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  • ISBN 1435233174
  • ISBN13 978-1435233171
  • Language English
  • Author John Flanagan
  • Publisher Paw Prints 2008-04-11 (April 11, 2008)
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  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1970 kb
  • Size Fb2 1283 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 789


Book two: the burning bridge. Published in Australia by Random House Australia Children’s Books.

Book two: the burning bridge. A division of Penguin Young Readers Group. Published by The Penguin Group. Penguin Group (USA) In. 375 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014, . Penguin Group (Canada), 90 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 700, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4P 2Y3. (a division of Pearson Penguin Canada In. Penguin Books Ltd, 80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL, England.

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John Flanagan The Burning Bridge PROLOGUE HALT AND WILL HAD BEEN TRAILING THE WARGALS FOR three days. The four heavy-bodied, brutish creatures, foot soldiers of the rebel warlord Morgarath, had been sighted passing through Redmont Fief, heading north. Once word reached the Ranger, he had set out to intercept them, accompanied by his young apprentice. Now that the kingdom was preparing for the coming war with Morgarath, a company of infantry and archers had been sent to reinforce the small permanent garrison at the narrow pass until the main army could assemble.

The Burning Bridge book. With bigger battles and higher stakes, John Flanagan's epic adventure charges ahead with this rousing follow-up to The Ruins of Gorlan.

But Horace had refused.

But Horace had refused now if you’ve succeeded or not, so what do we tell the King? There might be a bridge or there might not be? he said, in another example of the solid common sense that had become part of his thinking. He smiled as he said the last words, to let Will know.

It astounded me that John Flanagan killed him off so easily, and it made me love the series more because this was something diffrent from all the other epic fantasy novels I've read in the past. Evil kept on fighting tooth and nail, not in this series, at least! And I actually started crying in the end when Halt waved and cried out for Will that he would come and find him after Will was taken aboard the Skanadian vessel!

We don't make a lot of noise about it," the Ranger admitted. It's preferable to run into a swordsman who doesn't know the dangers involved in the double knife defense

We don't make a lot of noise about it," the Ranger admitted. It's preferable to run into a swordsman who doesn't know the dangers involved in the double knife defense. He glanced apologetically at Horace. Naturally, it's taught in the kingdom's Battleschools," he added. But it's a second-year subject. Sir Rodney would have shown you next year. Will stepped forward into the practice ground. Can I try it?" he asked eagerly, unsheathing his throwing knife. Of course," said Gilan

John Flanagan The Burning Bridge PROLOGUE HALT AND WILL HAD BEEN TRAILING THE WARGALS FOR three . Where could they have come from, Halt?" Will asked during one of their short rest stops. Surely we've got Three Step Pa.

2007 - Puffin Books - Paperback - The Burning Bridge - Book 2: Ranger's Apprentice - By John Flanagan - School Library Book - Inside clean, bright, spine . Book in the Ranger's Apprentice Series).

2007 - Puffin Books - Paperback - The Burning Bridge - Book 2: Ranger's Apprentice - By John Flanagan - School Library Book - Inside clean, bright, spine solid,.

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Frosha
great product, quick shipping.
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purchased as a gift
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There is little to dislike about this book and a great deal to enjoy. Having read the series a few times I am glad I did not have to wait for book three. This is a fast paced story that introduces many characters we will see in later books while providing plenty of suspense and action. The humor will catch you in unexpected places at times but leave you chuckling.
ME
Great!
Bundis
This story follows four interesting characters through young adulthood. It is a fun read. It is the second of a three book series. As usual, the boys get involved in adventures while the girls enchant, inspire, manipulate and every now and then, get more directly involved.
Conjuril
As war is imminent and alliances must be strengthen. A strange string of events leads one young ranger and his two apprentice companions in desperate and seperate ways, all dependant on the other. They find an unexpected companion which proves to be more than first revealed, yet more resourceful than would be expected. With resourcefulness becoming their strength, especially when all hope seems lost.

All ends with a turn of events that will forge new adventures, agony, and survival.
Maridor
It's a good thing I'm a sucker for a fun story, because this would be a very unhappy review if the story were as juvenile as the writing in this book. A lot of people love these books, so maybe my standards are too high. And I get that it's written for 10-year-olds. But still. Sorry.

I'd decided I didn't need to continue with the series, but then I ran right smack into my nemesis...a big fat cliffhanger. So I'm now going on to the third. Maybe the writing gets better?
I picked up Ranger's Apprentice: The Ruins of Gorlan with my Giftcard at Books-A-Million about a year ago, tucking the book home and quickly read it. It became one of my favorite series (right up there with Symphony of Ages by Elizabeth Haydon and The Obsidian trilogy by Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory). I adored the book and placed it in with all my other treasures.
Recently I got The Thief Queen's Daughter (The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme) by Elizabeth Haydon in hardcover and read it under five hours. The book was fantastic, and I loved it! It being just as good as The Floating Island, the first novel of T.L.Js.O.V.P. I than recieved Ranger's Apprentice: The Burning Bridge by John Flanagan a few days later.
I read the book under four hours. I loved it! The ending somewhat caught me off gaurd when Morgaroth dropped dead so easily, I was shocked. It astounded me that John Flanagan killed him off so easily, and it made me love the series more because this was something diffrent from all the other epic fantasy novels I've read in the past. Evil kept on fighting tooth and nail, not in this series, at least! And I actually started crying in the end when Halt waved and cried out for Will that he would come and find him after Will was taken aboard the Skanadian vessel! I can't wait for The Icebound Lake to come out in paperback!
As well as the future novels:
Ranger's Apprentice: The Oak Leaf Bearer, book 4.
Ranger's Apprentice: The Sorcerer in the North, book 5.
Ranger's Apprentice: The Siege of Macindow, book 6.
Also, John Flanagan mentioned that he might write a book about Halt the Ranger, his past and training. Looking forward to see that book in the future, Flanagan!