this book is amazing
The Sorceress: Book 3 (The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel)
By Michael Scott
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 6 - 8||Grades 4 - 8||X||6.1||108723|
Book Reviews (5)
It is very adventurous,suspenseful, and fun.
Amazing book, I love micheal Scott, bot read the first on first, check out the alchemist! :)
This is the third book of the series and is amazing because of the mystical creatures, spells, and breath taking moments that this book has in store for you! I recommend this book to kids who just love magic and amazing and spectacular details to were you can picture whats going on perfectly.
The third book in Michael Scott's "Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel" series, The Sorceress, kicks the action up to a whole new level. Adding to the series' menagerie of immortal humans ("humani") and mythological beasts, the book picks up where The Magician left off: the immortal Nicholas Flamel (of The Alchemyst) and the twins, Sophie and Josh, have just arrived at St. Pancras international train station in London. Almost immediately, they're confronted with a demonic bounty hunter that immortal magician John Dee has sent their way. At the same time, Dee's occasional cohort, Niccolo Machiavelli, decides to focus his energy on Perenelle Flamel, the Alchemyst's wife, who has been imprisoned at Alcatraz since the beginning of the series. In this book, Perenelle gets a chance to show off her sorcery and resourcefulness, fighting and forging alliances with ghosts, beasts, and the occasional Elder to try and find a way out of her predicament and back to Flamel. Scott is as playful as ever, introducing new immortals--famous figures from history who (surprise!) are still alive. He also adds to the roster of fantastical beasts, which already includes such intriguing foes as Bastet, the Egyptian cat goddess, and the Morrigan, or Crow Goddess. Raising the stakes with each installment, Scott deftly manages multiple story lines and keeps everything moving pretty quickly, making this third book a real page-turner. More than just another piece in the puzzle of the whole series, The Sorceress is an adventure in its own right, and will certainly leave series fans wanting more.