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Kidnapped after the fierce battle with Lord Morgarath, Will and Evanlyn are bound for Skandia as captives aboard a fearsome wolfship. Halt has sworn to rescue Will, and he will do anything to keep his promise–even defy his King. Expelled from the Rangers he has served so loyally, Halt is joined by Will's friend Horace as he travels toward Skandia. On their way, they are ch Kidnapped after the fierce battle with Lord Morgarath, Will and Evanlyn are bound for Skandia as captives aboard a fearsome wolfship. Halt has sworn to rescue Will, and he will do anything to keep his promise–even defy his King. Expelled from the Rangers he has served so loyally, Halt is joined by Will's friend Horace as he travels toward Skandia. On their way, they are challenged constantly by freelance knights–but Horace knows a thing or two about combat. Soon he begins to attract the attention of knights and warlords for miles around with his uncanny skill. Even so, will they be in time to rescue Will from a horrific life of slavery?  


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Kidnapped after the fierce battle with Lord Morgarath, Will and Evanlyn are bound for Skandia as captives aboard a fearsome wolfship. Halt has sworn to rescue Will, and he will do anything to keep his promise–even defy his King. Expelled from the Rangers he has served so loyally, Halt is joined by Will's friend Horace as he travels toward Skandia. On their way, they are ch Kidnapped after the fierce battle with Lord Morgarath, Will and Evanlyn are bound for Skandia as captives aboard a fearsome wolfship. Halt has sworn to rescue Will, and he will do anything to keep his promise–even defy his King. Expelled from the Rangers he has served so loyally, Halt is joined by Will's friend Horace as he travels toward Skandia. On their way, they are challenged constantly by freelance knights–but Horace knows a thing or two about combat. Soon he begins to attract the attention of knights and warlords for miles around with his uncanny skill. Even so, will they be in time to rescue Will from a horrific life of slavery?  

30 review for The Icebound Land

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    The Icebound Land (Ranger's Apprentice #3), John Flanagan The Icebound Land is the third book in the Ranger's Apprentice book series written by Australian author John Flanagan. The book was released on 30 November 2005 in Australia. Will, the main character, is captured by the Skandians along with his friend, Evanlyn, in a big war in the previous book. The capturer, the Jarl Erak, takes them in as slaves. Meanwhile, Will's mentor, Halt, has sworn to save him from the Skandians, but the Ranger Co The Icebound Land (Ranger's Apprentice #3), John Flanagan The Icebound Land is the third book in the Ranger's Apprentice book series written by Australian author John Flanagan. The book was released on 30 November 2005 in Australia. Will, the main character, is captured by the Skandians along with his friend, Evanlyn, in a big war in the previous book. The capturer, the Jarl Erak, takes them in as slaves. Meanwhile, Will's mentor, Halt, has sworn to save him from the Skandians, but the Ranger Corps forces him to stay back. Halt, however, is so desperate, he insults the King of his country, Araluen. The King and Halt are good friends, so in Halt's trial, the King takes pity on Halt. Instead of the normal punishment, which is to ban the defendant from the Araluen borders forever, he banishes Halt from the borders only for one year. Halt is banished from the Ranger Corps until the punishment is lifted, that is just a minor problem for Halt. He then sets out to find his apprentice once more. Halt is determined to get to Skandia quickly, so he takes the quickest route: Gallica. There he meets Will's old friend, Horace. Horace is Will's childhood friend, and just like Will, Horace is an orphan. In Gallica, Horace and Halt tried to go as fast as they could, but they were stopped by a lot of inexperienced knights. Horace, being a warrior apprentice, takes on the fake name "The Oakleaf Knight". Horace beats all of them with ease without his grizzled companion, Halt, to step in. Horace's reputation grows until he is noticed throughout Gallica, which attracts the horrible knight, Deparnieux of Castle Montsombre. Deparnieux soon captures Horace and Halt. تاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و هفتم ماه ژانویه سال 2013 میلادی عنوان: سرزمین یخ زده - جنگاوران جوان کتاب سوم؛ نویسنده: جان آنتونی فلانیگان (فلناگان)؛ مترجم: مسعود ملک یاری؛ تهران، افق، 1391؛ در 380 ص؛ مجموعه جنگاوران جوان کتاب 3؛ شابک: 9789643698373؛ موضوع: رمان نوجوانان و داستانهای کودکان از نویسندگان انگلیسی قرن 21 م داستانهای «جنگاوران جوان» مجموعه‌ ای فانتزی است که «جان فلنگن» آنها را برای نوجوانان نوشته است. این نویسنده برای نوشتن کتاب‌هایش از داستان‌های کوتاه قرون وسطی الهام گرفته است. برای همین ماجراهای کتاب در اروپای قرون وسطی اتفاق می‌افتد. ا. شربیانی

