Kid’s Book Review: “Fyre” by Angie Sage

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This is book seven in the Septimus Heap series. Here you can read about book six.

Alchemist Marcellus Pye is preparing to light the Fyre to denature the Two-Faced (evil) Ring, while the town folk are preparing for the mid-winter feast.  Many people are starting to notice little puddles on the ground that shouldn’t be there, and Marcia Overstrand wants to find out why they are there. While everyone is distracted with the puddles, the evil ring takes over Ed and Eric Heap while they are trying to keep the ring from escaping.

There was a scene in this book where Hotep Ra (the first ExtraOrdinary wizard) takes a handful of sand from a pouch in his belt and throws it into the air, creating beautiful lights to guide he and Septimus through the caves. I was really inspired by this image, so I have begun a drawing of it which I will post soon when I am finished.

Rating: 9.5/10

I really liked this series. Angie Sage creates worlds that I could never imagine on my own, and they are really fun to visit. If you like to read about fine imaginative details creating strong images in your mind, then Sage is the author for you.

Here is how Kid took up writing book reviews.

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