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Publisher's Summary

Puffin presents the unabridged downloadable audiobook addition of Demigods and Magicians, written and read by Rick Riordan.
Magic meets mythology in this explosive trilogy of short stories from Rick Riordan.
When a mysterious magical disturbance draws magicians Carter and Sadie Kane to New York, they meet another pair of kids with abilities as incredible as their own: Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase!
And it's no coincidence that they've all been drawn to the Big Apple. A crazed sorcerer, Setne, is stirring up double trouble, unleashing dangerous creatures from both Greek and Egyptian myth.
With Setne determined to devour the gods themselves to obtain the gift of immortality, demigods and magicians must combine their powers to stop him before it's too late....
Features the three short stories 'The Son of Sobek', 'The Staff of Serapis' and 'The Crown of Ptolemy'.
©2017 Rick Riordan (P)2017 Penguin Books Ltd.
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5 out of 5 stars
By EC W on 02-23-18

Much enjoyed mash-up

My boys (aged 11 and 9) have both read bits of the Kane / Percy Jackson series. They really enjoyed listening to the two worlds collide - although it has to be said, they liked the story that involved the boys best, rather than the one where the two sisters meet (obvs!).

These short stories are basically setting the scene for a mash-up 3 book series, and I for one would be happy to get it for the boys. Good clear narration, mild peril, interesting historical facts and (for once) a not-too-clever boy in the lead. Which is nice.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Emma Drakeford on 02-15-18

I love it.

so good! perfect combination of Percy Jackson and Kane Cronicals. 10/10 would Rick Riordan again

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