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De Koning van Clonmel Als Will op de jaarlijkse bijeenkomst van de Grijze Jagers arriveert, blijkt zijn grote vriend en mentor afwezig te zijn Halt is op onderzoek in het westen van het rijk en als hij uiteindelijk terugkomt, heeft hij slecht nieuws Er heerst onrust in Hibernia en die onrust dreigt over te slaan op Araluen Een kwaadwillige religieuze sekte, waarvan de leden zichzelf de Buitenstaanders noemen, probeert er aan de macht te komen Vijf van de zes koninkrijken van Hibernia zijn al ondermijnd Het zesde koninkrijk, Clonmel, loopt nu gevaarHalt, Will en Arnaut gaan op pad om de orde te herstellen Kunnen de geheimen uit Halts verleden hen helpen bij hun missie


About the Author: John Flanagan

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformation.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.



10 thoughts on “De Koning van Clonmel

  1. says:

    The Kings of Clonmel Ranger s Apprentice, 8 , John FlanaganThe Kings of Clonmel is the eighth novel in the Ranger s Apprentice series by Australian author John Flanagan It was released in Australia on 4 November 2008 While at the annual Rangers Gathering, Will is informed by Crowley that Halt will not be able to attend as he is investigating things in the west of the country A mysterious group of people are going around, recruiting people and stealing gold in an unl


  2. says:

    Somehow I d lost momentum on this series once Will became a full Ranger, and had pretty much decided not to continue Then on a whim after taking a break for a few years, I decided to give it onechance, and was rewarded with an adventurous tale full of quiet humor and deeds of both intelligence and valor I don t know if it was me or the last couple of books before this one, but I now remember what I found endearing about this series in the first place Will and Halt are back


  3. says:

    Not really sure what s going on here I feel like I walked in on a business meeting halfway through I ve missed some important info and the CEO isn t about to stop his speech to fill me in That s okay Quite understandable But there s no sense in me wasting my time finishing this thing out if I m going to remain at sea the rest of the time I m out The Kings of Clonmel seems to be about rangers and bandits and religion and storming castlesI think I don t know.Not realizing it was th


  4. says:

    Actually, it sof a 2.5 rating.For the longest time, it felt like nothing was happening I m tiring of the formulaic I m the best at everything except when it really matters In the first few books, the plot was fueled by external actions to which our band of merry men reacted It didn t matter how swift or appropriate their reactions were, things would still get incredibly dangerous Now, instead, the plot is often fueled by the main characters mistakes or chancy failures at the worst ti Ac


  5. says:

    Everytime I read books from this series I come away thinking the same 4 things 1 John Flanagan is really not that great of a writer2 The story line is very predictable with no surprises or unforseen twists3 I have a hard time believing that a character like a ranger in this book could be so smart one moment and then so dumb the next The same thing applies to their abilities Sometimes they seem like superheroes who could take on a whole army by themselves, and other times they seem like the Eve


  6. says:

    That was such a good start to the next arc in the overall series Definitely loved learning about Halt s background I think the ending was a bit rushed, but I m pretty pumped to continue the series again now.


  7. says:

    Read all my reviews on GoodReads ate the last review I wrote of The Kings of Clonmel, so here we try again It has been ages since I last read a book from the Ranger s Apprentice series, but I am trying to go and finish some series finally , so here I was with The Kings of Clonmel Especially how this fit into the timeline I would not be able to tell since it was such a long time ago I read part seven It was however the same kind of story I would have expecRead all my reviews on GoodReads ate the last review


  8. says:

    I m generally pretty stingy with 5 stars and, if I m prefectly honest, it s probablyof a 4.5 stars but, ya know what, eff it Reading this book just made me happy.It picks up after Will s been a Ranger for a few years, and he s actually helping some wide eyed apprentices at the Gathering, while Halt is off investigating rumors of a cult The first 100 pages or so sets up the general story line and brings our characters all together and I had a huge grin on my face for most of the time be I m generally pretty stingy


  9. says:

    This one and book 9 are two of my favorites of the series The cult aspect of the book might make some people uncomfortable because it plays with truth, but it doesn t bother me because it clearly shows it is a cult and that s how cults work Distorting truth for their own ends Things I love about this book Halt, Horace, and Will all traveling and working together These books are best when that happens The major plot twists Like Horace, everyone assumes Halt s claim in the Icebound Land This one and book 9 are two of my fa


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