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John Flanagan

“I'll think of something," he temporized, and Horace nodded wisely, satisfied that Halt would indeed think of something. In Horace's world, that was what Rangers did best, and the best thing a warrior apprentice could do was let the Ranger get on with thinking while a warrior took care of walloping anyone who needed to be walloped along the way. He settled back in the saddle, contented with his lot in life.”


John Flanagan, The Battle for Skandia
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The Battle for Skandia (Ranger's Apprentice, #4) The Battle for Skandia by John Flanagan
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