PATHFINDER BOOK ANGIE SAGE
The first book in a new arc of the Septimus Heap series, telling the story of Alice TodHunter Moon, a young PathFinder who comes to the Castle with a Magyk all. Introducing Alice TodHunter Moon, a Magykal addition to the world of Septimus Heap! Perfect for both established fans of the Septimus Heap series and readers coming to the world of Septimus Heap for the first time, PathFinder is the first book in the Septimus Heap spin-off series. PathFinder is the first book in the TodHunter Moon series, a series set seven years after the Septimus Heap series. It follows Alice "TodHunter" Moon, and her friends Ferdie and Oskar Sarn, as well as the characters we've grown to known and love from the original trilogy!.
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TodHunter Moon, Book One: PathFinder (World of Septimus Heap) [Angie Sage, Mark Zug] on myavr.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Introducing. Pathfinder by Angie Sage – review. 'The power and solidarity of family and friendship is the essential theme in this book. Family is always the. Tod has grown up a PathFinder, one of an ancient seafaring tribe. Her mother Angie Sage's new book combines breathtaking action with fabulous plotting.
I thought they were a distraction to Tod's storyline.
I also think that readers will enjoy it most if they are familiar with the Septimus Heap series. It is confusing otherwise because Sage mentions many past incidents that happened to characters but doesn't explain them all.
If she did it would slow the plot down even more which is why I think there should have been less. The author creates tension by having the characters disagree with each other even if it contradicts the character's traits. Sometimes Oskar would be level-headed and other times impulsive. Sometimes the adults believed the kids and other times they didn't even though their past history would suggest otherwise.
I found the pattern tiring, but then I read the book in one sitting and most readers won't do that. I was stuck on an airplane for for 10 hours. A light entertaining read.
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I liked Tod and the Pathfinders, but this book wasn't the thrill that I was hoping for. It didn't have the humor that I've come to expect from Sage, the little plays on words or funny insights into the characters that always made me chuckle aloud as I was listening to the books in the Septimus Heap series.
The narrator, Nicola Barber, was very good though, and she had big shoes to fill with the men who read Septimus Heap. Allan Corduner, who read book one, is tied with Jim Dale as far as I'm con I liked Tod and the Pathfinders, but this book wasn't the thrill that I was hoping for. Allan Corduner, who read book one, is tied with Jim Dale as far as I'm concerned, and Gerard Doyle, who did the rest, is very good too.
I suspect that I did enjoy this book more as an audiobook than I would have in print, Barber added a lot of emotion and depth to the characters. But the book still felt slight, and much more juvenile than I expected it to.
Which is OK if that's what the author intended, if she was skewing toward a younger audience. I liked that the first series was good for youngish kids but still enjoyable for a wide range of ages, but this one didn't feel as substantial. Dec 16, Stacy rated it liked it Shelves: I'm a huge fan of the Septimus Heap series, especially on aduio.
When I discovered another series, I immediately decided to listen to it. There is a new narrator, which makes sense since the primary character is a girl Alice TodHunter Moon instead of a boy Septimus Heap , but was also disappointing because pronunciations changed.
And, while I did like this book, I feel like it was all so predictable. It's for a younger age, perhaps?
This story felt like I spent quite a bit of time waiting for the plot to hurry up and get to the point that I knew was coming. Don't get me wrong - I'll still read every book in the series! And keep wishing for a movie adaptation!! Jul 21, Alatea rated it liked it. I loved Septimus serie, but I guess I've outgrown this one. I read it super fast and everyting was kinda ok, but I know that if I have had another possibility, I would have chosen another book.
Anyway, had only this one at the beach and I am happy I read it. Tod is sweet and it was fun to read about Septimus again, but even he felt May 13, Jenny rated it really liked it Shelves: So excited about this spin off series to Septimus Heap! The series starts off great, with all of the great adventure and fun I've come to expect from Angie Sage's books.
We also get a reappearance of some of our favorite characters from Septimus Heap, and a whole new group of people called Pathfinders. I loved this element to the story!
This was such a fun read, can't wait to read the next one! Nov 01, Patty rated it it was amazing. TodHunter Moon, Book One: I must say that it took me awhile to figure this book out. I think I should have read the series before this one The book summary says the events of this book take place seven years after the original Septimus Heap series But then again Once I just became familiar with the characters I was fine.
This book focuses on Tod. So this book is filled with wonderful magical stuff as well as really bad stuff happening to good people and children and it's all about getting everyone back and saving them. Why I wanted to read it I wanted to read this book because I love magic, fantasy, quests, and saving people and rats, too and this book seemed to have it all!
What made me truly enjoy this book Oh my I loved Ferdie and her brother Oskar I love the magic and I love the rats! The message rats Lucy and Simon were my favorites, too Why you should read it, too This book was a bit of a slow start for me at first but once I was really into it I could not stop reading it.
The pictures in my head of the wizards and the ships and the magic were incredible.
