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The Battle of the Labyrinth
Percy Jackson and the Olympians #4
by Rick Riordan

Review #1
* * * * Stars (Great!)
Percy Jackson stumbles onto an entrance to an ancient labyrinth and finds out his camp’s enemies can sneak that way. So, he and his friends go down there to try and stop the monsters from invading. Then they escape and get into an all-out battle – the camp versus the monsters. I liked this book because it was action-packed and wasn’t slow-moving at any points in the book.

Review #2
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
I enjoyed reading this series of books! I liked the characters names, the stories, and the animals/”things!” I also liked that there were gods and demigods and a camp called Camp Half-Blood where only half-bloods and gods are allowed. I like how Percy and his friends are sent on missions to meet new and different gods! Read this FANTASTIC BOOK!

Review #3
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
Percy Jackson and his friends must enter the Labyrinth to find Daedalus’ workshop.

If you liked the other Percy Jackson books, you’ll like this one. It’s exciting and funny.

Review #4
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
Percy Jackson, Annabeth, Tyson, and Grover must make their way through the Labyrinth to find a way to survive the horde of monsters preparing to attack.

This combines modern day life with Greek mythology and has a great combination of adventure and humor.

Review #5
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
“The Battle of the Labyrinth” is about Percy and his friends going into the labyrinth to try and stop Luke from getting to Camp Half-Blood and destroying it. They also find some helpful friends along the way. Grover has been trying to find Pan, the last god, and thinks he might have found him.

Review #6
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
Percy Jackson and his friends need to find Daedalus, the creator of the Labyrinth, to persuade him to keep Luke’s army from learning to navigate the maze. The evil Titan Lord Kronos is rising and with the Labyrinth, him and his army can travel and appear almost anywhere. I loved this book because it has so many surprising twists and always kept me on a cliff hanger. Something unexpected was always happening.