You can now browse inside the hardcover edition of FYRE and read the first 10 chapters (that’s more than 150 pages!). Tell us in the comments what you think! Don’t forget: the book comes out next Tuesday!
As part of the countdown to FYRE, HarperCollins will be revealing the illustrations from FYRE before the book goes on sale on 4/16! Head over to the Septimus Heap Official Facebook Page to get all of them!
Also, the folks at HarperCollins made these cool Facebook Headers for the fans! Check them out:
Also, don’t forget that now you can order the special edition of MAGYK (paperback, 4.99$, Katherine Tegen Books) that features the short story THE DARKE TOAD and two chapters from FYRE! Click here if you’re from the US or here if you’re from the UK.
You can now download the Septimus Heap e-novella, THE DARKE TOAD, from online retailers! And that’s not all: the novella also features the first two chapters from FYRE, the seventh and final novel in the main series!
Tell us in the comments what you think about this new book!
Fans of Angie Sage’s New York Times bestselling fantasy series, Septimus Heap, will be delighted with this digital original addition to the series: The Darke Toad, a 96-page novella packed with action, humor, and magic that will have any child or fan of such fantasy books as Fablehaven or Harry Potter laughing and asking for more!
DomDaniel returns in a hilarious escapade with the witches of the Port Witch Coven. In this tale that takes place between the stories told in Magyk and Flyte, the witches want DomDaniel’s powerful Darke Toad—and will go to ridiculous lengths to get their hands on it. But first, Simon Heap must get his master to the Port Witch Coven’s door, which may require a bit more Darke Magyk—and a much stronger stomach—than he bargained for. Is Simon up to the task?
Meanwhile, ExtraOrdinary Wizard Marcia Overstrand has taken her young Apprentice, Septimus Heap, on a field trip to the Port. But what Marcia had hoped would be a fun yet educational outing quickly turns chaotic, for it slipped Marcia’s mind that tonight is Hallowseeth—the perfect night for Darke mischief to go unnoticed among the revelers.
With Angie Sage’s characteristic humor, beloved characters, and Magykal setting, Septimus Heap: The Darke Toad is a must-read for every Septimus fan.
Next year (5 March 2013), MAGYK, Angie’s first novel for children, is going to be re-released with two bonus materials: and excerpt from FYRE (the seventh and final Septimus Heap novel) and the original story THE DARKE TOAD – all for only $4,99! (HarperCollins/Katherine Tegen Books)
Great action scenes, quirky characters, and laugh-out-loud lines have mesmerized readers of the Magyk series for six books. The seventh and final book is a fantastic send-off for Sep, Marcia, Jenna, and the rest of the Magykal gang.
Now that Septimus, Jenna, and Beetle are fourteen years old, they have assumed larger roles in their Magykal world. Beetle has become the Chief Hermetic Scribe of the Manuscriptorium and Jenna is waiting to be crowned Queen, but Septimus is still battling the remnants of the Dark Domaine, which will remain until the power of the evil Two-Faced Ring is destroyed forever. To accomplish that, the ancient Alchemie Fyre must be relit—a task that sends Septimus to the very origins of Magyk and Physik, testing both his skills, and his loyalties to ExtraOrdinary Wizard, Marcia Overstrand, and Alchemist Marcellus Pye.
In a journey that encapsulates the entire Septimus Heap series, Septimus will continue to discover the truth of who he is and expand upon his Magykal power and skills. Septimus Heap, Book Seven: Fyre weaves together every singular character from the entire series and incorporates many of the Magykal places from each book. Written with Angie Sage’s distinctive humor and heart, Fyre is the grand finale that celebrates the greatest Magyk of all: When the Fyre inside is kindled and when the Time is Right, anything is possible.
ON SALE: 16 April 2013
The evil Dom Daniel is up to something with the Port Witch Coven, and he needs Simon Heap’s help. Is Simon ready to do his master’s bidding? And in the state that Dom Daniel is in, how will he fare against the nasty—and ever entertaining—Port Witch Coven?