Magyk The Magyk Begins HereSeptimus Heap the seventh son of the seventh son disappears the night he is born pronounced dead by the midwife That same night the baby s father Silas Heap comes across an

  • Title: Magyk
  • Author: Angie Sage Mark Zug
  • ISBN: 9780061757068
  • Page: 145
  • Format: ebook
  • The Magyk Begins HereSeptimus Heap, the seventh son of the seventh son, disappears the night he is born, pronounced dead by the midwife That same night, the baby s father, Silas Heap, comes across an abandoned child in the snow a newborn girl with violet eyes The Heaps take her into their home, name her Jenna, and raise her as their own But who is this mysterious babThe Magyk Begins HereSeptimus Heap, the seventh son of the seventh son, disappears the night he is born, pronounced dead by the midwife That same night, the baby s father, Silas Heap, comes across an abandoned child in the snow a newborn girl with violet eyes The Heaps take her into their home, name her Jenna, and raise her as their own But who is this mysterious baby girl, and what really happened to their beloved son Septimus

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    1. Angie Sage Mark Zug

      Angie Sage born 1952 is the author of the Septimus Heap series which includes Magyk, Flyte, Physik, Queste, Syren, Darke and Fyre She also wrote the Todhunter Moon series, and the Magykal Papers, an additional book with extra information about Septimus world She is also the illustrator and or writer of many children s books, and is the new writer of the Araminta Spookie series.Angie Sage grew up in Thames Valley, London and Kent Her father was a publisher He would bring home blank books that she could fill with pictures and stories Sage first studied medicine, but changed her mind and went to Art School in Leicester There she studied Graphic Design and Illustration She began illustrating books after college Then she progressed to writing children stories, including toddler books and chapter books Her first novel was Septimus Heap Magyk Angie Sage is married and has two daughters, Laurie and Lois.

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    1. I have something of a taste for children's and young adult fantasy stories. I'm a total geek for Harry Potter, and quite enjoyed Fablehaven, Tithe, and Wicked Lovely, amongst others. The thing is there are some children's books which, while written young, can appeal to an older audience, and there are others which are written in such a way as to make the cross-over nigh impossible. This was on of the latter Leaving aside the cliched plot and all the other things that people have pointed out, the [...]

    2. This was pretty good. A nice, quick, easy read that kept me entertained. I especially enjoyed the whimsical tone throughout. I would have liked to see a bit more emotional depth and moral ambiguity from the characters though. This book doesn't really "go there." Also a tad long for middle grade. Still, a good read, especially for kids, I'm sure.

    3. Onvan : Magyk (Septimus Heap, #1) - Nevisande : Angie Sage - ISBN : 60577312 - ISBN13 : 9780060577315 - Dar 564 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 2005

    4. Magyk (Septimus Heap, #1), Angie SageMagyk (an archaic spelling of "Magic") is a fantasy novel written by English author Angie Sage. It is the first book in the seven-book Septimus Heap series. The sequel, Flyte was released in March 2006, Physik in March 2007, Queste in 2008, Syren in September 2009, Darke in July 2011, and Fyre in 2013. The book cover of Magyk alludes to the diary that the ExtraOrdinary Wizard Marcia makes for her apprentice, Septimus Heap. The cover also depicts Septimus's Dr [...]

    5. melissa413readsalot I read this book many, many moons ago! I loved it then and I love it now. Things from the book came back to me as I read them. Septimus Heap was taken away as a newborn child with the nurse saying he was deadhe was not. He was taken away to turn him into something else. In his place there was left a baby girl that was found by the father, Silas Heap. It's funny this happens right as their baby is taken. hmmm wonder who she is. So the house is full of Heaps and several years l [...]

    6. Long, entertaining, with some humorous lines, and nice chapter illustrations. (British version.) More Harry Potter similarities. I didn’t mind the postscript with what happened to the minor characters. And the prose was certainly better than Paolini’s first book (I somehow can’t force myself to read the second one), and the plot was a lot fresher, too. But there were some negatives as well: too many characters, without a focal character! With no main person to focus and interpret things, i [...]

    7. REVIEW: MAGYK by Angie SageI have just read and enjoyed ‘Magyk’ by Angie Sage. It is the story of Septimus Heap, a wizard apprentice. I noticed a few similarities to my own Spook’s Series. For example both Tom Ward and Septimus Heap are both seventh sons of seventh sons. Also pointy shoes are mentioned and a boggart features! Of course there are differences too. Angie Sage’s book features wizards who are wielders of magic. In my books the Spook and his apprentice practise a craft and use [...]

