In this Percy Jackson book, it is different at camp. There is a new swords teacher, Quintes, and Mr.D is gone. When playing capture the flag Percy and Annabeth find an entrance to the Labyrinth, a Greek underground maze made by Daedalus. When they find out that the titan army has Kronos rising and is going to attack camp, Percy and his friends must do whatever it takes to keep Camp Half Blood safe. Who will win? Who will die in battle? Read “Percy Jackson: The Battle of the labyrinth” to find out.
I really liked this book because it was full of action and adventure. The reading level is grades 2-8 but the interest level is grades 5-8. I think that people who are interested in Greek mythology and action would really enjoy this book.
Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief
Written By: Rick Riordan
Publish Date: June 2005
Book Review by: Keeleigh Maiden; Ms.Hills 5th grade
Percy Jackson is different. He doesn’t have many friends except Grover, a Satyr. Later in the book Percy Jackson finds out he is a half-blood or demigod. He has to go to camp half blood. But when his old Latin teacher, Mr. Brunner turns out to be a centaur named Chiron who also works at camp things get more crazy. When he first gets there he is stuck in hermes cabin where the “unclaimed” kids go. When playing capture the flag he gets claimed, by his father, Poseidon. When he meets his new friend Annabeth daughter of Athena things get bad. Someone has stolen Zeus’s lightning bolt. Percy Jackson was blamed. Who really did it? Read “Percy Jackson the Lightning Thief” to find out.
I really liked this book because it was full of action and adventure. The reading level is grades 3-8 but the interest level is 5-8. I think that people who are interested in Greek mythology and action would really enjoy this book.