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Publisher's Summary

The New York Times best-selling series continues with another nail-biting mission for Will Treaty and his fearless young apprentice. 

King Philippe of Gallica appeals to King Duncan for help. His son is being held hostage by a power-hungry baron, and Philippe wants Duncan to send a Ranger to rescue the boy. 

Will and Maddie are perfect for the task. Travelling as father and daughter to allay suspicion, they will pose as entertainers to infiltrate the Chateau des Falaises, where the prince is being held. 

But travelling through Gallica has its own risks: armed bandits, wild weather and even a mysterious follower all have to be faced and overcome. Will they ever find the prince? 

And if they do, how will they rescue him from the evil Baron Lassigny?

©2020 John Flanagan (P)2020 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

Critic Reviews

"Such an exciting plot, clearly drawn characters and strong element of danger should engage, thrill and inspire young readers who love adventure stories." (Viewpoint)

"Fans of the series will eagerly devour this one and wait impatiently for the next.... A sure bet for fantasy fans." (School Library Journal)

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Great Audiobook

Yet another great audiobook in the Royal Ranger series. After listening to all of The Ranger's Apprentice books and the Royal Ranger series to date, I can say with certainty that the writing is just as good as ever. The different structure of Royal Ranger so far which extends stories over multiple novels has been vastly superior in my opinion, and the stories feel far more fleshed out.

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  • 17-11-2020

Don’t buy yet or maybe ever !?

Another brilliant work but don’t buy it. This is part 1 with a cliffhanger. This is the first time John Flanagan really has F’ed It up, the story as is, is the usual quality but with a brutal evil suspenseful cliffhanger, why,why,why John Keating is brilliant as usual but I don’t understand why he has taken on this half-story. The only excuse for this thing might be CORONA-insanity. Please make a new full version of Book 4 Greetings Denmark !

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-12-2020

dissapointing

There is no indication of this being half a story...is the other half in existance? Very dissapointed by the ending being dangled with no further idea of when or if the other half is available. I must say I don't enjoy the narrator half as much as William Zappa.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 22-11-2020

Only half a story!!

Wasted 8 hours and it stopped in the middle of the story, very unsatisfying. It should be clearly marked as part one of two.

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