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John Flanagan

4.28 of 5 Votes: 2
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Books by John Flanagan
Halt in gevaar (2009)
4.37 of 5 Votes: 2
Grade/interest level: About 10 and upReading level: 800Genre: Adventure, Action, and FantasyMain Characters: Will, Horace, Halt, and MalcomSetting: Araluen, Picta, MacindawPOV: 3rd personReview: Will, Halt, and Horace are at it again in their ninth adventure. They have not yet given up their ques...
Halt's Peril (2009)
4.37 of 5 Votes: 1
My comments for book 8 are all appropriate here, as this is a continuation of that story, with one small difference - this book is even worse. In fact, book 9 is not only the worst book in this otherwise fun series, it is by far one of the worst books I've ever read. The book gets bogged down i...
The Ranger's Apprentice, Book 10: The Emperor of Nihon-Ja: Book Ten (2011)
4.41 of 5 Votes: 5
The basic set up of this book is very similar to almost every other single book in the series. - A new country that's either a copy of an existing country or a weird mix of several existing countries- New allies that will never return except maybe for one book later on (unless they're skandians b...
De Keizer van Nihon-Ja (2011)
4.41 of 5 Votes: 1
I really liked this book a lot, I would definitely rate this book a 5/5 stars. If you have read the previous books in the series you are going to love this book. This book brings all the characters together and it it full of action. This book is placed somewhere in Asia during the winter. Horace ...
The Emperor of Nihon-Ja (2010)
4.41 of 5 Votes: 1
“The Emperor of Nihon-Ja” is a fictional novel written by Australian author: John Flanagan. Flanagan’s style of writing is, put simply, beautiful. His use of impressive word choice and sensory details come together to form a perfect novel. This book has the perfect balance between happiness and s...
Ranger's Apprentice, Book 8: The Kings of Clonmel: Book 8 (2010)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 4
The 8th Book of the Rangers Apprentice was ok like the other books in the series. A mysterious cult formed again in Clomnel named The Outsiders are causing destruction in towns. The Outsiders are a strange cult that use special tactics to get rich. Horace and Will discover more about Halts past a...
De Koning van Clonmel (2010)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 5
The Kings of Clonmel written by John Flanagan is a decent book. These books are usually incredible good, however this book was just a little boring. I was very eager to read the next book in the series, but I was met with a slow introduction. As the book went on the story eventually got more inte...
Kings of Clonmel (2010)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 4
This series is so engaging, the way the writer uses conflicts to catch your attention is amazing! This book has battles, love, and heart racing moments. At points I made predictions that weren't even close to what was going to happen. There are more books to the series, so I made a prediction ...
The Kings of Clonmel (2000)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 3
In this book Will and Halt go off to Clonmel. The king of clonmel is Halts younger brother. When they get there at first Halt tries to hide from his brother. The reason he does this is because as children Halts brother would try to kill him so he could have the throne. After awhile Halt relizes t...
Rangers Apprentice the Lost Stories (2013)
4.28 of 5 Votes: 2
I thought that the book was really well written and well thought out. But I rated this book a four, because this book is a little bit dull compared to the other books in his series. I don't recommend this book to anyone who want to read a big journey of Will Treaty. But I do recommend this book t...
De Verloren Verhalen (2012)
4.28 of 5 Votes: 2
Since these are a bunch of short stories, I'll rate them individually. I'm not a huge fan of this format and I didn't really enjoy the book in general. What I did like was the glimpse into the future, I almost wish that had been explored more instead of the stories.1. Death of a Hero. 2/5 stars. ...
The Lost Stories (2011)
4.28 of 5 Votes: 5
Foi um trabalho preguiçoso e mal elaborado. Deu a impressão de que o autor não conseguiu pensar em nenhuma aventura épica pós livro 10, então, resolveu escrever uma série de contos aleatórios para formar um livro, colocando uma ou outra cena que os leitores sem interessariam (e seriam obrigados a...
