Thursday, December 8, 2016

Guest Post!
Carter Shuck, one of our fabulous MMS students has graciously written a guest review for us!

Carter is reviewing one of his favorite reads from our library

Magyk (Septimus Heap, #1) Magyk by Angie Sage

Sudden spells cast into the night.
A thunderflash the light is blinding.
The shockwaves knock me down, and the noise breaks the quiet of the night.
An assassin cremated with only a thought, run! Flee! Save the princess!

This is only a part of the awesome book Septimus Heap book 1 Magyk. In my personal opinion Septimus Heap is a very good read for people who are at a medium level with their reading it is a book that looks very short but is actually very well put together and it is also a very good read.

The book is very detailed and every detail has a place in the story but is still very whimsical with hidden jokes and enhanced humor that is hard to understand if you haven’t been interpreting everything you read and going over confusing details the book is definitely interesting and wears its heart on its sleeve in regard that it has clear emotions, themes, and details.

Now for a short description of the book: a wizard family has born a seventh son of a seventh son and he has died at birth but the details of the death are mysterious and now there is a plot to kill the queen and her daughter the princess with twists and turns it follows the life of the heap family and the princess closely.

To summarize it is a good book and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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