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The Soldiers of Halla (Pendragon #10)

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It has all been leading to this.

Every victory. Every loss. All the thrills and sadness; the hope and despair. Bobby Pendragon's heart-pounding journey through time and space has brought him to this epic moment. He and his fellow Travelers must join forces for one last desperate battle against Saint Dane. At stake is not only the tenth and final territory, but all that ever
Hardcover, First Edition, 594 pages
Published May 12th 2009 by Aladdin (first published 2009)
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Oct 06, 2009 marked it as to-read
I have to say that this book was a disappointment compared to the others. It promised me all the answers and I got them...all at once. It was more like they just dumped all the answers into my lap and went "Here you go!" in the first few chapters. Then the rest of the book was just leading up to "The end." There weren't any twists or turns just a straight line to the end of the book. Which I admit is pretty boring. What had led me to love the series was the creativity of it. How you never knew h ...more
Jun 25, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Halla (That would basically mean everyone in case you were wondering)
Recommended to Kevin by: I saw books 1-3 sitting on a shelf at a store and bought one and
When I first began reading the last book in Pendragon series I was skeptical. For some reason all I could think about as I was reading at was the somewhat lame excuse for a plot twist the 8th book had been. However I had loved the nineth and pretty much the rest of them too so why should this one be bad. I don't know. But like I said I was skeptical.

In the very begining all the answers are revealed. My first reaction was why is he doing it all at the beginning of the book. But then I r
May 20, 2009 rated it it was ok
This series became a growing disappointment. It is a juvenile series that does not transcend its genre as the best children's and young adult fiction do. With each book, I was increasingly told through the conversation of other characters that the main character Bobby Pendragon was the great hero that his fellow travelers looked to for inspiration and leadership, etc., but I rarely felt it through the narrative, possibly because it was first person. I was told Bobby was growing, but I rarely fel ...more
Apr 13, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who enjoys reading some of the best books EVER written
Ok I don't really like writing reviews (most teenage boys don't)so I would always come up with one excuse or another to skip doing the review... But, this book was so great and well written, that I actually remember thinking, "Boy! I thought Brandon Mull did a great job on 'Secrets of the Dragon Sanctuary'!" - PALES in comparison.
Excluding religious texts, "The Soldiers of Halla" was the most well written and GLORIOUS book I have ever read and it will likely be my favorite book for many many ye
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A. J.
Jan 10, 2012 rated it it was ok
I jumped into the flumes one last time with high expectations for the Soldiers of Halla and slammed right into a brick wall of dissapointment. After reading the nine previous installments of Pendragon I had high hopes for The Soldiers of Halla - maybe a little too high. I was expecting fast paced, mind boggling adventure, but instead I got slow, repetitive explanations about the origins of the travelers and a ever frustrating search for the Exiles. It was boring. Pendragon is not supposed to be ...more
Alyssa Nelson
You know what makes a great book? Authors who aren't afraid to get dirty; authors who don't hold back on tragedy. This is especially true in adventure books -- if your characters are frequently put in dangerous situations, bad things should happen. Yes, maybe they're able to get out of those bad situations and rise above it, but it shouldn't be easy for them. D.J. MacHale is one author who definitely doesn't hold back and definitely doesn't make it easy for his characters in the final battle.

I a
Barbara ★
Mar 07, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Finally, this is it. The conclusion to the Pendragon saga. As usual, we all rush to read each installment and are saddened when it is over. You just can't please everyone.

I was skeptical at the beginning because there were too many religious undertones - guardian angels, heaven, "fallen" angels, spirits, ghosts. This just isn't my cup of tea and wasn't where I expected this series to go. However, after the first few chapters, the feeling changed and I really got into the story. Bobby Pendragon a
Jun 19, 2009 rated it liked it
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D.J. MacHale is a writer, director, executive producer and creator of several popular television series and movies.

He was raised in Greenwich, CT and graduated from Greenwich High School. While in school, he had several jobs including collecting eggs at a poultry farm, engraving sports trophies and washing dishes in a between playing football and running track. D.J. then attended N
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