Wow, this book definitely keeps you on edge! There is never a dull moment and Sade and Carter anlways seem to be getting into some kind of trouble. Also I wondered about Muffin the cat because she didn’t seem like a normal cat, but I was very surprised to learn her true identity!
I can’t really get into this book mainly because it isn’t really my genre. My genre is usually fiction/nonfiction involving computers or real life stories of civil rights. Although, one thing that I find interesting is the strong relation to Egyptian culture. So, yea.
I think I’m finally starting to get into this book. I agree with you both though, it’s not really my type and I liked the Percy Jackson series better but I also love that something is always happening. My favorite Character is Bast the cat godess.
I agreee with all of you, this book really isn’t my type, but I am getting more into it as they progress in the book. It is catching my attention. I don’t really like that in the Percy Jackson series you know a little about the Greek Gods and you understand stuff about them, but in this one I feel like I don’t know that much about them. But it is still interesting. I like learning new things.
I cant believe austin read it in three days i barely got caught up to where i need to be. I also really like Bast too she is my favorite. I really like how it is one of thoes different types of books that are kind of weird but really interesting thoes are my favorite types of books.
I have really liked the book so far! It is cool that they are in the sphinx its sounds amazing. I a m at where Sadie is in the hall of ages. They just left Bast awhile ago, I liked her too. I think this is a great book!
I think its wierd how they think everyone can be trusted if they are somewhere unfamiliar to them you would think mabey they would ask a liitle more question not just go with them especially with all that has happend to them so far i just think that is a little stupid of them.
If I were them, I hope I would question things a little more. Like when Amos comes back and they kind of trusted him automatically. I know he is their Uncle and stuff but what about what Zia said? I would try really hard to keep all the important info. away from Amos just in case. Better to be safe than sorry.
You guys made some good points. I definitely think they should be a little less trusting. I’m getting towards the end of the book and it’s really surprising me! I expected the ending to be predictable but it’s really surprised me so far.
Im almost done with this book and i have really enjoyed it i still havent finished it yet but im sure the ending is really exited. i also cant wait to read the other one i looked that one up and it looked really cool.
I am getting closer to the end of the book. I was kind of bummed out that Amos was the one that Set was “possessing.” I wanted it to be Desjardins. it fit his personality a little better. i kind of saw it coming though. but i still felt bad. so far the book has been surprising in some places. but i like it.
I was surprised at the ending. the whole entire book was surprising. i liked it. at the beginning it was kind of boring but then when the action started more i became more interested in it. although i don’t think i would read it again. maybe. but i don’t know. i kind of liked it though.
i was surprised at the end their mom and dad turned out to be gods and rulers of the underworld, usually that’s a bad thing, ……… but it would be kind of cool to live in the hall of judgment and get a tiny little “devourer” to sit on your lap.
This book was pretty good, i probably wouldn’t read it again. not because i didn’t like it, but because it isn’t really my type of book. it took a while for me to really get into it. it was kind of weird to me. but it was good.
OMG i loved this book im on the second one right now! this book is da bomb i think its cool how there is like never a boring part at all in this book these guys are interacting with gods and people and such i love this book its awesome!