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©2006 John Flanagan; (P)2007 Recorded Books
have #6 & 7 of the series. However, my library doesn't either, so it may be that they were never recorded. I don't know. The author writing is so interesting & captivating, adding twists & turns to the plot that are unexpected. He has developed the characters so well and is so consistent with them throughout the series to the point where I feel like I almost know them in person!
I like a bit of romance, but I LOVE that there is no smut or language in the books, yet I am a grandmother and still totally enjoy this series.
I hope that John Flanagan writes other series as well!
Yes, because the creative, good-hearted, and courageous young adults inspire me.
I love Will because of his non-stop pursuit of perfection at his trade, and because of his love and gratefulness for the people in his life.
I really appreciate his talent with the voices. The recording is a little unprofessional as you hear him swallowing and breathing at each new chapter.
The battle, when Will was diving and firing and picking off the enemy.
Great series, I love it.
Estate planning lawyer and mom to two boys. My older son liked audiobooks as an infant, and I've listened to a lot since then.
Probably wouldn't listen again if my 11 year old weren't insisting on it. I adore the characters but found this installment darker and more depressing.
The ending is a happy moment. Overall this felt like an interim installment in a multi-volume arc.
The Halt and Horace scenes were my favorite.
I found parts hard to listen to since I'm very fond of the characters.
I wouldn't recommend this installment to younger, more sensitive listeners. The first two I would recommend to all ages who were old enough to follow the narrative.
Apart from the price, this book is a wonderfuly fast paced and action paced. It deserves a five star rating along with the ranger's apprentice series.
Very well written and read! Good clean and entertaining. A book the whole family can listen too. John Flanagan is a great story teller, and John Keating is the best narrator for these stories.
This book was more of a suspense thriller than the precious books but was thoroughly enjoyably. Be I am happily moving on to the next book in the series.
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