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It seemed like the entire book was just made up of people not believing anything Sep said, which was frustrating. At some point, someone somewhere has to believe you. I just didn't understand the blindness everyone turned to everything Sep said. It was nice seeing Sep visit his brothers and see the return of a few of the characters from book 1.
Overall, I enjoyed it. Nov 13, Kathy Davie rated it liked it Shelves: children , fantasy. This is the second in the young adult fantasy series, Septimus Heap. In Flyte , young Septimus takes off on his own to rescue the young Princess Jenna when his brother, Simon, kidnaps her. For no one will believe that Simon isn't just taking her for a ride on his horse.
Lots of fun, exciting, and scary adventures for both Jenna and This is the second in the young adult fantasy series, Septimus Heap. Lots of fun, exciting, and scary adventures for both Jenna and Septimus with the ex-Messenger, now Secret Rat; escaping with the dragon boat; the new baby dragon, Spit Fyre; the Ice Tunnels; and, battling with Simon time after time. Zelda's help comes in very handy in unexpected ways while Marcia, the ExtraOrdinary Wizard, proves to be extraordinarily self-obsessed and unaware of anything that's happening around her.
Although that's not to say that, Jenna and Septimus are necessarily bright in several of their adventures Surely with their existing experience at least one of them would have the smarts to keep on eye on Simon!?? Then when Simon is flying after them when they are on the dragon boat and Jenna uses the magnifying glass she stole from him when she was Simon's prisoner Why not keep using the magnifying glass?? Except for a few places where the characters act, well, out-of-character, I enjoyed this installment of the series and although Sage has not provided any tension about the future, I am looking forward to what she cooks up with the hints she has dotted throughout the story.
Jul 09, Janie Johnson rated it really liked it Shelves: challenge. What a magycal read this was. I had read this years ago and it seems like I took so much more away from it this time. I am so very glad that I decide to come back to this series. I really loved visiting with some of my favorite characters again and meeting some new ones.
Angie Sage adds the perfect amount of magic to this story. It allows her readers to become totally immersed in such a beautiful world where magic is real. And as I read it, I can really feel like the magic is real in our world a What a magycal read this was. And as I read it, I can really feel like the magic is real in our world as well.
Reading this, I also found myself wondering what it might be like actually having a dragon, or the ability to fly. This is one of the reasons why I love this series so much.
In this story we revisit with all of our favorite characters. Septimus and his entourage must fight the evil that exists here. And Septimus must also come to terms with his brother Simon and his prospects of becoming an apprentice to his own Extra-Ordinary wizard. The story gives it's readers plenty of magical action and excitement. I look forward to moving on to the next installment, Physik.
Jan 28, Molly rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-s-lit , good-audio-books , on-audio. I've finally broken my streak I actually liked this book 2 in the series the best. This has absolutely never happened to me before! I'm going to have to review some of my other long held beliefs Anyway, this is an action packed book which continues the saga of Septimus Heap, long thought of only has Boy , but now the apprentice to the most powerful of all wizards. His newfound status, however, has some jealous, including his eldest brother, Simon Heap. Simon aligns himself with the dark I've finally broken my streak Simon aligns himself with the dark wizards and begins to reek havoc on Septimus' life and that of their adopted sister, Jenna, the Princess.
Jun 13, Lori Anderson rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , fantasy , re-reading , for-zack. These books are addictive! I won't add more than I had a "woah! Boy was I wrong! Cool book, great series -- on to book three! Oct 12, Holland rated it it was amazing. Here is the summary of Flyte and so Septimus Heap is cleaning his library. So he catches six small spiders and lets them out out of the window.
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- Septimus Heap, Book Two: Flyte.
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Then Septimus finds a big spider and the spider bits his thumb and then Septimus got the spider and then went to Marcia and she gave him medicine and so then the medicine made his thumb worse. Septimus went to the doctor and had to stay in his bed and do nothing for a week.
This is my summary of the book. View all 5 comments. Aug 22, aarifa rated it it was amazing Shelves: dnf , middle-grade. I know u are confused that I liked it, read it and gave up on. Actually I thought this book was really great even though I could not finish it. So that is why I gave it 5 stars!
View all 3 comments. Mar 04, P. Winn rated it really liked it. Magic, charms and the incredible wizard Septimus Heap return in book two of a fun series that young adults and adults can love. What a delightfully enjoyable fantasy series! Dec 12, Baige Bell rated it it was amazing. This series is really cute and perfect for middle grade readers.
Jan 07, Richard rated it liked it Shelves: young-fantasy. It was an enjoyable read without ever really getting to the stage of being hard to put down. It never got into top gear and the plot meandered a little too much for my liking which kept the overall rating down. There are plenty of enjoyable things going on in this book , the most enjoyable of which was Simon kidnapping Jenna and then the escape that ensues, and the world that Angie Sage has created and the glimpses of the magic system that have been on show provide plenty of positives.
It is quite easy to compare this to Harry Potter with the underage wizard learning magic in a castle and trying to save friends and family from an evil plotter. Little things I had completely forgotten popped up and it took me a couple of pages for some sort of recognition to pop into my head.
I will read the next in the series and hopefully the series will hit its stride and provide more insight into the magic of the world and also have a more central focus. Whilst not the best Young Adult books around there is plenty to work with. Feb 02, Michael rated it really liked it.
Flyte, like it's predecessor, is a "boy wizard coming of age" story joined to a "girl princess coming of age" story. But if you've made it this far, you already know that Angie Sage somehow avoids falling into the same tired old tropes of books in either genre. For example, when our princess is kidnapped by a Bad Guye she is fully able to rescue herself, thank-you-very-much. When a magykal creature hatches and becomes bonded to someone in the story, an event you can see coming from hundreds of p Flyte, like it's predecessor, is a "boy wizard coming of age" story joined to a "girl princess coming of age" story.
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When a magykal creature hatches and becomes bonded to someone in the story, an event you can see coming from hundreds of pages away, it feels played more for comedy than melodrama. We learn that Flyte's predecessor, Magyk, wasn't so much a Chekov's gun as it was Chekov's entire gun rack.
Many small details mentioned in Magyk become minor but influential elements in Flyte. It's fun seeing these woven into the story, it creates a very tight "I meant to do that" feeling.