Physik: Septimus Heap, Book 3

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A&C Black, Feb 2, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 416 pages
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Enter the world of Septimus Heap, Wizard Apprentice. Magyk is his destiny.

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's 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 Magykal wit, Angie Sage continues the fantastical journey of Septimus Heap.

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User Review  - Sorryidecline - Target

It is one of my favorite books from the series. It is really cool how they have 2 different times, our time which is where the Earth goes around the Sun, and the other time where the Sun goes around ... Read full review

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User Review  - westernwishes -

Very entertaining with good plot too keep the mind engaged for even a nonreader child. My grandson and I have read the entire series and have now gotten his brother to read as well. Wonderful for young readers. Read full review


A Note from the Author The Castle
Snorri Snorrelssen
The Traders Market
An Unwelcome Visitor
The Hole in the Wall
Queen Etheldredda
The Outside Path
Jillie Djinn
The Navigator
The Old
The Empty Palace
Palace Ghosts
The Dragon Kennel
The Rat Stranglers

Snake Slipway
Fire Under the Water
Prediction Practical
The Queens Robing Room
The Glass
Fyre and Seek
Rider Retrieve
The Alfrún

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About the author (2012)

Angie Sage began her career illustrating books, and then started writing - first toddler books, later chapter books and then the masterful Septimus Heap. She lives in a fifteenth-century house in Somerset. She has two grown-up daughters.

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