The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #4) by Rick Riordan

The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #4)

Percy Jackson isn't expecting freshman orientation to be any fun. But when a mysterious mortal acquaintance appears at his potential new school, followed by demon cheerleaders, things quickly move from bad to worse.In this fourth installment of the blockbuster series, 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 grows more vulnerable by the minute as Kronos's ar...

Details The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #4)

TitleThe Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #4)
Release DateMar 6th, 2008
PublisherHyperion Books for Children
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Mythology, Fiction

Reviews The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #4)

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)
    this is my favorite in the series so far! let's see if the last olympian will top it. full video review coming sooooooon.
  • Jayson
    (A-) 83% | Very GoodNotes: It’s about awakenings, transgressive cracks, and how dread, desire and death indwell the formless chaos of potential.
  • jessica
    holy hades! this is for sure the best book in the series so far! there is a lot more adventure, much better pacing, and incredibly improved character development and world building. one of my main concerns about the previous books is that they have the same repetitive vibe and feeling. this book totally changed things up and i couldnt be happier. i love that percy is getting older. his character is becoming more complex and the storytelling defin...
  • Bentley ★
    See this review and more like it on!_____________This entry to the Percy Jackson series just took things to a whole new level! As a first time reader of the series, it blows me away that not only am I enjoying this series as an adult reader, but I'm actually finding that my excitement and love for it has grown with each book as well. The writing has improved, and the way that Riordan has slowly been building up the stakes in e...
  • Sasha Alsberg
  • Cara
    Why did I wait so long to read these? I have no good explanation and if you ask me I'll just give you the shifty eyes and mumble something incoherent because I don't have a good reason. What counts though is that I am reading them now right? On the upside I don't have to agonize for the long wait for new books to come out, but still... if I had just known!So as expected Percy's summer is going to be filled with another quest and yet another colos...
  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #4), Rick RiordanThe Battle of the Labyrinth is a 2008 fantasy-adventure novel based on Greek mythology written by Rick Riordan. It is the fourth novel in the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series. The novel was first published in the United States on May 6, 2008 by Hyperion Books for Children, an imprint of Disney Publishing Worldwide. It has been published in hardcover, audiobook, ebo...
  • Mark Lawrence
    I've read the first four books in this series to Celyn now and got her #5 for her birthday. A fun read, though the monsters get steadily more outlandish as Rick mines the lesser known corners of Greek myth. In this book we meet the Empousa who are pictured as wearing brazen slippers and bearing flaming hair. The name is said to mean "one-footed." This is because they are a one-legged hybrid, with a donkey's leg and a celestial bronze prosthetic l...
  • Claudia Ramírez
    At first I was going to rate it 4.5 stars, but that ending made me smile so much and I think that was what I've been looking for in this saga. I wanted a PJO book to end leaving me with a warm feeling in my heart and I didn't get it until this book
  • Reynita Maharani ★ The Night Reader ★
    Oh God. I'm currently reading the fourth book and I kind of don't want to finish this book, so I won't read the fifth book because I AM STILL NOT READY TO FINISH THIS SERIES, but I also want to know how this book ends and how this series ends. THE REVIEW IS POSTED**SPOILERS READ AT YOUR OWN RISK**on this review, I'm just going to tell you guys why I didn't really like it. this is hard for me to say this but this book was just not that interesting...
  • may ❀
    This entire week I’ve been so lazy that I couldn’t even string together a collection of percabeth fan art and incoherent screaming for my reviews. So I’ve subjected myself to completing them all in one evening. I know, I’m a mess.To be fair, every time I thought of actually writing a review for this series it just made me scream for the remaining hours of the day, like that’s how unstable I get. The Battle of the Labyrinth was one o...
  • Ahmed Ejaz
    This book was breath-taking-ly action packed!!! Oh guys, I ENJOYED IT SOOOOO MUCH!! Kronos has come back with the help of Luke. Now there is threat of invasion in the Camp Half-Blood by the forces of Kronos. Percy and his friends have to go to the Labyrinth, a maze which is full of dangerous monsters and connects every place in the world, to stop them. And also to find the god of wild, Pan, to save Grover's career.=> Characters of Percy and Annab...
  • Chloe
    This series gets better with each book!
  • may ➹
