lol declan, u added here 2 rofl(roll on floor laughing)
Kevin, the second is the burning bridge
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH THIS BOOK LEAVES ME HANGING!!!!! But it is a good book and it did not leave me with dry eyes........
1. What I enjoyed about this book was the adventure and exciting, suspenseful moments. For example, when Jarl Erak had decided to help Will and Evanlyn escape Hallasholm, the Skandian camp. I really enjoy all the skills that the Ranger possesses. They can practically disappear into the background with their agile and cloaks. Their accuracy with the bow is uncanny and definitely the best. Nobody can defeat a Ranger unless they are one of the luckiest people in the world. Whatever happens in the Ranger’s Apprentice series is exciting when all the events add up to something big. It’s one of the best series I’ve ever read.
2. There is one important relationship between characters in this novel. The relationship is between Will and everyone in the novel. Every character knows Will and what a big role he played in the war between Araluen and Morgarath. He also is very familiar in the Redmont fief. The main characters of the story are connected to Will like he is their best friend. One man is really related to Will. Halt is connected to Will because Will is Halt’s apprentice. He hasn’t had any apprentice since Gilan, and Will is the newest. He has only had two apprentices in his entire life.
3. The story is told in 3rd person narration. This affects the story greatly. It can tell multiple sides of the story when the characters are all separated. In this story, the two sides of the story are Will and Evanlyn, and Halt and Horace. This narration tells the story better because it all can’t be about one person. This changes Ranger’s Apprentice so much.
why cant i find this book?
A good book, I did not expect Horace and Halt to team up. There isn't really any interesting sub-plots and I think Halt & Horace could have done with a bit more adventuring, maybe helping out the villagers in some way etc. Anyhow, another good one by Flanagan.