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The Staff of Serapis par [Riordan, Rick]
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Longueur : 68 pages Word Wise: Activé Composition améliorée: Activé
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Annabeth Chase is about to encounter more than she expects in the New York subway: a vicious two-headed monster and a young, blonde girl with mysterious powers - Sadie Kane! Together, magician and demigod must face Serapis, a terrifying god who draws his power from both Greek and Egyptian mythology and is bent on global conquest...

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2634 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 68 pages
  • Editeur : Puffin (8 avril 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00IU6U4PW
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Cette fois, c'est au tour d'Annabeth et de Sadie de se rencontrer, et autant dire que la confiance s'installe plus vite entre les filles qu'entre les garçons (cf: Son of Sobek). Quel plaisir de revoir ses personnages préférés. Comme d'habitude, je ne peux dire que du bien des oeuvres de Rick Riordan. C'est une histoire assez courte donc je ne vais rien révéler.

Un bon point pour ce livre kindle, c'est que le texte est justifiée et possède des petites annotations pour aider à comprendre le vocabulaire (même si des fois c'est un peu exagéré, du genre expliquer ce qu'est un monstre). A avoir pour compléter sa collection.
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très bon livre qui réunit les mythologies grecque et égyptienne, revisitées avec brio pour l'époque moderne et des héros attachants!
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A quand en francais? Fan de l auteur mais je suis trop nul en anglais. Savez vous si ça va sortir en francais svp
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Why are you Surprised this ROCKED?! 1 juin 2014
Par OpheliasOwn - Publié sur
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When Carter and Percy came together to fight a monster, we thought it was a fluke. A fabulous fluke, mind you, but a fluke nonetheless. Now that Sadie and Annabeth have had to come together to fight a monster, the writing on the wall is clear. Something is going on to bring the Greek and the Egyptian worlds together, and it is scary. IN The Staff of Serapis by Rick Riordan, two beloved series connect once again in magic-wielding, monster fighting goodness.

Annabeth can't catch a break. Just when she thinks things will be normal for a moment, a monster shows up. But something is wrong with this monster. Not that it has two very different heads and seems to be struggling to work together despite being connected. Nope. It is running away from her! Monsters don't run away from demigods! When she decides to follow it, she is surprised by something even stranger- a girl who can see the monster too!

OK. I am really hoping all these short stories are leading up to a final Egyptian, Greek Cross-over series by Riordan. Seriously, dude. Don't hold out on us. We need the Kane's and the demigods together in one magnificent series, and we need it now! I don't even need to review this fabulous little short, because we all knew it was going to be awesome. But still, Rick, bro. Please? Give us what we want! Kanes meet demigods! And we want it NOW!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing crossover novella!! 17 juillet 2014
Par Lili Lost in a Book - Publié sur
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In The Staff of Serapis, we have Annabeth who is just minding her business in downtown NY, when all of a sudden she see a monster... that ignores her? And to top it off she has never seen anything like it! So she follows said monster and runs into a feisty British girl (Sadie!) who is also hunting a devious little creature. Without giving too much away, Annabeth and Sadie team up to fight this monster and something much bigger that they did not expect... they need to stop it before it destroys the world. But then again, these seems to be their normal ;)

I LOVED the novella, of course! It was a brilliant mix of Greek/Egyptian mythology and the Percy Jackson series/Kane Chronicles into one story! Some Big Big Things went down in this short story, so I was surprised that it was just a novella. But Sadie and Annabeth handled things amazingly!

Speaking of the Dream Team, Annabeth is so good at distracting enemies just by talking to them and throwing them off... she is such a clever girl! She is the daughter of Athena for a reason ;) And Sadie was sassy, as always. I really missed her! I mean, the Kane Chronicles has been over for a while now, so it was great to see her again :)

I loved that there were so many references to past books, making me go, "Ah, yes. I remember that." The Big Mother thing from The Mark of Athena , for example, that was so funny! And Rachel Dare, the oracle, throwing a blue brush at the Titan Kronos's eye... Oh, good times :) And Sadie and Annabeth telling each other about their lives... I was giddy with excitement to see their reaction! I mean, two of my favorite series together in one story? How freakin' great is that?!