    8. Poor Angie Sage. How annoying, to write a book about a young wizard right in the midst of Harry Potter mania! Comparisons are unavoidable, and reading this story in the shadow of Rowling's legacy makes it difficult to properly evaluate the characters and plot without drawing mental links between Boggart and Hagrid, DomDaniel and Voldemort, that leave an adult reader feeling dissatisfied with the world of Magyk. It is, however, important to keep in mind that this IS a different book, with differe [...]

    9. Eine süße und toll erzählte Geschichte - aber leider nicht meins. Im direkten Vergleich haben mir die Chroniken von Anbeginn besser gefallen. Das Buch hat für mich auch nichts mit Harry Potter zu tun! Aber das nur am Rande - hat nichts mit meiner Bewertung zu tun, hab das nur des Öfteren in anderen Rezensionen gelesen!

    10. I actually ended up enjoying this book quite a lot! It took me a few more chapters than I would have liked to "get into" the story and the characters, but after a while I found that I did feel invested. I liked the distinct personalities of the characters, and how consistent they seemed to be. It also took a while to understand the magical world. Two parts to this: one, being the good vs. evil statuses and people, how things came about, and what it all meant. I still feel there is more to it all [...]

    11. This book is totally unoriginal. Even worse, the author try so hard to created her own magical story by replaced a magic wand to a gun. Yes, you heard me, a GUN!!!! I mean, WTF?? A magician using a God damn gun!! This is what I called overly-creative dumb ass. And using bold in some words (e.g Magyk word) totally treat the reader like a total retard. I totally don't get the point!It's totally pissing me off for the fact that this book get so much praise.Enough said.

    12. Amazingly good written. Clever, funny, and magical. I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [...]

    13. Magyk - book one of the Septimus Heap series by Angie Sage - conjured up a certain expectation in my mind before I started reading it: that of a young wizard in a medieval setting who has to fight against some other evil wizard. That's about as much as the blurb on my edition gives away.So, I'm guessing new readers could be very surprised to find out that baby Septimus Heap 'dies' in the first few pages, and is instantly replaced by an orphaned baby girl that the patriarch of the Heap family, Si [...]

    14. I picked up this books mainly on the aesthetic value the cover had. The other reason I was so keen on reading this book was because its summary talked about the seventh son of the seventh son (I've always like this superstition). Sadly, when I actually got to reading the book, I was incredibly disappointed.First of, absolutely none of the characters are lovable - or eve likable. I didn't get attached with any of the characters because they all seemed extremely annoying (especially that dog, Maxi [...]

    15. Of course one could draw paralells between this book and Harry Potter. Rats to send verbal messages instead of owls etc. but so what? I find the book creative, cute and funny. How can you not like pens that can write in any color--if they are in good mood.Or a pet rock named Petroc Trelawney, which mostly sleeps but you need to feed it and take for a walk daily. Ingenious!! And you can write your magical ideas on anything. Even on "(preferably unbuttered) toast."Even though the point of view is [...]

    16. Reviewed by Me for TeensReadTooIf you've been looking for a series that combines the magic of Harry Potter with the imaginative characters of Artemis Fowl, then Septimus Heap and his first book, MAGYK, is definitely the story for you. A quick, delightful read that can stand on its own, MAGYK is, without a doubt, an intriguing page-turner. Septimus Heap, the seventh son of a seventh son, died shortly after birth. Born to a family of Wizards, there's no telling what he might have become, as his li [...]

    17. Children should read this book as a lesson of what a novel should not be. The plot is pathetic and weak, careening all over the place without ever forming into a cohesive story line. I listened to hour after hour, and it felt an awful lot like when you are listening to someone who takes an hour to tell you a simple story about some mundane task like going to the grocery store. Their story is never all that interesting in the first place, but the fact that they manage to drag it out for such an i [...]

