TodHunter Moon, Book Two (Hardcover)
SandRider (World of Septimus Heap #2)
Katherine Tegen Books, 9780062272485, 480pp.
Publication Date: October 13, 2015
Tod's story races on in this second book in the TodHunter Moon trilogy, a spinoff of the popular Septimus Heap series. Fans of Septimus as well as fantasy readers new to the world of Magyk will enjoy this next installment in the series ALA Booklist calls "warm and inventive." Full-page illustrations by renowned fantasy artist Mark Zug begin each section and add to the magic!
Great for readers of Harry Potter or Brandon Mull's Fablehaven series, TodHunter Moon offers something for every reader, regardless of gender or age. SandRider is also a dynamic pick for parents reading aloud to younger children before bedtime.
Taking place seven years after the events of the original Septimus Heap series, TodHunter Moon tells the story of Alice TodHunter Moon, a young PathFinder who comes to the Castle with a Magyk all her own. In this second book, Tod sets out for the Desert of the Singing Sands to retrieve the Egg of the Orm—a journey that will test not only her Magykal and PathFinding skills but her friendships, too.
About the Author
ANGIE SAGE was born in London and grew up in the Thames Valley, London, and Kent. She loves the sea, spooky old houses, and time traveling (the easy way, by reading history books). Angie has created many books for children, including the New York Times bestselling series Septimus Heap and Araminta Spookie. She lives in England. Visit her online at www.angiesage.com and on Twitter @AngieSageAuthor.
Mark Zug has illustrated many collectible card games, including Magic: The Gathering and Dune, as well as books and magazines. He lives in Pennsylvania.
Praise For TodHunter Moon, Book Two: SandRider (World of Septimus Heap #2)…
— Kirkus Reviews
Praise for TODHUNTER MOON, BOOK ONE: PATHFINDER: “An exciting reunion with a favorite series.”
— Kirkus Reviews
Priase for TODHUNTER MOON, BOOK ONE: PATHFINDER: “Fans of the first series will certainly delight as characters familiar and new go on new adventures and reveal new mythologies.”
— School Library Journal
Praise for TODHUNTER MOON, BOOK ONE: PATHFINDER: “There’s no need to read the Heap series first, though fans will welcome this new adventure, which is situated in familiar environs and populated by beloved characters—including a few destined to be new favorites.”
— ALA Booklist