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The Kings of Clonmel
Series: Ranger's Apprentice #8
Other books by this author that I've reviewed include The Sorcerer in the North, The Siege of Macindaw, Erak's Ransom, Halt's Peril, The Emperor of Nihon-Ja, The Lost Stories, The Outcasts, Invaders, The Hunters, The Royal Ranger, Slaves of Socorro, Scorpion Mountain, The Tournament at Gorlan, The Ghostfaces.
Eighth in the Ranger’s Apprentice fantasy action-adventure series for middle-grade readers.
It was confirming to watch Halt in action with the king. It finally sunk in that one of the things I so enjoy about Flanagan’s series is the responsibility he gives his young characters. For young readers, this has to be a confidence-booster, that adults will take young people seriously. He also promotes a humane interaction with animals which I like.
There wasn’t much to tie Hibernia in to our Ireland except for referring to Sean as O’Carrick and a cairn.
Whoa…Will and Horace learn Halt’s deep, dark secret when they charge off to rescue the King of Clonmel from a false cult.