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The Kane Chronicles, Book Three: The Serpent's Shadow is the thrilling conclusion in the adventures of Carter and Sadie Kane. In this third installment, the. Lackey, Mercedes - Elemental Masters 3 - The Serpents Shadow. Home · Lackey Lackey, Mercedes - Obsidian 01 - The Outstretched Shadow · Read more. v Scanned and proofed by unsung heroes. v Reproofed by Highroller. Made prettier by use of EBook Design Group Stylesheet. The Serpent's Shadow.

Walt froze, his hands full of gold jewelry. Khufu scrambled down the bookshelf, knocking off most of the books. Alyssa's pottery crashed to the floor. Felix tried to shoo his penguins behind the til. He does have rather strong feelings about the usefulness of penguins. I'm afraid I can't explain it.

JD Grissom drummed his fingers against his Lone Star belt buckle.

I'll just, um Most of the time, I could now channel power from my patron goddess Isis without passing out. And I hadn't exploded once. The hieroglyph for Join together glowed briefly in the air: Broken bits of pottery flew back together and mended Broken bits of pottery flew back together and mended themselves. Books returned to the shelf. The King Tut masks flew off the penguins, revealing them to be - gasp penguins.

Our friends looked rather embarrassed. He was tall and athletic, built like a basketball player, in workout pants and sleeveless tee that showed off his sculpted arms. His skin was the color of hot cocoa, his face every bit as regal and handsome as the statues of his pharaoh ancestors.

Did I fancy him? Wel, it's complicated. More on that later. JD Grissom looked over our team.

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On one side, stairs led up to a balcony with a row of offices. On the other side, glass wals looked out at the nighttime skyline of Dalas. JD pointed up at the balcony, where two men in black linen robes were patroling. Guards are everywhere.

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They glanced down at us, and I noticed their eyes were glowing. Hieroglyphs were painted on their cheekbones like war paint. Alyssa whispered to me: "What's up with their eyes?

Since her patron was the earth god Geb, she liked solid things, such as stone and clay.

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She didn't like heights or deep water. She definitely didn't like the idea of the Duat - the magical realm that coexisted with ours. Once, when I'd described the Duat as an ocean under our feet with layers and layers of magical dimensions going down forever, I thought Alyssa was going to get seasick.

Ten-year-old Felix, on the other hand, had no such qualms. Alyssa laughed. Which is - " "Agh! Leave it to a baboon to have perfect astronomical sense.

Two magicians stood guard with ful-grown leopards on leashes. Carter looked at JD in astonishment. Now, which artifact did you want to see?

I'll show you. Inside, the exhibit was extensive, but I doubt you care about the details. A labyrinth of rooms with sarcophagi, statues, furniture, bits of gold jewelry - blah, blah, blah. I would have passed it all by. I've seen enough Egyptian colections to last several lifetimes, thank you very much.

Besides, everywhere I looked, I saw reminders of bad experiences. We passed cases of shabti figurines, no doubt enchanted to come to life when caled upon. I'd kiled my share of those. We passed statues of glowering monsters and gods whom I'd fought in person - the vulture Nekhbet, who'd once possessed my Gran long story ; the crocodile Sobek, who'd tried to kill my cat longer story ; and the lion goddess Sekhmet, whom we'd once vanquished with hot sauce don't even ask.

Most upsetting of al: a small alabaster statue of our friend Bes, the dwarf god. The carving was eons old, but I recognized that pug nose, the bushy sideburns, the potbely, and the endearingly ugly face that looked as if it had been hit repeatedly endearingly ugly face that looked as if it had been hit repeatedly with a frying pan.

We'd only known Bes for a few days, but he'd literaly sacrificed his soul to help us. Now, each time I saw him I was reminded of a debt I could never repay.

I must have lingered at his statue longer than I realized. The rest of the group had passed me and were turning into the next room, about twenty meters ahead, when a voice next to me said, "Psst! I thought the statue of Bes might have spoken.

