1. What does the narrator ask of the reader at the beginning of the book?
At the beginning of the book, the narrator asks the read to listen carefully as he and his sister may be their only hope for survival.
2. According to the author, how did this book come to be?
According to the author, this book was made from digital transcript that the author listened to and dictated from in order to make this book.
3. How does Julius blow up the museum?
Julius blows up the museum when he uses a strange stick on the Rosetta Stone and says some kind of chant that causes a person to burst forth from the Rosetta Stone, thus causing the explosion.
4. Why has Carter seen so much of the world?
Carter has seen much of the world because he has spent much of his life traveling with his father, who is an archeologist on all of his digs and studies throughout the world.
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