The Kings of Clonmel

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Corgi Yearling, 2011 - Children's stories - 403 pages
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The Kings of Clonmel is the eighth thrilling book in John Flanagan's Ranger's Apprentice series - over eight million sold worldwide.

The surrounding kingdoms have fallen prey to a religious cult who are spreading confusion and rebellion. The only Kingdom that is uncorrupted is Clonmel, and it is about to fall . . .

It is up to Will, Halt and Horace to rid the land of this dangerous enemy and restore order once again. Secrets will be unveiled and battles will be fought to the death . . .

Perfect for fans of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, T.H. White's The Sword in the Stone, Christopher Paolini's Eragon series and Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series.

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The story of Will continues

User Review  - golfrmunn - Overstock.com

My 13 year old son has really enjoyed this series and is always eagerly waiting for the next book in the series to be released. Kings of Clonmel was no exception to this. He had the book read in ... Read full review

Review: The Kings of Clonmel (Ranger's Apprentice #8)

User Review  - Kimberly - Goodreads

If I remember right, this is the book where Halt lends Horace a Ranger's cloak. Hilarious!! Read full review

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About the author (2011)

John Flanagan grew up in Sydney, Australia hoping to be a writer. It wasn't until he wrote a highly uncomplimentary poem about a senior executive at the agency he worked, however, that his talent was revealed. It turned out one of the company directors agreed with John's assessment of the executive, and happily agreed to train John in copywriting.

After writing advertising copy for the next two decades, John teamed with an old friend to develop a television sitcom, "Hey Dad!," which went on to air for eight years.

John began writing "Ranger's Apprentice" for his son, Michael, ten years ago, and is still hard at work on the series. He currently lives in the suburb of Manly, Australia, with his wife. In addition to their son, they have two grown daughters and four grandsons.

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