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Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth
Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth | Rick Riordan
After blowing up yet another school, Percy is forced to flee to Camp Half Blood, where he finds all is not well. A dangerous enemy, intent on destroying the secret training camp for young demi-gods, has found a way in through an ancient labyrinth.
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Unabridged Audiobook (7/10):
Although I‘ve found this to be the weakest of the Percy Jackson books so far, I feel it does an incredible job as the penultimate story to the original five book series of the franchise. Some brilliant moments with Percy, Grover, and Tyson that really made me happy as those three are just too precious for this world. Next up, The Last Olympian!

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Reading the fourth Percy Jackson novel while I wait for Thistle foot, The book eaters, and The cannibles of candyland to come in.

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

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Another fun installment in the Percy Jackson series. I am really enjoying these, although I am not sure I will ever reread them. They are fun and creative adventures, but I just haven't bonded with these characters all that much. Still, this was an entertaining ride and I'm excited to see what happens in the final book!

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Andrew65 Can‘t beat Percy Jackson Books. Well done 👏👏👏 6mo
TheSpineView Awesome! 6mo
thereadingpal Love love these books 6mo
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Clwojick I‘ve still only read the first book in the series! Maybe I need to do a series Readathon with this one! 6mo
melmes Never read this series, probably need to start it sooner than later 6mo
TheAromaofBooks @melmes - It's been on my radar for years and I am just now getting to it!! Since they are more MG/YA reads, they do go pretty quick once I actually pick one up! 😂 6mo
melmes Oh well, I hope I get the chance to read it as well 5mo
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A very late review of the fourth installment of Percy Jackson... and despite how much I love Annabeth, this was my least favorite book in the series. It may be due to the fact it was setting up for the series finale and I hate having to go through set ups. On a whole, it felt stagnant compared to the other books. I said a couple weeks ago I'm waiting for my library hold to come in so I can finish the series, and hopefully it'll come in this week.

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I love this series. It's so fun and interesting. The characters all are different and have unique voices and story arcs. I know this sounds like every other book but I've read a lot of tween/YA/middle grade books where only the main character gets a arc and the rest are all attached their development. This one has everyone growing differently and actually experiencing things on their own.

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Book_nerd1996
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This was awesome! Cant wait to see how it ends!

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Omg, they kissed and the book kept going! It just passed on like it never happened!

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I quite enjoyed the second-to-last book in the Percy Jackson series, especially the action scenes and the character development for basically all of the characters. I look forward to reading the last book in the series. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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In a way, there is always one God who turned out to be the most important one in the end of the book. Hera this time, and I'm not sure if I like her or not. In ancient history she is always put down as this jealous vicious woman, but who can blame her if her husband is always sleeping around. I'm just not sure about her yet. I also want to learn a lot more about Rachel, she holds a lot of my interest, and my sweet angel Nico, who is misunderstood!

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I love the character development and their relationships with each other. There is definitely a hint of romantic tension between Annabeth and Percy. We get to see Grover shoulder more responsibility in his search for Pan and he grows up a little more. We also see Nico grow beyond his years as he shoulders the burden of grief and loneliness. Riordan throws these characters together–along with a lovable cyclops–and creates a unique dynamic.

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#ThinkPositiveBePositive @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

"Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see"

~ Mark Twain

"But remember, boy, that a kind act can sometimes be as powerful as a sword."

~ Rick Riordan

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10 Apr-12 May 2021 (audiobook)
Another one down. Still enjoying the interweaving of classical characters, such as Dedalus, with modern day scenarios. I am rather fond of Nico Di Angelo and look forward to the next instalment. Although I have a vague memory of the overall arc of the series from reading with Polly about six years ago, I have forgotten enough to enjoy re-listening in the car with both girls.

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I'm rereading these books this year for a group I'm in. Of all the books, I think this one is my least favorite. I'm not sure why. It just didn't have the fun of the others.

