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The Sorcerer of the North by John Flanagan
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May 05, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2011-2012, five-stars, rangers-apprentice, reread
Read from May 04 to 05, 2012

I really need to stop reviewing these books. My reviews are going to be all over this series, and none of said reviews are even coherent.

Basically, this continues the tradition of excellency that we've come to expect from John Flanagan. The writing is great, the plot is intricate without being too complex or unbelievable.

And, as always, the characters are amazing. Will is still my favorite, of course, and I'm glad he's still pretty central to the plot. Horace is a favorite of mine, too, and I'm glad Alyss finally got some face-time.

I also like how Flanagan transitioned into Adult Will's adventures with little to no awkwardness. Even when he flashes back to Will's apprenticeship in book 7, it isn't awkward. It's just fun.

There's nothing much to say about this book that I haven't already said about the other books. It was amazing. There's a reason I put these books on the i-can-die-happy shelf.
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