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Rick Riordan - The Kane Chronicles 2 - The Throne of Fire · Read more · The Kane Chronicles, The, Book Two: Throne of Fire. Read more. Rick Riordan - The Kane Chronicles 2 - The Throne of Fire. Read more The Kane Chronicles 1 The Red Pyramid · Read more. Read The Throne of Fire (Kane Chronicles #2) online free from your iPhone, iPad , android, Pc, Mobile. The Throne of Fire is a Fantasy novel by Rick Riordan.
Mar 25, Sesana rated it liked it Shelves: Everyone here calls the soda Bebsi. As descendants of the House of Life, the Kanes have some powers at their command, but the devious gods have not given them much time to master their skills at Brooklyn House, which has become a training ground for young magicians. It feels artificial. Another thing I didn't like? I do know who's Ra and Isis. That said, I was astounded with how much I ended up liking Best.
Only Ra, the absentee sun god, has the power to stop him. But first Ra must be woken by the teenage Kane siblings, Sadie and Carter, and their new trainees in magic, Jaz and Walt. They begin a globe-trotting quest to find the three scrolls of the Book of Ra, which contain the spells needed to wake him from his sleep. Todo el viaje de los Kane para despertar a Ra y evitar que Apofis se libere y el caos consuma el mundo es maravilloso, inquietante, trepidante y lleno de aventuras imposibles de superar.
Espero leer pronto el tercer libro y cerrar esta saga. View 2 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Read on the 16th of May This book was wonderful. This book was a fast paced, never ending ride of awesome the entire way through yeah, yeah, tacky but sue me.
It was action packed and fun, with the perfect blend of friendship, humour and romance to draw you in and captivate you the entire way through. It was great to see all the wonderful characters from the first book back, along with some new inclusions.
Bes, Walt, Jaz were all excellent additions to a cast of characters that I love already.
Carter and Sadie continue to be fabulous main characters and I love following them on their journeys. Still Sadie is hanging in there and managing to lean things as she goes. I admit that I don't have the same love for Carter as I do for Sadie.
He's not quite as interesting and at times can be bland, but he's beginning to take shape too and I like character growth. Although I missed seeing Bast in this book, but I thought Bes was a terrific replacement. He was gross and grumpy and kind and funny and just a great guy. I almost feel sorry for our two heroes. Ra is still, well, senile and Zia apparently has some big destiny that we all know nothing about View all 27 comments. Jul 15, Maureen rated it liked it.
I love Carter and Sadie as characters and narrators, they're so sassy and fun and the best. However, the story and the conflict just hasn't been grabbing my attention. It's fun but not amazing? Would still recommend for fans of Riordan. It's not as good as his other stuff but it's still super fun!
If I can say nothing else about Rick Riordan RR I will say he is without a doubt an entertaining storyteller no matter what age you are. The best thing about this book is that there are more kids. It just makes for a little more humor when you have kids interacting with other kids instead of adults. Now that Sadie and Carter are helping to train some new kids at Brooklyn house there is rooms for If I can say nothing else about Rick Riordan RR I will say he is without a doubt an entertaining storyteller no matter what age you are.
Now that Sadie and Carter are helping to train some new kids at Brooklyn house there is rooms for some new and interesting characters. Somewhere in Antarctica, a whole flock of Magellanic penguins were undergoing psychotherapy.
There were all kinds of new gods and obstacles to deal with along the way and Sadie and Carter have to prove even to the gods that want Ra to return they are strong enough to complete the task. I love the sibling relationship between Cater and Sadie. They antagonize and provoke each other but they are also the firt to stand up and fight for their sibling if they are ever in danger. Katrina tried to kiss, or possibly spit on Hindenburg, and Hindenburg farted in response.
I found this a depressing commentary on boy-girl relationships. But he might just be a little obsessed, so much so that he is seeing clues everywhere. Two weeks ago, you thought she was sending you a distress call in your mashed potatoes. Carved right in the potatoes! Who said waking up a god would be easy never went looking for one with and evil Ice Cream vendor hot on their trail.
