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Septimus Heap, Book Six: Darke by Angie Sage

Septimus Heap, Book Six: Darke (original 2011; edition 2012)

by Angie Sage, Mark Zug (Illustrator)

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Title:Septimus Heap, Book Six: Darke
Authors:Angie Sage
Other authors:Mark Zug (Illustrator)
Info:Katherine Tegen Books (2012), Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 656 pages

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Darke by Angie Sage (2011)



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I think this is one of the better books in the series. I like how one scene definitely ends and then you move on to something else. I also appreciated the end notes of what happened to everyone. It tied up all the loose ends quite nicely. ( )
  Mirandalg14 | Aug 18, 2014 |
Going through this book, I was encountered with beautiful detail. The plot was incredibly great. The invasion of a dark magic called the "Darke Domaine" was infesting the castle. Many citizens were being lulled into a peaceful sleep or were plucked up by a "Darke" dragon. The evil Merrin was forcing this domain to kill and rule the castle. The wizards were sealed in their tower for protection, but it is a fruitless cause. The Darke Domaine now rules the castle. Now Septimus must face the dragon and Merrin with all his might. Good thing he has his own dragon to help out.
  br14aldi | Nov 15, 2013 |
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  CyndiGoodgame | May 24, 2013 |
I picked up a YA book long ago in B.Dalton, and uncovered a world of magik. This series gave me something to look forward to after Harry Potter ended, and delved more into the fantasy realm. I have faithfully purchased each installment, and could not put them down.

Although this is not the BEST edition, fans of the series will appreciate carrying on with beloved characters Septimus, Beetle, and Jenna. The story this time around truly focuses on the Darke, but certainly not terrifying. A book for all ages, and hopefully it doesn't end here. ( )
  hopefully86 | May 1, 2013 |
One of the better books in this series, with plenty of action, a good level of anxiety, and teen self-preocccupation and angst. Some leveling occurs--Silas does something well, Simon attempts to mend his ways, and Septimus makes some errors. Enough multi-book story arcs are resolved for a good sense of closure, while others remain tantalizingly open for the 7th book including, perhaps, Princess Jenna's relationship to the Port Witch Coven. ( )
  OshoOsho | Mar 30, 2013 |
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Apprentice Septimus Heap must enter the Darke to save the Castle and the Wizard Tower from destruction, but he needs the help of many to battle the spreading Darkenesse.

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