Oakleaf Bearers

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Corgi Yearling, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 327 pages
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Oakleaf Bearers is the fourth thrilling book in John Flanagan's Ranger's Apprentice series - over seven million sold worldwide.

Will, sometimes an enemy must become an ally.

Your friend and ally, Evanlyn, has been taken captive by a mysterious horseman. Your attempts to rescue her lead you into the territory of a fearsome new enemy.

Now, you must unite with old rivals to vanquish this greater threat.

But can the fragile truce survive the battle?

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About the author (2008)

John Flanagan began his working life in advertising before moving to freelance writing and script editing. He has written TV jingles and comedy-drama for television, and is one of Australia's more prolific TV writers.

John wrote the first book in the Ranger's Apprentice series to encourage his twelve-year-old son to enjoy reading. Michael was a small boy, and all his friends were bigger and stronger that he was. John wanted to show him that reading was fun, and heroes weren't necessarily big and muscular. Now in his mid-twenties, Michael is six feet tall, broad-shouldered and powerful - but he still loves the Ranger's Apprentice.

John lives in the beachside Sydney suburb of Manly.

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