The Battle of the Labyrinth - Summary And Analysis For Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

Rick Riordan
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The horses will not let Percy near them. He thinks they would respond to him since he is Poseidon's son, and Poseidon creates horses, but the horses just want to eat him. Time is running out so he went to the river. He meets a naiad who is protecting her water. She feels badly for him when he tells her that he will be sold to the Titans if he does not clean the stables. She tells him there are shells in the dirt. Percy calls up water from the shells and cleans the stables and the horses.

Geyron tries to back out on his promise, and they begin fighting. Percy kills him by shooting an arrow that pierces all three of his hearts. Eurytion is happy to be free for the next hundred years before Geyron...

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