The final installment of the series The Secrets of The Immortal Nicholas Flamel was definitely not a let down. It is, as all last books should be, fast-paced, action packed, and chocked full of epic battles to the death.
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22nd May. (Or 24th, if you’re in UK/Ireland.)
I don’t know whether to be maniacally overjoyed or suicidal. The Enchantress is finally out, but it’s the last book in the series. As Shakespeare (who is actually a character in this incredible book series) would say, parting is such sweet sorrow.
In this case, though, there is definitely no question of ‘to read or not to read’.
If you haven’t read this book, I give you advanced permission to get out of your house right now, dash to the nearest book store, and buy the whole set of six. Yes, in my typical selfless vein, I’ll even let you stop reading this post.
It’s honestly one of the best fantasy book series I’ve ever read, right in the big league with Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, the Bartimaeus Trilogy, and Artemis Fowl. All of which have ended except Artemis Fowl (which is ending this year). What else is there to live for?!?!!
Relax. I’m just kidding. There’s still the sequel movie to Captain America.
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If you haven’t read the books on this list, please go and
bonk yourself on the head with a hard, heavy boulder. read them, NOW. They’re really good. At least in my opinion. Which is admittedly biased. I mean, if you were a ninety-year old grandmother, I doubt you’d want to read Harry Potter. Then again, you would! If you were cool. If you don’t want to be a lousy grandmother, check this list out now.
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