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Physik The third book in the internationally bestselling Septimus Heap series by Angie Sage, featuring the funny and fantastic adventures of a wizard apprentice and his quest to become an ExtraOrdinary WizardNew York Times Bestselling SeriesFew fans of the bestselling Septimus Heap series will be disappointed ALA BooklistReaders will be indubitably hookedworrying, laughing, and gasping over the nonstop adventures of this engaging troupe VOYA Starred ReviewWhen 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 everlasting 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 it will surely involve Nicko, Alther Mella, Marcia Overstrand, Beetle, Stanley, Sarah, Silas, Spit Fyre, Aunt Zelda, and all of the other wacky, wonderful characters that made Magyk and Flyte so memorableWith heartstopping action and a dash of humor, Angie Sage continues the fantastical journey of Septimus Heap Not my favorite Some of it was a bit confusing and unlike the other books where everything wrapped up This did not There was too much focus on new characters who didn't really fit with the story. You know, I hate book reviews I always feel so inadequate when I like a book other people have panned, and although I don't know of anyone who has read this series and didn't like it at least somewhat, I still feel that my support of these books is on shaky ground (insert slightly whiney voice here) But I really like these characters! And I really like the plots! And I really like the crazy narratorial style! We zoom around from person to person and it works for me, but then I'm always interested in what the other people in a story are thinking, and most of the time those feelings are only hinted at with shrugs, and sighs This is also why I like the Bartimaeus Trilogy, and Artemis Fowl But then maybe I like all these books because they are well written.and fun! Entertaining, exciting, and a humdinger of a cliffhanger at the conclusion! Are you okay? Have you looked in to the Glass yet?Jenna's voice came from the cupboard Um…yes I'm looking now What can you see? Nothing.nothing it's just dark oh, wait I can see something now it—it's weird an old man staring at me He looks kind of surprised.An old man? asked Jenna Oh, that's odd What? Jenna could bear it no longer She hurtled down the steps and arrived in the Robing Room just in time to see Septimus spring back from the Glass, slip on the shiny marble floor and fall As he scrabbled to get up and away, Jenna screamed Reaching out of the glass we're too old, wizened hands With long bony fingers and curved yellow nails, they snatched at Septimus is tunic, grabbed hold of it, then wrapped themselves around his Apprentice belt, dragging him toward the Glass Frantically Septimus tried to pull away, kicking out at the clutching talons Jen! Help, Je— he yelled, and then there was silence Septimus's head had disappeared into the Glass as though sinking into a pool of ink.********Physik by Angie Sage is the third book in the Septimus Heap series and was just as exciting as the first two! I'm listening to this series on audiobook, narrated by Gerard Doyle,whose flawless, 5★ performance adds an extra bit of excitement to the story! I really enjoy the characters in this series as they are unique and enchanting Angie Sage effortlessly creates both likeable characters, horrible, evil characters, and some who are a bit of both! The adventures are treacherous and keep me intrigued and captivated from beginning to end, making it difficult to stop listening! I'm always looking for excuses to return to the story as often as possible The ending of this book left me on tenterhooks, anxiously awaiting to listen to Queste, the next adventure in the Septimus Heap series! I'm a big fan of this series! Ghosts, witches, dragons, spells, secret cupboards and tunnels, boggarts, sailing ships, queens, wizards, herbs and magic ringseverything you could possibly imagine in a magical castle realm Mix that with Shakespeareanstyle mischief: comedyoferrors (very human errors!) and mistaken identity And, on top of all that, the characters are lovably ordinary; the children make friends in a natural, uncalculated way, and the adults are soimperfect Lots of fun!

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