Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth (Book 4)
Books | Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic
Coming soon to Disney+!Half boy. Half God. ALL Hero. SURE, AS A DEMIGOD I’VE HAD MY FAIR SHARE OF NEAR-DEATH DISASTERS. BUT HEY, I’M STILL HERE TO TELL THE TALE . . . Percy Jackson’s enemies are back, and looking for a way to destroy Camp Half-Blood.To stop them, Percy and his friends must take on a new quest through the mysterious labyrinth – a sprawling underground world with deadly surprises at every turn.But the labyrinth was built to keep heroes out, and secrets safe within.As time runs out and the Titans draws near, can Percy save the day once more?THE FOURTH BOOK IN THE BESTSELLING PERCY JACKSON AND THE OLYMPIANS’ SERIES
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"This is the fourth book in the Percy Jackson series, The Battle of the Labyrinth. Percy Jackson wasn’t expecting much from freshmen orientation at his new school. However in normal Percy fashion, a mysterious mortal and demon cheerleaders appear on campus and it seems to go from bad to worse. The time for the war between the Titan lord Kronos and the Olympians is quickly approaching. The safety of Camp Half-Blood is even proving to be at stake as Kronos’ army grows and prepares to advance. To prevent the attack on camp, Percy and his friends must set out through the Labyrinth with unknown things around every corner. This has the best storyline for me. It introduces a lot more Greek mythology, the history of the Labyrinth, King Minos, Daedalus, it all comes full circle. I think because there is one more book it started closing up loose ends on more smaller issues which I enjoyed. It wasn’t the most surprising storyline but I did like how the story was told and handled. It made me excited to keep reading to see the end result of Percy and his friends. If I could pick any book to reread so far from this series it would be book 4. It has the most introductions to Greek figures as well as character growth and change in storyline."