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Teen and Young
Author: Angie Sage
ISBN: 0747584494
Pages 544 pages
Publisher BLOOMSBURY PUBLISHING PLC; New Edition edition (2007)
Language English
Category: Teen and Young
Rating: 4.8
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by Angie Sage


Septimus Heap is a series of fantasy novels featuring a protagonist of the same name written by English author Angie Sage.

Septimus Heap is a series of fantasy novels featuring a protagonist of the same name written by English author Angie Sage. Septimus Heap is a series of fantasy novels featuring a protagonist of the same name written by English author Angie Sage. The series follows the adventures of Septimus Heap who, as a seventh son of a seventh son, has extraordinary magical powers. After he becomes an apprentice to the arch wizard of the series, Marcia Overstrand, he must study fo. ore.

part 2 Septimus Heap series. Part of Septimus Heap series by Angie Sage. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47. The Year BeforeOn the Night of the Apprentice Supper. It is night on the Marram Marshes; a full moon shines down on the black waters and illuminates the nighttime Things who are going about their business. Silence hangs in the air, broken occasionally by the glugs and gurgles of the Quake Ooze as the creatures that live beneath it make their way to a feast.

The second book in the internationally bestselling Septimus Heap series by Angie Sage, featuring the funny and fantastic adventures of a wizard apprentice and his quest to become an ExtraOrdinary Wizard. New York Times Bestselling Series Terrifically entertaining. Fans of the first book will be delighted with this sequel to Septimus’s story.

Septimus Heap is a series of fantasy novels featuring a protagonist of the same name written by English author Angie Sage

Septimus Heap is a series of fantasy novels featuring a protagonist of the same name written by English author Angie Sage. In all, it features seven novels, entitled Magyk, Flyte, Physik, Queste, Syren, Darke and Fyre, the first (Magyk) in 2005 and the final (Fyre) in 2013.

Flyte (Septimus Heap is a Fantasy novel by Angie Sage. Marcia is constantly trailed by a menacing Darke Shadow, and Septimus's brother Simon seems bent on a revenge no one understands. Why is the Darke Magyk still lingering? Bringing fantasy to new heights, Angie Sage continues the journey of Septimus Heap with her trademark humor and all of the clever details readers have come to love.

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Angie sage series: Septimus Heap. The first book in the internationally bestselling Septimus Heap series by Angie Sage, featuring the funny and fantastic adventures of a wizard apprentice and his quest to become an ExtraOrdinary Wizard. New York Times Bestselling Series A deliciously spellbinding series opener. Magyk, Flyte, Physik, Queste, Syren, Darke, and Fyre are the enchanting and humorous adventures of Septimus Heap and his friends in this magical world. 953. Published: 2014.

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Yar
Angie Sage continues her best-selling and enjoyable Septimus Heap series in 'Flyte', and while it is not as good as the first book, it still continues the series quirky charm and 'magykal' prose.

One year after the events of book one, Septimus Heap has easily slipped into his new life as Apprentice to the ExtraOrdinary Wizard, the ever-dignified Marcia Overstrand. But the 'darkeness' still lingers as a menacing shadow follows Marcia constantly. Meanwhile, Jenna also has easily adjusted to her new life as Princess and ejoys the freedoms the Palace offers. But one day, when the mysterious and revengeful Simon Heap shows up, no one understands why he suddenly kidnapps Jenna. Septimus, agitated that no one believes him when he says Simon is now evil, goes off on his own to rescue Jenna from Simon's plot to return the evil Dom Daniel back to life.

In 'Flyte', Sage continues Septimus' story with her trademark offbeat humor and quirky magic. All the little details that readers have come to love about her writing are abundant in this sequel, and all old favorite (and not quite so favorite) characters make reappearences. However, the middle book in a trilogy always suffers from some problems. The adventure feels very loosely created, with no defenite climax. The characters wander around from place to place in the supposed big finale for the last hundred pages, meeting and overcoming new obstacles just like a video game. The villain Dom Daniel was defeated so quickly with about a hundred more pages to go, that I felt confused about what was the climax and what wasn't. Also, in the first book, you felt like your were actually there with the characters on their adventure, but in 'Flyte' Sage sometimes opens chapters with brief descriptions of what happened to her characters simply so she can get them to their next destination. But, seeing as this is light fantasy meant for younger readers, 'Flyte' still is consistent and ejoyable enough to hold on to young and older readers' attention. And how can anybody not fall for Sage's wonderful characters, quirky magic, and fantastical world full of swimming bogarts and pet dragons?

While somewhat sloppy in its plotting, 'Flyte' is still an enjoyable entry into the Septimus Heap series. I highly reccommend it to all readers who enjoy a little 'magyk' when it comes across them, and a good, solid read that entices their imaginations. I look forward to book three, and hopefully Sage will return to the more consistent plotting techniques that made the first book shine above the second.
Rocksmith
I discovered the Septimus Heap series last fall and I just devoured the series. It is a unique and beautifully written series about a colorful group of characters that you quickly fall in love with. The character development is absolutely wonderful, full of unpredictable twists and turns. This sequel focuses on the beginning of the apprenticeship of Septimus Heap, and his oldest brother Simon's jealous decision to become apprentice for the evil and ultra creepy villain, Dom Daniel. This book has lots of graphic descriptions of Dom Daniel's evil powers, and many frightening scenes of Simon's kidnapping of his adopted sister Jenna, so I would recommend parents' previewing this book before allowing their child to read it.
thrust
I wasn't quite as enthralled with the second book as I was the first (some of the inventiveness and cuteness seemed lacking just a smidgen) but it was still a good story.
I felt it continued the story and plot well, holding fairly true to the characters and flavor of the first book.

I only have a few... not complaints... but rather things that weren't quite up to 5 stars:
I'm still awaiting further explanation of the magical world (though as it's only book two, I'm not too concerned). I think it's all there, it's just not entirely explained and I think it would be very interesting to learn.
A few times I feel Sage has her characters act too young for the rest of their actions. Yes, the cast mainly consists of people under the age of 20, so it makes sense that they would act "young," but sometimes it seems a little out of place (but, not often enough for it to be distracting overall).
Finally, (and yes this is super picky!), a few character traits were a tad annoying: i.e. how unbelieving the Heaps are to one of their son's actions, or how it appears that telling someone what to do firmly is all it takes to be a leader. I'm pretty sure that those weren't the intentions Sage had in mind - I'm guessing that she was trying to show more the undying love of a parent, and that leadership comes with maturity not age, but I'm not sure that it came off quite as well as some of her other messages.

I was very pleased by some of the new characters and the growth of some of the others. I give Sage credit for not manipulating a plot to get her where she needs to go. She seems to have things well set up and a good idea of where the overall story needs to lead. The book isn't very predictable (happily) in most cases, and I was very curious to see how the story unfolded and it kept my interest to the end. I'm anxious to read the third book, so that's always a good sign.:)

It's another nice fantasy story and it doesn't feel like a rehash of many of the other ones. Worth the read!:)
Bil
As an adult, I enjoy good juvenile fantasy and science fiction. The Septimus Heap series is well written and does not have the tendency to restate activities and character actions multiple times. Readers who enjoy references to passing gas and dragon poo will find plenty of that throughout the books. I particularly like the fact that Angie Sage always ends each book with a wrap up about all the characters and/or events that were encountered throughout the story.