Angie Sage

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I obviously forgot to put up a review for this book. This is the fourth book in the Septimus Heap series I’ve read. My memory of it is rather vague as I read it some time ago, but from what I remember I felt it was better than its predecessor, Physik. Having said that, it – Read the rest of this review


I seem to have forgotten to review this. Generally a good book, the third in the Septimus Heap series, but for me it wasn’t as good as the previous two. It seemed a little too downcast, with at lot of text that didn’t really move the story forward, most of the middle of the story – Read the rest of this review


The second book in the Septimus Heap series carries on the wacky notions, action, adventure and inventiveness of the first. Septimus is slowly growing into his role, but limitations on his magyk abilities mean the problems he faces cannot simply be solved with a charm and he has to rely on others and his ingenuity – Read the rest of this review


Magyk is the first of the Septimus Heap series, which I found through an article on the Guardian Unlimited Film site titled ‘Harry Potter meets his match in Septimus Heap.’ I did my preferred method of research, head on over to the page and try and read an extract (I also found extracts from – Read the rest of this review