Rick Riordan wrote the American fantasy-adventure novel The Battle of The Labyrinth Audiobook, which is based on Greek mythology. The fourth book in the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series is titled this one. Hyperion Books for Children, an imprint of Disney Publishing Worldwide, released the book for the first time in the United States on May 6, 2008.
The Battle of The Labyrinth Audiobook – Storyline And Review:
|Name:||The Battle of The Labyrinth CD.|
|Published:||March 6, 2008.|
|Series:||Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series, Book# 4|
|Genre:||Fantasy, Young Adult, Mythology, Fiction And Adventure.|
|Rating:||4.41 Star Review.|
The majority of reviews for The Battle of the Labyrinth MP 3 were favorable. It has been hailed not only as an excellent novel in and of itself but also as an excellent continuation of the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series. For instance, in its star review, Kirkus Reviews said that the book was “[Riordan’s] best one yet.”
The Battle of The Labyrinth Audiobook Free is a popular Mythology Fictional Novel written by Rick Riordan. It was originally published on March 6, 2008. The book is fourth (04) in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians Audiobook Series. It follows the genre of Fantasy, Adult, Mythology, Fiction and Adventure. The book has a rating of 4.41 Star Review on GoodReads.
Percy Jackson meets Rachel Elizabeth Dare, a mortal who can see through the Mist, at freshman orientation at Goode High School. She assists him in escaping two empousai. Percy makes his way to Camp Half-Blood, where he finds out that Grover is having problems with the Council of Cloven Elders because he didn’t find Pan.
Annabeth Chase and Percy accidentally discover a doorway into the Labyrinth while participating in a competition organized by Quintus, the new sword instructor. This opens up a potential path for Luke Castellan’s invasion. Annabeth is given command of a mission to locate Daedalus and persuade him not to give Luke the string from Ariadne, which would have helped Luke navigate the Labyrinth. Grover, Percy, and Tyson are the ones she selects to accompany her.
About The Author (Rick Riordan):
Big Red Tequila, the first book in the Tres Navarre series, was Rick Riordan’s first full-length novel. His most significant achievement was The Lightning Thief (2005), the first book in the five-volume Percy Jackson and the Olympians series about a group of contemporary teenagers.