  2. 4 out of 5

    C.B. Cook

    It's getting kind of repetitive to tag all of these books with "pure awesomeness," but... I mean... HALT. <3 How could that not be pure awesomeness???? Can I like... meet him? Or become his apprentice? My poor baby. Getting himself kicked out of the country and Rangers just so he can go rescue will. <3 <3 <3 (Not a spoiler, since it's in the blurb...) And then Evanlyn and Will! Will's so sweet and courageous, and Evanlyn is epic. AND HORACE. Okay, so Horace is pretty much my second favorite chara It's getting kind of repetitive to tag all of these books with "pure awesomeness," but... I mean... HALT. <3 How could that not be pure awesomeness???? Can I like... meet him? Or become his apprentice? My poor baby. Getting himself kicked out of the country and Rangers just so he can go rescue will. <3 <3 <3 (Not a spoiler, since it's in the blurb...) And then Evanlyn and Will! Will's so sweet and courageous, and Evanlyn is epic. AND HORACE. Okay, so Horace is pretty much my second favorite character (after Halt, of course!). He's the best type of friend to have. And to think he was a bully at the beginning of book 1!!!! Epic moment: (view spoiler)[Halt's battle against Deparnieux. OH MY GRAVY. It's probably a good thing I was reading this in my room. It was soooo much fun. :D (hide spoiler)] However, in spite of the awesomeness that is these characters and the plot, there were a few problems that forced me to knock a star. :( The first book had four cuss words, the second two, and then this one... had around 30. O.O Details (words not spelled out): (view spoiler)[ 15 uses of d***, 5 uses of h***, 6 misuses of God, sometimes with a little g, and 4 uses of devil in place of h*** or d*** (hide spoiler)] . There was also a few mentions of girls wearing "indecent" skirts (which would actually be long by our standards), and one person says that they "look better that way". Some alcohol involved. But the main issue with this story was drug abuse. It was actually handled very well and was portrayed in a negative light, but it's still something you should be aware of before reading this. Overall, I really enjoyed this story, and I'm looking forward to book four!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Dragina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Yes ~ Yes ~ Yes ~ Yes Oh. My. Word. Loved this book, the details, the characters, the scenes, but most importantly the theme... although.... I am VERY sad that Halt "had" to leave the Rangers Corps. Loved the book and especially Will... who can't love Will? ~ After all there was no reason to be crying ~ Did I cry after that? *nods* Yes, yes I did... WILL..... my poor little friend!! How COULD you get addicted to that - THAT drug!!! *sobs heart out* gotta love my baby.... I think I said everything th Yes ~ Yes ~ Yes ~ Yes Oh. My. Word. Loved this book, the details, the characters, the scenes, but most importantly the theme... although.... I am VERY sad that Halt "had" to leave the Rangers Corps. Loved the book and especially Will... who can't love Will? ~ After all there was no reason to be crying ~ Did I cry after that? *nods* Yes, yes I did... WILL..... my poor little friend!! How COULD you get addicted to that - THAT drug!!! *sobs heart out* gotta love my baby.... I think I said everything that needed to be said. Basically if you haven't read the series = PICK IT UP .... because Will.... well you just can't like him... *goes back to library* Now .... *muses to self* .... Where's the next one?