This novella was made of pure awesomeness! It was a lot of fun, with so much humor, and mythology that was actually new to me. I mean, Serapis? I have never heard of him! But using him in this novella was SO clever! I really loved learning about this deity and the mythology of his creation. So cool! And I hear there's going to be another novella with Pery, Annabeth, Carter, and Sadie! So exciting! I really cant wait! And if you have not read the Percy Jackson, Heroes of Olympus, or the Kane Chronicles series, well I highly recommend them!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 We have the first two chapters of the next series: Demigods & Magicians, Greeks & Egyptians.... 30 mai 2014
Par David C. Young - Publié sur
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I was sadly looking forward to "Blood of Olympus", Riordan's second demigod series. Percy Jackson and Anabeth are splendid characters. It was good to see them continue. It looked as if he might develop Nico into a fuller character, too. And Riordan added several good ones in this series -- Hazel, Piper, Jason, Leo.... I could go on & on. It really was as satisfying as the first PJ series -- nothing stale about it! And since follow-up series are rarely as good as the first, that was quite an accomplishment.

Bravo Riordan!

But my looking forward to "Blood of Olympus" was still sad: I figured this was the end-of-the-line. I'd be saying "good-bye" to some really fun "people" and their world

Now, I really don't think so.

Son of Sobek was a good tale, but not much more than that. For me, it hinted, but didn't promise. And it didn't strongly draw me in. It was fun having Percy & Carter together. But beyond setting up a way to get in touch with one another, I wasn't sure if it was anything more than a throw-off. Or maybe a trial balloon. Riordan's Sobek story didn't seem to commit itself to something further.

Staff of Serapis is on another level entirely. Riordan has tied it in much more firmly both to Kane Chronicles as well as to Heroes of Olympus. (In fact it gives peeks into Heroes' ending -- and I'm not talking, here, about the chapter from Blood of Olympus.) And it ties the two series together time-wise. The new series will start hard on the heels of the ending of both Heroes & Chronicles.

So for me, the Kanes & the PJ folks are continuing for at least one more series. Goody! At least five books more!

Even better, this isn't Riordan just plodding into somewhat tired and overdone territory. His writing in Staff of Serapis is fresh, some of his best: snarky, fast-paced, crisply drawn settings, densely woven with new kinds of action & fresh ideas.

I'm going out on a limb. Riordan has been setting out chapters as teasers for some time. And I think we have two more here, the first two of a series he hasn't yet announced. There are WAY too many fresh ideas for him not to develop them further. He's clearly put a lot of thought into this, and he's done it without making that thought heavy-handed. Staff of Serapis really draws you in, and leaves you wanting more. Yes, Ptolemy Egypt did combine Greek & Egyptian. So the cross-over was already there, historically. It needed only Riordan to pick it up, which he's done, here, with a vengeance!

And even if he doesn't go forward with this series, this is a darned good read for $1.99!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy recommendation 24 mai 2014
Par BONNIE HIRSCH - Publié sur
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Any fan of Riordan's work will be held over until the Blood of Olympus with this one. We get to see the collaboration of Annabeth and Sadie, a better insight into the threat that awaits hero's and magicians alike, and a sneak peak of the Blood of Olympus. If you haven't read this one yet, then there's no reason to wait.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 great crossover book! 20 octobre 2014
Par Treens - Publié sur
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I love the crossover idea! This book, the Staff of Serapis, is the sequel to the Percy / Carter crossover The Son of Sobek. In this one, Sadie from the Kane books runs into Annabeth from the Percy Jackson books & they have to work together to fight Serapis. Its very cool if you've read both sets of books! Personally, I like this book, Staff, with the girls crossover better than the boy's crossover book, but I don't want to give anything away, so I won't explain why. Some readers have been trying to figure out when these 2 crossover books fit into the story lines, chronologically, with the 2 series. Well, at the end of this book, the Kindle version, it has a preview of The Blood of Olympus. So the crossovers happen before that final Percy Jackson book. And in The Son of Sobek, Carter mentions standing on the shores of chaos, so the crossover books happen after the Kane series. I'm in the middle of reading Blood of Olympus now, and I'm kind of disappointed that Percy and Annabeth haven't mentioned meeting these 2 Egyptian magician kids to anyone else yet. You'd think something like meeting kids who speak Egyptian magic words would come up in conversation, but no. lol! The story lines in both these books suggest that there could be more crossovers to come. Both are really good, and stay true to each character and story line from their original series.
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