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Palimpsest This was my favorite because I love the labyrinth theme which so many books from Borges and even Renaissance poetry by Mary Roth explores. It‘s been a long time though so I really don‘t remember much about the Percy Jackson books. I might eventually reread my set with my son. 2y
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Its Percy's first day of school in a new school called freshman and is totally ready to get expelled... again. But there is something you should know about Percy, he is a half blood which is a person who is half human and half god. So Percy is in school when everything goes wrong
I am really liking this book because it has a good amount of action and writing really good. I would recommend it to people who like nice long books.

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ParkerFinn
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Love going through this story again. These books make me more emotional as the series gets to the ends. The audiobook was just as great as reading the physical copy.

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EllanaRose
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Again, ableist slurs used. Every book in the series so far has used at least one. I still enjoyed it, but ugh.

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BarkingMadRead
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An ear infection is wiping me out, so off the library for some relaxation is just what I needed. Finished this off to complete a challenge I‘m doing on Facebook. #TBR #wintergames2020 #teamrednosedreindeer @StayCurious

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I need a middle grade book to complete a Facebook group challenge that I‘m doing. #wintergames2020 #teamrednosedreindeer @StayCurious

Palimpsest This was my favorite of the Percy Jackson series. I love books and poems about labyrinths. 2y
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I really enjoyed this one. I‘m in that place of getting invested in the story but anxious about the next book being the end. These books are fun to read and a nice break from everything else going on. Nervously looking forward to book 5.

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I gave my 3 boys a break over the summer from our nightly reading. We have read the first 3 Percy Jackson books, Holes, and the guest 2 Chronicles of Narnia. We started back up this week and are moving on to the 4th Percy Jackson book. They're really looking forward to starting it tomorrow night.

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Four down...One to go!
Percy goes on another adventure l, this time into Daedalus‘ labyrinth to prevent an attack on Camp Half-blood. This book was different in that he had more of his close friends with him and the tension is ramping up as we are getting closer to the birthday prophecy being revealed. Looking forward to reading the next one, and yet, already sad...
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TheAromaofBooks I've had this series on my list forever! 2y
keys_on_fire Oh you should move it up! 😂 It‘s been especially great to read during this pandemic because it‘s such a great escape! 2y
keys_on_fire Oh you should move it up! 😂 It‘s been especially great to read during this pandemic because it‘s such a great escape! @TheAromaofBooks 2y
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3.5🌟that'll round up because it's not you, it's me.
Possibly the best of the bunch so far, but I just don't love the series. The creatures here are fun weird, like, acid trip weird. (See above that sums it up better than I could.) Not as funny, so many characters, and with a page turn they've arrived at their next destination. It was a quick romp through the labyrinth but the battles in the series never feel like there are real consequences.

Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick @TheAromaofBooks this is another square on my #bookbingo card! 2y
TheAromaofBooks Someday I'm going to get around to reading this series! 2y
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Dear life,

...do not disturb...c'mon...just an hour...

Sincerely,
Kelly

TheBookHippie 🤞🏻 2y
Caroline2 😆 many a time have I utter those words with a book and coffee in hand!!! 😉 2y
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Nitpickyabouttrains
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This one got a little dark. I liked how it worked to expand what we already knew. And I loved how the characters are growing up.

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Andrew65
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Finishing off the #24B4Monday Readathon by reading Percy Jackson.

At moment at 21 hours 17 mins

#MidYearRush

Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick How is it? I've slowly been working my way through this series and this is the next one I need to read. I've been rather meh about the other three so I haven't been eager to move along. 2y
Andrew65 @Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick I like this series, and have finished this one, and really enjoyed it - possibly my favourite one in the series. Looks like building up to a good conclusion in the last book. (edited) 2y
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EmmalynNaude
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This book was by far my favorite to read in the series. The fandom got an amazing percabth kiss, so it made it ten times better

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My kids love these books, and I love that they make my kids want to read more. I‘m catching up on reviews so we‘ve finished this series already and my kids asked if we could get the next series so they could read it on their own. It‘s so great to see them fall in love with an author!

