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Magyk: Septimus Heap | Angie Sage
Enter the world of Septimus Heap, Wizard Apprentice. Magyk is his destiny. A powerful necromancer plans to seize control of all things Magykal. He has killed the Queen and locked up the Extraordinary Wizard. Now with Darke Magyk he will create a world filled with Darke creatures. But the Necromancer made one mistake. A vital detail he has overlooked means there is a boy who can stop him - the only problem is, the boy doesn't know it yet.For the Heap family, life as they know is about to change, and the most fantastically fast-paced adventure of confused identities, magyk and mayhem, begin.
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wideeyedreader
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Finally gave this one a re-read! I read it first when I was a kid, forgot everything that happened in it, and loved it just as much this time around! If you‘re looking for a good middle-grade fantasy, this is one to look out for. Fills the #frostythesnowman prompt for #averymerrybingo @Jadams1776

Jadams1776 🎁👍🏻🎅🏻🎉🎄 14mo
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Nicolas Galatonov
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If you like books that are filled to the brim with comedy, friendship and loveable characters, Magyk is for you. This is the first book in a series by Angie Sage. This story follows the Heap family; composed of Sarah and Silas Heap, 6 sons and one adopted daughter. Jenna, the daughter, was a baby found alone in the snow the night that Silas's seventh son was born. When Silas returned home with the baby girl, he was shocked to see the midwife rush-

