Percy Jackson and The Olympians: The Battle Of The Labyrinth
An Excellent Book With Suspense, Action, And Enticing Plot
This is a book review of "Percy Jackson and The Olympians: The Battle Of The Labyrinth”. It is the fourth installment in the “Percy Jackson and The Olympians” series. The series is very exciting and suspenseful. It is my favorite series by far.
The series itself is about the main character called Percy. He discovers that he is a half-blood (half god, half human) and that his father is Poseidon (god of the sea). In each book, he encounters new problems. In this one, an evil half-blood wants to destroy Olympus (where the gods live) mainly because they have been so unloving towards him. He decides to raid on Camp Half-Blood (where the half-bloods train) and on Olympus through an “alive maze” called the Labyrinth. It can adjust itself in order to fool you and eventually making you a psychopath. However, Luke and his army have a magical item called “Ariadne’s String” that guides them. So, Percy Jackson and his friends must stop Luke somehow before he unleashes Kronos (the most powerful titan, even more powerful than the gods).
This installment explains all of the dangers and monsters that Percy Jackson faces. I won’t say much more, in order to keep the spoilers away. There are five books in the series, and I have yet to read the last one (in order: The Lightning Thief, Sea of Monsters, The Titan’s Curse, Battle of the Labyrinth, The Last Olympian). I used to read around 100 pages a day mainly because this book is so addictive. It doesn’t bore you with any details, is straightforward and simple. I would give the series 5 stars out of 5. I would absolutely recommend this series to anyone 10 and over.