    part four in what I call the “I cry about my childhood and ignore real life” program
  • The Burning Rose (Jess)
    It was the best book of the series so far. Wow. Percy. Annabeth. Nico. Holy crap. So good.. So good. (And let's not mention the kiss. Okay bye.)
  • destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]
    Percy has returned home for another school year, but after a run-in with demonic cheerleaders, he begins to accept the fact that he’s pretty much doomed to never lead a normal kid’s life again. As he sets off on a quest through the infamous Labyrinth, the war with Kronos looms ever closer. I feel like my Percy Jackson reviews are beginning to feel repetitive, because as a whole, this series has really just captivated my heart so much, and the...
  • Ashley Nuckles
    No matter how many times I read or reread this book I still cannot spell labyrinth right on the first try. Despite that fact, I loved this book.
  • Tina ➹ the girl who lives in Fandoms (Book.Enchantress)
    Complete 5 Golden Starsmy favourite one in the series (actually it was so hard to choose one as favourite because I love 3rd & 5th books too!)all the funny comments & sarcasms,all the thrilling adventures,the cool & creepy labyrinth itself,etc etc.made this book so amazing!tbh, I don't assume Percy Jackson as middle grade. I read some real middle grade ones this year & they were just okay-ish (not even sure if I will continue them or not tho). bu...
  • Namratha
    After a week of some truly disappointing reads, I am thoroughly glad to say that Percy Jackson and The Battle of The Labyrinth lived up to my expectations and was utterly engaging................................Half-boy, half-God Percy Jackson starts off the new school year by battling a pair of ‘ Empousai ’ and blowing up his school. Again. He also runs into Rachel Elizabeth Dare, the mysterious mortal girl who can see through the mist. It...
  • P
    “Be careful of love. It'll twist your brain around and leave you thinking up is down and right is wrong.” My favorite of this series. Everything in The Battle of the Labyrinth has developed from the last book. The relationship of Percy and Annabeth is more complicate, I see how much they grow up and the others facets of these characters. Likewise, the plot is smart and intricate with getting lost in the labyrinth, we'll see many unexpected t...
  • Elaina
    Okay, so this is probably my favorite book in the Percy Jackson series so far!! I loved all of the characters in this book, but my favorites would definitely have to be Annabeth and Percy!!!!! "squeals" :D This book was very action-packed and fast-paced to me and I enjoyed it very much. I am so glad that I stared this series, but I am also so sad because there is only one book left :( I am trying to decide if I should just read The Last Olympian ...
  • Zoë
    WOW. This series is getting so intense and I can't wait to see how the final book plays out! Although I enjoyed this book, it was a little repetitive at times and my interest wavered. However, I will definitely be picking up the last book soon!
  • Inge
    This was happy and sad at the same time. *sigh*
  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    These books are so great. I can't wait to see how everything unfolds and then start the Heroes of Olympus!
  • Sandra
    REACTION AFTER READING THE BOOK MY FAVORITE FROM THIS SERIES, SO FAR.I'm crossing my fingers that the last book would be even better!Usually, I hate series, and I tend to stop mid-series run because I get bored or lose interest. That isn't the case with this one. I am absolutely, irrevocably, hooked with The Percy Jackson world, and I would, most definitely, read the other spin-off series.RICK RIORDAN, you are amazing! Keep these myth-inspired bo...
  • Mario
    Boy, did I enjoy this book. I have yet to read The Last Olympian, but I'm pretty sure this one is best one in the series.
  • C.G. Drews
    CAN I JUST SAY THAT I HAVE WARMED UP TO ABSOLUTELY LOVE THESE BOOKS?!! I started rather dubious with 3-star ratings, but they've quickly climbed to 4. I'm sucked in. I'm a worm on a hook. Just staaahp everything and let me keep reading. (I literally read 3 books in one week.) Although they still haven't quite hit the pinnacle of "absolute awesome" for me. Maybe the last book?! omg! I'm nearly finished this first series!So I loved the plot of this...
  • Eric Boot
  • Deborah Obida
    As much as I love this one I still prefer the previous book, The world building and writing just keeps getting better. Annabeth finally gets her dream and leads this quest into the Labyrinth to hunt for Deadelas(not sure I spelt that well).Annabeth was a bitch almost throughout the book, I just do not get her loyalty to Luke despite everything, I wonder why Percy even puts up with that.I so did not know about this before ‘Percy, you know how At...
  • Sepani
    Percy and his friends go into Labyrinth and Grover succeeds in finding Pan.Daedalus, the creator of Labyrinth decides to help Percy at-last and dies for the Labyrinth destruction. Luke gave his body as a host for Kronos.And as I expected Mr. D has been a praiseworthy character since he cured the half-blood who'd gone insane in the Labyrinth.The story keeps getting better with every single book along with the writing style and humor.