In their first encounter, demigod Percy Jackson and magician Carter Kane had to battle a giant crocodile on Long Island. A month later, Annabeth Chase ran into Carter's sister, Sadie, on the A train to Rockaway, where the pair fought a god named Serapis. Now trouble is brewing again, this time on Governor's Island. An ancient Egyptian magician named Setne has come back from the dead and is experimenting with Egyptian and Greek magic, trying to become a god himself. He's so powerful and tricky that all four—Percy, Annabeth, Carter, and Sadie—have to team up against him. But their usual weapons and spells aren't going to cut it this time. Will the heroes be taken down by a wannabe god who looks like Elvis, or will they rise to the challenge? Told from Percy's point of view, this third demigod-magician crossover story has all of the spunk and action that Rick Riordan fans crave.
This is gonna be AWESOME!!! This could be the beginnning of a beautiful friendship…
First of all, I would like to tell my fellow reviewers that I AM THE FIRST ONE TO REVIEW THIS EXTREMELY AWESOME BOOK!! :D
This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship between the Greeks and Egyptians. Maybe Rick will even make a new series based off of the Hellenistic (Ptolomaic) era! I am so excited… Please, Rick. Release all of the Percy/Kane crossovers in paperback!
Different and interesting
My only gripe is how short it is. I genuinely hope Riordan is writing a new series that combines our Greek heroes and Egyptian magicians, because I would devour the books ASAP!
I did not buy it
I read the real copy tho so i know its pretty good but its really short. Im ten and i read the entire triles of Apollo ark in one day.
That would be around 300 pages for each book.
So 1500 pages approximate. This took me about 5 minutes so…