Add in the hint of a blossoming romance between Sadie and Walt or Sadie and Anubus and this story has a little bit of everything.
All in all a fun and entertaining ride. Sure this is a MG book but it is just as fun for kids of all ages. But if you have might as well expand your RR mythology and add a little Egyptian to it. View 1 comment. Jan 21, Haylee Luu rated it it was ok Shelves: I found The Throne of Fire is really well written with some great twist but this book is so, unoriginal.
Let's see.. The world is at the end. Two kids are their savior. Mob of monster and obstacles. The way they saved the world was predictable. I can even guess that when they gambled with Khonsu. I felt like everything was okay, 2 stars rate has never happened with Rick Riordan's works, until now.
I felt like everything was spinning around Sadie. Carter plunged into trouble. Sadie solved the problem. Carter was injured. Sadie solved the problem again. Even the sentiment was not fair, too. Carter's was just about 3 chapters while Sadie relationship occupied almost everywhere. The relationship lines, oh yeah. Stupid, easily-to-obssesed,egoistic hero. But there were some good things i like about this.
It was freaking hilarious. He always made me laugh. Bast the ludicruos but awesome. I melt with Sadie everytime there was Anubis. Overall, The Throne of fire is a adventurous, hilarious book that might be enjoyable if you like "a bunch of fights", mythologic book and the Kane Chronicles. I can't believe i'd say this but i like the 1st better. May 15, Aj the Ravenous Reader rated it it was amazing Shelves: Reading dozens of books after this, I may have forgotten most of the events I read in this book but I do recall how much I enjoyed reading this sequel to The Red Pyramid.
Aug 31, Laly Arce Chumpitassi rated it really liked it. Jan 02, Kendall Anne rated it it was amazing Shelves: Wow, I can't believe the second book is already coming out! The first one was OK.
I really hope this book is good, better than The Red Pyramid. The cover art looks nice, and the title seems cool. I will totally still read it though! I hope the like this one, and I also can't wait for The Wow, I can't believe the second book is already coming out! It totally surprised me!!!!!!! Definitely five stars!!! View all 6 comments. Mar 25, Sesana rated it liked it Shelves: There are plenty of reasons, and the fact that I don't like Egyptian mythology nearly as much as Greek mythology probably has a lot to do with it.
I don't know as much about what Riordan is playing with, so I can't fully appreciate it. And I'm just not as invested in, say, Bast as I am in Apollo. That said, I was astounded with how much I ended up liking Best.
It took awhile for him to grow on me, but by the I just don't like the Kane Chronicles books as much as I like the Camp Halfblood books. It took awhile for him to grow on me, but by the end of the book he was one of the best things in it.
The system of magic used here is interesting, and it makes internal sense. I'm not nearly familiar enough with Egyptian mythology or magic to say if it's accurate, but it feels right. It's also a refreshingly welcome change from the basically superhero demigods from Camp Halfblood. The characters in this series also feel younger, even though they're roughly the same age as Percy and company.
It's mostly a maturity factor. I would never claim that Percy is a model of maturity in a teenage boy, but Carter and Sadie sure make him look good. Maybe it's because they don't have an Annabeth with them, somebody who is actually responsible. Maybe it's because, compared to demigods, magicians have it easy. Their abilities seem much more predictable and controlled, and they don't tend to have monsters trying to kill them all the time. Whatever the reason, neither Carter nor Sadie seem to be taking this whole saving the world thing quite as seriously as they should be, or as seriously as Percy and company would be in their place.
I mean, Sadie takes a day off the quest to celebrate her birthday. Trying to imagine Annabeth's reaction to that was, without a doubt, the most fun that I had with this book. Carter is somewhat better than Sadie, but I just couldn't like either of them. My grandfather had Alzheimer's, so their reactions to him really hit a nerve. I'm also not a fan of the gimmick Riordan went with for the storytelling. Supposedly, the entire book was narrated onto a tape recorder by Carter and Sadie.
