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SandRider #2020

SandRider In PathFinder readers journeyed with Alice TodHunter Moon a young PathFinder who found her way to the Castle seven years after the events of the original Septimus Heap series Now it s two months lat

  • Title: SandRider
  • Author: Angie Sage Mark Zug
  • ISBN: 9780062272485
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Hardcover
  • SandRider By Angie Sage Mark Zug, In PathFinder, readers journeyed with Alice TodHunter Moon, a young PathFinder who found her way to the Castle seven years after the events of the original Septimus Heap series.Now it s two months later and Alice is settled into her new life in the Castle Being Apprentice to ExtraOrdinary Wizard Septimus Heap is tricky there s loads of new Magyk to learn but at least she In PathFinder, readers journeyed with Alice TodHunter Moon, a young PathFinder who found her way to the Castle seven years after the events of the original Septimus Heap series.Now it s two months later and Alice is settled into her new life in the Castle Being Apprentice to ExtraOrdinary Wizard Septimus Heap is tricky there s loads of new Magyk to learn but at least she s mastered the Unseen charm.She s lucky she has, too that Unseen will come in handy when she sets out with friends Oskar and Ferdie on a perilous journey to retrieve the Egg of the Orm from the Desert of the Singing Sands If they don t reach the Egg before it hatches, the new baby Orm could imprint on the evil sorcerer Oraton Marr, giving him unlimited Magyk to do with what he wishes.Bursting with humorous and poignant moments, SandRider celebrates the satisfaction of taking charge of one s path in life unexpected adventures and all.Perfect for anyone who can t get enough of the world of Septimus Heap

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    1. Evil wizard Oraton Morr takes the last Orm egg out into the desert so that he can be the person to whom it bonds, enhancing his powers because Orms produce lapis lazuli One of his minions kidnaps a tortoise belonging to Kaznim, a desert dweller from a magical family, and in rescuing Ptolemy, she finds herself in the realm of the new Extraordinary Wizard, Septimus Heap and his apprentice Alice TodHunter Moon They are seeking the Orm too, and a shaky alliance is formed Good fun, and nice to have t [...]

    2. What can I say I m biased As I predicted, Sam and Marwick Wolf Boy had a larger role in this one Marcia and Milo were completely absent from the picture and shockingly, I didn t realize it until after I was finished reading the book It s a wonderful balance of old and new characters where new ones mingle with the old and characters who were previously minor come to the forefront unexpectedly The Draa family keeps increasing I didn t like Kaznim even though she was just a scared kid trying to loo [...]

    3. The next book in the Todhunter series So to speak Tod herself does not appear for quite a bit Indeed, in the first portion, the returning characters are the evil wizard, and Spit Fyre.But the wizard Oraton Morr takes the last Orm egg out into the desert, takes a baby hostage to ensure its safety, and goes off to wait for its hatching, so he can make it imprint on him But the boy set to watch the egg at one point steals the turtle of the sister of the kidnapped baby, and that sister, Kaznim, stea [...]

    4. It s probably of a 3.5 compared to some other books I ve read, by this author, but it s a step up from the first book so I feel it deserved a four star rating It felt substantial than the first one in this part of the series I felt like I sped though that in a few hours Maybe this really was longer, it s so hard to tell when I borrow audiobooks from the library, I don t have much record of things The story felt a bit mature too, though they re still older tween aged kids I d say, or quite you [...]

    5. I love Angie Sage s ability to paint a picture for her audience The world and characters she creates feel so real and unique The interactions between Tod and her friends as well as Tod and Septimus Heap were in my opinion the highlight of this book My only complaint was that compared to the first book there wasn t as much going on plotwise The story was fun, but the conflict didn t feel as strong as the first book It did however set up some plot lines that I think will pay off in the next book O [...]

    6. I am thankful to have won this book in the First Reads giveaway.A good book, but feel that my teenage grandchildren will enjoy this book than I It s the first time that I have read any books by this author and if my grandchildren enjoy, then I may consider purchasing other books in this series.

    7. This series is new to me so I was glad that the book worked as a standalone read there were only one or two points where references to other books stood out but I didn t feel I was missing out on anything.The story is simple and works well bad guy steals egg, threatens people, recruits others Okay simple may undersell it, there s a good amount going on there, but it fits together seamlessly and it becomes simple.I loved the basic premise of this book though Having strong female characters and fe [...]

    8. Couldn t decide 3 stars or 4 I love Sage s writing and I love this trilogy following in the path of the Septimus Heap series I was disappointed I guess for one thing in the seeming lack of editing for lack of a better explanation For instance, she repeats in kind of sloppy writing about Tod s homesickness and jealousy of others having mothers in several places in the book Also sometimes the story didn t seem to explain why Septimus didn t figure out obvious stuff or how he got to the desert in t [...]

    9. If I was 12 years old, I would be reading this under the covers at night with a flash light I adore this series Septimus Heap and Alice Tod Hunter Moon and this one was fun not just for that 12 year old girl inside me but the adult too What an exciting adventure for Alice mostly known as Tod and Kaznim a determined child of the desert , who together with twins Oskar and Ferdie race to get to the Egg of the Orm before it hatches There are wicked witches, a huge dragon, an evil sorcerer, magic sle [...]

    10. The new series continues and forms part of the old series Angie Sage remains very readable and her characters are mainly likable She seems to have a particular fondness for Lucy Heap, though, to whom I just cannot warm There s a bit too much willful misunderstanding of friends motives in this and it becomes annoying.

    11. Hype, hype, hyped then kind of a lack luster ending Still excited for the thrilling trilogy conclusion, buta little sad that this series hasn t been as amazing for me as the original series.

    12. I loved this book and how it doesn t just get rid of all the old characters and we get to see them grown up but I also love all of the new characters and how it switches point of view at all of the right moments and how it even does show the story from the villains perspective.

    13. It was a good storyThis story line isn t as good as the as the original stories It does not has the well loved feel of the other

    14. I loved Tod s continued adventures These characters are so well written and this part of their journey was almost as fun as the first part The cast grew again, but never made the story feel bogged down or too busy Every appearance of characters from the Septimus Heap series still makes me so very happy.

    15. This is the second in the Todd Moon series From the castle, to the forest of witches, to the Red City and to the desert the same great characters and a sorcerer and a dragon it is full of action.

    16. I enjoyed this book than the first in the series While I still have some issues with the way that she is building her characters, they are getting interesting The Dragon Spit Fyre is the best part to me

    17. I love this series, maybe than the original Heap series I love being able to catch up and hear tidbits about old friends and having new details to flush out original characters backstories Also, I just like the kids in the Tribe of three.

    18. This one was a definite improvement over the last I liked it a lot In fact, if it wasn t for the slow beginning, I would almost say it s good enough on its own power, no references to the old series needed I m very excited for StarChaser

    19. I absolutely LOVED this book This trilogy is absolutely incredible, I love all that we get another look into the life of Septimus Heap, Marcia and all the others I totally ship Marcia and Milo Milocia

    20. An adult who loves to read Angie SageSandRider was a great read This kind of writing takes me back to my first read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Consider reading these books as a way to cherish your inner child.

    21. Great read The book was not at all predictable including the ending She did a great job balancing the new character with the roles of the old ones that we know and love.

    22. Highly enjoyable tale These stories, although written for children, are great for taking you out of yourself I really love them Why should the kids have all the fun

    23. would have given 4.5 stars if I could have these books are so well written I ll be finishing this series, of course

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