Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Kane Chronicles Reveiw

I AM BACK!!!!! How are you Rockelle?  "Oh just fine thank you. How are you?" "Better than ever Rockelle."
I like talking to myself.
Yeah, I'm weird, get use to it.
Don't worry this is perfectly normal.

So yeah, sorry for the slow update. I am a girl of many things to do, and many hobbys. So yeah...anyway.
Now, after that's out of my system...I write!

I have been reading the Kane Chronicles. (Again by the way.) And here, is my reveiw.

Sadie and Carter are the main characters of this book. Rotating between them, they tell the story the way they see it. (Alot like the Son of Neptune or The Lost Hero) When Sadie and Carter see their dad blow up, well, it's surprising to say the least. When the police deport them out of England, they have to stay with their Uncle Amos, who to say the least, is weird.

He has a pet baboon.
He has an albino crocodile.
He live in a mansion, which is on top of an Abandon warehouse. And he talks about gods, and apperantly Manhattan is off limits.

So what's up with the freaky Amos guy?
Well he's a Kane. And that's the root of his problems.

Sadie is Carter's sister. She's a mostly free, and slightly rebellious spirit.

Her dad left her with her Gran and Gramps when she was 6. Now she's staying with an uncle she's only met once, and for the millionth time, her dad is the root of her problems.

Carter Kane has barley known his sister Sadie. Traveling with his dad, he takes after his dad's looks too, and Sadie resnets him for it.

So the main characters are on the table. But things are about to get a whole lot more interesting...

So who's the (incredibly) cute boy?
Well, meet Anubis.
He basicly lives to complicate Sadies life.
And Sadie hates him for it.

So who's the (Less) cute boy?
Well, meet another person who lives to make Sadies life complicated.
Meet Walt.

Meet Carter's slightly less complicating aquitance.
Meet Zia...
Why do you always have to save the girl?

We can't leave out Muffin...

Aka Bast...

:) ;) Not giving too much away...

Oh gods, I love those people who make everything soooo complicated...

All and all a good book. Just don't go in expecting everything Percy Jackson was.
It's just as good as PJO but not exactly what PJO was.


1 comment:

  1. Yeah i am reading the chronicles too and i feel kinda bad for sadie, everyone makes her life complicated. And I found out, in the serpent's shadow, that they meet drew and lacy from the aphrodite cabin at camp half blood, but neither of them know the other is a demigod. Means that maybe in other books they will all meet.