The best-selling epic continues!
Hal and his brotherband crew are hot on the trail of the pirate Zavac and they have one thing only on their minds: Stopping the bloodthirsty thief before he can do more damage. Of course, they also know Zavac has the Andomal, the priceless Skandian artifact stolen when the brotherband let down their guard. The chase leads down mighty rivers, terrifying rapids, to the lawless fortress of Ragusa. If Hal is to succeed, he will need to go beyond his brotherband training. He will need to challenge the pirate one-on-one, knowing only one of them will survive.
The epic series from Ranger's Apprentice author John Flanagan continues, delivering pulse-pounding adventure and fun.
©2012 John Flanagan (P)2012 Penguin Audiobooks
There is not much that can compare with the weight of a book in your hand but the audio version of this book is very good!
It's predecessors The Outcasts, and The Invaders, both wonderful books as well. Also the Ranger's Apprentice Books which are the companion series.
Yes I have and he has done a great job in all of the ones I have listened to.
The wise and the cunning.
This series was very enjoyable. The narrator was exceptionally consistent in voice for the various characters, making the book come to life. I had purchased this for my boys (ages 10 - 22) to listen to on long trips. As they would play over the car stereo, I got interested and even my wife has been excited to share this adventure with our boys. Another success for John Flanagan.
The quick wit of the characters through all of the books.
The final battle was gripping. Didn't seem long enough.
Great story by John as usual. Picks up right where it should. Finish off with this great ending!
Wonderful story and worth listening to but there are a few audio glitches that can be a bit confusing especially near the tail end of the story.
I absolutely loved this book, as far as the story goes. However, the track jumped. :(
John Flanagan is at it again with another riveting tale.
The characters are not quite as developed as his previous series.
Richard Keating does a fine job in narrating he story.
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