Halt's Peril

Halt's Peril

John Flanagan / Dec 16, 2019

Halt s Peril The renegade outlaw group known as the Outsiders has journeyed from kingdom to kingdom conning the innocent out of their few valuables Will and Halt his mentor are ambushed by the cult s deadly ass

  • Title: Halt's Peril
  • Author: John Flanagan
  • ISBN: 9781741663020
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Paperback
  • The renegade outlaw group known as the Outsiders has journeyed from kingdom to kingdom, conning the innocent out of their few valuables Will and Halt, his mentor, are ambushed by the cult s deadly assassins when Halt is pierced by a poisoned arrow Now Will must travel day and night in search of the one person with the power to cure Halt Malkallam the Sorcerer.

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      • John Flanagan

        Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.For mysteries by this same author, see John A Flanagan.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 where 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 a suburb of Manly, Australia, with his wife In addition to their son, they have two grown daughters and four grandsons.


    1. I have put off writing this review as long as I can. No, I haven't put it off because I have such dreadful things to say about it; I put it off so that I may think of what to say about it. Unfortunately, there really isn't anything in Halt's Peril to excite particular interest in a positive or negative way.It is a good installment, and fairly suspensful, though its ending is easy to guess. Mr. Flanagan isn't an Author who allows permanent evil to befall main characters. Like all of the books, hi [...]

    2. Will, Horace, and Halt travel from Hibernia to Picta to Araluen, chasing down a band of murderous wolves in sheep's clothing. They must destroy this treacherous cult once and for all, but contending with ice-cold assassins (Sicilian-style) nearly costs them everything, as the title suggests. (Chillingly vivid portrayals of Genovesan assassins at work).Another fast-paced and somewhat heartwarming tale of courage, strategy, and friendship. It was nice to see some old friends from a few prior books [...]

    3. I just love everything Flanagan has done with this series. I am so disappointed only by the fact that I only have 1 book left + the lost stories. I have already put book one of his outcast series on hold for my kindle and am deperately waiting for it to come in.This series has a perfect blend of action, plot development, character development, dialouge and depth of relationshipscally everything one could want in a fantasy series. In this edition Halt, Will & Horace pick up the chase that was [...]

    4. I really did like this book. I feel as though the book never truly adds anything new to the table, plot wise. I have also seen reviews bashing the book for just that. However this wasn't a book intended to add anything new. It was intended to tie up the current story arc. Clearing the stage for the next act, if you will. Halt's Peril wasn't great at adding new elements into the mix of Ranger's Apprentice, but it stirs the pot of characters a little. Will and Alyss's relationship is hinted at in [...]

    5. The middle of this book dragged on a lot, because you already expects how it will end, but it does not happen and the ending felt too easy. I still really liked the relationships between the characters. Horace and Will are definitely friendship goals!

    6. 3.5 starsThe Ranger's Apprentice series is quickly becoming one of my all-time favourite series. It has everything I love in a series: fantastic characters, great storylines that never get repetitive, an impressive range of settings and it has always given me that wonderful feeling of needing moreimmediately after finishing. I never want the stories to end.That being said, I didn't think Halt's Peril was the best book of the series so far. I enjoyed seeing the story of the last book get wrapped [...]

    7. I'm closing in on the end of the series or at least the so far published books.This one I enjoyed a bit more again than the last books. The character interactions were more fun and there wasn't any problematic depiction of different people (that's always a relief).I still think Flanagan doesn't write female characters well (or at all in this book) and he sucks at romantic relationships since I'm still not sure where they all came from. But well. This one was really quick and mostly fun without a [...]

    8. Vairs kaut kā nešķiet tik aizrautīgi. Varbūt tāpēc ka šī jau ir 9. grāmata sērijā un viss sāk palikt nedaudz apnicīgi, tie paši varoņi, līdzīgas situācijas, utt.

    9. While I did like this book, it wasn't as good as the others in the series. The bantering between Halt, Horace, and Will was great, and I loved the action sequences, but the plot seemed a little disjointed. Actually, in form and tone this book reminded me quite a lot of the third book in the series, which is the one that I remember the most clearly. (I think this is because it was that book that made me realize how much I loved the series since I was so worried and heart-sick over Will!)I also li [...]

    10. If I could give this no stars and have it count as a reading, I would.I fell in love with the Ranger's Apprentice series hard in middle school. The world was fascinating and the characters strong. So I did as I do with any series I loved the first book of, and checked out as many as the library would lend me. In this case, four. The first weekend was a dream. I read through book two before dinner on Friday, and started in on book three. To make a long story short, I didn't sleep much Friday or S [...]

    11. Has someone really important to you ever been in a lot of trouble and you couldn't do any thing? In Rangers Apprentice Halt's Peril book 9 by John Flanagan: Halt, Will, and Horace(men fighting for the king) Halt is a quiet ranger who can move around without being seen using a cloak. Will is a new ranger who looks up to halt like a father and tries hard to please him. Horace is a broad shouldered knight who is a experienced sword fighter who looks to Halt and Will as family. They are chasing a gr [...]

