Thursday, February 16, 2012

"The Battle of the Labyrinth" (Percy Jackson & The Olympians #4) by Rick Riordan

Synopsis: In his fourth battle, Percy goes underground with friends Annabeth, Grover, and half-brother Tyson to sort through the twists and turns of a labyrinth that could hold the key to their victory against evil Titan lord, Kronos. But navigating the labyrinth isn't easy, and if they hope to survive it they are going to need help from some unusual allies.

Not only is Percy having to deal with demi-god problems (like the fact that his life is constantly in danger), but as he gets older the more adolescents throws on him too. Like how he feels about his best friend Annabeth, or his new mortal friend Elizabeth Dare. Life definitely isn't easy for a teenage hero.

My Thoughts: As with the rest of this fantastic series, all I have to say is it's wonderful. The absolute next best thing to Harry Potter. This fourth installment kept me on my toes and it never gets old or boring. Definitely worth your time!

Extra Comments: If you would like to check out the Percy Jackson series, you can find all five books in this great boxset at Barnes& for $20.00! So cheap for such excellent books! Here's the link: Percy Jackson Box Set.

If you have done read Percy Jackson, I recommend the Pendragon Series by D.J. MacHale. The are just as amazing and filled with adventure!

Post a Comment

Please be aware this site is a SPOILER FREE zone unless otherwise stated in the review.

© Whimsically Bookish. Made with love by The Dutch Lady Designs.