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Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Grade 5–9—The battle starts, literally, with an site Store · site eBooks · Children's eBooks. eBook Editions . Percy Jackson and The Battle of the Labyrinth is the fourth exciting adventure in Rick Riordan's bestselling series. Half Boy. Half God. The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #4) Percy Jackson isn't expecting freshman orientation to be any fun. But when a mysterious.
When I read it, it was like I was Percy jackson doing everything. I couldn't stop reading this book because I was so into it. Seriously if you haven't read this book I highly recommend you to read it.
And if you don't want to just give it a try. Then come back to read this book. It will get you seriously into it. Like I told you before, it will blow your mind.
I hope you give it a try. Read the book please. I'm begging you but if you don't want to that is okay with me. I'm not forcing you to just please, Rick Riordan's book are blowing my mind right now. Also I'm reading the book while I'm texting. You really really really really really really really really really won't regret getting this book.
For the last time I'm begging you. Thank You! I really appreciate it! This book was breath-taking-ly action packed!!! Kronos has come back with the help of Luke.
Now there is threat of invasion in the Camp Half-Blood by the forces of Kronos. Percy and his friends have to go to the Labyrinth, a maze which is full of dangerous monsters and connects every place in the world, to stop them. And also to find the god of wild, Pan, to save Grover's career. Although the na This book was breath-taking-ly action packed!!! Although the narration of Percy became less humorous, I still loved this book. This quest was lead by her. I must admit that the prophecy of this quest wasn't that amazing.
Anyway, I didn't pay much attention to this fact as I was so busy in enjoying this book. In this book, she played a significant role. I am not sure I am satisfied with her role yet. Not that I didn't like her role. But her presence in the book seems a huge coincidence. Anyway, This fact didn't look that bad. It can be ignored. This time it was full of dangers and actions.
I loathed him soo much in the beginning, even though I was very interested in him from the previous book. He was just annoyingly stubborn. But there was explaination on this fact. After that my interest in him had re-developed. He was amazing!
I loved his character.
It was wonderful how he did that. Looking forward to how she will turn out in the next one. But he didn't appear.
Only three person can go on the quest. But here there were four. And all returned safely which is againt the ancient rule according to this book.
Unlike the previous book, in which three returned safely. Overall, I loved this. July 26, As he sets off on a quest through the infamous Labyrinth, the war with Kronos looms ever closer.
I feel like my Percy Jackson reviews are beginning to feel repetitive, because as a whole, this series has really just captivated my heart so much, and there are only so many times I can gush about how much I love these characters, or how hilarious Percy and his friends are. It'll twist your brain around and leave you thinking up is down and right is wrong. He was absolutely hilarious and throws in so many bonus voice changes and accents to really bring the characters to life in a brand new way.
I mean that as a good thing, though, because it means that Labyrinth is still a fun, comforting read with the stakes just high enough to create suspense without ever overshadowing how hilarious and fun the journey is.
Jun 12, Sophie Olson rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was the best book of the series so far. Holy crap. So good.. So good. And let's not mention the kiss. Okay bye. After a week of some truly disappointing reads, I am thoroughly glad to say that Percy Jackson and The Battle of The Labyrinth lived up to my expectations and was utterly engaging.
He also runs into Rachel Elizabeth Dare , the mysterious mortal girl who can see through the mist. The ancient Lord Kronos is slowly reforming, aided by Luke and his unearthly army.
Although the camp members were under the impression that Camp Half-Blood was impenetrable, they soon realize that Luke intends to invade it through one of the exits of the famous underground Labyrinth. Piece o'cake, right? T-ch , you never learn, do you?
Battle of the Labyrinth, The (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 4) (Kobo eBook)
The Labyrinth is supposed to be the only piece of architecture that changes constantly. Even the creator Daedalus himself has no control over it.
Tunnels change, new ones pop up, traps are laid at the most unexpected places and monsters are lurking just around the corner. Sadly, backtracking is never a good option because you never know what is in store for you A person could enter the maze and never get out.
Is Percy doomed to roam forever in the mind-boggling Labyrinth? Will Grover finally find the lost God Pan? Will Nico allow his festering thirst for revenge to overpower him? And will the heroes survive to fight another day? All that and much more Added to the equation is the fledgling love-triangle between him and his two leading ladies.
A brave and self-deprecating hero, Percy has you rooting for him till the last page. If I could garner up more than 5 stars for this delightful gem, I would.
View all 20 comments. View all 12 comments. Bisher mein liebster Band der Reihe - glaube ich zumindest. Mar 17, P rated it it was amazing Shelves: Everything in The Battle of the Labyrinth has developed from the last book.
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The relationship of Percy and Annabeth is more complicate, I see how much they grow up and the others facets of these characters. Likewise, the plot is smart and intricate with getting lost in the labyrinth, we'll see many unexpected things happen through the book.
Finding Daedalus in the labyrinth is hardship for Percy and the others. The ending was incredible and heartwrenching, though. I loved Nico, he's just adorable and has his style which impressed me so much. And I see some potentials between Percy and Nico, when Nico feels lonely and insecure, Percy is the one being with him, and I was so glad. All in all, The Battle of the Labyrinth is so amazing. All things are going to be wrapped up in the next book and I can't wait to reread it again.
View all 15 comments. Aug 22, Elaina rated it it was amazing Shelves: Okay, so this is probably my favorite book in the Percy Jackson series so far!! I loved all of the characters in this book, but my favorites would definitely have to be Annabeth and Percy!!!!!
