Book Report on Rick Riordan's "The Battle of The Labyrinth" Essay
This book is exiting from the first page to the last, all throughout, it will have you asking "what will happen next?" Many people will enjoy this book, but boys from ages ten to seventeen will really love it. Girls from ages ten to fourteen, will also enjoy it beacuse of the prescense of strong female characters. Iwould not reccomend this book only to, well only those who can't read!
In a camp for half-human, half-gods nothing is less than adventurous. Percy Jackson is the son of Poseidon, the sea god, with a mortal mother. He attends camp Half-Blood every summer. When an old rival, Luke, discovers the power of the Labyrinth, Percy and his friends Annabelle and Tyson, a cyclops, must descend into the Labyrinth. They have to find the creator of the Labyrinth, Daedalus, before Luke does. Furthermore Rick Riordan's brilliantly written and worded adventure novel "The Battle of The Labyrinth" is a great addition to this great series of books that tie directly into Greek mythology. Readers will definitely want to dive headfirst into this series, or for those already tangled up in the massively entertaining plot, directly into this book. Percy Jackson is a young demigod with almost no intention of trouble, it seems to follow him with an undying thirst to make his life miserable. For example in the first scene Percy's Mother's boyfriend, is the vice principal of a school. He decides to give Percy a