Then the voice caled again: "Hey, dol. Listen up. Not much time. He had a beak of a nose, cruel thin lips, and a high forehead. Though he was the same color as the wal, he seemed very much alive. His blank eyes managed to convey a look of impatience. You need my help. He reminded me of a character from those sily Mafia movies the boys at Brooklyn House liked to watch in their spare time - someone's Uncle Vinnie, perhaps.

The man snorted. Like there's The man snorted. Like there's anybody who doesn't know.

You've got two days until they put me down. You want to defeat Apophis, you'd better pull some strings and get me out of here.

The man didn't sound like Set the god of evil, or the serpent Apophis, or any of the other vilains I'd dealt with before, but one could never be sure. If any man draw back, my soul shall have no pleasure in him. We are not of them who draw back unto perdition. I suppose every returned missionary and probably every convert within the sound of my voice knows exactly what I am talking about: appointments for discussions canceled, the Book of Mormon in a plastic bag hanging from a front-door knob, baptismal dates not met.

And so it goes through the teaching period, through the commitments, through the baptism, through the first weeks and months in the Church, and more or less forever.

At least the adversary would pursue it forever, if he thought he could see any weakening of your resolve or any chink in your armor—even if it is after the fact.

This opposition turns up almost anyplace something good has happened. It can happen when you are trying to get an education. It can hit you after your first month in your new mission field. It certainly happens in matters of love and marriage. Now I am back to those returned missionaries.

And I certainly am not saying that a young man can get a revelation that he is to marry a certain person without that young woman getting the same confirmation.

Yes, there are cautions and considerations to make, but once there has been genuine illumination, beware the temptation to retreat from a good thing. If it was right when you prayed about it and trusted it and lived for it, it is right now. You can find an apartment. You can win over your mother-in-law. You can sell your harmonica and therein fund one more meal. He wants everyone to be miserable like unto himself. Face your doubts.

Master your fears. To help us make our way through these experiences, these important junctures in our lives, let me draw from another scriptural reference to Moses. It was given in the early days of this dispensation when revelation was needed, when a true course was being set and had to be continued.

Virtually everyone in the room knows the formula for revelation given in section 9 of the Doctrine and Covenants—you know, the verses about studying it out in your mind and the Lord promising to confirm or deny. God will teach us in a reasonable way and in a revelatory way—mind and heart combined, by the Holy Ghost. Or the example from the book of Moses we just used? Or the vision of the brother of Jared? Here he had another purpose in mind.

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Usually we think of revelation as information. Just open the books to us, Lord, like: What was the political significance of the Louisiana download or the essence of the second law of thermodynamics? It is obvious that when you see those kinds of questions on a test paper, you need revelation. Someone said prayer will never be eliminated from the schools so long as there are final examinations. First of all, revelation almost always comes in response to a question, usually an urgent question—not always, but usually.

In that sense it does provide information, but it is urgently needed information, special information. There were chariots behind them, sand dunes on every side, and just a lot of water immediately ahead. In this case it was literally a matter of life and death.

You will need information, too, but in matters of great consequence it is not likely to come unless you want it urgently, faithfully, humbly. If you can seek that way, and stay in that mode, not much that the adversary can counter with will dissuade you from a righteous path.

You can hang on, whatever the assault and affliction, because you have paid the price to—figuratively, at least—see the face of God and live. Like Moses in his vision, there may come after the fact some competing doubts and some confusion, but they will pale when you measure them against the real thing.

Remember the real thing. Remember how urgently you have needed help in earlier times and that you got it. The Red Sea will open to the honest seeker of revelation.

He cannot conquer if we will it otherwise.

Sadie gets an idea about using Bes' sheut to give him back his ren and restore the god's soul. Leonid, the Russian magician they met last year comes with bad news, and reveals he has secretly been learning the Path of Shu, which is forbidden. Sadie takes him to the First Nome to meet Amos. He tells them that the rebels, led by Sarah Jacobi and Kwai, have teamed up with Apophis. Amos tells Zia and Sadie to visit Bes. Meanwhile, Carter and Walt go visit Thoth.

