It’s time to go back to the world of mythical fairy tales that John Flanagan creates with special spices of his own. The author has been inspiring the audience for a very long time now and still he has ample stalk to reach double figures with his series. The Sorcerer of the North showed that Will is not an apprentice anymore and he has full potential to have an apprentice of his own. Here however another problem lands in once again in this sixth part narrated by John Keating.
Safeguarding the first fief was an honor for Will but he was not expecting such troubles to land in his lap in a quick succession. Alyss the trusted ally of Will was captured in the previous part and now he is in Keren’s hands. Moreover Keren has bigger plans at hand; with the help of Scotti the knight has a plan of taking over the whole of Macindaw. Grip on the castle of Macindaw gives Keren the upper hand in the war that has already started between the two powers. It’s up to Will to use all his potential to safeguard the land and his friend but first the clever ranger forms an accurate team.
For many it is the selection of the crew that shows Will’s dominance in the game because he selects every member very carefully. It seems that he always had a plan against such an attack from the enemy. There are several occasions where the regular listeners can observe a glimpse of The Icebound Land in the story. Actually the style of the author makes us think in such a way; in reality the stories are different in so many ways.
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