Review: The Necromancer

Title:  The Necromancer

Author:  Michael Scott

Cover Artist:  Michael Wagner

Publisher:  Random House

The Necromancer is the fourth book in the series of The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flammel. It was a lot like the first, second, and third. My favorite parts were when Sophie, Nicholas, and Perenelle used a crystal skull to see through Josh’s (Sophie’s twin brother) eyes and when they fought Dr. John Dee, Virginia Dare, and Coatlicue (the first vampire). My least favorite part was when Josh sided with Dr. Dee and Virginia Dare. Virginia Dare, Aoife of the shadows, and Prometheus, the Master of fire are added to the now long list of main characters in the series. In this book, Prometheus teaches Josh the magic of fire. My favorite parts in all of these books are the battles. This book did not have as many battles as the last three. It was not as long as the other three either. The elder Mars Ultor awakened Josh’s powers and therefore has temporary control over him. That is why Josh sided with the bad guys. The creepiest part about that is when Mars takes control over Josh, Josh’s eyes turn the same color as the elder’s, which is a glowing crimson. There are two more books left in this series that I know of. The next book is The Warlock and the last book is The Enchantress and is not out yet. I can’t wait to read The Warlock.

Posted by: Fred Reads

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2 responses to “Review: The Necromancer

  1. Fred, you seem to like the books in his series more and more each time you read one. Why do you think that is?

  2. Did you do this Blog yourself because it looks very professional? I found your blog on Bing

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