Nicolas Galatonov out of his house, holding a baby and screaming, “It's dead!“ They decide to keep the baby girl in place of their dead seventh son. A while later, they find out that the Queen was murdered and Sarah suspects that the baby they found in the snow could be her daughter though she keeps it a secret between her and Silas only. With the Queen and ExtraOrdinary Wizard, Alther Mella, dead, the Surpreme Custodian(an evil man that works for DomDaniel) is put 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov in charge of the castle. He has Magyk schools closed, gets rid of a lot of Magyk books and makes it known that the use of Magyk should be frowned upon. Alther's apprentice, Marcia Overstrand is then appointed as ExtraOrdinary wizard. Throughout the years, she keeps watch on the Heap family to see that Jenna is safe. 10 years after the assassination of the Queen and the night Jenna was found, Marcia discovers one of the Supreme Custodians spies 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov living next door to the Heaps. The spy gets authorization to kill Jenna but Marcia is faster than her and brings Jenna to the Wizard Tower. Outside the doors to the Tower, Marcia discovers a boy from the Young Army(Supreme Custodians guards) frozen and nearly dead under a pile of snow so she brings him to her room with Jenna and warms him up. Silas, his dog, and youngest son, Nicko, come to see Marcia and Jenna. Marcia soon discovers the assassin 14mo
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Nicolas Galatonov entering the Wizard Tower so she makes everyone go down the garbage shute. They arrive at the bottom of the Tower near the moat and Sally's cafe. Sally is their friend so she lets them use her boat to escape. A Hunter comes and threatens Sally until one of her customers gives the Hunter the information he needs. He then gathers his pack and follows the runaways down the river. When the Hunter catches up, Marcia summons mist and then creates an 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov illusion of their boat going farther down the river. The Hunter chases after the illusion while the Heaps, Marcia and Young Army boy(also named boy 412) escape into the marshes to Aunt Zelda's cottage. They stay there for a bit but boy 412 never says a word due to consorting with wizards being against the Young Army rules. One day he explores around and falls into a secret cave where he finds a ring that glows in the dark which allows him to find 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov his way to a trapdoor leading to a small room in Aunt Zelda's cottage. Marcia decides to teach Jenna, Nicko and boy 412 a basic invisibility spell and realises that boy 412 is very gifted at Magyk. She then asks him to be her apprentice but he turns her down because he thinks the ring he found is the source behind his power. A message rat from Sarah then arrives and tells them that Sarah and the kids have gone to live with the witches in the 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov forest but Simon, their eldest son, has disappeared. Silas decides to go see his family and look for Simon. Simon was captured and sort of locked up in the castle. He talks a lot with the Supreme Custodian and they become friends. A while later, a message rat arrives with a message from the Supreme Custodian pretending to be Silas and telling Marcia to come see him in the castle. She teleports there but is ambushed by his men. She is thrown into 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov jail. The Hunter finds out where the kids are hiding and comes after them with DomDaniel's apprentice who isn't too good at Magyk, which is weird considering he is the seventh son of a seventh son. Once at Aunt Zelda's cottage, the Hunter chases Jenna and boy 412. Boy 412 sees the secret entrance to the cave he saw earlier and rushes in there with Jenna. He then leads her back to the cottage where Aunt Zelda has used a Freeze spell on the Hunter 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov and has captured the apprentice. She wipes the Hunter's mind and sets him off to go the circus. The apprentice says his name is Septimus Heap but they don't believe him because Septimus Heap died when he was born 10 years ago. Later on, Septimus escapes and finds his way to DomDaniel's boat which is waiting outside the marshes. The kids follow him and Alther's ghost appears and tells them Marcia is kept prisoner on the boat but that they should 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov stay put. The three kids use the invisibility spell Marcia taught them and sneak up to DomDaniel's boat. Boy 412 and Jenna board and find Marcia. Boy 412 gives her his ring hoping it helps them but on their way out, they are discovered by DomDaniel. They escape but DomDaniel starts summoning a terrible storm. They get to the cottage and Aunt Zelda hides them in the secret cave boy 412 discovered. Jenna accidentally makes the wall open up to reveal 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov a room with a beautiful boat with the a dragon head in the front, dragon wings on the side and a dragon tail at the back. They find out that the dragon is alive and somehow part of the boat. The storm breaks down the walls around the underground room and reveals the sky. The dragon tells them to grab the tiller and steer her while she flies. Marcia escapes from the jail due to boy 412's ring helping regenerate her power and she goes up on deck to 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov see the dragon boat flying over to her and DomDaniel's boat. The kids pick up Marcia while the storm causes DomDaniels' boat to sink. The Heaps join the kids and Marcia at the cottage. Aunt Zelda scries and they all discover that boy 412 is actually Septimus, Silas and Sarah's supposedly dead son. Later on, Aunt Zelda does some more scrying and discovers that DomDaniel hired the midwife to say Septimus was dead and deliver him to the Young Army 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov nursery where one of his servants would pick him up and bring Septimus to him. He wanted Septimus because he is the seventh son of a seventh son meaning he will be really good at Magyk. When the servant comes to pick up Septimus, she snatches a baby from the midwife's hands not knowing that the baby was actually the midwife's baby and not Septimus. The main theme of this book is how teamwork and being part of a group help a lot when dealing with a 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov problem. The theme is made present multiple times in this book. For the main characters to even have survived as long as they have, they needed each other. For example, Marcia saves Septimus from the snow, and she also creates the fog allowing them to escape into the marshes. Also, Septimus saves Jenna from the Hunter by leading her into the secret cave and the kids save Marcia from DomDaniels boat. In contrast, we see just how unsuccessful their 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov enemies are because they try to work alone and never combine their powers. An example of this is when the Hunter comes to the cottage with the apprentice. The apprentice follows Nicko to the cottage where he is overpowered by Nicko and Zelda while the Hunter tries to follow Jenna and boy 412 which allows him once again be overpowered by Aunt Zelda and Nicko. I think this book was great and very detailed. I can really agree with the theme of the 14mo
Nicolas Galatonov book because I've realised a while ago that doing things alone is a lot harder than doing things by yourself. If one person can do lot, imagine what 2, 3, or more people could do. 14mo
MissYaremcio Nicely done Nic! I read the first book of this series but not any of the others, have you read any more of the series? 6/6 14mo
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Mdonald
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peanutnine
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Middle school Sara would have devoured this book. And adult me still loved it 😂 It was such a great story in a fun magykal world. I can't wait to read the whole series!

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MissPurpleSpecs
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I really, really wanted to like this book, but I just struggled to focus on it. It ended up feeling more like a chore than a joy. Maybe I‘ll come back to it and read it later, but right now, I just I‘m not excited about it.

