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    The unabridged, digital audiobook edition of Rick Riordan’s The Kane Chronicles: The Red Pyramid, read by Joseph May and Jane Collingwood.

    Percy Jackson fought Greek Gods. Now the Gods of Egypt are waking in the modern world....

    I guess it started the night out dad blew up the British Museum....

    Carter and Sadie Kane's dad is a brilliant Egyptologist with a secret plan that goes horribly wrong. An explosion shatters the ancient Rosetta stone and unleashes Set, the evil god of chaos.

    Set imprisons Dr Kane in a golden coffin and Carter and Sadie must run for their lives. To save their dad, they embark on a terrifying quest from Cairo to Paris to the American Southwest and discover the truth about their family’s connection to the House of Life: an Egyptian temple of magic that has existed for thousands of years. The pharaohs of ancient Egypt are far from dead and buried. And so, unfortunately, are their gods....

    ©2013 Rick Riordan (P)2012 Penguin Audio

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    Ok, not as good as the Percy Jackson Books

    Nice story about the Egyptian Pantheon. But the first person perspective is an acquired taste. As I'm probably not quite the intended target audience at over 30, I found it quite annoying at times. The mystic elements or rather the way the author showed it also reminded me very much of a TV series from my youth called "Papyrus", maybe it served as an inspiration for the author. The readers do an ok job, the American and British accents are decent. The female reader ist not a personal favourite though. All in all alright, but not as good as other books by Riordan.