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Filled with fun, quirky facts, it’s a book you’d probably choose to flip through quickly, not something to toil over during a rainy day. Book is beautiful and sporadic fun but because it’s so fragmented I couldn’t read it more than 10 pages.
The Magykal Papers: Septimus Heap: Angie Sage: Bloomsbury Children’s Books
Beautiful maps, quirky flyers, funny letters, and much more! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Even my kids weren’t interested.
Enter the world of Septimus Heap with this collection of previously unpublished papers.
Unlike supplementary books in other series, The Magykal Papers does not really add any new story. Pamphlets aren’t even meant to be interesting, it’s the sights that are.
I had been stroking this book creepily since the day I bought it about a month ago. I think young readers would really appreciate this one.
The full-color illustrations and amazing range of papers from the Castle, the Wizard Tower, the Palace and “Around the Castle” make this a book to get lost in for many enjoyable hours. Other books in the series. Of course, this is a must for Septimus Heap fans. Alther Mella’s Guide to Being Dead: It also includes Septimus’ homeworks and its corrections by Marcia and a pamphlet by Alther Mella, on assisting recently turned ghosts in the afterlife.
The Magykal Papers
It was worth it! For anyone who’s ever wanted to go live in the world of Septimus Heap, this book will be a treat. Because there isn’t a storyline, it’s most enjoyed when read a page or tw Sometimes a series can lead to fun, entertaining or informational add-on books. During developing the supplementary, Angie Sage said in an interview that she was enjoying the process of developing this guide-book and thinking about the book’s structure and all its characters.
The diaries were particularly interesting and entertaining. It has been a while since I read the last Septimus Heap book,so this was a good reminder about the characters, background and plots of the previous paperrs.
And I like the characters. But, it’s also a great book to get if you’re considering starting the series. I liked how it looked like you were actually reading from a manuscriptorium book!
The Magykal Papers (Septimus Heap, #) by Angie Sage
A nice little guidebook that complements the Septimus Heap series, it is most definitely advised to read this only after you’ve read the first four books. Some of it was fun, but it seemed to get a little tedious. Lacked continuity, no real purpose to what it was all about. Open Preview See a Problem? Puts a different perspective on things though. Refresh and try again.
While it would make no sense to someone simply picking it up randomly, to those myself included who love the Septimus Heap books it pspers a great side book to read while waiting for the next book to come out. I have not yet read the series for this book.
Sage first studied medicine, but changed her mind and went to Art School in Leicester. Of course, there were some exceptions. The whole design of it including the cover and dust jacket is very well done. To ask other readers questions about The Magykal Papersplease sign up.