De Indringers (2013)
4.4 of 5 Votes: 2
Another solid story from Flanagan. This time Hal & friends have embarked on a journey to recover the Andomal, a Skandian relic that they lost. They have fled from Skandia in their ship, the Heron, in chase the pirate Zavac. The story is a little slow at first, with the characters staying in one l...
The Invaders (2012)
4.4 of 5 Votes: 3
A great second book in a series that promises to be as wonderful as the Ranger's Apprentice series was. The only drawbacks for me were some bad words and an ending that did not neatly tie all the loose ends of plot up. Obviously there are more books in the series, but I tend to prefer a stand-a...
Rangers Apprentice - Books 1 to 3 (2010)
4.46 of 5 Votes: 5
I really struggled with how to rate this series. The things I love about it have to do with the characters - they are genuinely good people. It's refreshing to read something that shows normal relationships developing. In everyday life we meet people and grow close to them or don't. Some people a...
The Ranger's Apprentice Collection Books 1-3 Box Set (The Ruins of Gorlan, The Burning Bridge, The Icebound Land) (2008)
4.46 of 5 Votes: 3
Hey Mr. U, I just figured out my computer had a virus and wont get past the boot stage so I am forced to write this on my iPhone. Well onto the book report. Over break I read Rangers Apprentice, which is a amazing book. I could not put it down and actually read it for a whole day. The intense ba...
De Koninklijke Leerling (2013)
4.41 of 5 Votes: 2
I thought this was a great end to a long and greatly-enjoyed series. I liked how the story followed the normal characters into their later life, and how the reader could see the next generation coming into its own. It really left me with the sense that the next generation would pick up right wh...
Ranger's Apprentice 12: The Royal Ranger (2013)
4.41 of 5 Votes: 2
John Flanagan is back to form with this latest "Ranger's Apprentice" book. I've honestly grown fairly tired of the series, but was intrigued by the plot of the book twelve (and the fact that it was the final book in the series), so I took a chance.I like this book because it mirrors book one wit...
The Royal Ranger (2013)
4.41 of 5 Votes: 5
This book had me sobbing a couple times... Yeah.And that ending, why John Flanagan, why?!??Seriously though, amazing book. Absolutely heart wrenching, plot-twisty, action-packed, and extremely emotional! It was a great ending to an AMAZING series.I've been reading this series for the past few yea...
Otroci ze Sokora (2014)
4.4 of 5 Votes: 4
The Slaves of Socorro is your average John Flanagan book, which means that it's fantastic. The book follows Hal and his shipmates as they pursue their childhood enemy Tursgud, who has now gone rogue and is kidnapping and selling prisoners as slaves.Despite the fact that this is Flanagan's sixteen...
Slaves of Socorro (2014)
4.4 of 5 Votes: 4
I've missed reading John Flanagan's books! I enjoy the interactions of the characters, and the twins add humor to the story. They're always arguing, and no one can tell them apart. The author added a large dog to the cast, and it created more humor but helped resolve some problems. Hal's characte...
Rangers Apprentice, Book Five: The Sorcerer of the North (Vol 1 of 2) (2010)
4.55 of 5 Votes: 5
How can Will save a diplomat while trying to find a sorcerer? The Sorcerer of the North is about Will trying to find a Sorcerer while trying to keep a diplomat safe. When will first get the fief of Macindaw he discovers that a castle lord suddenly died without explanation. Will has to get to the ...
Brotherband: Scorpion Mountain (2014)
4.46 of 5 Votes: 5
While I really loved this book, it didn't really have the feel that I think a last-book-of-the-series should have. The whole matter with Lydia, Hal, Stag, and sort-of Ingvar, was never really concluded, and I really wanted to see a solid end on the point. Really, I'm probably just disappointed th...
Scorpion Mountain (2014)
4.47 of 5 Votes: 4
This was a really good book and a good continuation of the previous Brotherband book. There were a couple drawbacks. For instance the book describes a threat to Cassandra as being a key plot point but really Cassie is only in maybe one chapter and there are no actual attempts on her life. I fe...
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