Theodosia and the Staff of Osiris

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 387 pages
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Theodosia Throckmorton is in a fix. Allowed to attend a reception given by one of the directors of her parents’ museum, she stumbles across Mr. Tetley of the British Museum—in most unusual circumstances! Since Theo has last seen him in a showdown in an ancient Egyptian tomb, his reappearance could mean only one thing: the Serpents of Chaos are back.
Once again Theodosia will have to take on secret societies, evil curses, and dark magic too sinister to imagine, especially if it falls into the wrong hands. Blocked at every turn, Theodosia will have to rely on her own skill and cunning—along with a little help from the most unexpected places.
  

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User Review  - liz.mabry - LibraryThing

I didn't like this one as much as the first one...the story seemed to be a little rushed in places. But still, a good read, and I'm looking forward to starting the next one. Read full review

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User Review  - agrudzien - LibraryThing

When Theodosia finds the staff of Osiris in the basement of the museum and accidentally invokes its power, it gains the attention of the Serpents of Chaos (again) and Theodosia must keep herself and ... Read full review

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R. L. LaFevers (Robin Lorraine when she's in really big trouble) has been fascinated by libraries and museums ever since she first set foot in one. When she's not gazing longingly at ancient artifacts or wallowing in old forgotten texts, she's busy trying to keep one step ahead of her two teenage sons. She lives with the aforementioned sons, her husband, and a demonic cat in Southern California.

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