The Red PyramideBook - 2010
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The Egyptian god Set has been set loose in London.
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blue_monkey_6412 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
Black_Hamster_25 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
blue_goat_171 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 25
violet_rabbit_12 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 15
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There is a creepy zombie-dude named Face of Horror (Riordan describes vividly). Set is evil. Might be disturbing to younger children when a certain character is discovered to really be a shabti and breaks into pieces.
Other: WARNING WARNING WARNING This book might make you fall heads over tails for Rick Riordans books. It might also make you stay up late - like, really late.
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It is about a brother and a sister . Who gets involved with egyption magic when their dad was trying to bring their mom back to life.
In the book The Red Pyramid, by Rick Riordan, the sibling protagonists Carter and Sadie take turns explaining their journey through the USA to stop the Egyptian god of evil,Seth[Set], from destroying North America. Carter and Sadie learn magic from Egyptian magicians. This book is full of Egyptian myths.
Sadie Kane and Carter Kane don't live close together...They are the most powerful magicians. Something frantic happens that lets out danger. Sadie and Carter have to save the world before it is taken over by an evil man.
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"We're not done, mister. I expect you to look after my parents. And next time I'm in the Land of the Dead, you and I will have words."
''Chaos is rising. Apophis is gaining strength, which means we have to gain strength too.''
“Oh no.” I said panic rising in my chest. “No, no, no, somebody get a can opener. I’ve got a god in my head!!”
― Carter Kane, The Red Pyramid