Odysseus and his men land at the island of Aeolus where he let them stay for a month and got two parting gifts, his crew opened one and they were sent back to the island, then Odysseus stopped at Laestrygones where fierce cannibals attacked them and only his ship and 45 of his men survived.
The Land of the Dead
When Odysseus was going to save his men from the enchantress, he meets Hermes, the god, who gives him a magical plant called moly that protects him from the powers of Circe. Circe gives Odysseus a drink that does not affect him because of the plant
Sirens, Scylla, Charybdis
Soon after Odysseus landed on the island of Ogygia, Odysseus met the minor goddess and nymph, Calypso. Calypso soon fell madly in love with Odysseus, and she forced the traveler to remain of the island as her husband and hostage. Odysseus spent seven years on the island as Calypso's captive.
Odysseus and his crew arrive to the land of the dead where they run into Elpenor. Elpenor asked Odysseus to help bury him and help his soul rest. Odysseus found many other spirits which he ignored until he found Tiresias. With Odysseus's blood he tells Odysseus what would happen if he disobeyed his advice.
Odysseus returns to Aeaea, where he buries Elpenor and spends one last night with Circe. They approach the island of the lovely Sirens, and Odysseus, as instructed by Circe, plugs his men’s ears and has them bind him to the mast of the ship. He alone hears their song flowing forth from the island, promising to reveal the future. The Sirens’ song is so seductive that Odysseus begs to be released from his fetters.
Circe sends Odysseus to the under world to speak to Teriresias. He tells Odysseus that he will make its to the island of Thrinacia, where the sun god keeps his cattle. He tells Odysseus that if no one eats the cattle they will make its home safely but after the storm food ran out and Eurylochos shows up and tells the crew to eat the cattle and once Odysseus wakes up the cattle are eaten.