The Warlock (The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel: Book 5)

The Warlock (The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel)

Book 5

Heart racing, blood pumping book here.  It’s hard to imagine that this extensive book takes place all in one day.  Warlock takes place right after Necromancer left off, minutes later.  It’s a great book I have to say and I did love it.  There is so much characterization within the pages of this book and I can feel the emotion of the characters because they feel real.  The detail and description that went into the book, I mean this is just one day in the life  of Josh and Sophie Newman, just one day.  The books take span in about a week and a day and to create such a novel based upon this is simply magnificent.  I mean I absolutely loved it.  Not to mention the introduction of historical figures such as Nicholas Flamel, Billy the Kid and Machiavelli, and give them their own personalities and life true written art.  It seems as though Michael Scott was truly able to embody these historical figures.  And the interweaving of all mythologies, including that of Atlantis, is amazing.  Michael Scott is able to give each god, each elder, their own personality, he is able to make them all coexist with one another.  The book is a masterpiece and I can’t wait to see how it ends.  I love this book, everything about this book.  4/4 ‘s and an “A+”.

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