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The Kane Chronicles - The Throne of Fire
The Kane Chronicles - The Throne of Fire | Rick Riordan
Rick Riordan The Kane Chronicles - The Throne of Fire
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DJasmine
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Title: The Throne of Fire
Author: Rick Riordan
Genre: Fantasy
Date Started: October 5, 2019
Date Completed: October 24, 2019
How did you choose this book: I read the first book of the Kane Chronicles and decided to read the second book so I borrowed it from the EPL.
Summary: Although they may have won their fight with Set, the god of evil and chaos, Sadie Kane and Carter Kane have much bigger obstacles to overcome. (part 1/3)
*452 pages*

DJasmine Now the two siblings train young magicians to master their skills while also preparing to prevent Apophis, the Chaos snake, from escaping his prison and destroying the world. They only have a few days to stop this from happening, but the first step to do so is to gather the Book of Ra and then learn how to chant the spells it contains.
(part 2/3)
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DJasmine Then awaken and resurrect the sun god, Ra, in order to get help so that they can stop Apophis; the problem is, no one knows where the sun god exactly is. Will they be able to stop Apophis or will the world come to an end?
(part 3/3)
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Aylandra
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Better than The Red Pyramid.
The structure is the same, although I was used to it by now, the story is more interesting, and covers some more obscure mythology, fairly well so far as I could tell.
The story itself was a lot more interesting, as it leads on directly after the previous book and focuses on a threat bigger than before, and how the main characters have a plan to overcome the threat.
Overall a good story, with a good plot twist ;)

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Jen_Reads
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Dollar store find! The jacket is a little wrinkled, but for $1 I‘ll take it.

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timiddrake
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Another action packed adventure from Uncle Rick. Sadie reminds me of Percy and I just kept thinking about what would happen if those two ever quested together. Probably nothing good!

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timiddrake

Only two more chapters to go. I‘m at that point where I want to know what happens but I don‘t want the book to end!

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B00kNerd746
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Pluralconstant
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Mehso-so

Compared to Riordan‘s other stories, the narrators (Sadie and Carter) have a tendency to repeat themselves at times. It‘s not exactly bad, but it does get my attention and it‘s one of those little annoying habits some authors get into. Also feels like Game of Thrones, don‘t like any characters because you‘re going to hate what happens. Still was a decent read, and part of me is excited to move onto the last book, and see how this plays out.

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Pluralconstant
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Currently on the 2nd book of the Kane Chronicles. I have read everything else by Rick Riordan (except for the short cross-over stories), and have loved everything so far, but something about this trilogy doesn‘t seem to have the same power as his other series. Riordan does an amazing job with mythology though, that‘s for sure.

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JuliaTheBookNerd
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tournevis Yes, yes it does, especially this particular Linux penguin. 2y
TK-421 Penguins are my answer to most of life's troubles! ❤️🐧 2y
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bookworm.krizia
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This one is better than the 1st book in the Kane Chronicles. It was different from the Percy Jackson series unlike the 1st one. This one is a great stand alone novel and it made me want to read more about Egyptian mythology. This one is really exciting and a must read for Rick Riordan fans. I wish Rick Riordan would make this a 5-book series instead of 3 and I wish there would be more on Carter than on Sadie.

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Purplerosiepage
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Blah blah “Zia.” Blah blah “secret name.” 🙄 I‘m half way through and I‘m hate-reading this tedious book. Not Riordan‘s best.

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VicariousBookworm
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Excellent book 2 for a series. Some small inconsistencies, but overall great. Fast paced and fun end of summer read.

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mswriterlygirl
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In the Garden District.

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TheresaGivan
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I finished the #24in48 reading challenge! I'm halfway through The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan, but reading is just going to have to wait to as I am traveling first thing in the morning and I put off packing in order to finish the marathon. As always it was so much fun! Proud of everyone! Until next time, my lovelies. ☺

moranadatter Congrats!🎉 3y
vivastory Congratulations 👍 💪 🎊 📖 📚 3y
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bookssweetaspie
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Loving this series so far! Went the cheap route and checked all three books in the series out from the library....Hence the not so pretty white patch on the cover. But you don't judge a book by it's cover anyway--it's what inside that counts💜

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maximoffs
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Riordan is always great, I've just struggled with having barely any knowledge of the Egyptian mythos comparatively to Greek/Roman.

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