Sunday, March 30, 2014

Book Review: The Siege of Macindaw (Ranger's Apprentice, Book 6), By John Flanagan

The Siege of Macindaw (Ranger's Apprentice, book 6)
By: John Flanagan

With Alyss in the hands of the enemy, and an invasion force on the way, Will must find a way to beat the odds before it is too late.

The Siege of Macindaw provides puzzles, solutions, action, peril, and even romance in a neat package that concludes the adventure begun in The Sorcerer of the North (Book 5).

The injuries are slightly more descriptive than in prior books, making mild mention of the damage being done internally. Overall, an enjoyable installment that progresses the story and characters.

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 (Review)
  • 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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