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  • Amzing adventure

    The final book of the Kane Chronicles and as the previous ones very nicely written. The book takes you on one last journey with Carter and Sadie as they travel through Ancient Egypt to stop the end of the world. Which they may have slightly started. Rick Riordan has written it in a way that even if you know very little about Egyptian mythology you can still understand it as everything gets explained rather nicely. I am curious to see if the Kane family will come back in some future books.

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  • Best Kane Chronicles Book

    This book is the best Kane Chronicles book. Out of 10 I would give it 9 1/2.

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  • A good ending to the trilogy.

    Sadie and Carter has to save all of creation from being destroyed by Chaos. My favourite character throughout the series is Bast, the cat goddess. She’s awesome in so many ways that enriches the story. Sadie reads older than a thirteen-year-old (more fifteen, sixteen?) which makes me feel that this book should be labelled Young Adult. Her relationships are complex and she’s much more mature than a thirteen-year-old girl. Of course, everything she’s had to deal with had matured her… I like her more than her brother – probably her snark and humour that combines to make a great character. I’ll add a trigger warning of death, odd relationships (the whole being the eye of a god thing), a trigger warning for those who don’t like mixed race couples, and a trigger warning for cute kindergarteners going off to war crying “Kill! Kill!”. This is a good ending to the trilogy. Lots of action, danger, new magic and foes to look forward to. Everything gets wrapped up neatly, though there is possibility for more stories.

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  • Wow!

    What an awesome ending to the Kane Chronicles trilogy. This story tells of all the values of life through a fun loving(?) story that the whole family will enjoy. I've read the Percy Jackson series, the first two books from the Heroes of Olympus and the previous two books (as well as this book) from the Kane Chronicles, and I believe this is the best so far! I highly recommend it for anyone and everyone! It is so sad to see the trilogy finally come to a close and it has been an excellent trilogy. I can't wait to read the Son of Sobek short story!!!!!!!!!

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  • Awsm

    This book is sooooooo good! If you haven't read it, read it a.s.a.p. THIS BOOK IS AWSM TO THE MAX!!!!!!!

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