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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Snippet Sunday #2: The Serpent's Shadow, by Rick Riordan

Snippet Sunday is a new weekly meme I'll be doing (you guessed it) every Sunday! The point of Snippet Sunday is for bloggers to share their favorite little "snippets" that made you hate or love your current read. Think of snippet Sunday as Teaser Tuesday for those of us who don't have time to blog on Tuesdays. XD Here's how snippet Sunday works, you can even participate too!
  1. Pick up your current read
  2. Quote 3-5 lines from that read (max)
  3. Post those quotes on your blog in a snippet Sunday post
  4. Post the link to your Snippet Sunday Right in the comments section below
Note: Don't forget to show us where your quote came from! Always cite the quoted book's title, as well as the page number. Let`s get started! 

"I haven't completely lost the gift of prophecy, even in death. I see murky visions of other gods and rival magic." That really didn't sound good. "What do you mean? I asked "What other gods?" "I don't know Sadie. But Egypt has always faced challenges from outside - magicians from elsewhere, even gods from elsewhere. Just be vigilant"- The Serpent's Shadow, Page 390

Okay! In light of the Son of Sobek, I decided to use  a quote from the Serpent's Shadow. One that highlighted- or at least hinted at Rick Riordan's bold new crossover. Here, you can clearly see Sadie's mother suggesting the idea of the Olympian Gods, as well as their corresponding demi-gods. A real good snippet there!

What were YOUR favorite quotes? Comment below!


  1. Ah, that sounds so good! I STILL haven't caught up to Rick Riordan's novels so it will be a long, long time before I read these! Since you told me to read Percy Jackson before these, I've been trying to get my hands on them soon!

  2. the third part of the kane chronicles trilogy has a bunch more of all the things that made it's predecessors great, and so it is a masterpiece.