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This one is… just wow! I don’t know how this could get any better. The Battle of the Labyrinth blows first three books out of the water. Though I am yet to read the final one, I think it’ll be harder to beat this one out of my-favorite-of-the-series spot. What an adventure.
“Yay! Blow-things-up time!”
Time for having laughs all over the place is over (at least for the most part) and penultimate book means serious business. Percy, Annabeth and the team embarks on the most thrilling adventure yet, immersing us in an eventful journey. Everything’s well written as always, it’s difficult to stop until one is finished reading. Events are building up nicely towards the Battle of Half-blood camp, while keeping the reader oblivious to the way how seemingly unrelated plot lines will come to unravel at the end.
“so many things. Large snake. Large dogs. Men with swords.”
Oh! There are so many good things to tell about this one, but I can’t wait till I get started with the next. Thank you Rick Riordan for this one, which made you one of my favorite writers.
“Don’t judge someone until you’ve stood at his forge and worked with his hammer,”
”I am senior empousa,” she growled. “No hero has bested me in a thousand years.”
“Yeah?” I said. “Then you’re overdue!”
Well, as you can see Percy still didn’t lose his touch. Or snark for that matter! ;-P I’ve to admit that the way things are going it sounds like our heroes will have to use every ounce of will to keep their
good humour intact though. As I already suspected this didn’t only get way darker than its predecessors but also a little more mature as well. Yes, our little baby heroes are growing up and for the first time monsters aren’t the only thing they have to deal with. There are other kinds of problems they have to face and most of them seem to be of a more – erm – romantic nature. XD I’m sure sometimes troubles like that might be even worse than monsters. What do you say, Percy?
”So you told her the truth.”
“She recognized me from Hoover Dam, so –“
“You’ve met her before?”
“Um, last winter. But, seriously, I barely know her.”
“She’s kind of cute.”
“I – I never thought about it.”
Jeez! Annabeth, jealous much? Could you be so kind and give Percy at least a little chance to get in a few words? Or, well, maybe a proper sentence? *lol* Just saying! Would make it easier to understand him, right? XD All that gibberish isn’t going to get you two out of the labyrinth anytime soon. Oh yeah, the labyrinth. I almost forgot to mention it! Love troubles will do that to you. ;-P I definitely don’t envy Percy right now. Amazingly enough and despite everything they still manage to keep their minds focused on the most important things. Like for instance the task of finding Pan!
”Percy, I can’t go back to camp without finding Pan. I just can’t. You understand that, don’t you? I can’t face Juniper if I fail. I can’t even face myself.”
Poor Grover, he has a really tough time in this one but thankfully Tyson, Percy and Annabeth always got his back! And of course there are other new characters I sorely missed and that actually reappeared in “The Battle of the Labyrinth”. For instance Rachel Elizabeth Dare and Nico di Angelo! And before you even say anything: Yes, Rachel adds to Percy’s drama and Nico, well I suppose in some way he does too. No, not the way you think! *lol* He’s more like Percy’s little baby brother and it’s kinda cute how much he worries about him. Nico certainly isn’t defenceless though! That kid! I swear I love him to bits and pieces and can’t wait to see more of him. He’s not only adorable but also quite resourceful and assertive. In short: This kid rocks! 😉
Minos laughed. “You have no power over me. I am the lord of spirits! The ghost king!”
“No.” Nico drew his sword. “I am.”
He stabbed his black blade into the floor, and it cleaved through the stone like butter.
For all of you who keep wondering what our heroes are doing in the labyrinth. Well, it’s Annabeth’s quest and they need to find Daedalus before Luke does. Yep, our dear archenemy is still around and kicking and of course he’s up to no good! But worry not, before the grand finale takes place there happen quite a few things first: For instance our heroes encounter more and more monsters they never knew about or heard of
and also most certainly never wanted to know about as well, Tyson has intriguing conversations with Hephaestus and Percy tries his hand at teaching.
”Well, a Cyclops. Good, good. What are you doing travelling with this lot?”
“Uh…” said Tyson, staring in wonder at the god.
“Yes, well said,” Hephaestus agreed.
”New lesson, class,” I announced. “Most monsters will vaporize when sliced with a celestial bronze sword. This change is perfectly normal, and will happen to you right now if you don’t BACK OFF!”
Okay, that one didn’t go all that well and I strongly doubt that this is a possible future career path. At least not for Percy. ;-P I’ve to admit that he grew quite a lot in this book though. Alone his encounter with a certain girl on a certain island shows how much his character developed and changed over the course of those last few books. And, yes some part of me ached with Percy. >_<
The ending of this book made me really sad but unfortunately I’m more than just certain that the worst is yet to come. There’s one last and final book and I’m convinced that it’s waiting for me at my library! I think I’ll just, you know, finish this review, leave you here and go grab it! ;-P Happy reading and take care!
I can’t believe I’m already reading the fourth book!
As it seems Percy Jackson reads really fast! *lol*
Also I’m very curious how this series is going to continue. As far as I know this is the penultimate book and since the last book took a turn to the dark side I can only assume that this will hold true for “The Battle of the Labyrinth” as well.
I wonder if they’ll meet the Minotaur. XD
Let’s do this! I’m ready! 😉