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The Son of Sobek is a fantasy short story written by Rick Riordan in the paperback version of The Serpent's Shadow on May 7, and as a single e-book on June 18, After hearing reports about magical disturbances in the Long Island area, Carter Kane goes to investigate. He is unexpectedly swallowed by an enormous crocodile in the marshes at the edge of Moriches Bay on Long Island's south shore while exploring, but is saved by a strange older teenager who forces the monster to regurgitate him. The teenager turns out to be Percy Jackson. After a brief disagreement that leave both confused about the other's origins, Percy and Carter decide to team up to deal with the monster, which has left them and is terrorizing a nearby suburban neighborhood. Carter hypothesizes that the beast is a petsuchos , a son of the god Anubis and thus immortal and invincible unless the enchanted beans that it wears, which is invested with the power of Thor, is removed.
The Son of Sobek (Percy Jackson & Kane Chronicles Crossover, #1), The Staff of Serapis (Percy Jackson In this audio e-book short story narrated by Rick.
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The Kane Chronicles is a trilogy of adventure and Egyptian mythological fiction books written by American author Rick Riordan. The novels are narrated alternately in first-person by the two protagonists, siblings Carter and Sadie Kane. The siblings are powerful magicians descended from the two pharaohs Narmer and Ramses the Great. They and their friends are forced to contend with Egyptian gods and goddesses who still interact with the modern world. Author Rick Riordan, a former middle-school social studies teacher, stated that the idea for The Kane Chronicles came from his realization that the only ancient history subject more popular than Ancient Greece was Ancient Egypt.