TodHunter Moon, #1 / World of Septimus Heap

There comes a time when you read a series (like The Selection by Keira Cass & Harry Potter) and then that series ends and your life is over. When the last book came out of Septimus Heap, I read it. I think I was in a dark place for a little while after. But, then this new series was announced and well I perked right back up like a daisy.

For fans of SH this one will knock your socks off! For new comers you probably won't really get into it until the magic arrives, but then you to will be sucked into this world.

The magic in this one take a while to get going. Unlike in the other series. Before it was right in your face. The world building was amazing and full of wonder and color, like the other series.

For those who are fans of the other SH series. This one picks up 7 year after the end of Fyre. This new spin off gives us new characters to fall in love with. And of course it lets us see what our old friends have been up to.

If you’re a fan of fantasy, then this one is definitely for you!

Go Into This One Knowing

If you loved Septimus Heap then you will love this!

Book Blurb for PathFinder

Introducing Alice TodHunter Moon, a Magykal addition to the world of Septimus Heap! Perfect for both established fans of the Septimus Heap series and readers coming to the world of Septimus Heap for the first time, PathFinder is the first book in the Septimus Heap spin-off series, TodHunter Moon.

Taking place seven years after the events of the original Septimus Heap series, PathFinder tells the story of Alice TodHunter Moon, a young PathFinder who leaves her seaside village in search of her friend Ferdie. Rumor has it that Ferdie has been taken by mysterious creatures called Garmin under orders from the malevolent Lady.

Full of Angie Sage's characteristic humor and heart, PathFinder introduces a new cast of young characters—and a new kind of Magyk. All the beloved characters from Septimus Heap are here, too—Tod receives help from ExtraOrdinary Wizard Septimus Heap, Ex–Extraordinary Wizard Marcia Overstrand, and Alchemist Simon Heap. A great addition to any fantasy reader's library!

Age Range: 8 - 12 years / Grade Level: 3 - 7

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2014 5.00