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The Burning Bridge by John Flanagan
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Jan 31, 2008

it was amazing
Read in January, 2008

The Rangers Apprentice book number two: The Burning Bridge, is exciting and packed with adventure and action. The main character is Will the apprentice of a legendary Ranger named Halt. The kingdom is preparing for the great battle of their time and need more men. So Gilan, which was Halts old apprentice was assigned to go convince the Celts to help them fight. Gilan takes along Will and Wills friend Horace who is training to became a knight. On their journey they encounter thieves and an unexpected guest called Evanlyn and there is more to her than meets the eye. When they figure out what is happening Gilan rides to tell the king of the news. Wile he is gone the three companions discover the reason on how Morgath is getting his army of wargals across the mountain. The book will draw you in and make you want to read more and more.
Then when you’re done you will want to read the next book in the series. The characters are well developed. Will is fifteen, well built by years of shooting Bow. He’s not to tall but not to short and likes to ask a lot of question.
Halt is short for a man his age and is very muscular and quick to think as well on his feet. His age is about fifty-five.
Gilan is tall muscular and can sneak around the wood and appear behind your without you knowing. He is a quick thinker like all Rangers. Horace is medium height and kind of a stockier type of person. He is well built and is Will age. I would recommend this book for ages Twelve to sixteen.

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