  4. 5 out of 5

    rachel ☾

    Contains minor spoilers. 3.5 stars I know that I've said this a couple of times already but it deserves repeating: I am enjoying this series so much more than I would have ever expected. I've flown through these first three books, and have the fourth book sitting on my bedside table begging to be read. It's completely addictive. The characters are some of my favourites already. We get to see a new side of all the characters in this sequel. I especially loved getting into Halt's head and seeing him Contains minor spoilers. 3.5 stars I know that I've said this a couple of times already but it deserves repeating: I am enjoying this series so much more than I would have ever expected. I've flown through these first three books, and have the fourth book sitting on my bedside table begging to be read. It's completely addictive. The characters are some of my favourites already. We get to see a new side of all the characters in this sequel. I especially loved getting into Halt's head and seeing him grieving for the loss of his friend. It was also great to see Evanlyn step up towards the end of the book, but I sorely missed Will at times. His wit bought an extra something to the book, and while Halt's teasing of Horace left me in chuckles, it just wasn't the same and Halt and Will's banter. I do, however, have to say that the plot wasn't as fantastic as The Burning Bridge. The second half of the book dragged a little bit, not too terribly so but noticeably. I am anxious to see where the story is going to progress to in Oakleaf Bearers so I'm going to pick that up as soon as humanly possible. I'm so glad that I picked up this series.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Darren Hagan

    Didn't enjoy it as much as the first 2 books but still liked it. It felt like not as much action happened. There was a lot of character development though. Didn't enjoy it as much as the first 2 books but still liked it. It felt like not as much action happened. There was a lot of character development though.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ashrakat Deyab

    2.5 stars- it was OK. As captivating as they were, if the 200+ pages of this book had been summarized into a chapter or two and had been merged with the previous or next installment of the series, I would have liked it much more. But the plot just doesn't deserve a whole book of the series to itself. And I understand that Flanagan was merely giving the readers a chance to identify with Evanlyn, but he didn't have to cut Will out of the action do so. The series is called the Ranger's Apprentice af 2.5 stars- it was OK. As captivating as they were, if the 200+ pages of this book had been summarized into a chapter or two and had been merged with the previous or next installment of the series, I would have liked it much more. But the plot just doesn't deserve a whole book of the series to itself. And I understand that Flanagan was merely giving the readers a chance to identify with Evanlyn, but he didn't have to cut Will out of the action do so. The series is called the Ranger's Apprentice after all, so it should be more about the Ranger's Apprentice. Seeing it from a different perspective, however, The Icebound Land is just a transition to a (hopefully) more intriguing sequel.

  7. 4 out of 5

    C.P. Cabaniss

    This as another solid fantasy adventure to add to the series. In this installment Will and Evanlyn have been taken by the Skandian Jarl Weak back to his homeland to be sold as slaves. Halt, unwilling to let Will disappear forever, leaves behind the Rangers to go after his young apprentice with Horace as his companion. Horace and Halt were a fun team, although not as entertaining as Halt and Will often are. Their adventures and dedication to Will were a nice touch to the story and we got to see q This as another solid fantasy adventure to add to the series. In this installment Will and Evanlyn have been taken by the Skandian Jarl Weak back to his homeland to be sold as slaves. Halt, unwilling to let Will disappear forever, leaves behind the Rangers to go after his young apprentice with Horace as his companion. Horace and Halt were a fun team, although not as entertaining as Halt and Will often are. Their adventures and dedication to Will were a nice touch to the story and we got to see quite a bit of development in both of them. Will is not truly here for a large portion of the book, which is unfortunate because he's a lot of fun. We do get to see Evanlyn take charge more though. She's definitely a strong woman and adds a lot to the story. Their interactions with Erak were a nice touch. I'm wondering what will happen there in the future. The ending was fairly satisfactory, but definitely left a lot open. I'm excited to pick up the next installment and continue on with this story. Ten years ago I would have been completely obsessed with this and even now I find it very enjoyable.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Johanna

    And I continue my reading of the Ranger's Apprentice series. I'm pretty sure this one was the last book I had read during my first go at the series. The story took a bit of a darker turn in this book but exciting nonetheless. I found it interesting how the author turned more and more away from a single POV story during this book. There were always some chapters from different POVs but mostly the story was told from Will's POV. In this book that became even less (I'm not gonna tell you why because And I continue my reading of the Ranger's Apprentice series. I'm pretty sure this one was the last book I had read during my first go at the series. The story took a bit of a darker turn in this book but exciting nonetheless. I found it interesting how the author turned more and more away from a single POV story during this book. There were always some chapters from different POVs but mostly the story was told from Will's POV. In this book that became even less (I'm not gonna tell you why because that would be an evil spoiler ^^). We learn more about Halt and Horace, Evenlyn and even the king. We also learn a lot more about the world this story is set in. All in all a worthy continuation.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

