The Red Pyramid: Personality Compare and Contrast

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The Red Pyramid The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan is a story that adopts the mythological Egyptian ways of life and makes a hysterical attempt to add emotional depth to the gods in the novel. The book is written as a recording that develops in its narrative by switching between the Kane siblings, Carter and Sadie. | The Kane Chronicles: Red Pyramid The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan is the first adventure in the Kane Chronicles series that adopts the theme of Egyptian mythology and makes a highly amusing attempt to add emotional and psychological depth to the gods included in the novel. These books are written as a recording that progresses in its narrative by switching between the Kane siblings, Carter and Sadie. The adventure begins with Carter and his father Julius Kane going to London, England to visit Sadie, Carter's sister who lives with her grandparents on the outskirts of London. Unfortunately, the day didn’t go as planned and as far as the siblings could tell they were in for a treat from that moment on. Ultimately, the Kane Siblings would have to work together in an efficient way and keeping the fragile things from falling apart; not only save their dad but save the world. Ironically, problem is that they are polar opposites. But before I begin, I would like to establish the story to begin my argument. At the beginning of the Red Pyramid Carter, Julius, and Sadie meet each other for the first time in a year. Julius decides he wants to take Carter and Sadie to the British Museum to "study" the Rosetta Stone and to “make things right”, but turns out his plan was to release Osiris, the god of the Underworld. Unfortunately, his plan was a bust and to make matters worse he released the other four major gods of the Demon days. Set, the god of Chaos and Destruction, would trap Julius inside a golden sarcophagus, which would be used to power his Pyramid

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