    12. Halt, Horace and Will are on the trail of Tennyson & his followers. The false prophet of the Outsider cult escaped justice for his crimes in Clonmel, & Halt is determined to stop him before he crosses the border into Araluen. Will has defeated one of Tennyson's Genovesan assassins in Clonmel -but there are two left alive. Are the extraordinary archery skills of Will and Halt enough to save them during a duel with the Genovesans . . . or is Will's mentor facing his last battle?(less)Halt' [...]

    13. The Ranger's Apprentice series has been one of my favorites as I've watched the characters develop and when it arrived in at school on Friday, I grabbed it for my weekend read. While Halt's Peril was a good read, I feel that book 8, The Kings of Clonmel and Halt's Peril could have been combined into one tighter story. Readers already know that Rangers are skilled at concealment and very intelligent, that Horace is a dependable friend and knight. 150 pages passed before the plot advanced. Still w [...]

    14. Another enjoyable installment to the Ranger's Apprentice!! It moved slow at times, and I have my peeves with Flanagan's writing style, but this was a good book! The twist on Halt shocked me (in a good way!), bringing Malcolm back into the picture was a lot of fun, and Will's gift at the end was so sweet. The climax blew me away, as always, and the wrap-up ending ALL THE FEELS.However, two people I know told me that books 10 and 11 are boring. What do you guys say to that?

    15. This was a great continuum of the Ranger's Apprentice series. Tense, mystical, but with Flanagan (and Halt's!) traditionally dry sarcasm/humor (even though Halt claims that sarcasm isn't wit at all). Definitely a wonderful addition to this world renowned series.

    16. As always, I'm in love with the characters in this series!! Oh what a trio, and the support characters have real personalities.

    17. It was a great book with lots of tension. It has many plot twists and it is part of a series that I highly recommend you read.

    18. From this point forward in the series, I am just cutting and pasting my previous info with a separate paragraph at the bottom specific to this particular book in the series.If you check out my other 4 stars, you'll see that there is some stiff competition and I don't hand it out lightly. If you are really into Brandon Sanderson, Robert Jordan, etc. you may find these a little bit light. However, as I stated above, they grow, and I really enjoy that they are totally enthralling but at the same ti [...]

    19. Halt's Peril by John Flanagan is a truly amazing book that will leave you forever on the edge of your seat and always wanting more. When I first read this book, I had trouble putting it down, and finished it in nearly a day. This novel is the ninth book in a series called Ranger's Apprentice, and is about the main characters who set out to disband a religious cult. They have been lying to citizens all over the country, claiming their false god will save them. Unfortunately, they are slowed down [...]

    20. This is the ninth book in the Ranger’s Apprentice series. The tenth book is the Emperor of Nihon-Ja. There is also one additional book titled The Lost Stories which released late in 2011. This book does a good job of wrapping up the story that started in, The Kings of Clonmel. Like previous books it is a solid middle grade fantasy, but nothing incredibly creative or outstanding.Halt, Will, and Horace are on the trail of Tennyson and the rest of the Outsider cult. When one of the Genovesan assa [...]

    21. This book wraps up the story begun in Kings of Clonmel. Tennyson, his core group of followers and his two hired assassins/bodyguards have made good on escaping from Clonmel and have headed east to Picta, with the intention of returning to Araluen to resume their religion scam.However, Halt, Will and Horace are hot on their trail. Their pursuit is going well, until Halt is nicked by a poisoned cross bow bolt. Now Halt is dying and Will and Horace are frantic to keep him alive until they can get h [...]

    22. Reader thoughts: There were no females. Well, there was one, for about a sentence, a farmer's wife who was shot to death.Will and Halt act too much like bullies in this book. They use force (and their hard eyes) to get their way. Seriously. I think the book referred to the hardness (or seriousness) of their eyes about 6 times. Okay, we get it, they are battle-hardened warriors, despite how short they are.It was dumb to have Will chase after the Genovesan archer, especially since there was no mor [...]

    23. What would you do if your mentor, who's also one of your closest friends, was close to death? The famous ranger, Will Treaty, answers this very question in, Halt's Peril, by John Flanagan. Halt's Peril, the ninth book in the Ranger's Apprentice series, picks up right where the eighth book left off, with King Ferris, who is Halt's brother, dead, and Halt, Horace, and Will chasing after the murderer: Tennyson, the leader of the Outsiders. The chase leads them eventually back to northern Araluan, n [...]

    24. I think this is an awesome book. In this book, Will, and his former master Halt, who are both Rangers, along with the knight Horace, who is a friend of their's, go on a quest to hunt down the Outsiders, a band of outlaws and thieves who steal people's money by making them think that they are giving it to protect themselves. They think that Aleiss, the false golden god, will save them. Unfortunately, the Outsiders will just ride away with all the people's valuables. This threesome is on the hunt [...]

    25. The previous book in the Ranger's Apprentice was a let down to me; however, this book redeemed the series in my eyes. While the title would make one think that this is another book specifically about Halt, on the contrary, its not. After a longer that necessary exposition, Halt gets wounded by an arrow while chasing down the religious cult from the previous book. While at first the wound is disregarded as a minor scratch, later on Will finds out the arrow was poisoned. If Will doesn't act soon, [...]

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