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Physik (Septimus Heap Book 3) Paperback – 5 May 2008
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When Silas Heap unseals a forgotten room in the Palace, he releases the ghost of a Queen who lived five hundred years earlier. Queen Etheldredda is as awful in death as she was in life, and she's still up to no good. Her diabolical plan to give herself ever-lasting life requires Jenna's compliance, Septimus' disappearance, and the talents of her son, Marcellus Pye, a famous Alchemist and Physician. And, if Queen Etheldredda's plot involves Jenna and Septimus, then Dark adventure awaits. With heart-stopping action and endless wit, Angie Sage continues the fantastical journey of Septimus Heap.
About the Author
Angie Sage grew up in the Thames Valley, London and Kent. She went to Art School in Leicester where she studied Graphic Design and Illustration. After college she started illustrating books and then progressed to writing, first toddler books, later chapter books and now, Septimus Heap. She lives in Somerset and loves sailing her boat, Muriel, and all things to do with the sea. She has two grown-up daughters.
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I read with great pleasure the entire series and the new Pathfinder twist.
In my opinion, this is one of the best fantasy series recently written for children. It should sit on the shelves of all children loving magic, exploration, and funny dragons.
I particularly like the fact that they are extremely exciting and one gets really anxious about the characters when they are in trouble and yet there is nothing really horrific or excessively evil in the stories.
That is not to say that they are insipid. By no means. There is tension and fear and all the ingredients of high adventure.
I rate them as as good and enjoyable as my normal adult fantasies.
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