    While I really liked this book, I didn't love it. Certain parts of this book just didn't work for me. Without to much of a spoiler I did not like the way Wills story unfolded. I was glad when it finally resolved itself . That is a me problem rather than a problem with the book. What I loved was Halts and Horus story. They really are compelling characters and they really work well together. I cannot wait to see how this story unfolds. If you are looking for a new series I high recommend this one. While I really liked this book, I didn't love it. Certain parts of this book just didn't work for me. Without to much of a spoiler I did not like the way Wills story unfolded. I was glad when it finally resolved itself . That is a me problem rather than a problem with the book. What I loved was Halts and Horus story. They really are compelling characters and they really work well together. I cannot wait to see how this story unfolds. If you are looking for a new series I high recommend this one.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca L

    This book was so captivating I read it in two days. The third in John Flanagan's 'Ranger's Apprentice' series 'Icebound Land' takes up where 'Burning Bridge' left off in a cliffhanger ending and follows Halt and Horace as they travel to Skandia to rescue Will and the princess. Well to say the least I absolutely loved this book. So exciting and fast paced and vivid and funny and oh man I just LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can't wait to read the next few and move on to John's 'Brotherband Ch This book was so captivating I read it in two days. The third in John Flanagan's 'Ranger's Apprentice' series 'Icebound Land' takes up where 'Burning Bridge' left off in a cliffhanger ending and follows Halt and Horace as they travel to Skandia to rescue Will and the princess. Well to say the least I absolutely loved this book. So exciting and fast paced and vivid and funny and oh man I just LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can't wait to read the next few and move on to John's 'Brotherband Chronicles"

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lexie

    7/10. This book was good, but it wasn't as good as the first two and many others in the series. It was a little more slow paced and just not quite as engaging. But it was still good, I still never got bored, which is the main thing. The writing style of these books make them interesting and entertaining no matter what's happening. 7/10. This book was good, but it wasn't as good as the first two and many others in the series. It was a little more slow paced and just not quite as engaging. But it was still good, I still never got bored, which is the main thing. The writing style of these books make them interesting and entertaining no matter what's happening.

  12. 4 out of 5

    - ̗̀ jess ̖́-

    Reread Jan 2017. They are growing up so fast and I love them

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cody

    this book was so good with tons of twists.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cordelianne

    These books are so quick and easy to read, while there is still a lot of action and other things happening. I really enjoy the friendship between Will, Horace and Evanlynn!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lazybee

    Three down 9 to go. The book was good but not great. This book comprises of journey and survival of two parties. Horace and halt, will and Cassandra aka evanlyn. The main purpose of this book is to lay the framework for the next one. And it does a good work in that.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Moriah

    4.8 stars!!!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sally906

    You know you’re reading a good series when as soon as you’ve finished one book you’re lining up the next one!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Loewen

