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Body Biography- Carter Kane
Transcript of Body Biography- Carter Kane
SORRY GUYS THIS MAY NOT LOOK LIKE CARTER KANE BUT I WAS JUST TRYING TO GET HIS FEET FOR ACHILLE'S HEEL.
Carter Kane, in the beginning of Throne of Fire, never thought Michel Desjardins would ever be on their team to fight against Vlad Menishikov from releasing Apophis but Desjardins kills himself saving Carter Kane and his sister Sadie. Pg.403
Carter always has an optimistic view of the world, even if it is about to get destroyed unless it is Zia Rashid, the girl he likes, is in danger. He thinks really pessimistic about Zia if she's in trouble or something. Pg.217
Carter describes himself to be better than Sadie
because you know how they're brother and sister.
He can't express his feelings around Zia Rashid because if u read the book, Carter has a secret crush on Zia. Pg.242
What Carter always worries about
is if Zia Rashid is in danger or somewhere missing. He
worries about his sister also but
not as much as Zia. Pg.140
Carter is a pain in the neck only to his sister and Carter finds her a pain in the neck. Pg.1
You can obviously now tell that
it is Zia Rashid that drives his emotions because he has a crush on her. Pg. 318
Carter Kane uses his hands to strike at his enemies with bravery and no fear. Pg. 396
Carter's funny bone is usually teasing and making jokes about Sadie where usually in the book she would punch Carter.
Carter Kane always saves everyone else before he saves himself which gets him in really stupid and dangerous situations. Pg. 406
Carter Kane's weakness is Zia Rashid. Carter would technically do anything just to keep her safe.
CITATION: Riordan, Rick. The Throne of Fire. New York: Disney/Hyperion, 2011. Print.