The Burning Bridge

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Random House Australia, 2009 - JUVENILE FICTION - 293 pages
One man may be deceit. Two can be conspiracy. Three is the number I trust. As the Kingdom of Araluen prepares for war against Morgarath, Will and Horace accompany the Ranger Gilan on a mission to Celtica. But Celtica's villages and mines are silent. Only an exhausted and starving girl called Evanlyn can tell them why- Morgarath has sent his foul creatures to enslave the Celts. While Gilan rides swiftly back to Araluen to report this news to the King, Will and Horace discover the true purpose behind Morgarath's actions. The Kingdom is sure to be defeated in a surprise three-sided attack - unless they can find a way to prevent it.The second book in the Australian and New York Times mega-selling series.

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This book is an awesome book to read! Full of adventure, it's an exciting book to read! =D

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this is the next book in the rangers apprentice series the burning bridge
this book is by far the best book that i have ever read in this series and i am sure will inspire you and your family
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this book is the start of a three book mini series so if you read this book you will have to read book three and four.
this book also feature more of Wills adventures with Hornce in the most strangest of places. this book also features the true skill and delay accuracy of the ranger apprentice.
this book is bound to blast your mind open and intrudes the biggest problem in Wills life yet
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John Flanagan?s Ranger?s Apprentice and Brotherband adventure series have sold more than fifteen million copies worldwide. His books are available in more than one hundred countries, are regularly on the New York Times bestseller list, and have had multiple award shortlistings and wins in Australia and overseas. John, a former television and advertising writer, lives with his wife in a Sydney beachside suburb.

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