. The author brings in a lot of stories and also a lot of characters. A glossary can be found at the back for better orientation.
The ending makes you super curious about the second part, which I will read soon.

Conclusion:
The first part of the Heroes of Olympus series "The Disappeared Demigod" is an average book for me. Rick Riordan has shown again how well he can incorporate Greek mythology into books. Unfortunately, the book didn't get me carried away, which was probably also due to my high expectations. Fans of Percy Jackson should check out the book anyway.