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I’m calling this a “bonus book” because it’s along the same lines as J. This book is so cool! But, it’s also a great book to get if you’re considering starting the series. Felt like I was smacked in the medieval era. It’s best to read this after the fourth book Queste though, as the info in the book becomes dated after that.

HarperCollins and Bloomsbury Publishing. Some parts are backstories–what happened with the characters and the places before the events in the first book. Jul 20, Lori Anderson rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The book is all done with beautiful illustrations on glossy paper, and it gives a great insight to some extra things that might be going on when Septimus isn’t fighting against his enemies.

The Magykal Papers: Septimus Heap: Angie Sage: Bloomsbury Children’s Books

Septimus Heap’s die-hard fans. 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. Want to Read saving…. Book is beautiful and sporadic fun but because it’s so fragmented I couldn’t read it more than 10 pages. I think young readers would really appreciate this one.


The Magykal Papers – Todhunter Moon: Jul 15, Jasmin rated it really liked it. There aren’t too many spoilers in there, and it mayykal a direct understanding of the characters and their roles in the books. Other books in the series.

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We could find some portions of Prince Jenna’s private journal, Septimus Heap’s homeworks, etc. Really good kagykal really funny, just like every other Angie Sage book i’ve ever read!

All the basic stuff like “Septimus has curly hair My favorite part focused on the Ramblings. I had been stroking this book creepily since the day I bought it about a month ago.

Recommended to Teresa TL by: The book is divided papdrs four sections. The stuff in here is so funny; Angie Sage has a hilarious sense of humor.

You know, I think I might like this series more than Harry Potter gasp! Refresh and try again. Septimus Heap by Angie Sage.

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They don’t seem like outstanding literature to me, but they are enjoyable, interesting, and very readable. It was also nice to see more detailed pictures of some of the characters and locations in the books. Of course, this is a must for Septimus Heap fans.


It’s funny how we can all read the same story but imagine it so differently.

For anyone who’s ever wanted to go live in the world of Septimus Heap, this book will be a treat. The private journals of Septimus, Jenna, and Marcia Overstrand.

Angie Sage does not forget to add the lovable wit found in her Septimus Heap books, so it was a very enjoyable read. 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 novels. Fun and light encyclopedia of the Septimus Heap books. Definitely worth getting if you’re a fan of Septimus Heap.

Complete with illustration and full colored, this book will surely satisfied the fans of Septimus Heap. Excerpts from the Pigeon Post Bi Enter the world of Septimus Heap with this collection of previously unpublished papers. Jul 12, Donna rated it liked it.

Sep 24, Vidula rated it liked it Shelves: Sage first studied medicine, but changed her mind and went to Art School in Leicester. The Store Pretty Things: