The Battle of the Labyrinth
This thrilling New York Times bestselling series of modern-day mythology continues.Time is running out as war between the Olympians and the evil Titan lord Kronos draws near. Even the safe haven of Camp Half Blood is growing more vulnerable. To stop them from invading, Percy and his demigod... show more
This thrilling New York Times bestselling series of modern-day mythology continues.Time is running out as war between the Olympians and the evil Titan lord Kronos draws near. Even the safe haven of Camp Half Blood is growing more vulnerable. To stop them from invading, Percy and his demigod friends must go on a quest through the Labyrinth.LENGTH10 hours, 33 minutes
Publish date: 1800
Publisher: Listening Library
Edition language: English
Series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians (#4)
Annabeth was pretty annoying in this one, in my opinion. I like Rachel and that she was given a bigger role and I liked Calypso's part as well. That was interesting. There was also a jab at the use of standardized tests that i enjoyed. Part of me felt that it was a bit out of place and took me out o...
Another book in the take-down-and-finish-TBR-challenge! Okay, so for the first half of this book, I had NO IDEA what was going on because I’d read The Titan’s Curse a long time ago. So, I had to go through this like 5 times and I guarantee that once you ask me what the heck I’ve read I won’t be ab...
Goodreads summary: This summary has some spoilers in it from the previous books, so that's why I'm not showing it to you guys. My opinion: While reading it I had a feeling between liking it and really liking it, but I wasn't obsessed. It took me more than ten days to read a book that only has 360 ...
In Which I Try To Pretend This Book/Series Is Deeper Than It Probably Really Is I don't know why, but I've come to realize that I actually find my love of this series slightly embarrassing. Having read it as a child though, it had an impact on my growth in a way I consistently underestimate.For a lo...
Personally, this was my least favourite book in the Percy Jackson series. I've been thinking about why exactly, but haven't really found a reason. Perhaps I just read it at the wrong time, or too close on the other book so I was bothered with the repetitive structure of the story. This time focuss...
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