Lost Hero

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List Of Characters In The Percy Jackson And The Olympians Series And In The Heroes Of Olympus Series - Mythological Characters
... In The Lost Hero, Lycaon encounters Jason, Leo, and Piper in their search for Aeolus ... He is among the people brought back to life by Gaia in The Lost Hero where his Golden Touch was restored upon him and his son Lityerses emerging from the Doors of Death ... even more than he hates most half-bloods, yet shows favoritism to Clarisse, as when naming her hero when the camp was attacked by Colchis Bulls or when she wins the chariot race and throwing ...
Grover Underwood - Olympians - Minor Gods
... In The Lost Hero, he has gone insane at attempting to fill all the requests of the gods and wants to be recognized as a major god ... Jason, Piper, and Leo seek Boreas in his palace in The Lost Hero ... Heracles/Hercules - The greatest and strongest hero in Greek Mythology who is the son of Zeus ...
Grover Underwood - Demigods
... He first appears in The Lost Hero, where he is considered Camp Half-Blood's best equestrian after Percy ... In The Lost Hero, Annabeth consults him regarding Jason's memory loss ... Drew Tanaka - Drew is the lead counselor of the Aphrodite cabin, succeeding Silena, in The Lost Hero ...
List Of Characters In The Percy Jackson And The Olympians Series And In The Heroes Of Olympus Series - Demigods
... He first appears in The Lost Hero, where he is considered Camp Half-Blood's best equestrian after Percy ... In The Lost Hero, Annabeth consults him regarding Jason's memory loss ... counselor of the Aphrodite cabin, succeeding Silena, in The Lost Hero ...

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