Jun 292011
 

Hott Synopsis

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Percy is in awe that his mother’s boyfriend would work so hard to get him into the high school that where he works. All Percy has to do is not screw up – but that’s just not as easy as it sounds. Especially when he can’t even make it through orientation without being attached by the cheerleading squad.

Percy manages to escape the cheerleaders with a little help from a new mortalfriend and manages to make it to camp where he finds himself in the midst of another quest – one that Annabeth is leading. In this quest they must prevent Luke from reawakening Kronos and destroying the camp. It’s made much easier when they find that Luke has found an access to camp through Daedalus’s Labyrinth. So all they need to do is find Daedalus, navigate his impossible labyrinth, and save the camp.

No big deal, right?

Hott Review

The kids were enthralled! We listened to this on the way back from Florida – a peaceful seventeen hour drive made possible by Rick Riordan. He, CS Lewis, and the Adventures in Odyssey team are the reason I don’t mind taking my children away. Try it!!

Even I had to put down my regularly scheduled read and listen.

Author: Rick Riordan
Rating: B+
Steam: YA
Series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians #4
Publisher: Hyperion Publish Date: May 6th 2008
ISBN: 1423101464 Price: $2.98(Half)
Others in the series: The Lightning Thief, 1
The Sea of Monsters, 2
The Titan’s Curse, 3
The Battle of the Labyrinth, 4
Percy Jackson and the Sword of Hades, 4.5
The Last Olympian, 5 

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  1. This series is a must read for me and my boys this summer!

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