But it just doesn't read that way. When people are telling a story, they don't remember the huge chunks of dialog that Carter and Sadie are supposedly retelling here. It feels artificial. The best thing to do is just pretend that we're never told it's a tape recording and go from there. I wonder if maybe I'm being too hard on this book because I love the Camp Halfblood series so much. If I'd never read it, I wouldn't have found this one faintly disappointing.
Then again, if I weren't hooked on Percy and company, I might not persist in reading this series. View all 4 comments. Quattro stelle nonostante il fatto che io abbia dovuto sopportare Sadie Kane come protagonista Well done, Rick Riordan!
Jun 24, P rated it liked it Shelves: View all 3 comments.
Apr 22, Raoofa Ibrahim rated it it was amazing Shelves: Waaaaaay better than the 1st book! I advice everyone to start reading this series, It's confusing sometimes, the Egyptian Mythology, but we can't deny a few aspects of it.. Another diamond from Rick.
This man can write no wrong! Estoy que tiro el libro a la basura Son japoneses OK? Jun 02, Duffy Pratt rated it did not like it Shelves: Enough is enough.
The kids are alternatively characterless or annoying. They make stupid decision after stupid decision, and then when things look hopeless, they get bailed out by another Egyptian god who appears out of nowhere. Then, after they have been bailed out and rescued, again and again, everyone bows down to these two idiots for the wonderful things that they've done.
Here, once again Riordan's hero kids are faced with the end of the world coming in five days.
So what does the girl do? S Enough is enough. She says: The end of the world can wait. I'm going to London to celebrate my birthday.
Of course, in London a trap awaits her. She can't get out of it herself, but a new god appears and saves her by putting on a speedo and crying "Boo! Then with three days left, he finds out the location of the girl he loves even though he has never met her , and he immediately decides to put saving the world on hold, so he can go rescue her. Of course, its a trap, and Later on, the girl finds out that there might be some hope that she might be able to save Walt, the guy she has the hots for, from his curse.
That's when she decides that the quest she's on might be worthwhile. Because saving the world from complete destruction just isn't enough to make things interesting. That part actually reminded me of a really funny Woody Allen story where he plays gin rummy with Death. If he loses Death is going to take his soul.
As they start dealing, Allen says, "What do you think? A nickel a point? At the beginning, its clear that five Egyptians got released from the Du'at and they have possessed mortals. That's the only way they can appear in our world: She tried to take Sadie's mom as a host, but settled for a cat instead. Somehow, never explained, she then appears to the Kane's in her own form, without any host at all. How possible? It's never explained. And then, Gods without hosts start appearing all over the place.
So what are we supposed to make of this idea of Isis, Osiris, Set, Nepthys and Horus all needing hosts. What does it matter? Pack in enough fake action and maybe no-one will notice that none of this makes a lick of sense. Finally, the high moment of drama in this book came in a very tense game of Parcheesi.
At every moment, when I thought Riordan couldn't possibly make things more stupid and silly, he outdoes himself. It's almost as if he set himself a task to see how lame he could make these books and still draw legions of fans. But, as P. Barnum said "Nobody ever lost a dollar by underestimating the taste of the American public.
View all 7 comments. May 07, Thomas rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Individuals possessing a "Y" chromosome. This book doesn't really deserve a full four stars, but because I'm such a lenient reviewer nice guy I'll stick with this rating. I do have a reason for giving The Throne of Fire four stars, though my personal reading experience warrants a three or 3.
It's because this book is just so good for a certain type of reader, the type that would much rather be playing Xbox or watching mind-numbing television. I'm sure you know who I'm talking about. They're referred to as "reluctant readers", but I li This book doesn't really deserve a full four stars, but because I'm such a lenient reviewer nice guy I'll stick with this rating.
They're referred to as "reluctant readers", but I like to call them by their shorter and sweeter name. I kid, I kid. I actually dislike it when people assume I don't enjoy reading because I'm male.
I also dislike it when people assume I enjoy watching football because I'm male, but that's beside the point. The thing is, Rick Riordan knows how to write a great book for boys. The plot of this book is so entrenched in action that readers of all ages will have difficulty putting it down. Rick Riordan's writing is pretty tight, too, which is one reason why I prefer pre-teen males to read his books as opposed to scanning graphic novels or playing video games.
