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This article is about the book by Michael Scott. For the titular character of The Sorceress, see Perenelle Flamel.

The Sorceress is a novel by Irish author Michael Scott, the third part in the six-book series The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel, and is the sequel to The Magician: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel. It was released on May 26, 2009 in the U.S. and was released on June 25, 2009 in the U.K.

Titular character

The book's title, The Sorceress, refers to Perenelle Flamel, as stated by Michael Scott in his Fan Forum.

Plot Summary

The well known immortal Alchemyst Nicholas Flamel must take a risk and take Josh and Sophie Newman (twins foretold to save the world) to London, where the oldest immortal human lives: The master of the element of water, Gilgamesh the King. But what Nicholas Flamel withholds from the twins is that Gilgamesh the King is insane. Though he has no aura - and hence cannot use his powers, he can still pass on his knowledge to an awakened human. If Gilgamesh refuses to teach the twins they will be unable to escape back to San Francisco using the ley lines, and will be trapped in Dr. John Dee's city. Even worse, they will be in his hometown of London, where he is at his strongest. Unfortunately, the Dark Elders have awakened an ancient being even more powerful and mysterious than them: an Archon. The Archon is known as the Horned God and is the leader of a pack of wolf people called the Wild Hunt. He has amazing brute strength and retains the power to make people members of his pack. According to myth he was once extremely beautiful, but now only his face is. He is part beast, and Dr. Dee believes that he has little or no magical prowess. Simultaneously, Perenelle is trapped on Alcatraz with the friendly but untrustworthy spider elder, Areop-Enap after narrowly escaping the Sphinx and defeating The Morrigan. A.K.A The Crow Goddess. Morrigan has been suppressed sufficiently by the Words of Power that resided on the island that her body was retaken by her two sisters, Macha and Badb. Perenelle can make fleeting contact with Nicholas and the twins using scrying.

Books in the Main series
The AlchemystThe MagicianThe SorceressThe NecromancerThe WarlockThe Enchantress
Other books in the Flamel universe
Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of VegasThe Death of Joan of ArcThe Earthlords (Unreleased)