By Rick Riordan
The 3rd demigod-magician crossover tale within the action-packed international of Percy Jackson
Trouble is brewing on Governor's Island...
An historical Egyptian magician is again from the lifeless, experimenting with robust magic and attempting to turn into a god himself. It's greater than Percy Jackson can deal with on my own - but if he groups up with Annabeth, Carter and Sadie, they locate their traditional guns and spells aren't robust sufficient this time.
Can they upward thrust to the problem and take down this wannabe god, earlier than it's too late?
In their first come across, demigod Percy Jackson and magician Carter Kane needed to conflict a huge crocodile on manhattan. A month later, Annabeth Chase bumped into Carter's sister, Sadie, at the A teach to Rockaway, the place the pair fought a god named Serapis. Now difficulty is brewing back, this time on Governor's Island. An historic Egyptian magician named Setne has get back from the useless and is experimenting with Egyptian and Greek magic, attempting to develop into a god himself. He's so strong and tough that every one four-Percy, Annabeth, Carter, and Sadie-have to crew up opposed to him. yet their ordinary guns and spells aren't going to chop it this time. Will the heroes be taken down by means of a wannabe god who seems like Elvis, or will they upward push to the challenge?
Told from Percy's viewpoint, this 3rd demigod-magician crossover tale has the entire spunk and motion that Rick Riordan fanatics crave.
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The Crown of Ptolemy (Percy Jackson & Kane Chronicles Crossover, Book 3) by Rick Riordan