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The renegade outlaw group known as the Outsiders may have been chased from Clonmel, but not before killing Halt's only brother. Now Rangers Halt and Will, along with the young warrior Horace, are in pursuit. The Outsiders have done an effective job of dividing the kingdom into factions and are looking to overtake Araluen. It will take every bit of skill and cunning for the Rangers to survive. Some may not be so lucky.

©2008 John Flanagan (P)2010 Penguin Audio

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  • Katherine
  • Temecula, CA, United States
  • 10-01-12

If you like knights, rangers and adventure

If you like knights, rangers and adventure this book is for you. Sword fights, archery and chasing villians across the country side, it is all here.

I love the character dynamics in this book and the whole series. The relationship between Will, Halt's apprentice and Halt and Will's best friend Horace a knight, is something that I enjoy reading about again and again.

It is great fun following their adventures from country to country in a world that is very like our own in medevil times.

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  • Shelby
  • AZ, United States
  • 02-13-12

Good as ever

What did you love best about Ranger's Apprentice, Book 9: Halt's Peril?

I've always loved the Ranger's Apprentice series, and this book was no exception. I laughed out loud, and shed some tears. It was a very enjoyable experience.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I did want to listen to it all at once, so it was hard for me to turn it off when I had to go to work.

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  • Cleone
  • WEST CHESTER, PA, United States
  • 05-02-11

Purely great

lovely book. And I have the next one hehe and it's great. better than this one

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  • Steve
  • Cody, WY, United States
  • 04-12-11

excellent

Flanagan continues the saga with twists and turns that keep you guessing. I enjoy the series immensely and anxiously await the next installment.

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Loved it

This book picks right back up where the last on left off. It is a great book. I really love that the narrator is the same in all the books. Can't wait till the next one. Great Book

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intense

I experienced the whole range of emotions. I cannot wait for the next book in a few days

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😀

I love this series! And the narrator is good, even though he sorta has a funny accent (no offence, bro)

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A little slow and too predictable

The book got a little slow and a little too predictable about mid way through. I was ready for the Outsiders story to end about 3/4 through the book. I hope the next one goes back to the quality of the earlier books.

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Halt's peril

So So SAVAGE IS THE KING WILL AND SHAUN OR HALTY BOY THEY ARE THE KINGSIESER

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Not a fan of the narrator

Narrator's inflections are frequently off when reading characters' lines, which is jarring and distracting. His tone of voice also conveys the characters' personality and age (Will especially) as younger and whinier than I would picture reading the book.