But in faraway lands, the brilliant blue stone is crumbling to dust. Soon the destruction will spread ...more
I will always look back at these books with love and fondness and cherish reading them forever. It's funny how something so unexpectedly grows close to your heart. With StarChaser, I finally said goodbye to the world of Septimus Heap. For now. I have my fingers crossed for more books.
I love it when authors merge two or more of their series together set in the same world through shared history and tie things up nicely. The previously inconsequential things get a chance to be expounded. Here it wa...more
When Septimus' brother Simon's lapis lazuli eye starts to crumble to dust, it bodes ill for many things in the kingdom that depend on it. In order to get things back to the way they were, an ormlet being raised by Spit Fyre must be returned to the Orme Pit and hopefully an Ormlet egg can be found to bury under the castle and restore the magic. Tod and her friends embark on a variety of adventures to accomplish this, and have run ins with the Red Queen, wh ...more
I can find nothing negative to say ...more
Not my favou ...more
Basically, I wanted to finish the series off!
I give this book a 4 out of 5
I wouldn’t advise reading this book without reading the first two in the trilogy, because they build on a lot of knowledge throughout. However, there is no need to read the Septimus Heap books first. This book is suitable for younger readers.
This series is an easy read. I love the world and the magic, and the inventiveness of all the plot lines. In particular, the Ancient Ways, ...more
I was confused a few times by the plot (part of which might be due to reading this months after the second book, but that can't be the whole p ...more
While wrapping up the series, I still felt like I had questions. Primarily, what is Ferdie's life? Does she follow the Pathfinder tradition, does she go into the Manuscriptorium like Oskar, does she go into medicine, or does she marry a m ...more
Aunt Mitza is out for revenge. Marissa has delusions of grandeur. The lapis lazuli is crumbling to dust in faraway lands and in the tunnels.
Tod, Oscar and Ferdie save the day when they follow the path of previous pathfinders.
This is an exciting conclusion to the TodHunter ...more
Angie Sage grew ...more
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Septimus blinked a sudden blurriness from his eyes. "I've missed you," he said.
"Well, I'm sure you'll soon get fed up with me," Marcia retorted, finding that her eyes had gone a little fuzzy too.”