The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel 1 The Alchemyst (Michael Scott)

  • Grandmother Cringe Rating (GCR): 2
  • Pages: 375
  • Ages: 12+
  • # of books in the series: 6

Josh and Sophie are just your average, run of the mill 15 year old fraternal twins, living out their lives here and there . . . Until they witness magic and strange creatures, and a man tries to kill Josh’s employer. Now they are on the run with the immortal Nicholas Flamel, dodging mystical creatures, escaping ancient gods and igniting the magic that lies deep within themselves in a hopeless attempt to save the world.

  • Language – A religious exclamation (God).
  • Violence – A lot of fantasy-type violence, but most is not gorey. Some mindless hunks of clay in the form of humans are killed. Other bad guys are killed with swords and magic.
  • Sexuality – None

This heart-pounding adventure has a lot of fantasy-type violence, but very little other filth. Kids will enjoy the past faced fights, discoveries and escapes. Parents will enjoy the clean language and lack of sexual garbage.

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