Remember how much I LOVED the Ranger’s Apprentice books? (Here is the link to my review of the first of that series) All 12 of them?
I was so psyched when I picked up the Brotherband Chronicles and I am very happy to report that I love them just as much! Continue reading
OKAY, I admit defeat. I can barely find time to make it to the computer let alone to post about what I’ve read, so I’m going to do a mass post on the rest of the Ranger’s Apprentice Series. I loved them ALL and I can’t wait to share this series with my son when he gets old enough! The characters just get better and better, and the stories remain interesting and fresh. Love love love!
Instead of reviewing them all, I’m going to list the rest of the series with brief comments! You can see my posts on Books #1, #2, and #3 here, here and here respectively!
So here we go… Continue reading
Continuing on with the Ranger’s Apprentice series by John Flanagan…
Book 3: The Icebound Land
Still loving the Ranger’s Apprentice series by John Flanagan!
Book 2: The Burning Bridge
Will and Horace find themselves in neighbouring Celtica, where they meet up with a mysterious girl named Evanlyn and discover that Morgarath continues to plan against Araluen. It’s up to these three to change the tide of the battle to come and thwart Morgarath’s plans for an ambush of the Araluen army.
I stumbled upon this series as I was looking for something to read that I could rent right away from the library. What a lucky find! I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the series – I’m currently on book 10 and realized I haven’t posted about any of the books yet. Suffice it to say that I am TOTALLY HOOKED on the series! I keep having to wait for the books to come off hold on the library (the first was free but since then I’ve had to wait for others) but it’s fully worth it!
Book 1: The Ruins of Gorlan
I seem to be on a bit of a middle grade fiction kick, and here’s another in that genre.
Callum Hunt (Call) has been warned away from magic from his father. A former Magician, Call’s father turned away from Magic after the death of Call’s mother. Then Call is called in for the Iron Trial – and fails at failing. He is admitted into the Magisterium in order to learn magic and control. It’s a sometimes sinister, sometimes surprising place, and there he will forge friendships and discover truths about his past which may impact his future. Continue reading
Frostborn, the first of the Thrones & Bones series by Lou Anders, is a middle-grade fantasy adventure. Trolls! Dragons! Wyverns! Frost Giants! Undead Draug! Board Games! The best! Continue reading