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Ranger's Apprentice 2: The Burning Bridge

Ranger s Apprentice The Burning Bridge One man may be deceit Two can be conspiracy Three is the number I trust As the Kingdom of Araluen prepares for war against Morgarath Will and Horace accompany the Ranger Gilan on a mission to Celtica

  • Title: Ranger's Apprentice 2: The Burning Bridge
  • Author: John Flanagan
  • ISBN: 9781864715019
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • One man may be deceit Two can be conspiracy Three is the number I trust As the Kingdom of Araluen prepares for war against Morgarath, Will and Horace accompany the Ranger Gilan on a mission to Celtica But Celtica s villages and mines are silent Only an exhausted and starving girl called Evanlyn can tell them why Morgarath has sent his foul creatures to enslave the CeOne man may be deceit Two can be conspiracy Three is the number I trust As the Kingdom of Araluen prepares for war against Morgarath, Will and Horace accompany the Ranger Gilan on a mission to Celtica But Celtica s villages and mines are silent Only an exhausted and starving girl called Evanlyn can tell them why Morgarath has sent his foul creatures to enslave the Celts While Gilan rides swiftly back to Araluen to report this news to the King, Will and Horace discover the true purpose behind Morgarath s actions The Kingdom is sure to be defeated in a surprise three sided attack unless they can find a way to prevent it.The second book in the Australian and New York Times mega selling series.

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    1. Amreen on said:

      Me before reading The Burning Bridge: Oh my gosh I'm so excited to read this, ugh but I have other books to read but Im going to abandon those for this one because I miss Will's adventures. Me immediately after reading The Burning Bridge: OH MY FUDGE GOSH WHAT? NO WTH THERE HAS TO BE MORE THERE HAS TO BE MORE AHHHHHHHHHHHH *scream that lasts for 10 minutes then slowly transfers into sobs* NO NO NO NO I REFUSE TO BELIEVE THIS IS THE END AHHHHHHHHHHHH IT CAN'T END LIKE THIS MACARONI NOT FAIR NOT F [...]

    2. Ahmad Sharabiani on said:

      The burning bridge (Ranger's Apprentice #2), John Flanagan The Burning Bridge is the second book of the Ranger's Apprentice series written by Australian author John Flanagan. It was released in Australia on 5 May 2005. On a special mission for the Ranger Corps, Will, his friend Horace, and the Ranger Gilan travel to Celtica, a neighbouring country to Araluen. They discover that all the people have vanished. Will and Horace wonder if all the villagers have been slain or captured, but Gilan believ [...]

    3. Amber Robertson on said:

      WARNING: THIS REVIEW IS SUPER RAMBLY AND PROBABLY NOT THAT GREATBurning Bridge is the second book in The Ranger's Apprentice series. It really picks up from where book one finishes, continuing to follow the story of the characters we were introduced to and following a few more. Whereas the first book can be seen as boring for 80% of the book, The Burning Bridge has a lot more plot for the reader to immerse themselves in. When I first read this book in 2010 I remember not being able to put it dow [...]

    4. Valerie McNamee Earl on said:

      Really, if I could give 6 stars, this series would get them. They are so good. I love the characters, good and bad, and the way we are seeing them grow up or older. There is so much action and adventure, very much like Lord of the Rings. Love these books.

    5. Daniel on said:

      Još uvek nekako naivno ali ipak priča kajo drži pažnju i koja se već bavi malo težim temama. Svet je dobio malo više world building-a, upoznali još jedan narod (površno, za sada) i jedna od pretnji je rešena tako da me interesuje šta nas čeka u nastavku što je uvek plus kada knjiga ode ne očekivanim pravcom.Jedino što mrzim kada se knjiga završi cliffhanger-om. Grrrrrr.Ali ako kod svake knjige nastavi ovako da raste kvalitet biće ovo odličan serijal.Ako vam treba fantazija za m [...]

    6. George Jankovic on said:

      Wow! I loved this book. While the first book in the series was good, this one was great. There was more action, more humor, a good battle, and a fantastic cliffhanger at the end. Enjoy!

    7. Jackie on said:

      The author’s command of the language allows the continuation of the story of The Ranger's Apprentice to flow with ease and familiarity. Characters become those you care about, nervous and anxious when they are in danger and happy and satisfied when a job is well-done. The on-going story starts with the The Ruins of Gorlan and your memory is refreshed in such a way that it is not merely rehashing and reiterating the beginning over again , but a gentle reminder of what proceeded at the start of [...]

    8. Olivia on said:

      This book is very well written, not only grammatically, but in the emotion that the author can draw out of the reader. The story plot line is exceptional, and creates a world you can truly believe exists. This atmosphere in the book is so realistic, you become immersed in the world inside the book. The book is actually the second in a series. However, in the first two pages it explains the background, and then dives right in, not wasting time on lengthy unnecessary explanations. The story begins [...]

    9. Ranie C on said:

      This book was pretty interesting. It all started in the kingdom of Aularan where all good rangers are which Will a seventeen years old is one of the rangers. And theirs the Morgarath which is the evil one. So what happened is that Will and the other rangers found something strange which the evil Morgarath doesn't attack often in the Aularan kingdom anymore. Then the rangers decides to sneak in to the Mirgarath. And they see that their preparing an attack. One thing I liked about the book was the [...]

    10. Ryelor on said:

      I tried to give this series a fair shot, I really did. After the first book I wasn't convinced but figured that a lot of series get better as the story advances. Unfortunately, I enjoyed this novel less than the first one. Granted, the concept of rangers was very appealing, and I really wanted to lose myself in the novel, but for some reason I could not get into Falanagan's writing style or the way he forms his prose. His writing has a very "spoken" quality to it, meaning it reads as if he relat [...]