LRiz11 I felt the same way, but I had to read the whole thing for summer reading. 3y
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Twainy
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🎧 I really enjoyed this book, I didn‘t think I would but I did. I bought the hardcover for my home library. Sort of Harry Potter on the run. It felt familiar as it uses some words that were used in HP. It‘s a kid book but so was HP. It‘s for about the same age range. It‘s worth a read. I‘m not comparing it to HP I‘m just saying that while reading Magyk you may occasionally be reminded of HP. Anyone else have a HP read-a-like? ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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GatheringBooks
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#QuotsyOct19 Day 31: #Spell
This is one of my fave series but stopped in Book 3 or 4. I should revisit the books soonest!

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mabell
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I wasn‘t sure what to expect with this story, but I was very pleasantly surprised! The tale was neatly interwoven, not overly complex, and overall lighthearted. There are ups and downs, thrills and laughs - I enjoyed it!

It was the beginning of a series, but you could easily read this and not have to continue (though I very well might).

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obrobanana

An awesome adventure

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wanderinglynn
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Excellent week 1 Team #BFC! 🙌🏻

As you can see, I didn‘t quite make my goals. But that‘s okay. I have something to aim for next week.

Adapt & change, but don‘t quit. And if you‘re struggling, please post so your team can help you!

Optional photo challenge for week 2: post a photo of something that motivates you & tell us why it motivates you.

#BookFitnessChallenge

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monalyisha Your goals are BIG! You‘ll get there! Cheering for you!!! 🙌🏻 4y
jb72 Great job! You are so encouraging get and it‘s quite helpful. 4y
CoverToCoverGirl Wonderful post! Inspiring! 👊😊 4y
Kaye I like your photo challenge . I‘ll have to FUDGE mine a bit. I know EXACTLY what motivated me but I don‘t have a picture. I‘ll find one that‘ll give you the HINT. 4y
TheSpineView You did super! Some awesome goals too! 4y
Felso Well done! 4y
OrangeMooseReads You did awesome! 4y
britt_brooke Good work! I‘ve loved seeing everyone‘s progress and will post mine tomorrow. I didn‘t quite meet my goals either. That‘s life! 4y
alisiakae Great job! I‘m posting my update tomorrow. 4y
Reecaspieces You go chick! 4y
BookwormAHN Fantastic job 👏🏻 4y
Megabooks Great job! I think the community aspect is what is motivating me a lot. Knowing I‘m doing this with everyone else is great! 👍🏻👍🏻 4y
baes Great job! 4y
Erin7 This has been a great motivator so far. I love that you‘re adding things to keep it interesting😊 4y
baes So can we adapt our goals? I met mine, but I think in order for this to stick I need to change. 😂 4y
LapReader Thanks for your continued hard work organising us all. I love the bit about trying again if we didn‘t succeed this week. 4y
catebutler Such a great week! You‘ll definitely be ready for your race in no time! 👏🏼 4y
LibrarianRyan I will get my updates posted tomorrow or saturday. I am running a library conference tomorrow.
4y
wanderinglynn @baes Yes you can change your goals. The important bit is to set goals for accountability. But sometimes our goals are right for us at that time. And as we change, so must our goals. I want everyone to succeed. 💜 4y
julesG Like your stats. As to sugar consumption, I challenged my son this week. We both went without any sweets and had healthy meals. He's doing good, no "hangry" spells. 4y
rockpools Thank you for this! You‘ve made me think about changing my Fitbit step goals - I regularly fall about 2000 short, so I‘ve reduced them by 1000 - I‘m more likely to put the effort in to reach 1000 more steps than 2000, which would still be heading in the right direction🤞 4y
Jerdencon Nice job!! 😀 4y
baes @wanderinglynn Okay I‘m going to change my goal then to 35,000. That is more doable on a regular basis! 4y
wanderinglynn @RachelO That‘s the idea. Adapt. Make reachable goals. Because you‘re exactly right—if our goals are too high that we can‘t reach them, we won‘t even try. 👍🏻 4y
TheEllieMo I‘m going to add a new goal - to stick to my calorie allowance! I‘ve been terrible for going over recently, which would explain why I haven‘t lost any weight. No more picking! 4y
mcipher Yay - looks like you did awesome this week!! I started to post mine but for overwhelmed by math 😆- but i know I‘ve done okay! Lunch break at work and my brain is mush... 4y
VanChocStrawberry I love seeing everyone's stats! It's inspiring! 4y
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wanderinglynn
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Audiobook 1/6 finished for #BFC. My full review of the book on GR: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2503568790. The short version is it was entertaining but not so much that I‘ll pick up book 2.

