The Lost Stories go inside Kindle If you loved the series you ll love The Lost Stories I know I did The Lost Stories are just a series of short stories that answer some of the questions left unans
The Lost Stories go inside Kindle If you loved the series, you'll love The Lost Stories, I know I did. The Lost Stories are just a series of short stories that answer some of the questions left unanswered by the series. Most are only two or three chapters long and can be finished off pretty quickly. Personally, I normally skip these types of releases. Most that I've read in the past have felt more like "money-makers" for the author than anything with real content for the reader.I really enjoyed the Ranger's Apprentice series though so I thought I'd give this one a try. As you'd expect from short stories, there's nothing to really sink your teeth into. But I still enjoyed reading them.I have to admit a feeling of love/hate with this book. First I really loved reading about all my favorite characters again. Will, Halt, Tug... The list goes on and on. But then I hate it because it's just a tease. There is no real story to get me interested and hooked. Just as you're getting into it the story ends.Some of the stories were a bit contrived simply to resolve "fan questions." But then again I guess you have to make the fans happy.But in the end, I still enjoyed the book. It was definitely worth the read. If you're a fan of the series, you should definitely take the time to read it. If you haven't read the series, the book won't make ANY sense to you at all so don't waste your time. Get the first book in the series and start there. You won't be disappointed. It's a really good series. . Unconfirmed accounts of a group of Araluen warriors tales of adventure, battle, and triumph over evil have spread for centuries throughout the known world Most notable is a clan shrouded in mystery, phantom warriors known as the Rangers Two names pass the lips of every storyteller Halt, and his apprentice, Will They and their comrades in arms are said to have traveUnconfirmed accounts of a group of Araluen warriors tales of adventure, battle, and triumph over evil have spread for centuries throughout the known world Most notable is a clan shrouded in mystery, phantom warriors known as the Rangers Two names pass the lips of every storyteller Halt, and his apprentice, Will They and their comrades in arms are said to have traveled throughout the kingdom and beyond its borders, protecting those who needed it most If true, these rumors can be only part of the story Only now, centuries after these men and women walked the earth, do we have confirmation of their existence Behold The Lost Stories, Book 11 in the Ranger s Apprentice epic.. Popular Book The Lost Stories This is yet another (the eleventh in fact) addition to a wonderful series of YA books. I love them for their characterisation, for the rich world, for the fact that both men and women are heroes in this world, for the fact that it is set in a more pure older time with a clear distinction between good and evil and just because it's great entertainment as a series. And like all great book series both the target audience of 12-16 year olds and adult readers can enjoy them. I know this to be true because my mother loves them just as much as I do.Obviously my world views are going to be different from other readers and so while I like the clarity of morality in these novels others may not. Although I choose to believe that that indicates more about a reader and their beliefs than about any novel itself. Still I feel that while some may hate the apparently cliche nature of these books they should not be judged for that. There are so many good things to enjoy such as rich writing (for a YA novel the vocabulary used is quite excellent), the down-to-earth humour and verbal jousting between characters and the enjoyable plotting. Only one thing really frustrates me across the series and that is John Flanagan's need to remind the reader later in the books about things he mentioned earlier in the same tale.This book is no different to the others in quality despite the fact that it is made up of short stories rather than full tales. Yet each story is a brilliant gem of its own and for any fan of the series is well worth a read as a stand alone short story. Yet putting them all together equated to a brilliant novel all in all.I for one cannot wait for the next John Flanagan book whether I'm 18 or 19 at the time I read it. Because these books are good stories on the whole and fully worth reading. So go read this book and enjoy it as it is.
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