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Kings of Clonmel: Book Eight (Ranger's Apprentice) (original 2008; edition 2011)

by John Flanagan

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Title:Kings of Clonmel: Book Eight (Ranger's Apprentice)
Authors:John Flanagan
Info:Puffin (2011), Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 400 pages
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Tags:rangers, knights, fantasy, battles, kings

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The Kings of Clonmel by John Flanagan (Author) (2008)



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This one is my favorite in this series, so far, because it's a faster read and more exciting than the others. The story and conflict are very good too. ( )
  SebastianHagelstein | Jun 23, 2014 |
Fast-paced plot, lovable characters, page-turning action, evil bad guys--all of these qualities are ones that Flanagan manages to bring to his books time and time again, and "The Kings Clonmel" is certainly no exception. Readers will find themselves caught up in Will, Halt, and Horace's adventure as they must defeat a new enemy that threatens the peace of their homeland and will discover shocking secrets revealed in the process. Although the enemies in this book aren't quite as engaging as the ones in past installments, Flanagan still delivers another solid read that will leave readers anxiously awaiting to continue the series. Definitely recommend "The Kings of Clonmel"! ( )
  ThePageturners | Mar 23, 2014 |
  BRCSBooks | Dec 6, 2013 |
In the kings of Clonmel made by John Flanagan, the legendary rangers Will and Halt along with the famous knight Horace go to Hiberia to stop a religious cult. What the cult does is cause trouble in towns then say that there god will save them but they need gold to do it, they take the gold then get out stopping the invasions increasing their fame. The two rangers and the knight see that the only way to stop the myth was with another myth.
This book is a bit slow and boring up to the second half where it picks up and gets plenty of action, however it does not compare to the other books
  br14jamo | Oct 25, 2013 |
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Will, Horace and Halt travel to Eire to investigate the unrest that has taken over Hibernia, to the west of Araluen. Outsiders are causing strife and the kingdoms of Hibernia are falling. It's up to the rangers to find out what's going on.
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Halt, Will, and Horace set out for Hibernia, where a quasi-religious group, the Outsiders, is sowing confusion and sedition, and they find that secrets from Halt's past may hold the key to restoring order before the last kingdom is undermined.

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