So I was wondering, which of John Flanagan's series do you like best? (Out of Ranger's Apprentice, Brotherband, Early Years or Royal Ranger) AND WHY? (Please note, this is important, hence the capitals)
I like The Early Years best, probably because the idea of 'Renegade Rangers' appeals to my natural rebellion against authority and also because I enjoy finding out the reasons and back stories of characters and why they do what they do.
So far I've read all of the Brotherband books and the first Ranger's Apprentice. I'm half way through "The Burning Bridge" and I actually think I'm starting to lean a bit more to the RA books, because I like knights and basically anything else medieval.
"Now for wrath, now for ruin, and a red dawn!" Theoden, Lord of the Rings. "They say there are two ways to be fooled...One way is to believe what isn't true, the other is to refuse to believe what is." Viggo Grimborn, Dragons: Race to the Edge. Grimmel: "I've hunted down every Nightfury, except yours. Hand him over!"
Hiccup: "I'll never give him up!"
Grimmel: "Then I'll destroy everything you love. You're nothing without your dragon."
Out of Ranger's Apprentice and BrotherBand, I don't really have a preference. They both have the same basic story structure and the same moral principles. If I had to choose one, I'd probably choose BrotherBand, purely because most people like Ranger's Apprentice better.
Halt the Ranger: The reason to read the other three first before going chronological is because the rules of the universe were still being established. (the very first book wasn't intend to become a series)
Sept 19, 2019 8:10:56 GMT -5
yosefu: Thanks a lot!
Sept 19, 2019 9:56:52 GMT -5