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Percy Jackson’s Greek Heroes is a collection of stories from Greek mythology told from the point of view of Percy Jackson.


This book was revealed at The Blood of Olympus tour event as a sequel to Percy Jackson's Greek Gods. Later on October 14, Rick Riordan announced the book's cover and its release date, August 18, 2015, on social media.[1]


Who cut off Medusa's head? Who was raised by a she-bear? Who tamed Pegasus? It takes a demigod to know, and Percy Jackson can fill you in on all the daring deeds of Perseus, Atalanta, Bellerophon, and the rest of the major Greek heroes. Told in the funny, irreverent style readers have come to expect from Percy, (I've had some bad experiences in my time, but the heroes I'm going to tell you about were the original old school hard luck cases. They boldly screwed up where no one had screwed up before. . .) and enhanced with vibrant artwork by Caldecott Honoree John Rocco, this story collection will become the new must-have classic for Rick Riordan's legions of devoted fans--and for anyone who needs a hero. So get your flaming spear. Put on your lion skin cape. Polish your shield and make sure you've got arrows in your quiver. We're going back about four thousand years to decapitate monsters, save some kingdoms, shoot a few gods in the butt, raid the Underworld, and steal loot from evil people. Then, for dessert, we'll die painful tragic deaths. Ready? Sweet. Let's do this.


Chapter List

  1. Introduction
  2. Perseus Wants a Hug
  3. Psyche Ninjas a Box of Beauty Cream
  4. Phaethon Fails Driver's Ed
  5. Otrera Invents the Amazons (With Free Two-Day Shipping!)
  6. Daedalus Invents Pretty Much Everything Else
  7. Theseus Slays the Mighty- Oh, Look! A Bunny Rabbit!
  8. Atalanta vs. Three Pieces of Fruit: the Ultimate Death Match
  9. Whatever It Is, Bellerophon Didn't Do It
  10. Cyrene Punches a Lion (No Actual Lions Were Harmed in the Making of This Myth)
  11. Orpheus Takes a Solo
  12. Hercules Does Twelve Stupid Things
  13. Jason Finds a Rug that Really Ties the Kingdom Together
  14. Afterword
  15. List of Illustrations
  16. Index


  • The cover of the book features the Argo (top), Hercules (top left), Atalanta (bottom left), Perseus (bottom right), Otrera (top right), Percy Jackson (center).
  • In this book it is revealed that after The Blood of Olympus, the Seven Heroes of Olympus have started the tradition of monthly Argo II reunion parties.
  • While narrating the adventures of Theseus in this book, Percy mentions Leo in the present tense, implying that a resurrected Leo had reunited with his friends sometime after the events of The Blood of Olympus and before their first monthly reunion party. However, that would contradict The Hidden Oracle.
  • Despite the large part that Zoe Nightshade played in The Titan's Curse, and being involved in Hercules' 11th task, she is never mentioned in Hercules' chapter. Also, Theseus appeared in The Battle of the Labyrinth but Percy Jackson never mentioned that in this book.
  • Another curious thing to note about the book is that people like Odysseus and Achilles are not among the heroes in it.


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The Heroes of Olympus
Core Series: The Lost Hero | The Son of Neptune | The Mark of Athena | The House of Hades | The Blood of Olympus
Main Characters: Jason Grace | Piper McLean | Leo Valdez | Percy Jackson | Frank Zhang | Hazel Levesque | Annabeth Chase | Reyna Ramírez-Arellano | Nico di Angelo | Gleeson Hedge
Secondary Characters: Hylla Ramírez-Arellano | Dakota | Tyson | Ella | Octavian | Halcyon Green | Dr. Howard Claymore | Alabaster C. Torrington | Lamia | Iapetus/Bob
Minor Characters: Rachel Elizabeth Dare | Grover Underwood | Thalia Grace | Fleecy | Mrs. O'Leary | Kinzie | Arion | Calypso | Lou Ellen Blackstone | Chiron | Will Solace | Tristan McLean | Don | Julia | Jacob | Michael Varus | Burly Black
Olympian Gods: Zeus | Hera | Poseidon | Hades | Ares | Demeter | Athena | Apollo | Artemis | Hephaestus | Aphrodite | Hermes | Dionysus
Minor Gods: Achelous | Aeolus | Asclepius | Boreas | Eurus | Enyo | Hecate | Iris | Hypnos | Keto | Khione | Kymopoleia | Mithras | Nemesis | Nike | Notus | Phorcys | Serapis | Thanatos | Triptolemus | Zephyros
Roman Gods: Jupiter | Juno | Neptune | Pluto | Mars | Minerva | Ceres | Lupa | Bellona | Fortuna | Janus | Terminus | Vulcan | Mercury | Apollo (Roman) | Diana | Venus | Bacchus | Pomona | Aquilon | Hercules | Cupid | Auster | Favonius | Letus | Victoria | Orcus
Giants: Enceladus | Porphyrion | Alcyoneus | Polybotes | Ephialtes | Otis | Damasen | Clytius | Mimas | Orion | Hippolytus | Thoon | Periboia
Undead: Medea | Midas | Lityerses | Gray | Phineas | Otrera | Echo | Narcissus | Sciron | Pasiphaë
Primordial Gods: Gaea | Tartarus | Ourae | Nyx | Chaos | Ouranos | Akhlys | Erebos | Hemera | Elpis | Spes
Monsters and Magical Creatures: Cynocephali | Gorgon | Gryphon | Harpy | Basilisk | Lycanthrope | Gegeines | Cyclops | Katobleps | Unicorn | Giant Eagle | Ichthyocentaur | Satyr/Faun | Storm Spirit | Laistrygonian Giant | Lares
Related Content: Rick Riordan | Haley Riordan | Percy Jackson and the Olympians | The Ultimate Guide | The Demigod Files | The Demigod Diaries | The Son of Sobek | The Singer of Apollo | The Staff of Serapis | Percy Jackson's Greek Gods | Percy Jackson's Greek Heroes | The Crown of Ptolemy | Demigods & Magicians | Demigods of Olympus | Percy Jackson Demigod Collection
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