6th graders at WOMS have been invited to post guest entries on my blog for YA books they’ve recently read. This is Noah’s entry. Thanks, Noah! '
Title-Battle of the Labyrinth
Publisher-Hyperion Books for Children/New York an imprint of Disney Book Group
Main Character: Percy- A few years ago discovered that he was a Half-Blood. He also discovered he was the son of the Olympian god Poseidon. He has been asked to go on a lot of quests which his friends Grover, Annabeth, Tyson, and Nico have helped him with.
Plot- Luke a kid Kronos tricked into working for him wants to destroy Camp Half-Blood, the only safe place for Demigods. The reason why Luke wants to do this is because the Demigods have a chance of stopping Luke, the Titans, and his evil minions from dethroning the Olympian gods. Luke has discovered the Labyrinth which might lead them to camp Half-Blood across the magical borders so they can defeat Camp-Half-Blood. To do this they need to find Ariadne’s string so they can navigate through the Labyrinth. Can Percy, Annabeth, Grover, Tyson, and the rest of Camp Half-Blood survive Luke and the Titans? Read Battle of the Labyrinth to find out.
What I liked about this book was: It was funny, thrilling, and interesting all in one. In this book there is action in almost every chapter. I also like this book and this series because it is unusual, not many books that I have read about the Greek gods and goddesses are funny.
I would recommend this book to a person who enjoys laughter, thrills, and action, or likes an easy read. I would also recommend this series. The other books in the series are The Lightning Thief, The Sea of Monsters, The Titans Curse and Battle of the Labyrinth.
Submitted by Noah C.