In this riveting third book in the Trials of Apollo series, three young demigods must journey through the Labyrinth to save their friends and prevent an even greater disaster. Percy, Annabeth, and Leo have faced death traps before, but this time they’re really in trouble … The gods are angry at them for saving Gaea’s life instead of allowing her to perish. They’ve been turned into animals—Percy is a deer, Annabeth is a weasel, and Leo is a lion cub. And unless they can regain human form by sundown on Saturday night or complete three dangerous tasks set by Zeus himself within that time period,—they’ll be stuck as animals forever! The only way out? To become like their opponents…the evil Titans!
For who is this book for ?
12 and up Who are the main characters? Rick Riordan Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, Leo Valdez, Hazel Levesque, Frank Zhang.
- The characters are well-developed and likable.
- The plot is exciting and fast-paced.
- This book is a great read for both children and adults.
- The characters are animals for most of the book, which can be pretty annoying.
- The tasks the heroes have to do are pretty dangerous and risky.
- It’s a bit depressing when all your favorite characters might end up being turned into statues or something if they don’t succeed in their quest.
Learn more about the author
Rick Riordan is the author of Percy Jackson and The Olympians, Book One: The Lightning Thief. He lives in San Antonio, Texas with his wife and two sons.
“This book is amazing! Percy, Annabeth and Leo are my favorite characters. They’re so funny when they turn into animals!”
“Action-packed and full of Greek mythology, this series is perfect for reluctant readers. With plenty of humor to offset the danger, Riordan makes ancient tales relevant and exciting for young people.”
“Rick Riordan at his best!”