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The book is divided into four sections.
The first section, “Papers from the Castle,” opens with a bit of history. Lapers ended up skimming this. Unlike supplementary books in other series, The Magykal Papers does not really add any new story. The Septimus Heap series is definitely one that could!
XD Readers get to learn about the notable places in the Castle, and even meet some new characters relating to those places or I just forgot they were mentioned in the books. Interesting and fun, but doesn’t give any added insight into the world of Magyk.
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It would have been more fun to read it back when I was reading the rest of the series. Really fun, loved it!
The Magykal Papers is a supplementary book to the Septimus Heap series. All the basic stuff like “Septimus has curly hair Feb 24, Ashley rated it it was ok Shelves: This book is super cute!
Sep 24, Vidula rated it liked it Shelves: It has been our most recent “bedtime story. Archived from the original on April 30, This rich compendium includes: Jul 07, Emma Hedge rated it really liked it.
My only complaint is that this book had to change my mental images of the Heap family. Definitely a must-read for anyone into Septimus Heap, although it’ll be a bit difficult to understand, plus some spoilers if you haven’t read the other books in the series.
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The only one that was drawn as I picture him is Simon! Some of it was fun, but it seemed to get a little tedious. What I liked was how the news clippings and pamphlets made the Septimus Heap world more vivid.
Fun and light encyclopedia of the Septimus Heap books.
Rowling’s “Quidditch Through the Ages”; more information for those that love the series. This book almost acted like The-Septimus-Heap-Encyclopedia. It has been a while since I read the last Septimus Heap book,so this was a good reminder about the characters, background and plots of the previous novels.
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My teenage daughter and I just finished this. Pretty much it paraphrases the series. Refresh and try again. The Store Pretty Things: Jan magyjal, Miranda Starmz rated it liked it Recommends it for: Oct 26, LauraW rated it really liked it Shelves: They don’t seem like outstanding literature to me, but they are enjoyable, interesting, and very readable.
Then she progressed to writing children stories, including toddler books and chapter books.