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SUMMARY Slaves of Socorro (Brotherband Book 4) (Brotherband Chronicles)

Slave market in Socorro Even with the help of an Araluan Ranger the task may be too muchPerfect for fans of JRR Tolkiens Lord of the Rings TH Whites The Sword in the Stone Christopher Paolinis Eragon series and Rick Riordans Percy Jackson seri. The crew have rescued their honor and won against all odds now erak gives them the chore of arulean duty ship The wolf ship that is at Duncan s beck and call as part of will and halts treaty preventing raids and fighting pirates is their lot for the termThey have barely left shore at speed because of KLOOF when they get their first piracy problem in the guise of an old enemy of the Brotherband Hal and his herons meet gilan the ranger and get involved in an impromptu rescue missionOverall another strong addition to the Brotherband legend with battles and Hals genius coming to the fore in several instances

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Slaves of Socorro (Brotherband Book 4) (Brotherband Chronicles)

The Slaves of Socorro is the fourth book in the Brotherband series from the author of the internationally bestselling Rangers ApprenticeWhen the Heron brotherband become the Skandian duty ship to the Kingdom of Araluen theyre excited at the c. I don t like spoilers in book reviews but to all moms who are trying to find a book series their son might like look no further My son a mature 12 year old read it in 2 days and looked up the next book Books my son enjoys reading are few and far between This is his favorite book series he has ever read so much so that he asked if I would start reading them with him Now I am hookedThis series has great character development few slow parts good moral lessons on loyalty and friendship and is packed with action and adventureI highly recommend the entire series to 5th grade and up from a teacher mom s perspective

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Hallenges ahead Hal Stig Thorn and the Herons eagerly set off for the trip with an unexpected new crew member aboard But an enemy from their past returns causing the Herons to be thrown into a dangerous uest to free captured Araluans from the. In Slaves of Socorro the Heron crew are sent to spend a year helping patrol Araluen While there a renegade Skanadian captures from Araluens and sells them as slaves Hal and his shipmates must infiltrate the slave market and free the AraluensThis series really continues to impress me There was a lot of great action here great character development and just plain fun The inclusion of Gilan brings some needed Araluen flair to the book While there are the crew of Tursgud the Araluens and the Socorroians the story is centermost about the Heron and her crew It was wonderful to see the interaction between Thorn Lydia Hal and the rest The ending was somewhat expected but done in a completely unexpected way I really enjoyed how the author wrapped up the story with TursgudOverall this was a great 5 star book for me and I m already reading Scorpian Mountain


11 thoughts on “Slaves of Socorro (Brotherband Book 4) (Brotherband Chronicles)

  1. says:

    I don't like spoilers in book reviews, but to all moms who are trying to find a book series their son might like look no further. My son, a mature 12 year old, read it in 2 days and looked up the next book! Books my son enjoys reading are few and far between. This is his favorite book series he has ever read;

  2. says:

    I have been reading John Flanagan's adventure tales ever since The Ruins of Gorlan (Ranger's Apprentice Book 1) was first published here in the US. I first read the Brotherband series when my local library got them and enjoyed them so much I needed my own copies. Unfortunately, this volume was incomplete, missing two sect

  3. says:

    Just finished this one, and what a good read. Some of the good points are that the story is self contained, but will continue on into the next book. John Flannagan books for me are all about the journey he takes you on. From the nights on th

  4. says:

    In Slaves of Socorro, the Heron crew are sent to spend a year helping patrol Araluen. While there, a renegade Skanadian captures from Araluens and sells them as slaves. Hal and his shipmates must infiltrate the slave market and free the Araluens.

    This series really continues to impress me. There was a lot of great

  5. says:

    My son loves this series! Good clean reading. Great storyline. Great for reading aloud or by oneself. I find him to be an author I can recommend as a homeschool mom. One of the few series we collect. My husband and I read thru the Ranger's App

  6. says:

    This is a great book with an interesting plot line.
    Pros: This book combines some of the characters from the previous Ranger's Apprentice series with the new characters from Brotherband in a way that flows well within the story and makes for an interesting plot line. The story works well with the previous books, and I enjoyed it just as

  7. says:

    Hal and the crew of the Heron had spent a long time chasing the pirate leader Zavac, they caught up to him and defeated him recovering a stolen relic, Hal the leader 16yrs spent time with his mother, Hal had adopted a huge dog he called Kloof, Erak the Oberjarl of Skandia asked Hal to sail the Heron to Aruluen as a duty ship to prot

  8. says:

    The crew have rescued their honor and won against all odds, now erak gives them the chore of arulean duty ship! The wolf ship that is at Duncan's beck and call as part of will and halts treaty, preventing raids and fighting pirates is their lot for the term.
    They have barely left shore( at speed because of KLOOF!) when they get their first

  9. says:

    Loved it. Very addictive series hard to put down looking forward to the next one. Hoping they are going to meet Will in the next one

  10. says:

    awesome seires of books a must read for any child or adult it is a perfect gift and simply one of the best books i have ever read

  11. says:

    The continual story of the Brotherband is both exotic and exciting. I enjoyed the simplicity of the story and the developing nature of the relationship between the main characters. There is plenty of action and adventure to keep even the most reluctant reader hooked. The story has a very dramatic ending that keeps you r

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