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A mix between modern day, and egyption days
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5.0
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5.0
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0.0
Reader reviewed by Drew

The Red Pyramid                                                Hyperion books, 2010, 516 pp., $8.99


Rick Riordan                                                                                   ISBN9781423113386


                       


This is the start of the first book of the Kane series.


Carter Kane and Sadie Kane have both lived different lives ever since their mom died.  They like how they live right now, Carter travels around the world with his dad, and his sister stays with her grandparents in England. Thats until they get to a British museum and blow it to pieces from their dad. Now they have a bigger problem, their dad didnt just blow up the museum, he released all the Egyptian gods.


            The two are forced together as an unlikely pair and their Uncle Amos has to show them the world of Egyptian magic. Though one thought has bothered them, their dad might be still alive. If so, whos responsible for the explosion over at the museum? The answer is the god Set, the god of chaos. As soon as he escapes with the other gods, he plans to take over the world that we know. Forming a Red Pyramid that Carter and Sadie have to save the world from, even if it means letting go of their dad&


            I enjoyed this book from head to toe, how it involves action, mystery, and even humor. I can recommend this book to anyone, and to see how far these kids can get while buried with problems, but determination and a little bit of luck, can get them anywhere.



 


            -Andrew Nicol

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