Ranger's Apprentice 5: The Sorcerer in the North

Ranger's Apprentice 5: The Sorcerer in the North

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By (author) John A. Flanagan

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  • Publisher: Yearling (imprint of Random House Children's Books)
  • Format: Paperback | 352 pages
  • Dimensions: 129mm x 198mm x 22mm | 247g
  • Publication date: 6 August 2009
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0440869056
  • ISBN 13: 9780440869054
  • Illustrations note: map
  • Sales rank: 2,731

Product description

Will, you are a Ranger now, protect your land at all costs. You are a fully-fledged Ranger at last, but your new land is already under threat. The Grimsdell Forest is being haunted by eerie voices and the terrifying figure of the Night Warrior. Could this really be the work of sorcery? As you battle growing hysteria and traitors, your lifelong friend, Alyss, is taken hostage. Time is running short. Do you save her or stay true to your mission?

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Author information

John Flanagan began his working life in advertising before moving to freelance writing and script editing. He has written TV jingles and comedy-drama for television, and is one of Australia's more prolific TV writers. John wrote the first book in the Ranger's Apprentice series to encourage his twelve-year-old son to enjoy reading. Michael was a small boy, and all his friends were bigger and stronger that he was. John wanted to show him that reading was fun, and heroes weren't necessarily big and muscular. Now in his mid-twenties, Michael is six feet tall, broad-shouldered and powerful - but he still loves the Ranger's Apprentice. John lives in the beachside Sydney suburb of Manly.

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"Will is just settling into his first post as a brand-new, just-commissioned Ranger when he is dispatched to deal with problems on the kingdom's northern border. Though his keen senses and uncanny expertise with his knives and his bow are vital, Will's success often hinges on his ability to assess the skills and intentions of those around him. The scenes involving Will, his mentor, Halt, and Halt's mentor, Crowley, work beautifully to fill in background information, dramatize Will's growing maturity, and entertain readers with clever dialogue. The Sorcerer of the North is a must-have volume for fans of the popular Ranger's Apprentice series." Booklist