Tag Archives: Rick Riordan

Book Review: The Serpent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan

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The third and (for now) final book in The Kane Chronicles begins with an apology “for any inconvenience the end of the world may have caused you.” As the story unfolds, narrated alternately by siblings Carter and Sadie Kane, you’ll become increasingly inclined to accept their apology. Some catastrophes are really hard to prevent. And though the young Kanes often feel responsible even for things that are out of their control, they are finally ready ... Read More »

Free Books and Autographing Authors: The Best of BEA 2014

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Book Expo America 2014 in New York City brought the likes of Rainbow Rowell, Cassandra Clare, Garth Nix, Eoin Colfer, Stan Lee, and more together under one roof. Didn't get to attend? Don't worry - MuggleNet has got you covered! Plus, we've got a flash giveaway for a promotional "Silkworm" shirt - enter after the jump! Read More »

Famous People Also Love “Potter”

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The "Harry Potter" fandom is huge; even the people we admire are obsessed with this series. Here's a list of some famous people who love The Boy Who Lived as much as we do. Read More »

Book Review: The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan

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The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan Recommended Ages: 12+ In Book 2 of the “Kane Chronicles,” the Texas-based author of the “Tres Navarre” mysteries cleverly uses hilarious, romantic, magical, and thrill-packed entertainment to educate young adults about ancient Egyptian mythology. He’s very sneaky that way. But we’re not surprised, since he did the same thing with Greek mythology in the “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” series. Ditto Roman mythology in the “Heroes of Olympus” ... Read More »