The Serpent's Shadow, Rick Riordan
Rick Riordan

The Serpent's Shadow

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He's b-a-a-ack! Despite their best efforts, Carter and Sadie Kane can't seem to keep Apophis, the chaos snake, down. Now Apophis is threatening to plunge the world into eternal darkness, and the Kanes are faced with the impossible task of having to destroy him once and for all. Unfortunately, the magicians of the House of Life are on the brink of civil war, the gods are divided, and the young initiates of Brooklyn House stand almost alone against the forces of chaos. The Kanes' only hope is an ancient spell that might turn the serpent's own shadow into a weapon, but the magic has been lost for a millennia. To find the answer they need, the Kanes must rely on the murderous ghost of a powerful magician who might be able to lead them to the serpent's shadow . . . or might lead them to their deaths in the depths of the underworld.
Nothing less than the mortal world is at stake when the Kane family fulfills its destiny in this thrilling conclusion to the Kane Chronicles.
Amazon.com Review Amazon Exclusive: What are Sadie and Carter Kane Reading?
Sadie Kane: «Reading? You should talk to my brother the genius… Sometimes I read books about London and occasionally I try to learn new hieroglyphics, but mostly I’m too busy with trainees and trying to defeat Apophis.”
My Reading List:
The Symbolic World of Egyptian Amulets by Philippe Germond
Treasures of the British Museum by Marjorie Caygill
The Annotated Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
City Secrets London: The Essential Insider’s Guide by Robert Kahn and Tim Adams
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
Concise Dictionary of Middle Egyptian by R.O. Faulkner
Egyptian Love Spells and Rituals by Claudia Dillaire
Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
Carter Kane: “I read a lot. That’s why Sadie calls me Mr. Wikipedia. My dad is a pretty big history buff, so I read classics and try to learn as much as I can about Egypt and my ancestors. It’s good research when you’re trying to saving the world.”
My Reading List:
The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Civilizations by John Haywood
Falconry: The Essential Guide by Steve Wright
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr., by Martin Luther King and Clayborne Carson
The Egyptian Book of the Dead translated by Robert P. Winston and Wallace Budge
Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau
The Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt by Elizabeth Payne
The LA Lakers: 50 Amazing Years in the City of Angels by the LA Times Sports Staff
Britannia in Brief: The Scoop on All Things British by Leslie Baker and William Mullins
The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas
ReviewStorytelling that will get readers hooked — Philip Ardagh The Guardian Witty and inspired. Gripping, touching and deliciously satirical. Times Sure to become a classic Sunday Express
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