    18. تجربة مقبولة نوعاً ما على الرغم من وقع المؤلفة فى فخالملل :- فالرواية يمكن تلخيصها فى 270 صفحةالتقليدية :- فهى تقليدية بشكل كبير تشبه إلى حد كبير أدب القرنين 17 و 19 الخاص بأدب الناشئين مثل حكايات الأخوين غريم والعصفور الأزرق بالإضافة إلى أنها محاولة واضحة لتقليد هارى بوتر

    19. I have been trying to drag myself through this book for the past few days and, if nothing changes, plan to give up within the next 25 pages. Yes, this is a children’s book. No, I am not a child. However, I still believe that books can be timeless (ageless?). I read Roald Dahl again towards the end of last year and still found it hilarious. I’ve also read a few of Dean Lorey’s Nightmare Academy series and found them funny and well-written. While I wouldn’t jump to read every book in the s [...]

    20. ملحمة تفعمها العجائب والغرائب والتعاويذ السحرية والمفاجآت، وعالم فريد ثري بالتفاصيل المدهشة، ندعوك لتدخله، ولن ترغب في مغادرته أبداًصدر منه بالعربية : السحر و الطيران

    21. classic example of choosing a book based on its prominent display location. I saw it was a series, sounded interesting, so I got it. While only begun, it is a fun read so fard now, the verdict is, in the words of Simpson's everywhere: Mehdly entertaining, annoyingbold, italic , misspelledwordes . The story is ok, but nothing gripping. I actually left it for weeks with only a few pages at the end.While it wasn't a "bad" book, per se, it isn't one I can recommend at all.

    22. Overall, this book was a little disappointing. It was simply alright. It wasn't bad, but I wasn't that into it either. I was certainly right when I said this would be a light read. It was VERY light. The book just seemed a little undeveloped. It was like it COULD have been great, but it just wasn't. It had the potential, but it was just undeveloped and thin. Maybe it's because this book is clearly for a younger audience, maybe I'm reading this way too late, maybe I would've really liked it if I [...]

    23. I enjoyed this despite the fact that:a) It was a tad on the slow side.b) It gives a really weird introduction to the world, magyk and everything else in general. c) For the most part, nothing happens.This series is in the “what to read after Harry Potter” lists and is the principal reason why I wanted to read it. While it’s a fun book, it’s certainly nothing like Harry Potter. I felt a little underwhelmed by it all. The world of the book and the magyk in it doesn’t feel very cohesive a [...]

    24. This book is packed with action and I can not say one bad thing about it. It is one my top 10 list.Septimus Heap, the seventh son of the seventh son, disappears the night he is born, pronounced dead by the midwife. That same night, the baby's father, Sila Heap, comes across and abandoned child in the snow--a newborn girl with violet eyes. The Heaps take her into their home, name her Jenna, and raise her as their own. But whois this mysterious baby girl, andwhat really happened to their beloved s [...]

    25. Prvo da napomenem ova knjiga je pisana za relatiovno mladu populaciju, po mojoj proceni do 12 ili 14 godina starosti. Što znači da je jako naivna. Sa druge strane odlično je napisana. Drži pažnju, likovi su interesantni što je i dobto pošto je skoro ceo fokus na njima. World building je veoma slab, tek tolko da se dobije neka ideja a čak ni magični sistem nije previše objašnjen iako se jako puno vrti oko njega.Nema dosadnih momenata, nema ekspozicije i svet se drži sopstvenih pravil [...]

    26. مع أن الكتاب متوقع إلا أنه محمس جداعالم السحرة هنا يختلف عن عالم هاري بوتر حيث تبدأ القصة باستيلاء الشر على الحكمانتهى الجزء الأول فاتح الطريق للثاني وفي الوقت ذاته كأنه نهاية القصةاهنيء المترجم

    27. This book was an interesting and unexpected read, I picked it up yesterday in Waterstones and started it in the car on the way home but then found myself unable to put it down and finished reading it in less than 24 hours. The most interesting thing for me was that this book is very much like a prequel book that the author doesn’t think about until after they’ve written the rest of the series but it was in fact the first book in the series. And Septimus Heap who I suspect will be the main ch [...]

    28. Magykwasn't BAD, necessarily, it just really pales in comparison to so many other fantasy stories I've read. My main problem with it was the complete lack of a central main character. The series title, Septimus Heap, is supposed to be that main character. However, he doesn't,technically,show up until really late in the book. Before that we jump between SO many different characters: Jenna, Silas, Marcia, Nicko, bad guys, good guys, and even boggarts, mice and a wolf. I mean those animal narration [...]

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