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Rick Riordan’s “The Red Pyramid” Quotes (50 Quotes)


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  • Being turned into a lizard can really mess up your day.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • I just love family meetings. Very cozy, with the Christmas garlands round the fireplace and a nice pot of tea and a detective from Scotland Yard ready to arrest you.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • My name is Carter Kane. I'm fourteen and my home is a suitcase.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • Carter Kane, 14, died tragically in Paris when he was eaten by his sister's cat Muffin.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • I looked back, but Bast and Sadie seemed fine. They were still staring at the water as if it were some amazing Internet video.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")


  • My resolve, my anger, even my grief gave me confidence
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • Carter pulled out several lengths of brown twine, a small ebony cat statue, and a thick roll of paper. No, not paper. Papyrus. I remember Dad explaining how the Egyptians made it from a river plant because they never invented paper. The stuff was so thick and rough, it made me wonder if the poor Egyptians had had to use toilet papyrus. If so, no wonder they walked sideways.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • I must admit I'm impressed, Sadie. You controlled your magic and controlled Isis. And you, Carter, did well turning into a lizard.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • My sister, with her ratty red-highlighted hair and her linen pajamas and her combat boots-how could she possibly worry about being possessed by a goddess? What goddess would want her, except the goddess of chewing gum?
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • Curled up at the base of the scales, fast asleep, was the oddest monster I'd seen yet. It had the head of crocodile with a lion's mane. The front half of its body was a lion, but the back end was sleek, brown, and fat - a hippo, I decided. The odd bit was, the animal was tiny - I mean, no larger than an average poodle, which I suppose made him a hippodoodle.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • I racked my brain trying to remember the names of all of Nut's five children. Bit difficult without my brother, the human Wikipedia, around to keep track of such trivia for me.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • Our baboon was going completely sky goddess - which is to say, nuts.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • Egyptians believe in the power of the sunrise. They believe each morning begins not just a new day, but a new world.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • I suppose with so many things suddenly getting better, the things that were still missing hurt even worse.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")

  • Out my left, I saw baboon bum, out my right, my long-lost uncle Amos. Naturally, I decided to focus on the right.
    (Rick Riordan, "The Red Pyramid")


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