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The Emperor of Nihon-Ja by John Flanagan
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Aug 30, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: 2011, fantasy-sci-fi, young-adult, psc-reviews
Read from May 04 to August 30, 2011

Book 10 in the Ranger's Apprentice series. Horace has been training in Nihon-Ja to learn new fighting techniques. While there, he is pulled into battle when the rightful emperor, who is a strong advocate for basic human rights, is dethroned. Horace must do what he believes is right and soon he, Will and the other Araluens are in a fight for their lives alongside farmers and woodcutters.

This series continues to hold my attention. The characters continue to grow and develop – although they do have a remarkable knack for staying alive in impossible situations. This says it was the final battle and therefore the final installment in the series. It does come to a conclusion, but it would be lovely if more books were to be written anyway.

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