Seven years after the events of the original Septimus Heap series, a young PathFinder named Alice TodHunter Moon—who insists on being called Tod—sets out from her seaside village to rescue her friend Ferdie f ...more
Well, finally did it. It's been 2 years since its actual publication but I finally went ahead and bought the book (after having to accept that no edition without those really annoying unevenly shredded page edges was going to come out and no way was I passing up this gorgeous cover) and finally read it. I told myself I'd refresh my memory and reread Fyre before starting on Sage's new sequel trilogy to one of my favorite series, but I'm in such desperate need for new books to read every year ...more
"You choose between two courses. And that is the trouble with choosing-there is always the one you didn't take. It may have been better, it may have been worse, but that's not the point. You could not choose both. And sometimes, when the tide is running fast, you have only one chance to decide. You do your best at the time, with what you know then. It's tough, but that's how it goes."
It's Septimus Heap, what did you expect?
Twice I was hit with vicious pangs of feels while I was reading Path...more
Anyway, had only this one at the beach and I am happy I read it. Tod is sweet and it was fun to read about Septimus again, but even he felt... somewhat different ://
This was such a fun read, can't wait to read the next one!
Angie Sage, Mark Zug
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I must say that it took me awhile to figure this book out. I think I should have read the series before this one...you don't really need to but I think it might have made the characters and their magical actions more clear to me. The book summary says the events of this book take place seven years after the original Septimus Heap series...but I never read those books. But then again...maybe I ...more
The book starts quite slowly and has the feel of a middle-grade read. As the adventure with Tod progresses, it fe ...more
This is a great book for students (grades 3rd-8th) who like fantasy and world building. It moved along at a quick pace with lots of adventure and twists. There may have been a few too many characters to keep track of (especially if you haven't read the Septimus Heap books), but it was a fun and interesting read.
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Title: Pathfinder: Todhunter Moon (Book #1)
Author: Angie Sage
It is set in the world of Magyk, which is kind of like earth but, it’s all weird with Wizards, and ancient egg artifacts, and a lake in the middle of every continent.
The main character is Todhunter Moon and she goes on a special adventure because her father is kidnapped by and evil Wizard, and she must save him.
Another character is Oskar Sarn and he is a boy who helps ...more
Firstly we saw Septimus Heap, who is supposedly very handsome and a total flirt ( according to Jenna). I think we met all of the Heap brothers, but I can't be sure, I lost count... Also Marcia was there and she was just as kickass as always. However the new main character Todhunter Moon is also pretty amazing. She actually ...more
This was perfectly fine, much like all the other books in the series. I'm glad that they seem to be keeping the format consistent (short, squat copy, at least in the ARC) with the res ...more
|What's the Name o...: SOLVED. Middle grade fantasy boy born without magic to magical family, goes on journey with relative named Ferdie to find magic. [s]||4||496||Feb 02, 2019 04:40PM|
|~~Septimus Heap~~: TodHunter Moon||46||34||Jun 29, 2016 09:54AM|
|Anyone else read and/or like these||7||11||Nov 16, 2015 12:01PM|
Angie Sage grew ...more