Editions of The Serpents Shadow by Rick Riordan
Rick Riordan Audiobook The Serpent's Shadow The Kane Chronicles
The Serpent's Shadow: The Kane Chronicles, Book 3 (Unabridged)
Remember Me. He's b-a-a-ack! Despite their best efforts, Carter and Sade Kane can't seem to keep Apophis, the chaos snake, down. Now Apophis is threatening to plunge the world into eternal darkness, and the Kanes are faced with the impossible task of having to destroy him once and for all. Unfortunately, the magicians of the House of Life are on the brink of civil war, the gods are divided, and the young initiates of Brooklyn House stand almost alone against the forces of chaos.
The Serpent's Shadow is a fantasy adventure novel based on Egyptian mythology written by American author Rick Riordan. It is the third and final novel in The Kane Chronicles series. It was published by Disney Hyperion on May 1, This book begins six months after the events of the preceding novel, when Carter Kane and Sadie Kane travel to the 51st nome, Dallas, with their initiates and meet J. Grissom, the leader of the nome. They tell him that they need a magic scroll from the King Tut exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art, or his nome will get attacked and destroyed by the forces of Apophis, the god of chaos, who will rise, swallow the sun, and destroy the world in three days time. Sadie sees a face in the wall which tells them they instead need a golden box.
When young magicians Carter and Sadie Kane learned how to follow the path of the Ancient Egyptian gods, they knew they would have to play an important role in restoring Ma'at-order-to the world. What they didn't know is how chaotic the world would become. The Chaos snake Apophis is loose and threatening to destroy the earth in three days' time. The magicians are divided. The gods are disappearing, and those who remain are weak. Walt, one of Carter and Sadie's most gifted initiates, is doomed and can already feel his life force ebbing.
The Kane Chronicles, Book 2. Presently Apophis is undermining to dive the world into endless obscurity, and the Kanes are confronted with the unthinkable errand of destroying him for the last time. Tragically, the mystical performers of the House of Life are on the very edge of common war, the divine beings are partitioned, and the youthful starts of Brooklyn House stand alone against the powers of disarray. Nothing not as much as the mortal world is in question when the Kane family satisfies its predetermination in this exciting conclusion to the Kane Chronicles. Apophis is rising and confusion is going to crush the world.