On the fitness front, did 3 miles tonight, 10.4 total since Friday. I have hit 10k steps every day & have done my 10 min of yoga every morning. I‘m already feeling better. 😀🙌🏻

#BookFitnessChallenge

Nu-Bibliophile 🙌🙌 4y
robinb 🥳🥳🥳👏👏👏👏👏 4y
ChasingOm 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 4y
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CoverToCoverGirl 👏👏 4y
imabusybee Doesnt it feel awesome! 👏 Way to go! 4y
Felso 👍🏻👍🏻 4y
bewareofwords Keep up the great work! 🤗 4y
Stacy_31 Wow, that‘s awesome!! 👍👍 4y
nelehelen Wow that‘s great!!! Awesome job!! 4y
Megabooks Fabulous!! 👍🏻👍🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4y
BookwormAHN Fantastic 👏🏻 4y
Itchyfeetreader Well done - good that you are feeling a difference 4y
hilded Awesome 🤩🙌🏻 4y
dariazeoli Awesome work! Keep it up! 4y
tdrosebud Way to go! Keep it up! 4y
mabell Great work! 4y
Clwojick I love that your doing daily yoga! I need to start that! 😍 4y
wanderinglynn @Clwojick I know it‘s a bit too early to judge since I haven‘t even been doing it a week yet, but I think it is helping. I may add 10 minutes at night to see if it helps me sleep better. 4y
lauren.lerner Hey, can I ask you about this #bookfitnesschallenge you launched? (This is when I wish Litsy had direct messaging! Happy to email about it if that‘s easier than Litsy comments, just lmk!) 4y
wanderinglynn @lauren.lerner Yes, DM would be nice. Either email me at lynn@wanderinglynn.com or if you use messenger: m.me/lal.wanderinglynn 4y
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wanderinglynn
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Despite a morning headache and sinus issues, I did my 10 min morning yoga. This afternoon, Dexter & I completed a 2.5 mile hike.

And despite its predictability, I‘m enjoying Magyk. The audiobook is read by Allen Corduner, who has a pleasant voice. (Of course, I can always listen to anyone with an English accent.)

#BookFitnessChallenge #BFC

EH2018 Nice job! 4y
AsYouWish Good job!!! 4y
Texreader Amazing! Hope you are feeling better now! 4y
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wanderinglynn Thank you @EH2018 @AsYouWish @Texreader and yes, feeling better. All this pollen is giving my sinuses a workout! 😂 4y
BookwormAHN Great job, cute dog 👏🏻 4y
Marina_h Ohh I wish I had a dog. It would make it easier getting out for walks! 4y
hilded So much green, it‘s lovely outside now (if you‘re not pollen allergic of course) 🌱🍃 4y
Kaye 💚 4y
Bookwormjillk Hope you feel better today. Great job! 4y
guinsgirlreads Way to push through! Feel better soon!! 4y
alisiakae Pushing through is hard, way to go! Beautiful spot! 4y
mabell Your hike looks wonderful! Good job Dexter! ❤️🐶 4y
OrangeMooseReads Way to go even when you weren‘t feeling great 👍🏼 4y
wanderinglynn @BookwormAHN thank you! ☺️ 4y
wanderinglynn @Marina_h yes, he makes me get out especially on days I‘d rather just vegetate. 👍🏻 4y
wanderinglynn @hilded My sinuses are not enjoying the pollen. But it is simply lovely outside. 💚 4y
tdrosebud 👍 4y
Caterina Great job!! It's hardest to keep up the fitness goals when you're not feeling great. Hope you're feeling better now! ❤ 4y
CoverToCoverGirl Well done! 👍 4y
kspenmoll 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 wonderful, covering all bases! 4y
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wanderinglynn
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Pretty good first day of #BFC (and it‘s not quite over, so my step total will be a bit higher). I walked Dexter 1 mile, started listening to the tagged, and I‘m still reading Going Postal.

