Soman, are you going to be holding casting calls/open auditions in other countries as well because I would really like to audition and I live in London so… Please?
Do you think that Agatha and Sophie are 13 in the first book, 14 in the second, 15 in the third, 16 in the fourth and therefore 17 in the fifth? It makes sense doesn’t it?
it doesn’t make any sense because you haven’t given reason for why they are 13 in the first place
Because the school master only kidnaps children who are “past their twelfth year,” so Sophie and Agatha could be anywhere between 13 and 17 in the first book. However, the romantic and personal development they go through over the course of the books mirrors how real life people go through puberty. You can actually draw direct lines between how…[Read more]
I thought they were 14 in the 1st book 15 in the 2nd book and 16 in books 3&4 and then they turn 17 in ACOT
I texted Soman on Instagram asking if maybe they were 12 in the first book and he replied saying that they definitely weren’t 12 so then I scanned the first book and I noticed that it said that the school master only took children who were above their 12’th year so then I figured out that if they were 16 in the 4’th book then they must be 13 in…[Read more]
@reaperscarestedros If you look down at the posts below I’ve already explained a while ago that school years aren’t the same as actual years. Plus Tedros might not be the same age as Agatha and Sophie.
School years are not necessarily a time span of actual years, since they never actually ever finished out an entire school year in any of the books.
The first 3 years make sense but from book 4 the time’s not exactly based on school years anymore.
But like, they never actually finished their first year out at SGE, when they went back home. And they weren’t home for very long before they went back to school. And the second book ends right in the scene after the Trial By Tale, which isn’t at the end of the year. Book 3 is the only book when they’d have a complete year, and that’s only because…[Read more]