Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Book Review: The Battle for Skandia (Ranger's Apprentice, Book 4), By John Flanagan

The Battle for Skandia (Ranger's Apprentice, book 4)
By: John Flanagan

With safety just around the corner, a new enemy and an abduction thrusts Will and Evanlyn back into the line of fire. Only this time an enemy could be a friend, and working together could be the key to their survival.
The Battle for Skandia picks up the pace from The Icebound Land (Book 3) in a very enjoyable tale. Like The Burning Bridge (Book 2) the story has a much more complete and epic feel to it while providing the nice, conclusive ending that the prior two books lacked. The violent and graphic content is on much the same level as the prior books – so if you have read and enjoyed them, this book should pose no problem.

More Ranger's Apprentice:

  • Book 1: The Ruins of Gorlan (Review)
  • Book 2: The Burning Bridge (Review)
  • Book 3: The Icebound Land (Review)
  • Book 4: The Battle for Skandia (Review)
  • Book 4.5: (officially book 7) Erak's Ransom (Review)
  • Book 5: The Sorcerer of the North (Review)
  • Book 6: The Siege of Macindaw
  • Book 7: (chronologically Book 4.5) Erak's Ransom (Review)
  • Book 8: The Kings of Clonmel
  • Book 9: Halt's Peril
  • Book 10: The Emperor of Nihon-Ja
  • Book 11: The Lost Stories
  • Book 12: The Royal Ranger
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