Thoth is being attacked by demons. Walt and Carter repulse them, and Thoth helps them understand who Setne is. They realize they have to visit the Land of the Dead at his trial and persuade Osiris to help them. Tawaret, the hippopotamus goddess, tells them where Bes once hid his sheut. Carter, Sadie, Zia, and Walt meet and exchange information. They meet Osiris , and persuade him to let Setne go with them.

It is revealed that Ra, or more specifically, his morning incarnation, Khepri has chosen Zia as a host. She manages to survive but later Setne tricks them by giving orders to Bloodstained Blade to kill them and at the same time bringing them to the Land of Demons.

Meanwhile, Sadie and Walt visit the goddess Neith , who tells them she will help them if they can survive her hunt till sunset. They survive by using their shen amulets to split up and transfer to each other's side, and then in the end, right before sunset Sadie tricks Neith by mesmerizing her with tales of hunting jelly babies.

Walt uses the rest of his energy to revive Bes' sheut, and then he survives by becoming the host of Anubis. Neith agrees to fight Apophis alongside the House of Life when he rises. Carter and Zia have been busy. They can't interpret the map and have to let Setne go so he can lead them to the shadow. They allow him to cast a glamour on them, so they blend in and look like demons and follow him to the Sea of Chaos. There is a single pillar of Ma'at and a small dock, implied to be the first land that rose from Chaos, that survive the sea's effect, and to capture the shadow, they must be on the very edge of the dock while preventing themselves from getting sucked in.

Their glamours start to fade and flicker. Setne is surprised that they are still alive as they approach closer, but Horus reveals to Carter that Ra's power channeled through Zia is protecting them. They manage to summon the serpent's shadow, but Setne betrays them, changing the glamour to a binding curse.

He explains that he will bind the shadow within a figurine and blackmail Apophis with execration unless he does as he orders; he wants to destroy Egypt and all mention of his father Ramses the Great as well as most magicians, but not the entire world. However, there are some spells he can't cast since he's a ghost, so he needed Carter and Zia's help.

Sadie manages to bind him and unbind Carter and Zia. Sadie manages to capture the shadow and they turn back to Setne, but he disappeared, bindings and all. However, they have bigger problems: the shadow called for reinforcements and an army of demons are marching toward them. Tawaret arrives with the gods from the Fourth House Sunny Acres and saves them from a tragic death. The fight gave the old gods and goddesses a purpose, and Bes has returned to his old ugly self, just in time to get them to Ra's sun barge, which is just passing by.

When they get on board, Ra is still old and senile, but is reborn as a more fit old man once he merges with Zia.He explains that he will bind the shadow within a figurine and blackmail Apophis with execration unless he does as he orders; he wants to destroy Egypt and all mention of his father Ramses the Great as well as most magicians, but not the entire world. There were masks of pharaohs, maps of the Underworld, and loads of canopic jars that had once been filed with mummy organs.

With Paul, I say to all of you: Cast not away therefore your confidence, which hath great recompence of reward. The King Tut masks flew off the penguins, revealing them to be - gasp penguins. I left your card with the man who attends to the stage door, and also with the stage manager, and the ballet master. She could have been the wife of a peer, or a successful man of business—could have been, but was not. What the cards implied was that she would treat the women who came to her for treatment of their "female complaints"—including inconvenient or unwedded pregnancy—without a lecture or a word slipped outside the office.

It was Egypt that was all the rage for decorations now, where it had been India when he'd first made his transition from ship's captain to tradesman. The brown dress had once been fine velvet, but now was so rubbed that there was scarcely anything left of the pile anywhere, and it didn't look to have been cleaned or brushed in months.

Gupta, a shapeless bundle of waxed mackintosh and identifiable only by the white chalwars stuffed into his Wellingtons that peeked from under the hem of the mac, was setting the last screw into the inscribed brass plate beside her door—a plate that proclaimed this to be the surgery of Dr.

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