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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 olhon.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.

And it kept being good in typical Angie Sage fashion, with crazy antics ensuing and escapes and animals and monsters. But then somewhere along the line in fact when the setting returned to the Castle the story screeched to a halt and seemed to switch over the reins to the characters from the original series.

Tod started to feel more like a guest in her own story, and even halfway through the book I still felt like I hardly really knew her. Then I just sort of got caught up in it again, like it was just another Sep Heap book It was cool seeing grown-up versions of Septimus and Jenna, both of whom are laden with their own responsibilities.

I found it kind of funny that their overall personalities haven't changed too much, even if they have to act authoritative most of the time. I also loved being able to see Simon and Lucy again. As far as plot goes, again, for Angie Sage, it was pretty typical of her; but I mean that in the best way.

I only stop at giving this four stars because I felt like the ending was a bit lame, but I don't really expect grand and epic things from Sage to be honest - I expect characters in lively costumes and contrary attitudes, charming animal companions and creatures, mystical, exotic places and bustling, friendly locations, and of course, magyk charms and spells.

And all is definitely present here. The cover! When did that happen?? Never mind, it's here, and it's awesome, and it looks just so Septimus Heap! Wait, what, never mind the cover, we have a plot synopsis! Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — PathFinder by Angie Sage. Mark Zug Goodreads Author Illustrator.

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 her own Seven years after the events of the original Septimus Heap series, a young PathFinder named Alice TodHunter Moon—who insists on being called Tod—sets out from her seaside village to rescue her friend Ferdie f 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 her own Seven years after the events of the original Septimus Heap series, a young PathFinder named Alice TodHunter Moon—who insists on being called Tod—sets out from her seaside village to rescue her friend Ferdie from the malevolent Lady.

To save her people, Tod must embrace her identity as a PathFinder and navigate the often dangerous Ancient Ways. Get A Copy.

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Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. TodHunter Moon 1. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about PathFinder , please sign up. Should we read the other series first? Mary Catelli I would recommend reading them in order if only for the spoilers this necessarily entails for the first series.

Jenna and Beetle in the book? They were always my favorite. Jackie Yes they both are.

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See all 5 questions about PathFinder…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Well, finally did it. It's been 2 years since its actual publication but I finally went ahead and bought the book after having to accept that no edition without those really annoying unevenly shredded page edges was going to come out and no way was I passing up this gorgeous cover and finally read it.

I told myself I'd refresh my memory and reread Fyre before starting on Sage's new sequel trilogy to one of my favorite series, but I'm in such desperate need for new books to read every year I told myself I'd refresh my memory and reread Fyre before starting on Sage's new sequel trilogy to one of my favorite series, but I'm in such desperate need for new books to read every year now that I didn't feel like spending the extra time on one I'd already read.

I'm going to admit now, I was pretty worried - worried that the Septimus Heap charm would no longer work on me and that any attachment I still have to the series was purely due to nostalgia it's been awhile since my last reread of any of the previous books. Also, my anticipation for starting PathFinder was somewhat lessened after flipping through its pages every time I saw a copy in a bookstore and frequently running across familiar names from the original series; Marcia, Septimus, Nicko, Jenna, Snorri - practically everyone is here, at least mentioned in passing if not actually present.

I know I was excited about the original cast being in this book when it was first announced, but I was really looking forward to a story completely separate from the Castle and its inhabitants, would in fact have been completely content with small cameos in a single scene. And at first it was actually going really well; we're introduced to Tod and her friend Oskar, both of whom live in a village by the sea far away from the Castle, and we get a nice setup of Tod and Oskar wanting to rescue Oskar's sister Ferdie.

We've got an interesting new location, new protagonists, new villains. And it kept being good in typical Angie Sage fashion, with crazy antics ensuing and escapes and animals and monsters. But then somewhere along the line in fact when the setting returned to the Castle the story screeched to a halt and seemed to switch over the reins to the characters from the original series.

Tod started to feel more like a guest in her own story, and even halfway through the book I still felt like I hardly really knew her. Then I just sort of got caught up in it again, like it was just another Sep Heap book It was cool seeing grown-up versions of Septimus and Jenna, both of whom are laden with their own responsibilities.

I found it kind of funny that their overall personalities haven't changed too much, even if they have to act authoritative most of the time. I also loved being able to see Simon and Lucy again. As far as plot goes, again, for Angie Sage, it was pretty typical of her; but I mean that in the best way.

I only stop at giving this four stars because I felt like the ending was a bit lame, but I don't really expect grand and epic things from Sage to be honest - I expect characters in lively costumes and contrary attitudes, charming animal companions and creatures, mystical, exotic places and bustling, friendly locations, and of course, magyk charms and spells.

