In this latest installment of the blockbuster series, time is running out as war between the Olympians and the evil Titan lord, Kronos, draws near. Even the safe haven of Camp Half-Blood grows more vulnerable by the minute as Kronos' army prepares to invade its once impenetrable borders. To stop the invasion, Percy and his demigod friends must set out on a quest through the Labyrinth - a sprawling underground world with stunning surprises at every turn.
Full of humor and heart-pounding action, this latest audiobook promises to be their most thrilling adventure yet.
Don't miss the other titles in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.
©2008 Rick Riordan; (P)2008 Random House, Inc.
The story was great, and the performance was good too. I felt like the narrator accidentally mixed up the voices once or twice, and I felt like two of the characters' voices were a bit over dramatic, but I found it funny. The audiobook is over 14 hours, and it's great for one of those days when you're sick in bed and you don't feel like doing anything.
I guess so. I haven't read the print version so I really can't compare the two.
This book had to be my favorite, it had soo much going on it was great. It had all the characters and new ones that brought different excitement to the whole story line.
When Grover finally found Pan
The whole scene with Pan and Grover. and then the end scene when the guy who built the labrath finally released his soul to death..
Like many of you probably, Audible has become my best friend. I'm a huge fan of paranormal fantasies and mysteries.
The Battle of the Labyrinth is the best of all!
The book itself, the story, was lovely. I wouldn't change anything.
ANYONE. The narration for the first few of these books was better, but by this book the accents and over-the-top overacting had me wincing, and turning off the book because I found it very annoying. There was an entire fight portion with a monster that I actually had to fast-forward through, because it was too bad for me to listen to. I was interested in that part of the story, but could not continue.
I realize this is a book for teens. I have 4 teenage children, and they laughed uproariously and with derision every time there was a new bad accent, to the point they couldn't hear the story. At one point my 14-year old daughter said, GOD MOM, TURN IT OFF, I CAN'T TAKE IT. Then she went on to read the book in print, because she wanted to know the story without that narration.
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