#BookFitnessChallenge

BookwormAHN 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4y
mabell Nice!! 4y
Clwojick Woohoo!congrats on getting in your 12/12 active hours. I did not! I may have napped for 3 hours in the afternoon 😂🙈 4y
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BarbaraJean Great first day!! 👏🏼 4y
baes Nice job!!! 4y
AsYouWish Good job!!!🙌🏻 4y
Wife I have an older Fitbit and don‘t have the “active hours” icon. Now I want that too!🌹 4y
Simona Nice numbers❣️ 4y
Kaye 💚 4y
tdrosebud Great first day! 4y
Soubhiville Yay Terry Pratchett! I loved this one! 4y
alisiakae Great job! That Magyk cover is gorgeous. 😍 4y
Laughterhp Great first day! That Magyar book looks really cool! 4y
hes7 Yay! Nice job! 👏🏻💪🏻 4y
wanderinglynn @Wife That‘s why I upgraded my Fitbit too! 😉 4y
wanderinglynn @Soubhiville Yes, I‘m definitely enjoying it. 4y
wanderinglynn @Laughterhp So far the story is pretty good. 👍🏻 4y
Megabooks Great job!! 😎😎😎 4y
TheSpineView Good going! 4y
Caterina Very nice!! It's so hard to get 12 active hours, that's fantastic! 👍 4y
CoverToCoverGirl Well done! 🤓 4y
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wanderinglynn
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#FriYayIntro
1. Right now it‘s 🙌🏻💜😂
2. Nope.
3. #MayMadness reading, #BookFitnessChallenge, & working on my #MysteryMessageSwap
4. I‘m last, but I really grew up an only child because my siblings (halfsies) are 12 & 14 years older than me.
5. 🙌🏻

PathfinderNicole Hey I‘m the oldest and my siblings (also halfsies!) are 12 and 14 years younger than me 😂 4y
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Whitwhit
Mehso-so

Ok

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JuliaTheBookNerd
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🙌🏻📚 4y
BooknerdsLife 😍😍💚 4y
vkois88 💚💚💚 4y
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kiwepie
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This book is great so far such a fun read and it has kept me wanting to pick it up every chance I get

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“The Ramblings, which was where Silas, Sarah and the boys lived, was a huge stone building that rose up along the riverside. It sprawled for three miles along the river and back again into the Castle and was a noisy, busy place filled with a warren of passages and rooms, with small factories, schools and shops mixed in with family rooms, tiny roof gardens and even a #theater.”
#QuotsyNov18

Literary_Siren Such a good series!! 4y
Itchyfeetreader I just bought the first one as a gift 4y
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Pasteluniverse
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So far so good! I‘ve had this lying around from when I was 11 or 12 and had never gotten around to reading it. Picked it up the other day looking for a light read and I‘m thoroughly enjoying it- has a Harry Potter feel to it, lots of wizards and magic. Fun read, would recommend!

Literary_Siren I love this series! I‘ve read the books just as many times as I‘ve read Harry Potter. 4y
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julesG
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Having some "Magyk"al time with my daughter. We started reading the first Septimus Heap book.

