Immortal eighth-grader King Tut foils Egyptian gods in this fast and funny middle-grade series hailed by Publishers Weekly as “pleasantly reminiscent of Rick Riordan’s work.”
For fans of Rick Riordan — the second fast and funny middle-grade novel about the adventures of King Tut, now an immortal eighth-grader living in Washington, D.C.
In this sequel to Tut: The Story of My Immortal Life, Tut sets out to find his brother and protector, Gil, who has gone missing from their Washington, D.C., town house. Tut discovers that Gil is being held prisoner by the Egyptian god Apep. With the help of the Sun god, Ra, Gil managed to vanquish Apep thousands of years ago, and now the god is back for vengeance. It’s up to Tut and his friends Tia and Henry to stop Apep before he succeeds in his evil scheme to swallow the sun and plunge the world into darkness forever.