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Slaves of Socorro

Brotherband, Book 4
Narrated by: John Keating
Series: Brotherband Chronicles, Book 4
Length: 12 hrs and 18 mins
Categories: Teens, Ages 11-13
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From the author of the mega-selling Ranger's Apprentice! 

Hal and his fellow Herons have returned home to Skandia after defeating the pirate Captain Zavac and reclaiming Skandia's most prized artifact, the Andomal. With their honor restored, the Herons turn to a new mission: tracking down an old rival turned bitter enemy. 

Tursgud - leader of the Shark Brotherband and Hal's constant opponent - has turned from a bullying youth into a pirate and slave trader. After Tursgud captures 12 Araluen villagers to sell as slaves, the Heron crew sails into action...with the help of one of Araluen's finest Rangers! 

In this fourth audiobook in the Brotherband Chronicles, a new battle unfolds as old rivalries are renewed, peace treaties are put to the test, and the action builds to a pulse-pounding finale. Perfect for fans of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, T.H. White's The Sword in the Stone, Christopher Paolini's Eragon series, and George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire series.

©2014 John A. Flanagan (P)2014 Penguin Audiobooks

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Great listen

Great book as usual, performance is great and the story lives up to great dyandars

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Going strong

Similar to Rangers Apprentice but yet so different. Booking through this series - no pun intended.

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fantastic book! <br />

Lots of twists but the Brotherband pulls it off again! Hal always finds a way.

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loved it

I loved it the, action and the plotline, mixed the descriptive narrative makes it easy to get into the book

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Loved it

Like this whole series, so bloody amazing! My kids and I loved the story, love the performance, love the world!

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Another great one!

I loved this one! loved Gil showing up again to work with our beloved Skandians. Can't wait for more.

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Exciting thrill

Great way to continue the story. I especially like the connections that I‎t brings with other stories!

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<3

I love all of these Ranger's Apprentice and Brotherband books! John Flanagan is always engaging and entertaining.

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Entertaining for a drive.

I'm in the midst of driving lots and wanted an easy series to occupy myself. These books are fun enough, though I think that they lack the depth of character and plot of the Apprentice Series.

More disconcertingly, the more I read Flanagan's works, the more that I suspect he holds an old fashioned opinion about women and foreigners (non-Euro).

Jury's out

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Great story!

John Flanagan and John Keating did another superb job. Hal and his brother band do their duty!