The Red Pyramid

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Daniel Corley 9/15/12 Period 3

The Red Pyramid By Rick Riordan

The Red Pyramid is about two kids who have the powers of ancient Egyptian gods, and have to stop an evil god from destroying the world. Carter Kane travels around the world with his father, while Sadie, Carter’s sister, lives in England with her grandparents. Their mother died when she tried to seal the chaos snake named Apophis six years before at Cleopatra’s Needle in London. They’re father, Julius Kane, is an Egyptian magician. He tried summoning Osiris with the Rosetta stone, but Set came out instead, and released the other children of the demon days. After Julius becomes the host of Osiris, he is put in a coffin, and sent to the underworld by Set. Carter and Sadie’s uncle Amos takes them to Brooklyn, where he has a mansion, and then Carter and Sadie go to the House of Life. While there, Carter finds out he is the host of Horus, and Sadie finds out that she is the host of Isis. They have to go to Phoenix Arizona before Set’s birthday in order to stop him from destroying the world. Sadie and Carter arrive in Phoenix, where Carter becomes one with Horus, and Sadie becomes one with Isis. They work together, and travel to Washington D.C., where Sadie banishes Set to the Duat. Then Apophis shows up, where they work together and beat him too. After, they live with their uncle Amos in Brooklyn, and give up being hosts of gods and goddesses.
Carter Kane is a fourteen year old boy who travels around the world, and also found out that he was the host of Horus. He is very tactical and doesn’t jump to conclusions, and he follows

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