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4/5💚s

Read this one so fast (& started the 5th) that I didn‘t even have a chance to say I was reading it! I am LOVING this series. But I think in this one my favorite parts (aside from the Greek myth aspect) is when it comes to romantic feelings, whether the characters know or are admitting it or not. Ah teenagers. 😜🤷🏻‍♀️😂 sometimes I wish the characters were older...it wouldn‘t feel so weird shipping them then.

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If you enjoy Greek mythology and fictional books, you‘d enjoy Percy Jackson, the Battle of the Labyrinth. In this book, Percy Jackson and his friends, Annabeth Chase, Tyson and Grover, go on a quest in the magical underground labyrinth to find the ancient Daedalus‘s forge. The only problem is the labyrinth is constantly changing, and there is no way to navigate the labyrinth properly, as well as there are monsters forever wandering the labyrinth.

Matticemaggie During their quest, the group ended up in Alcatraz and rescue and ancient Hundred-Handed one names Briares from his capture Kampê. But after all his years of imprisonment, Briares is defeated and leaves the group to their own devices. So onward the continue, hoping to find the ancient forge before Luke and his army find it. Percy and his friends go through many hardships and run into many obstacles throughout this book, but manage to defeat them. 3y
Matticemaggie I think a reoccurring motif in this book would be a constant mentioning of the labyrinth as the place is constantly changing. The importance of this motif is it is a representation that things are constantly changing. More often than not you can not plan for certain things to happen because most things are unexpected. With the labyrinth constantly changing, Percy Jackson and his group can not plan a way to get tot the forge or an emergency escape. 3y
MissYaremcio Thanks for the review kiddo! This Litsy post was on POV, but still a great review! 3y
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The 4th book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Percy Jackson is a half-blood; part mortal, part God. In this book he enters the mysterious and dangerous Labyrinth, where he must race to find an important person, who can help save the Half-blood camp and the Gods of Olympia.

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The Percy Jackson series continues to be really fun. Riordan has an amazing imagination and I love the new mythology explorations in each book. I'm learning new things & gaining an increased interest in reading the old mythology tales. This book reads a little older than previous works in the series, owing in part to Percy's age. I've become very invested in the characters & I have a feeling I am going to be very sad when I'm done with the series.

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Finished up the 4th Percy Jackson book last night over a glass of eggnog and under the light of our 🕎 candles! Not sure if I will get to the last book before the end of the year, as I have 2 other books lined up next. We‘ll see.

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Lucy_Anywhere I used to read these books to my brother when he was little... this series will always have a place in my 💜 3y
TheSpineView 👍👍👍 3y
Scochrane26 I listened to this & The Lost Hero series over a long period, maybe about a year. 3y
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alisiakae @Scochrane26 It‘s not a series I have been able to read back-to-back. I have preferred to space them out and read something else in between. 3y
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Adventure

May 10, 2019 - June 5, 2019.

I chose this book to cont. the series.

Percy, Annabeth, Grover, Rachel, and Tyson went on a mission to stop Luke and his army from communizing the Camp Half-Blood. Therefore, they must go through Daedalus' labyrinth, a maze, stop Luke from reaching Ariadne's string, the power to find ways into mazes. Daedalus ended up destroying the labyrinth in order to prevent Luke and his army getting to the camp.

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“people are more difficult to work with than machines. and when you break a person, he can't be fixed.“

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But, remember, boy, that a kind act can sometimes be as powerful as a sword. As a mortal, I was never a great fighter or athlete or poet. I only made wine. The people in my village laughed at me. They said I would never amount to anything. Look at me now. Sometimes small things can become very large indeed. - Dionysus to Percy

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Finished this last night. My boy asked me to get the next in the series today. #BedtimeBookClub

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Finished this tonight! Not my favourite in the series but I definitely love it! Sets things up nicely for the last book which I may start reading tomorrow because now it‘s sleep time. #translatedbooks

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Mccartershanon
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Love how much percy and crew grow in this book, always been in of my faves

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