Amulet Book 9: Everything we know so far

Are you enthusiastically waiting to know what will happen to Emily? Well, for that, you will have to wait for the ninth edition of the book to get completed!

So, is there a release date of Amulet Book 9 that has been finalized for its release? Yes, there is. And, in this article, we will uncover everything that you need to know about the Amulet Book 9. 

Amulet Book 9: A Quick Guide

The Amulet is a graphic, computer-oriented novel series that first debuted on January 1, 2008. It was created by Kazu Kibishi (a popular webcomic writer, founder, and editor of the acclaimed Flight anthologies) and was published by Graphix, Scholastic. As of now, there are a total of eight books in the series released, and Kazu Kibuishi, writer of Amulet is working on the ninth installment of the series. 

The book, Amulet is based on a Journey of a 12-year-old girl, Emily Hayes, her brother Navin and an elf prince (Trellis). The series depicts a discovery of a sentient and autonomous magical circle by a young girl Emily at her grandfather’s residence. The book has so far sold over 2 million copies worldwide and is still counting. 

Amulet Book 9: Release Date

Kazu Kibishi, the writer of the Amulet series confirmed on October 3, 2014, that the series will have a total of nine volumes. In an interview in 2014, he speculated the release of that final volume by the end of 2021. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the book wasn’t released. 

On 29 September 2021, Kibishi tweeted “Amulet 9 has been different than any book I have worked on before. It requires much more information to be curated/compressed into the final product. Here’s a look at the amount of content created so far. This energy will be condensed into a small book that fits in a backpack.” 

He also added in one of his tweets “Right now, I’m working on Amulet 9 Book 9 the concluding volume in the series, when we come closer to completion, Scholastic Graphix (the publisher) will announce a release date.” This indicates that part 9 will be released shortly. We will have to wait until the publisher officially updates anything regarding the last volume of the series. 

The film adaption of Amulet

20th Century Fox and Temple Hill Entertainment announced in 2016 that they would produce the graphic novel miniseries. However, the plan was previously adopted by Warner Bros in association with Smith and Lassiter’s Overbrook Entertainment. Due to some production issues, they dropped the idea, and then 20th Century Fox took over the charge. 

How many Amulet books are there?

As aforesaid, there will be a total of nine parts in this book series. Additionally, Kazu in 2014 also confirmed that there will be 9 volumes. However, as of now, only 8 of them are published. 

Here are the volumes of Amulet that has been released to date:

  • Volume 1: The Stonekeeper – January 1, 2008
  • Volume 2: The Stonekeeper’s Curse – September 1, 2009
  • Volume 3: The Cloud Searchers – September 1, 2010
  • Volume 4: The Last Council – September 1, 2011
  • Volume 5: Prince of Elves – September 1, 2012
  • Volume 6: Escape from Lucien – August 26, 2014
  • Volume 7: Firelight – February 23, 2016
  • Volume 8: Supernova – September 25, 2016

Amulet Book 9: Cast

This immensely popular book, Amulet has been anticipated to have a Netflix adaptation. As we know, there are myriad characters in this series including Emily Hayes, her brother, her grandfather, and others. Rumors say that some renowned faces can be seen as the cast in the movie version of the book, Amulet. 

Some of the characters that are rumored to join are:

  • Millie Bobby Brown might be seen as Emily Hayes
  • Reece Pockney may appear in Navin Hayes’s role
  • Josh Gad would be seen as Miskit
  • Jeffrey Combs will play as Cogley
  • Diego Luna would be seen playing Leon Redbeard’s role
  • Zachary Quinto as Trellis
  • Peter Cullen might play as Silas Charon
  • Ike Amadi as Luger
  • Ron Perlman would be seen as The Elf King
  • Jennifer Aniston as Karen Hayes
  • Ryan Gosling might appear as David Hayes

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