If you don't know this about me already, I have a penchant for reading chick-lit and romance novels - so the fact that I got through this The Throne of Fire speaks for itself. This book had serious flaws though. There were a lot of unnecessary attempts to evoke humor. For example, when the protagonists encountered enemies the author would throw in a "funny" observation that fell flat like, wow, that thing is really ugly Another problem I had with this novel was that Sadie and Carter never really lost a battle - sure, they would be drained of magic or tired from casting spells, but something would happen to make them revitalized and ready to go a couple of minutes later.
As for the romance Though I am slightly interested in Anubis because of his sad, sad eyes which were mentioned about a thousand times throughout the book Overall, a good book.
It took me some time to finish because I've been busy and I lost interest a little during the middle section, but that won't happen to everyone. View all 5 comments. May 12, Jewel rated it really liked it Shelves: Actual rating: As far as character development is concerned, Riordan did a better job with the Kane siblings this time. It was interesting to see the older brother-younger sister dynamic between Carter and Sadie as they struggled with the dramatic changes in their lives and tried to save the world at the same time.
In terms of story, I found "The Red Pyramid" more memorable and stronger as an individual book, probably because there wasn't enough resolution in "The Throne of Fire". I was left with too many questions which is understandable because there's going to be a next book.
In this installment, the Rockin' Red Reaper Set was the only god who held my attention. Bes was amusing and likable enough but as expected, Set had more presence.
He's a very entertaining addition and I'd love to see more of him in the future books. Another thing I didn't like? The romantic scenes. Yes, you read that right. I love a good romantic scene as much as the next person but if it's contrived, I find it painful to read.
I found it strange that apparently, Carter did not just have a crush on Zia's shabti. He had fallen in love with her. Say, what?
How the hell did that happen? I thought Anubis and Sadie were quite adorable together in the first book but when Riordan decided to spice things up by making it a love triangle and involving another love interest who happens to be at death's door, it just became awkward.
With all that said, I'll finish by saying that I am still excited to read the third book. Things are bound to get interesting now that Riordan's set the stage. Sep 07, Jianne rated it really liked it Shelves: The Throne of Fire is the second book in The Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan, which tells of the adventures of modern day fourteen-year-old Carter Kane and his thirteen-year-old sister Sadie Kane, as they discover that they are descended from the ancient Egyptian pharaohs Narmer and Ramesses the Great.
To be honest, I enjoyed this book more than its predecessor, The Red Pyramid. And I just enjoyed the story more and the humor. But unfortunately, its still not as good as the Percy Jackson and the The Throne of Fire is the second book in The Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan, which tells of the adventures of modern day fourteen-year-old Carter Kane and his thirteen-year-old sister Sadie Kane, as they discover that they are descended from the ancient Egyptian pharaohs Narmer and Ramesses the Great.
But unfortunately, its still not as good as the Percy Jackson and the Olympians so I still would have to give it four stars. As descendants of the House of Life, the Kanes have some powers at their command, but the devious gods have not given them much time to master their skills at Brooklyn House, which has become a training ground for young magicians. The other branches of the House of Life are hunting the Kanes down once they left the safety of their branch, the Brooklyn House.
And now their most threatening enemy yet—the chaos snake Apophis—is rising. If they do not prevent him from breaking free in a few days' time, the world will come to an end.
One of the major reasons why I liked the Percy Jackson series or the Heroes of Olympus series more is probably because I could connect more with Greek mythology rather than Egyptian mythology. I'm more familiar with Greek myths so its not hard for me to place certain character but when it comes to Egyptian myths, I go blank.
I do know who's Ra and Isis. I probably have heard of Horus as well but I have no idea how they look like and what god or goddess they are of and it was hard of me to connect with them.
There comes a time when I'm just completely confused this happened a lot in The Red Pyramid , but in The Throne of Fire I was starting to get the hang of it. Kane Chronicles 2. The Throne of Fire. Top novels. Sins of Sevin. Penelope Ward. Stepbrother Dearest.
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