May 5, 2012

Drew in the Serpent's Shadow

Warning! May contain (very minor) Lost Hero and Serpent's Shadow spoilers!

Hi! (For the 3rd time today) I have a lot of stuff to blog about today, as you can see.

I'm currently reading the latest and final installment in the Kane Chronicles, The Serpent's Shadow. (Also by Rick Riordan) In this book, Sadie goes to a dance, which, as I'd like to point out, takes place in New York, New York. There they run into one of her "least favorite mortals", Drew. Drew is one of those stuck up, fake, I'm-better-than-you-are girls. Sounds like someone else we know, right? She also said that she goes to a summer camp with another girl there. So, how are we supposed to know that Drew is really mortal, like Sadie says? Could she be... A half-blood?

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  1. I do think so, personally. The instant I read "Drew" in the book, I thought of the heroes of olympus... Then with the summer camp? I have heard some rumours that Rick Riordan will combine the heroes of olympus with the kane chronicles, so I think this is a sort of hint that it is going to happen...

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  2. Apophis is rising and chaos is about to destroy the world. And only Carter and Sadie Kane can stop him. But the only ones left to stand with them are the young magicians of Brooklyn House as their allies are being attacked, the House of Life is divided and on the brink of the civil war, and the gods themselves stand apart. To put an end to Apophis they need to find a spell that has been lost for a millennia and the only one that can lead them to it is the ghost of a deadly magician. Can Carter and Sadie do the impossible one last time? Or will the world fall into chaos?

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  3. Rick just confirmed it on his twitter: it's the sane Drew! :)

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  4. Ya I just read that and it brought me here! So cool

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  5. I really hope he does do a crossover! But if he does, it will probably be around 2018 or later. :/

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    1. Actually, I think I can ease your pain a bit. The Kane Chronicles was meant to be a trilogy with three installments, the third having come out in may. Also, read my comment about the prophecy of seven at the bottom of the posts list, and I think that the next book he writes will be combined Greek, roman,Egyptian mythology. Hope I helped!

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  6. Also that means Lacy (one of Sadie's mortal friends) already knows her, so Lacy might connect the two camps if she finds out that Sadie is a magician, from Egypt Mythology.

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  7. [SPOILER]
    There's also that one part at the end when Sadie and Carter's mom tells them something about "rival Gods". I personally think, after going to Rome and Greece, the demigods will end up going to Egypt. Then Carter and Sadie will have a little "welcome party" (Greek and Roman vs. Egyptian fight, yay!), but will eventually team up to stop choas. (Carter, Jason,and/or Percy fight, anyone) Anyway sounds awesome!!!

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  8. I'll just die!!! I remember reading what everyone's posted so far and first thought about a crossover when Carter's talking about how he could swear he saw a flying horse when looking towards Manhattan. Can't Wait!!! We all know it's got to happen with all the major hint dropping.

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  9. RIck Riordan said both drews were one and the same

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  10. If you read the lost hero there is a character named lacy described the same as the one in the Serpents shadow, but lacy doesent know eqyptian magic, she is a daughter of Aphrodite who is friends with Sadie but isnt eqyptian.

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  11. i really hope he doesn't combined it with the greek and roman mythology. yeah it was cool with the greek and roman but i think he might be going over the top if he adds egyptian to the mix. i think he will combined the books but i really hope he doesn't . but that is just my opinion.

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  12. I have noticed several other suggestions that rick Riordan will combine the Kane chronicles and the heroes of Olympus such as Sadie talking about unexplainable magic near long island which is, of course, the location of camp half blood. Also, in the prophecy of seven and ruby kane's mention of "rival" gods, could "foes bear arms to the doors of death" mean the Greeks/romans and the Egyptians? Because after all, the Greek and roman gods are essentially the same people with different names, the exception being bellona

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    1. on drew being demigod

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  14. she's the one piper competed with for head counselor of Aphrodite cabin

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