    WARNING: SPOILER ALERT!! I read this book in less than a day, which is not really normal for me.(I tend to read slow!) But it's just so fast-paced and absolutely unputdownable. My love and admiration for Halt increased throughout the whole book as I read all the sacrifices he made in order to rescue Will; purposely publicly insulting King Duncan, and hoping the resulting punishment would be banishment, although it could have resulted in death; being expelled from the Ranger Corps and having to ha WARNING: SPOILER ALERT!! I read this book in less than a day, which is not really normal for me.(I tend to read slow!) But it's just so fast-paced and absolutely unputdownable. My love and admiration for Halt increased throughout the whole book as I read all the sacrifices he made in order to rescue Will; purposely publicly insulting King Duncan, and hoping the resulting punishment would be banishment, although it could have resulted in death; being expelled from the Ranger Corps and having to hand over his treasured silver oakleaf.....*SOB* aaaahhhh my heart broke for him!; and all those times when he so easily could have left Horace and continued on in his search but he didn't! It speaks volumes about his character. And to see Horace grow so much in his skill as an apprentice knight and to see his relationship with Halt was wonderful! It's amazing what he's willing to do in order to save his friend. As for Will and Evanlyn's less then pleasant adventures with the Skandians, I can't say I'm very fond of their turn of events. I love seeing how Will kept up his courage (and fitness!) when they were stuck on Skorghijl, and how he didn't stop trying to look for ways to escape. I also loved the part where he threw the knife at the keg representing Slagor's head! I could have cried reading about his addiction to warmweed; to see Will, a boy who's so bright, optimistic, and talented be reduced to someone described in the book as 'a shambling,mindless figure' was just terrible to read. That was when my love appreciation for Evanlyn soared to a whole new level. Being raised a princess, there's no way she'd ever endured anything close to what she endured taking care of Will. Not only was she brave enough to trust Erak's escape plan, she managed to get him out of the barracks,find the cabin while enduring the blizzardy weather and letting Will ride the pack pony while she pushed a trail through the waist-deep snow, and finally wean Will off of the evil drug. Which brings me to my favorite part in the book, and probably one of my favorite moments of the entire series; When Will wakes up and is no longer addicted to the warmweed. I got so teary eyed, I must have reread those pages 5 or 6 times! *sniffle* I was just so happy and relieved. I supposed I should end this review, I could talk about these books forever! This is my fifth time reading through the series, and the books are just as wonderful as the first time I laid eyes on them. To sum this review up: The IceBound Land = Massive Success!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Janor

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I thought it was rather bad. And the only reason for me still continuing to read this series is because I promised my little brother (which was a mistake).. Throughout the whole book, almost nothing happens. You got the story line of Halt and Horace, who go through Gallica while defeating some not-so-chivalrous knights. And the other story line is of Evelyn and Will who get kidnapped, get sold as slaves and after that manage to escape. There is no real pace in the book and the events that do hap I thought it was rather bad. And the only reason for me still continuing to read this series is because I promised my little brother (which was a mistake).. Throughout the whole book, almost nothing happens. You got the story line of Halt and Horace, who go through Gallica while defeating some not-so-chivalrous knights. And the other story line is of Evelyn and Will who get kidnapped, get sold as slaves and after that manage to escape. There is no real pace in the book and the events that do happen are only minor and boring. Something that is really ruining it for me are the characters. All the main characters are portrayed as saints, there is essentially nothing wrong with them. Evelyn and Will get constantly praised for being brave, Horace for being humble (which is near impossible, because he is a 14 year old who is a natural in fighting and has already done amazing things) and at last Halt for being good at archery. Well, congratulations John Flanagan, for forming perfect characters! Sorry if this comes over as a bit harsh, but I'm just a little negative over this book. I don't really look forward to reading the next one but still hope it will be at least better than this one.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea

    A darker addition to the RA world that really shows depth and the growing of characters. Not as many funny or light moments as the other books but the weightiness enriches the whole series. Evanlyn has a marvelous character arc and seeing her grow was very satisfying. Violence/Substance Abuse Yes, addiction is a big theme in this book. Parents of course should ultimately decide what is best for their kids, but I wouldn't shy away from this book just because of that as it shows the very dark conse A darker addition to the RA world that really shows depth and the growing of characters. Not as many funny or light moments as the other books but the weightiness enriches the whole series. Evanlyn has a marvelous character arc and seeing her grow was very satisfying. Violence/Substance Abuse Yes, addiction is a big theme in this book. Parents of course should ultimately decide what is best for their kids, but I wouldn't shy away from this book just because of that as it shows the very dark consequences of addictive substances (whether drugs, alcohol or pornography). There is also an evil overlord that is a merciless killer. With those in mind, I would recommend the age group as teens and up. Language There are about 20 instances of mild profanity (damn and hell). <--To be fair, John Flanagan is Australian and they have a different idea of what constitutes swearing

