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Richly imagined and brilliantly conveyed, the invented world of Septimus Heap is full of curiosity and surprises. As ever, Septimus’s romping adventures are hilarious and unlikely as he copes after having been stranded on a beautiful island with his pet dragon Spit Fyre. Septimus is a delightful hero and his antics are always enjoyable.
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In the fifth book of this Magykal series, Septimus and his friends find themselves on an island whose secrets are as dark and dangerous as its inhabitants.
Septimus Heap returns to the House of Foryx with Spit Fyre to pick up Jenna, Nicko, Snorri, and Beetle. But the journey home does not go well and when Septimus and his friends are caught in a storm, Spit Fyre crashes into the Rokk Lighthouse. They are rescued by the lighthouse keeper who is disturbingly sinister, and who has an equally sinister cat. And all the while, Septimus is trying to fight the strange pull he's feeling to the island and its mysterious secrets.
|Publication date:||5th April 2010|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Publishing Plc|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Genres:||Fantasy / Magical|
Angie Sage grew up in the Thames Valley, London and Kent. She went to Art School in Leicester where she studied Graphic Design and Illustration. After college she started illustrating books and then progressed to writing, first toddler books, later chapter books and now, Septimus Heap. She lives overlooking a creek in Cornwall and loves sailing her boat, Muriel, and all things to do with the sea. She has two grown up daughters. Read a Q&A with the author here.More About Angie Sage