Book Reviews of The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Bk 4)

The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Bk 4)
The Battle of the Labyrinth - Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Bk 4
Author: Rick Riordan
ISBN-13: 9781423101468
ISBN-10: 1423101464
Publication Date: 5/6/2008
Pages: 368
Reading Level: All Ages
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 168 ratings
Publisher: Hyperion
Book Type: Hardcover
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LOVED it! Great read for curius young readers that love Greek methology , and a great chase.
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Great book and follows the rest very well.
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Great book.
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Love this series
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I read to my Husband and four kids every night they range in ages from 31-3 and they all enjoyed listening to this story.
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These books are simple to read but they are good adventures and I did get into the story. My favorite part about these books are the stories of the Greek Gods and monsters. I have always liked those stories and it is clever how Riordan weaves them into the story.
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An awesome book! Just as good as the previous volumes. I'll definitely be starting the final book in the series right away. If you enjoy the series, then you definitely need to read this one as well!
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This book was by far my favorite of the series so far.
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Very much enjoyed this segment of the story. Perhaps even a bit more than the first which up til now was my uncontested favorite. Excitedly picking up the last installment now.
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Good, clean, fiction. Something a parent and child can share.
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This is the 4th book in the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series. As the title suggests, the central myth that is the focus of this story is the concept of the Labyrinth. That doesn't mean there aren't other myths in here (a personal favorite was the standardized testing Sphinx). Anyway, Annabeth and Percy find an opening to the Labyrinth at Camp Half-Blood and they know that they need to find Daedalus so they can get Ariadne's string from him before Luke does. Meanwhile, Grover needs to find Pan before it's too late. Will the heroes succeed in time or will Luke and Kronos succeed? Of all the books in this series, this one might be my favorite, in part because I enjoyed the story of Calypso and how her myth was incorporated here. Don't know the myth? Read this book to get an idea of what her story is about!
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I enjoyed this one the most in the series. I couldn't put it down and when i was nearing the end I didn't want to finish. Percy, Annabeth and the rest on this quest to the Labyrinth is full of surprises and twists. Returning supporting characters Rachael Dare, and Nico "son of Hades" were definitely great to see again. I am eagerly awaiting the next book especially with the way it ended. Loved it.
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This is one of those series of books that my sons will actually READ! My 14 year old is super picky on books, and doesn't like to read anything, but THIS series he LOVES! Highly recommend this book!
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This is a cute and interesting concept for a series, although at times the plot and characters do leave me a bit disappointed. There are some funny moments, but I feel I constantly have to ask "Does that even make sense?" when some of the characters do or say things. It tends to be overly-dramatic quite often and I suppose this is because it's geared towards children. It's not the greatest book I've ever read, but as long as I have Paperbackswap credits (since it's definitely not worth buying new), I plan to continue on with the series.
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This is a cute and interesting concept for a series, although at times the plot and characters do leave me a bit disappointed. There are some funny moments, but I feel I constantly have to ask "Does that even make sense?" when some of the characters do or say things. It tends to be overly-dramatic quite often and I suppose this is because it's geared towards children. It's not the greatest book I've ever read, but as long as I have Paperbackswap credits (since it's definitely not worth buying new), I plan to continue on with the series.
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great book
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This is a cute and interesting concept for a series, although at times the plot and characters do leave me a bit disappointed. There are some funny moments, but I feel I constantly have to ask "Does that even make sense?" when some of the characters do or say things. It tends to be overly-dramatic quite often and I suppose this is because it's geared towards children. It's not the greatest book I've ever read, but as long as I have Paperbackswap credits (since it's definitely not worth buying new), I plan to continue on with the series.
reviewed The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Bk 4) on + 1756 more book reviews
This is a cute and interesting concept for a series, although at times the plot and characters do leave me a bit disappointed. There are some funny moments, but I feel I constantly have to ask "Does that even make sense?" when some of the characters do or say things. It tends to be overly-dramatic quite often and I suppose this is because it's geared towards children. It's not the greatest book I've ever read, but as long as I have Paperbackswap credits (since it's definitely not worth buying new), I plan to continue on with the series.