And all is definitely present here.

Pathfinder by Angie Sage – review

The cover! When did that happen?? Never mind, it's here, and it's awesome, and it looks just so Septimus Heap! Wait, what, never mind the cover, we have a plot synopsis! I'm dreaming! I don't even care if it's not going to be about Septimus, Jenna, and all the rest of the Septimus Heap clan, it's a given we'll be seeing some of them again anyway and years older, too! And after all, it's Angie Sage writing! Looking forward to it!

Can't wait to see the cover! View all 4 comments. Jun 15, Sara Saif rated it really liked it Shelves: Twice I was hit with vicious pangs of feels while I was reading PathFi "You choose between two courses.

Like all her previous books, here too, things started off all at the same time but slowly it all effortlessly came together and made sense. The other interesting aspect was the prejudice and hate towards PathFinders. In a book like this, you don't expect seriousness of that kind but it was there albeit lightened considerably. Bottom line is: View 2 comments. Feb 24, Jason Koivu marked it as to-read. I read as much as I could stand. It's not that it's bad, it's just too teen-oriented for my tastes.

So, does anyone have any fantasy recommendations? Something more in the adult line, say, on par with Game of Thrones. View all 9 comments. Feb 22, Skip rated it really liked it Shelves: This book has been poorly marketed -- it is a sequel to the excellent Septimus Heap series. After her father goes missing, and her village is burned, she goes off to the Castle following the wishes of her long deceased mother poorly explained.

Meanwhile, Tod's friends and William Heap are kidnapped by the evil Garmin. Much of the Heap family are involved and together they go on a journey to liber This book has been poorly marketed -- it is a sequel to the excellent Septimus Heap series. Much of the Heap family are involved and together they go on a journey to liberate the captives from an evil wizard in the ice kingdom searching for an egg that could give him almost limitless power.

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Cliffhanger ending so there will be more. Die junge Todi steht vor einem aufregenden Ereignis: Kurz darauf ist Todis Vater spurlos verschwunden. Dieser ist niemand anderes als Septimus Heap. Deshalb werde ich wohl diese Reihe erstmal lesen, bevor ich mit Todhunter weitermache. Die beiden Karten vorne im Buch haben mich die Wege von Todi sehr gut verfolgen lassen und geben der Geschichte auch noch einen optischen Rahmen.

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It was more than I hoped it would be. I'll write more once I've sorted out my feelings!!! I was unimpressed by the writing style and felt their was an over abundance of characters as many from the Septimus Heap series made appearances.

Overall, unsatisfactory. Might be enjoyed by a younger reader, but I found the "she was this" and "he was that" writing style combined with the point-of-view jumping to make for unlively reading. This is going to be SO awesome. Fyre left me pining for more, and while it's not exactly Septimus Heap, at least I still have something to look forward to in the Septimus department!

I absolutely, positively, cannot wait. But somehow I have to. I thought this was a new series but it is a mixture of the Septimus Heap characters with newcomers, Alice TodHunter Moon, nicknamed Tod, and siblings, Oskar and Fergie.

Tod is at an initiation of PathFinders, a group of children that have the unique powers of being able to breathe underwater. Not everyone has this ability and the only way to find out is to risk drowning. When Tod observes her aunt eavesdropping on the secret meeting, she talks to her dad about it. He says he'll ask the aunt to l I thought this was a new series but it is a mixture of the Septimus Heap characters with newcomers, Alice TodHunter Moon, nicknamed Tod, and siblings, Oskar and Fergie.

He says he'll ask the aunt to leave but then disappears at sea on a fishing expedition. Tod's mother is dead and the aunt takes care of her but is abusive. Tod and Oskar are worried about the village.

Children are disappearing and when Oskar's sister, Fergie, does late one night while sleeping in bed, it becomes personal. When Oskar becomes suspicious of some comments made by the aunt, he rescues Tod from monsters.

The two set out to find Fergie and uncover a villainous plot. While the action sequences are good and the monsters interesting, the distractions from referring to incidents in the previous Septimus Heap series from crossover characters left the plot lacking in tightness and cohesiveness. If you read that series then you'll probably like this but if you haven't you might be scratching your head in spots.

I received an advanced reader's copy and some of the beginning chapter transitions and some backstory were clunky. Perhaps it will appear differently in the final copy.

Once the action kicks into high gear and the plot sticks mainly with Tod then I was hooked. I would have preferred less Septimus Heap characters. 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. 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 OskarShe loses her family but still fights for the people in her village.

Children's literature portal. Her mother, who died when Tod was young, had a very different history. This is not something that would bother young readers because at the end of the day the story is fun. You can click here to read their full reviews.

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