#raisingreaders

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Argon
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1. I used to just read one, but over the last few years I‘ve regularly been reading 4 or 5 at once, so I‘ve gotten used to going back and forth!
2. Sometimes it‘s really clear like watching a movie, other times it‘s just bits and pieces of image & sound like a dream.
3. Outside, but usually close (like a movie).
4. So many! I loved fantasy books like Harry Potter & Septimus Heap, so those for sure 🔮🧙🏻‍♀️

@nu-bibliophile #OnlyReadersUnderstand

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BookaholicNatty
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The kiddos and I found this a week ago for about a dollar and are really excited to read it together. Anyone know about the Septimus Heap series?

julesG I loved the series. I've been trying to get my son to read it for about five years now. I guess I'll just read it with my daughter. 5y
RJHowe I know about that series but what incredible packaging! 5y
Jabberwocky I loved these books when I was younger! 5y
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tracey38 Haven't heard of this but sounds good. 5y
RainyDayReading I loved this series when I was younger! Never got to finish the series though because the books were so slow in coming out back then. 5y
LibrarianRyan Great series for a readaloud. 5y
RebL Yes, my kids and I read the first books together. 5y
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JuliaTheBookNerd
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Chellebearss Love the Kelley Armstrong series! 5y
wanderinglynn I haven‘t read it, but spelling it as “magyk” I think would annoy me. I‘d love to hear other opinions on this. 5y
JuliaTheBookNerd @wanderinglynn It‘s not so bad. It is kind of the theme of the series to spell certain words differently. The books in the series are; Magyk, Flyte, Physik, Queste, Syren, Darke, & Fyre. 5y
wanderinglynn Thanks @JuliaTheBookNerd! It sounds interesting, so I may give it a try. 5y
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WanderingBookaneer
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#SeptimusCat was looking so cute I decided to use him for the #PayItForward giveaway. #CatsOfLitsy

julesG He's gorgeous. 5y
Lcsmcat 😻😻 5y
Zelma What a sweet boy! 😻 5y
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CoffeeCatsBooks Adorable!! 😻😻 5y
Bookzombie 💕🐱 5y
ladym30 What a sweetie! 5y
Velvetfur Aaww what a little snuggles! 💜 5y
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calicodreamin
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Wonderful story. Angie really knows how to create a universe for you to get lost in. You follow young Jenna and Septimus and really get hooked into their stories.

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wordslinger42
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So, this is my third time reading the first book in Septimus Heap & I am determined to finally finish the series (the first book really is good, despite my fickle reading habits)!! In other news, I read all of the Shannara books -- YAY 😄 -- & am now starting to realize that a majority of my life goals involve reading very long, time-consuming fantasy series 😁🐲

ReadingRover I love this series!!! 5y
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btwnprintedpgs
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Hey look, it's my childhood! Would definitely recommend this series for kids. It's a lot of fun,and it didn't impair my spelling much either! Promise!
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#septimusheap #series #magyk #middlegrade #paranormal #fantasy #bookstack #pileofbooks #bookblog

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Skeeterisme
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Can't believe I hadn't read this yet! Excellent. Can't wait to read the next.

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stinkylizer
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i read this books a while ago but i loved it 🌈

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TindraTieren
Mehso-so

Not bad. Kindof annoying being able to easily identify the inspirations for several characters. I'm interested enough to keep checking these out from the library, but probably wouldn't buy them.

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Sisenegger
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15 books in January! All y'all that manage more than that - my hats off to you.
#januaryreads

Cinfhen Pretty graphic and great month 😍 6y
Cinfhen I loved Art of hearing Heartbeats and 6y
Sisenegger @cinfen I loved them, too. Thank you! 6y
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KaitlinS16
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Another #currentlyreading! I've been wanting to revisit this series for a long time. It used to be a favorite of mine. :)

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julesG
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#ReadJanuary
#ForTheLoveOfFonts (Day 14)

@RealLifeReading

Only a few books. Some from the "will never get rid of them" shelf and some from my TBR.

RealLifeReading Very nice! 6y
Chachic The Book of Lost Things does have great typography! I know I read it but now I don't really remember much about it. 6y
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sarahgreatlove
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Enjoyed this read. But it's pretty heavily related to the potterverse and it kind of made me just want to reread Harry Potter. However, I am going on to book 2. Likeable characters and intriguing plot. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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sami_andis
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Magical!

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sarahgreatlove
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Current read, really enjoying so far!

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snowdrop
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One of my favourite fantasy series. Perfect for snuggling with on rainy nights like these. #somethingforsept #mapsinbooks

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amrrruuuta
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One of my favorites.