    11. Roxanne on said:

      I still really like Will's character in this second book of the series. However, (spoiler alert) I was shocked to see Morgarath get killed. He's been set up to be the Big Bad, so I thought for sure he'd get away at the last instant of the single combat and escape to the mountains to attack again later. I was really surprised that Horace managed to kill him, and also impressed at Flanagan's daring in writing it that way. It's a YA series, so it would have been really easy to keep Morgarath in a B [...]

    12. Andrew on said:

      This book was a great follow up to the 1st book.Will has gained lots a fame but not from wealthEveryone knew him because of his stealthHe was a very big threatHis enemys should always be in fret

    13. Marky on said:

      Jop, už jsem zase zhltla další díl. A je to boží!Víc akce, víc plánování, víc boje a víc přátelstvíJenom bych uvítala víc Halta, ale jinak to bylo skvělé!A ten konec? TO byl konec? Vážně, málem jsem začala brečet!4,5/5*

    14. rachel • typed truths on said:

      The Burning Bridge was a fantastic sequel in the Ranger's Apprentice series. It was just as good, if not better, than the first book. I think the fact that there the characters and setting had previously been introduced, allowed the story to advance with more ease. The storyline was engaging. The characters were fantastic - it certainly increased my affection for Gilan and Horace. I loved the dramatic ending but I am a little nervous about where it will take the story in The Icebound Land.

    15. C.B. Cook on said:

      Sooooo good. :D I'm enjoying the awesomeness that is these books sooo much. Will is epic, Halt is wonderful, HORACE. OH MY GRAVY HORACE. <3 And then we get to see more of Gilan (!!!!) and meet Evanlyn, who is wonderful. There were a bunch of plot twists I wasn't expecting, some I was (only because I accidentally read the back cover for book three whoops), and overall a great story that I immensely enjoyed! My only problem with this book was minor language (view spoiler)[2 uses of d*** (hide s [...]

    16. Odette Knappers on said:

      Another enjoyable read (or rather, listen) during biking to work. I really like this series! It a good adventure series, suitable for boys and girls (12+) and I'm really happy there are so many more books :D I liked the humor and the plot, and oh my that ending!

    17. Edgar Arias on said:

      ****spoiler Alert**** He just became a ranger but now he has to face the most horrible battle that is starting that could change everything the rangers have built.This book is a adventure,action,and medieval type of era.I give this book 5 out of 5 stars cause it's so awesome. The setting takes place in castle Redmount But some of it is also in Celtica. A year has pass since Will became a Ranger's Apprentice and war is starting and the king is worried so Halt and Will kill Morgaraths men and retr [...]

    18. Kaitlin on said:

      So, book number 2 in this series and I must say that I enjoyed this just as much as book 1 which was a pleasant surprise. I really loved book 1 for the wonderful characters and the charming storytelling. I felt that there were good messages about friendship and trust and I would say that those themes have been strongly carried into book 2 as well. I particularly enjoyed getting to see more of Gilan’s personality and seeing the way that he led the younger characters was interesting and fun. I d [...]

    19. Braden Bell on said:

      Flanagan begins to hit his stride in this book. I remember that this book was the one that really sold me on the series. Flanagan is quite good at cliffhanger endings that draw you in and I found his characters to be interesting. At first they seem to be well-worn types--but as the book progresses, he draws back the layers and they have become very real to me.This is a fun, page-turning book. Not sure what genre it is. It's listed as fantasy but there is not much sorcery or magic. It reads more [...]

    20. Congoking on said:

      An excellent follow-up to the first book. We see the growth the young hero and his ability to call upon his skills as needed to become a leader of young team bent on discovering the secret to an invasion of their lands. As a little spoiler this one leads into the next two volumes so don't start it if you aren't committed to the other two. The author captures the emotions between the various relationships within the characters and I will have to admit that I got a little choked up at the end of t [...]

    21. Hamdey on said:

      This book was a very entertaining book. All though it did have an lot of build up until it got to the action and excitement in the end it was worth the read. You most definitively read the first book and consider reading the series through amazing adventures. The books story line is a spectacular one to follow because of all the surprising twists and turns. It is an a extraordinary story to read through, you should obviously read the whole series.

    22. Argona on said:

      I really enjoyed reading this book and I have to say that I am officially a fan of the series.The ending really surprised me and I can't wait to read more.

    23. Rebekah on said:

      I absolutely love this series, I cannot say enough about it, if there were 50 I would read them all. John Flanagan is a genius. Reread 8/6/17

    24. - ̗̀jesś̖- on said:

      Reread Jan 2017. I continue to be impressed with the depth of military tactics. I am not versed in how historically accurate they might be, but they're detailed and make sense.

    25. Bailey Marissa on said:

      Why do bad things always happen to my faves??? SeriouslyAlso, there's a lot of weird POV and telling going on, but the plot and characters more than make up for it.

    26. Hemant on said:

      Everyone has a friend or companion they feel very close to, and sometimes you see how your friendships get tested when you’re forced to make a decision to either help yourself, or stay with your friend. By the end of both books, “The Hobbit” and “Ranger’s Apprentice the Burning Bridge,” you see how the characters Bilbo and Will have created new friendships and how those friendships were tested as they were faced with consequences in which they had a decision to either help themselves [...]

    27. Leisa on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. I especially love the ending with Horace and his heroic epic battle. Will is exceptionally great and we are introduced to a new character.

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