Plus the book is divided into sections with a key illustration at the beginning of each section. I loved it all. I think middle grade readers will really enjoy this book and the others that are coming to this series. View all 3 comments. Apr 16, Elise Edmonds rated it really liked it Shelves: This new book from Angie Sage is set in the world of Septimus Heap with new characters.
Soon we are pulled into a world of adventure as the evil Garmin take away her friends and then come for her. Many of our old friends from the Septimus Heap books join us for the ride.
The book starts quite slowly and has the feel of a middle-grade read. As the adventure with Tod progresses, it fe This new book from Angie Sage is set in the world of Septimus Heap with new characters.
As the adventure with Tod progresses, it feels simple and straightforward, and things happen a little too easily for my liking. It feels like things are being brushed over for the younger readers. Once Septimus and his friends come back into the story the plot is taken to a new level, and it becomes clear how Tod's adventure is tied in with the plan of an evil emperor to steal the fabled Orm's egg, a source of power.
The latter half of the book is equal to the Septimus Heap books in excitement and pace. If you haven't read the Septimus Heap books you would struggle with this one, simply because there is a large cast carried forward and you won't have a clue who anyone is, and you won't particularly care about them, not having gone through the history.
So as a stand-alone book, especially for younger readers, I don't think it works that well. You must be familiar with this world already to fully enjoy the book. May 17, Charlyn rated it really liked it Shelves: It's been too long since I've read a juvenile fantasy, but what a great book to re-enter the realm.
Tod's mother died before Tod learned all about the land from which she came and her father just passed on the secrets of the Pathfinder when she turned twelve.
But now, he is gone, too, never returning from a fishing trip. And she is left with an aunt she both fears and detests when monsters It's been too long since I've read a juvenile fantasy, but what a great book to re-enter the realm.
And she is left with an aunt she both fears and detests when monsters arrive in the night to grab her just as they had little Torr. Yes, Tod escapes, but that's just the beginning of an adventure that brings together Pathfinders and Septimus, Jenna, and others from the Magykal castle to try to stop the plundering of an ice princess' kingdom.
And, because this is the beginning of another series, not all is resolved at the end of the book, but it's so good to know the Magyk continues with old and new friends.
When I realised that this book was basically a sequel to the entire series, and would feature almost everyone we've come to know and love after the past 7 books, I was even more pleased! This book is a great start to a new series, introducing a new tribe of characters and opening up the world beyond the Castle with promises of even more to come. The story takes a little while to get goi When I discovered that Angie Sage was writing a second series based in the Septimus Heap world, I was pleased.
The story takes a little while to get going, and it's a little easy to connect the dots before the story explains them, but the characters are as much fun as ever, and the fact that there's such a large amount of them and they all get to share the spotlight is no small feat. Eagerly awaiting Book 2. Oct 20, Connor rated it really liked it Shelves: I thought the addition of this new culture in this world was really interesting, and I loved the backstory for how their culture came to be different than all the others.
While it was cute, imaginative, and had the perfect amount of characters from the first series involved, it had a lot of build up for almost nothing.
I was hoping for more resolution in this book that I didn't get. It was also very predictable. I didn't guess some of the smal [3. I didn't guess some of the small stuff, but I knew what was going to happen in terms of the overall plot. Rezi folgt Sep 15, Simon Steffanus rated it it was amazing. View all 7 comments. May 06, Noor rated it really liked it Shelves: This is my first book by Angie Sage, and even though it can be paired with the Septimus Heap series I was able to follow along pretty well.
This is a great book for students grades 3rd-8th who like fantasy and world building. It moved along at a quick pace with lots of adventure and twists. There may have been a few too many characters to keep track of especially if you haven't read the Septimus Heap books , but it was a fun and interesting read. Feb 24, Avik Nandy rated it really liked it. Todhunter Moon Book 1 Author: The main character is Todhunter Moon and she goes on a special adventure because her father is kidnapped by and evil Wizard, and she must save him.
Now Tod must choose which of her pasts will help her to survive: PathFinder or Magician. Magyk will allow her to fight like with like, but her PathFinder heritage gives Tod something special — the edge.
Angie Sage's new book combines breathtaking action with fabulous plotting. The characters are instantly engaging, the tension is relentless and Angie's superlative storytelling weaves the threads seamlessly together for an utterly satisfying read.
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Children's literature portal.Middle grade fantasy boy born without magic to magical family, goes on journey with relative named Ferdie to find magic.
Please note that this product is not available for purchase from Bloomsbury. Although this is the first of a new series, it follows on from a previous series about the wizard Septimus Heap. Books by Angie Sage. Then I just sort of got caught up in it again, like it was just another Sep Heap book Twice I was hit with vicious pangs of feels while I was reading PathFi "You choose between two courses.
Bloomsbury Children's Books Dimensions: The story takes a little while to get going, and it's a little easy to connect the dots before the story explains them, but the characters are as much fun as ever, and the fact that there's such a large amount of them and they all get to share the spotlight is no small feat.