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bobby Luke

    This was better than the second book. No stupid scenes like what we get with Horace towards the end of book 2. (Although I don't buy that people didn't realize what Halt was up to at the beginning of the book - it couldn't have been more obvious). We get suspense, but in different forms than we have seen previously. I loved the direction this book went - it was not what I was expecting, and it was captivating. The end of the book didn't really have what I would call a climax - but these are shor This was better than the second book. No stupid scenes like what we get with Horace towards the end of book 2. (Although I don't buy that people didn't realize what Halt was up to at the beginning of the book - it couldn't have been more obvious). We get suspense, but in different forms than we have seen previously. I loved the direction this book went - it was not what I was expecting, and it was captivating. The end of the book didn't really have what I would call a climax - but these are short books. I will just have to read the next one. What has really kept me interested in these books are the characters. John Flanagan does a very good job of creating likeable, interesting characters. Maybe I don't read enough youth/teen fiction, but I feel like that is a rarity these days. On to the next book!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bailey Marissa

    (Thanks a lot GR for errasing my first review and making me type this out again. Grr.) This book is about Halt (who I really want to start calling Logan, but I'll restrain myself) and Horace trying to track down Evanlyn and Will, and about Evanlyn and Will trying to survive their kidnapping. There's a lot of telling instead of showing in this one. It's not the greatest, but it's not too bad either. Also, because of the showing instead of telling, I don't like Evanlyn. I don't want her dead hate he (Thanks a lot GR for errasing my first review and making me type this out again. Grr.) This book is about Halt (who I really want to start calling Logan, but I'll restrain myself) and Horace trying to track down Evanlyn and Will, and about Evanlyn and Will trying to survive their kidnapping. There's a lot of telling instead of showing in this one. It's not the greatest, but it's not too bad either. Also, because of the showing instead of telling, I don't like Evanlyn. I don't want her dead hate her, but I really wish she didn't have as much page time. 14+ for non-consensual drug addiction, mild language, and violence.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Hank

    This really is a great kids series. My 12 year old loves it as much as he did the first time we listened to it 4 years ago.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Eva Luna

    Rating: 4 Again a really good book, but I did kinda miss Will in the second half of the book. Even though I love Evanlyn too, I want to see Will back in action!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Call Morgenstern

    Horace! Wow😂, he was so epic in this book, literally defeating every knight coming in their way. And the idea of Will getting addicted to warmweed totally surprised me! The way Cassandra helped him get over the addiction was well written. And ah ofc, how can we forget Halt, he did everything he could to save Will. Halts duel with Deparnieux - I LIKED IT A LOT! Overall, this book well deserves 5 stars.👍🏻👍🏻

  26. 5 out of 5

    Loretta Marchize

    Just as good as the previous novels, and I can't wait for the next one! Not much to say about this that won't be spoilers to previous books. Content: mentions of being addicted to certain herbs (view spoiler)[ Will, in Scandinavia he gets addicted to warmweed (not his fault) (hide spoiler)] , lots of fighting, some sort of warlord locks people in a cage and leaves them to die. ANYWAYS other than that there's not really much. Totally fine for a middle schooler. Just as good as the previous novels, and I can't wait for the next one! Not much to say about this that won't be spoilers to previous books. Content: mentions of being addicted to certain herbs (view spoiler)[ Will, in Scandinavia he gets addicted to warmweed (not his fault) (hide spoiler)] , lots of fighting, some sort of warlord locks people in a cage and leaves them to die. ANYWAYS other than that there's not really much. Totally fine for a middle schooler.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Joel

    I've seen a lot of reviews that say this book is just a setup for the next book in the series but I have to say I really enjoyed this book. I liked the 2 journeys in this book and how it went back and forth between the 2 storylines. Halt is a bad ass! I've seen a lot of reviews that say this book is just a setup for the next book in the series but I have to say I really enjoyed this book. I liked the 2 journeys in this book and how it went back and forth between the 2 storylines. Halt is a bad ass!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Apoorva Ranade

    Less heroics in this one but still enjoyable! This series was a chance find and turned out to be really good.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Garlan ✌

    Another enjoyable book in the series. These are very quick, easy reads with engaging characters and a story line that just keeps moving along from adventure to adventure. Book 4 is on its way to me now. Closer to a 3 1/2 star read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mya Gray

    I’m not crying, you are

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