The Enchantress (The Secrets Of The Immortal Nicholas Flamel)
  • The Enchantress (The Secrets Of The Immortal Nicholas Flamel)
  • The Enchantress (The Secrets Of The Immortal Nicholas Flamel)
ISBN: 0385735359
EAN13: 9780385735353
Language: English
Pages: 517
Dimensions: 1.73" H x 8.43" L x 6.06" W
Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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The two that are one must become the one that is all. One to save the world, one to destroy it.
San Francisco:
Nicholas and Perenelle Flamel have one day left to live, and one job left to do. They must defend San Francisco. The monsters gathered on Alcatraz Island have been released and are heading toward the city. If they are not stopped, they will destroy everyone and everything in their path.
But even with the help of two of the greatest warriors from history and myth, will the Sorceress and the legendary Alchemyst be able to defend the city? Or is it the beginning of the end of the human race?
Danu Talis:
Sophie and Josh Newman traveled ten thousand years into the past to Danu Talis when they followed Dr. John Dee and Virginia Dare. And it's on this legendary island that the battle for the world begins and ends.
Scathach, Prometheus, Palamedes, Shakespeare, Saint-Germain, and Joan of Arc are also on the island. And no one is sure what--or who--the twins will be fighting for.
Today the battle for Danu Talis will be won or lost.
But will the twins of legend stand together?
Or will they stand apart--
one to save the world and one to destroy it?

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   What a perfect climactic end to this series!
It's great when you can't quite figure out how it's all going to work out, and there were moments when I was afraid of the possibilities, she said. The author really had me hanging on every word! Thanks for the great read.
   Fitting end
Pauley, for example, gives this book and the series of Nicholas Flamel five stars. This was very addictive read with a nice blend of action, intrigue, fantasy, and imagination, said Jeffery. Michael Scott, the author of the book, also appears in the new issue. I began to worry as I neared the end that there would be no wrapping tape, but I think each character received a touching send off.
   Full Circle
Second, I must say that this one was my favorite because I enjoyed being brought full circle. While I was pleasantly surprised by the ending, it was certainly not what I expected, and while, at times, I found it hard to follow the characters in both their past and present forms, it still allowed us to root for all of our old and familiar heroes. Though I will miss the good Dr. and the Flamels, I am anxious for a new set of characters and story line from Michael Scott.
   The end
The second book would have been better had each chapter not been about a different character. It made the story difficult to follow, Crowe said. The lead characters were not likable and whiny, Grace Kelly said. Less is more, which this author should consider in future writings.
   great book
They are very well written and I love that Scott incorporates many mythological beings into his story and brings many aspects of it together into one great read.
   Great read--Brings the first series together--and is a launching pad for the next! :-)
The characters introduced throughout the series come together in this finale and we see people finding their good sides, he said. But it's clear that we need more adventures to keep learning about them.
   This is the end
I am so glad I finished this series and that Michael Scott finished it with this tale, said Elizabeth Byrne. I have grown to love these characters and feel satisfied with the conclusion of their epic adventures, Morgenthau said. But Harrison's only criticism is that the action sequences are sometimes hard to imagine. Not a bad complaint, said Dr. Brian Lambrecht, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
   Total nonsense from start to finish.
The author just took a box and tossed in all of the names he could think of out of Greek and Roman mythology, and threw in a few from other cultures as well. Then he threw in a few more random names, like Shakespeare and the Billy Kid. He then made up a few more names and then jumbled them together and drew them out randomly to form this series. I kept reading it mostly out of astonishment, even though I was a huge Harry Potter fan. This guy is a total hack and this book series was written for kids that have no reference in history or... well, good writing. It's just awful.