Sunday, December 15, 2013

Book Review: The Sorcerer of the North (Ranger's Apprentice, book 5), by John Flanagan

The Sorcerer of the North (Ranger's Apprentice, book 5)
By: John Flanagan
When a mysterious illness leaves the Araluan border vulnerable to attack, Will must leave his newly acquired fief and the ranger persona to discover the root of the problem.

The Sorcerer of the North is a slightly spooky and highly entertaining tale that ends long before the story concludes. So make sure you have The Siege of Macindaw (Book 6) on hand. The reader should be aware that Will's mental notes on women have changed to reflect his age, so there are a couple mild references to female physique.

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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