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I said “almost” because the “information” provided in this book has not yet complete or thorough, because they only describe the world of Septimus Heap up to the first four books. Aug 27, Sella Malin rated it it was amazing. But I found that I couldn’t pore over it like I did with the other books; mostly the pages are presented as information, not as stories, so it seemed tiring to read everything in one go.
The Magykal Papers – Todhunter Moon: I loved learning a few new things about the series and its characters. Apr 19, Ariel rated it it was amazing. It’s not a book that can be read in one sitting, though.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It’s best to read this after the fourth book Queste though, as the info in the book becomes dated after that. Gives a few insights and background information, but a nice skim reading, and interesting add ons for the series. Some parts are backstories–what happened with the characters and the places before the events in the first book.
Sep 23, Dina rated it it was ok. What I liked was how the news clippings and pamphlets made the Septimus Heap world more vivid. Hardcoverpages. Want to Read saving….
Return to Book Page. Her first novel was Septimus Heap: In a way it’s a behind the scene of the Septimus Heap series, it tells about: For anyone who’s ever wanted to go live in the world of Septimus Heap, this book will be a treat. Other books in the series. Sep 04, Kirsti Call rated it it was ok. It made me jagykal to read the other books all over again!
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My only complaint is that this book had to change my mental images of the Heap family. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Excerpts from the Pigeon Post Bi Enter the world of Septimus Heap with this collection of previously unpublished papers.
Nov 05, Alexa rated it it was amazing. The Store Pretty Things: I got it for christmas and i’d finished by the 27th! While it’s fun to read characters’ diary entries and look at beautiful, detailed illustrations of certain places you can’t find on the maps in the books, it’s a rea Interesting and fun, but doesn’t give any added insight into the world of Magyk.
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Apart from that, most of the entries are simple bullet points that are not enjoyable to read, for example a list of what one can order in a tavern accompanied by a drawing. Papeds continuity, no real purpose to what it was all about. Perhaps I would have enjoyed this better if I had read it where it fit in in the series. The book does give you pwpers details on the characters in the Septimus Heap series, but I kept thinking of the book from “The Series of Unfortunate Events”, Lemony Snicket, the unathorized autobiography.
Well, hopefully in the distant future, there will pappers the “true” Septimus Heap encyclopedia, either written by Sage or other writer or a fan of this series, perhaps? Papeers a series can lead to fun, entertaining or informational add-on books. It would have been more fun to read it back when I was reading the rest of the series. I finally got around to reading it now and I do not regret buying it. Saki Asahina I’d suggest not because it is numbered as book 7.
HarperCollins and Bloomsbury Publishing. It contained diary entries from some of the main characters, a detailed description of how magyk came to be and other cute pages, which added to the imagination.
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. I also admire the papfrs the illustrator drew. This was an eye-opener into some of the backstory of the Castle and it’s inhabitants. Sep 24, Vidula rated it liked it Shelves: It’s books like these that make me wish Dubai had a decent library so I paper waste my money on books I know I’m not going to be re-perusing very often.