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The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan
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Aug 14, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: tenth-grade
Read in August, 2009

The Battle of the Labyrinth is the fourth book in the series by Rick Riordan. the constant action and adventure makes this book a definite page turner. Riordan's style of writing is revealing half of a mystery earlier on in the book and then completing the mystery nearer to the end by tying it into a high intense situation. Riordan continues mysteries and actions throughout the series. Riordan does not completely discard past situiations as the series goes on, which, by not completely completing mysteries from previous books, makes the reader WANT to read on. mysteries from book 1 are finally completed in this book 4 of the series. not many writers are able to continuously stumulate characters in a five book series. Riordan has acheived this with Percy JAckson and the Olympians.

in book 4, Percy and friends are coming closer to the rise of the Titan lord, Kronos. after Luke turned over to the dark side, Percy and his friends have to find a way to defend the camp. BUt they must also make an attempt to put Kronos' plan on hold. They have to find a way to stop him before he rises to power and completely destroys the gods on Olympus. but as usual, there is a twist. Luke and Kronos' army are inside a mega-maze (the Labyrinth) that stretches all throughout America. Percy and his friends must travel into the Labyrinth and stop Luke, but what quest is complete without monsters on every corner?????

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