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Between The Story Pages — The Enchantress

Finishing off last week with the final installment of Lauren Kate’s Fallen series, RAPTURE, I am moving onto Michael Scott‘s final book in the Secrets of The Immortal Nicholas Flamel series, The Enchantress.


I have loved this series from the beginning and am both excited and sad to see it end.




English: The cover for the book The Enchantres...

English: The cover for the book The Enchantress written by Michael Scott, design by Michael Wagner published by Random House (Photo credit: Wikipedia)







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?




2 responses

  1. Isn’t Nicholas Flamel the character from Harry Potter fame? I love the cover.

    March 1, 2013 at 9:58 am

  2. JK Rowling uses his character in The Sorcerer’s Stone, yes, but Nicholas Flamel is a real person (or he was). He’s legendary, actually. It is believed he discovered the secret of eternal life. Born in 1330, “buried” in 1418 in Paris, his tomb is empty.

    Fascinating, really. And the stories are about his so-called immortal life, as well as a myriad of other mythological creatures throughout the ages. The Enchantress is the last in the series, The Alchemyst being the first.

    I’m a huge mythology/history/fantasy fan, and Michael Scott is an amazing writer in those categories.

    All the covers are similar to this one and gorgeous. 🙂

    March 1, 2013 at 10:11 am


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