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Erak's Ransom by John Flanagan
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Mar 14, 2012

bookshelves: 3rd-quarter

This book was really good, the best of this series, probably. I liked it because it went back in time in a strange but cool way. The beginning was a little slow, but after that it was great. I actually read it until midnight on a night when I had to get up at 7:30 just so that I could finish it. It was a great book and I liked it a lot.
In the book, the leader of a country is taken. He knows that his country won't pay the ransom for him, so he asks a different country for help. The other country decides to pay the ransom, but when they go to do it, they get attacked in the desert and go through a series of wild coincidences until they finally got the person and payed the ransom.
This book connects to many things that have happened in my life, someone thinking that something would be easy, then getting into a huge mess. It happened in a basketball game that I had yesterday. We thought that we could win, but we stayed about neck-and-neck until the end when we won by one point.
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