D This book was very action-packed and fast-paced to me and I enjoyed it very much. I am so glad that I stared this series, but I am also so sad because there is only one book left: I am trying to decide if I should just read The Last Olympian now, or wait so I won't be finished with the serie Okay, so this is probably my favorite book in the Percy Jackson series so far!!
I am trying to decide if I should just read The Last Olympian now, or wait so I won't be finished with the series lol: View all 3 comments. This was happy and sad at the same time.
This series is getting so intense and I can't wait to see how the final book plays out! Although I enjoyed this book, it was a little repetitive at times and my interest wavered. However, I will definitely be picking up the last book soon! I'm crossing my fingers that the last book would be even better! Usually, I hate series, and I tend to stop mid-series run because I get bored or lose interest.
That isn't the case with this one. I am absolutely, irrevocably, hooked with The Percy Jackson world, and I would, most definitely, read the other spin-off series.
Keep these myth-inspired books coming! A possession Death A labyrinth A friend or an enemy? I liked that Rick Riordan did not forget this when he wrote about Percy. I would have hated to see Percy be this teenage boy who could go through anything, but not the ones that he has to go through as a teenager.
I think Riordan took some cues and decided it was okay to kill a character, or two, per book. One thing I would like to commend Riordan is how he didn't push for these two to be together right away.
He is taking his time writing about these two character separately, then eventually, he'd bring them together.
Am I right? Or am I right? For those who have read Heroes of Olympus, please tell me I'm right. I really liked how it branches to each part of the world, without you noticing it.
It could seem like you're walking for an hour in the same line, but before you know it, you're coming out of the Labyrinth from the opposite side of the world from which you came in from. But that's not the only good part, the Labyrinth has sections that you'd not expect to be there. I'd love to get the chance to visit, given that'd be able to get out. While reading this, you get the feeling that it's prepping you for the events that soon to come on the last book, which I am currently reading, by the way.
At first, you'll start to wonder when you'll be meeting this mysterious person, but as the story goes along, you'll realize he was right under your nose all along, and that was a big plus for me. I did not expect him to be who he was. He has, indirectly, a very prominent role to this story.
I liked how his character was used to this installment.
He was there, but not really. I can't wait to finish the last one. I'm hoping it would "wow" me better than this one. I really want to know what happens to Percy, Annabeth, and everyone in the camp, and also, how it would transition to the Heroes of Olympus series. Sep 21, Mario rated it it was amazing Shelves: Boy, did I enjoy this book.
I have yet to read The Last Olympian, but I'm pretty sure this one is best one in the series. Jan 16, C. I started rather dubious with 3-star ratings, but they've quickly climbed to 4. I'm sucked in. I'm a worm on a hook.
Just staaahp everything and let me keep reading. I literally read 3 books in one week. Although they still haven't quite hit the pinnacle of "absolute awesome" for me. Maybe the last book?! I'm nearly finished this first series! So I loved the plot of this one a lot more. It felt more varied. It's still the same structure starts at school, burns school, goes to camp Half Blood, goes on quest, ends at Camp Half Blood, goes back to school but the action was more varied and not just battling.
Which I enjoyed. I seriously missed her when she got kidnapped in the last book. Although Percy is hopelessly clueless and it's getting kind of ridiculous. He is a boy.
And a teenager. It's still mildly adorable and not too frustrating that he doesn't see Annabeth likes him. Also Nico. Can we just talk about how cute he is in a black shirt and leather sort of hellish way? And in the end view spoiler [ Nico just leaves Camp Half Blood really thinking he has no friends. I mean, it wasn't sad, and the very last page is him returning to talk to Percy I really love it when I recognise a myth!
I knew the minatour story! And at the same time, I love the twists. Like the part where Annabeth has to crack riddles to get across a part of the maze and she decides the questions are too easy and insult her intelligence. I seriously love Annabeth. I really don't have much to say in this review The ending was perfection and and and I cannot wait for the finale.
And scary. And I like that Annabeth still likes Luke a little. I think it makes Luke into a more relatable villain. Yes, yes, stop judging me. I always like the villainous boys.
As much as I love this one I still prefer the previous book, The world building and writing just keeps getting better. Annabeth finally gets her dream and leads this quest into the Labyrinth to hunt for Deadelas not sure I spelt that well.
Annabeth was a bitch almost throughout the book, I just do not get her loyalty to Luke despite everything, I wonder why Percy even puts up with that. She was literally born from thoughts. Her children are born the same way. He dropped his broom and ran at me. Nico was a ass at first, I get that he was grieving and all, not to mention just a kid, but he got over that, I really admire his character development. Percy was as funny, loyal, loving, dedicating as usual, I just need my own Percy.
View all 6 comments. Aug 01, Eric Boot rated it it was amazing. Dec 22, Chelsea chelseadolling reads rated it really liked it. These books are so great. I can't wait to see how everything unfolds and then start the Heroes of Olympus! The Battle of the Labyrinth is the fourth, and next to last, book in the long-running series that has helped form future readers out of kids.
The simplistic writing style fits any age, and the humor and fun adventures speak to the inner child I have tucked somewhere in my head. Oh, and Annabeth and Percy, sitting in a tree?
Finally that absentee father shows up! We get new revelations about Niko that changes the potential of the prophecy completely, so this was all a good lead-up book to the last of the series. Surreally written scenes for that side-story, which is a new technique for this series and writing style.
The Battle of the Labyrinth [July 20, ] 35 22 Jul 26, It is a place where time and distance have no meaning. Percy slashes one back to Tartarus with his trusty sword, Riptide. Riordan wrote that very well. But Rachel didn't look offended.
In the mix we have Rachel Dare who we meet briefly in the last book, and she will play a major role here. Also I'm reading the book while I'm texting.