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Syren (Septimus Heap, Book 5) Hardcover – Deckle Edge, September 29, 2009
Collection of Five "Who Was" Biographies
In this box set, discover the life and times of five icons of black history and celebrate the difference they made in the world. Hardcover
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getting his promotion and his fist assignment (to pick up
his friends from the port). Once Septimus gets his friends,
they meet an old figure from the past and stay with him for
the night. On the way back to the Tower, they crash into one
of the Isles of Syren. This is where the book takes place.
Meanwhile Wolf Boy and Lucy go on an adventure that also
takes them out to the Isle. They witness an object being
stolen and placed strategically. They meet up with Septimus
and Co. and they figure out the evil plan of an enemy from
the past and his henchman. They confront him and&&&&&&&&&.
Who will win the battle? What happens after? What is on the
Isles of Syren?
I read the book Syren recently and it
definitely lived up to my expectations. To any person who
has read any of the books in the series, it will not
disappoint. To people who have not read the series, I
recommend starting from the first book. The plot instantly
hooked me with Septimus getting a promotion and going on his
first solo assignment. The book features an intricate plot
filled with corporal amounts of suspense, action, twists,
and battle. The characters were as good as ever. The
emotions they express are realistically portrayed and make
you relate to the characters as if they were your personal
friends. Overall, this book is excellent and is not a
Reviewed by a young adult student reviewer
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2.Magic:An awesome and classic book
5.Flyte: good, but...
1.Physic: Possibly the best one yet
4.Quest:Really good but second too last on my list of favorite Septimus books. And left too many problem unsolved.
3.Syren:Made problems and didn't solve many (or any) from Quest. But kept me at the edge of my seat. Generally wonderful book but it feels like it is starting too loss some of the magic of "Magic" (the book)
Well bravo Angie Sage for another breathtaking success but don't let all the magic escape
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the 5th book in the Septimus Heap series and let’s say it was a bit different.
I missed the castle and its surroundings. Read more
Fifth in the Septimus Heap fantasy series for young middle-grade readers and revolving around Septimus, a young magykal Apprentice. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathy Davie
Once you begin the Magyk series, you have simply got to enjoy each and every book. Angie Sage is an incredible wordsmith.
Settle back and enjoy a good book.
In the fifth book of the series, Septimus, Jenna, Beetle and the rest of the gang are a little older, a bit wiser, and just as adventurous... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cristina