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War has broken out in the North. The Corrupt Lord of the Ice has invaded Norghana with a host from the Frozen Continent. Will the king and the Rangers manage to stop him, or will they die in the attempt?

Darthor is seeking to dethrone King Uthar. He is on his way to conquer Norghana and take the crown. He has invaded the kingdom and has a host from the Frozen Continent at his command; Wild Ones of the Ice, Snow Trolls, Albino Ogres, Semi-Giants, Tundra Dwellers, Arcanes of the Glaciers, and creatures unlike anything anybody has ever seen before.

Uthar gathers together his armies and prepares to repel him. But not all the Norghanian nobles are with the king. The Western League does not support him, and they want to regain the crown for the West, for the Olafstones.

Lasgol and his partners will have to overcome an arduous second year of instruction at the Camp if they want to become Rangers one day. The tests will be far harder and the effort required much greater. Rivalries will surface, but so will companionship and even love. He will find out that he does not know the whole truth about what happened to his parents or about his new friend Camu. New mysteries, which he will have to investigate and solve, will arise and drive him to confront life-and-death situations.

Will Lasgol and his friends survive the second year of training? Will they survive the war? Will he succeed in solving the mysteries that surround him? Will he find betrayal...and discover the true enemy?

©2020 Pedro Urvi (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Narrator was great, story was good but there was some redundancy and inconsistency from the first book. If you can get past that, and the fact that somehow nobody ever asks questions besides Lasgol and Egil, then you'll be good to go. There's more love triangles that I was expecting, I hoped for none but there are 2. But I can look past it (I think) as long as it doesn't become overdramatic. General insight. I did however see the end revelation coming from a mile away though but that may just be me.

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Awesome

If you like ranger's apprentice. you'll love this. Not only that i cant wait for the next chapter

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An enjoyable read!

I've enjoyed the first two books, in this series. And, I'm looking forward to reading the next book.
i like the character development. I also like that the characters are relatively consistent and learn from their mistakes. I've read far too many books in which the main characters continually repeat the same mistakes.

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Entertaining with a great twist in the storyline

This series is pretty good, but it follows the same basic storyline as many other books similar to it, the classic underdog rising, finding out his family secrets and stopping or winning a war.
The book itself is engrossing as there are many questions floating in the air, and a jaw dropping ending to finish it off. I am looking forward to listening to the next book, and finding out the truth of the kings secret!