The Caldera (Brotherband Chronicles, #7) by John Flanagan

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Read The Caldera (Brotherband Chronicles, #7) Online Free - The Herons take to the high seas to fend off pirates and rescue the heir to an empire in the newest adventure from John Flanagan, author of the worldwide bestselling Ranger's Apprentice!

Includes BONUS content--a brand-new Ranger's Apprentice short story featuring fan-favorites Will and Maddie!

In Hallasholm, Stig is contesting the annual Maktig competition to decide Skandia's greatest warrior. But a late-night knock on the door brings someone Stig never expected to see again, along with a request the Herons are hard-pressed to refuse: a rescue mission of epic proportions.

Across the ocean, the southern city-state of Byzantos is plagued by a crew of pirates who've kidnapped the son of Empress Justina. Slipping out of Hallasholm under the cover of darkness, the brotherband sets sail to recover the boy from his kidnappers, heading south to the island of Santorillos where a near-impenetrable fortress stands atop a cliff, surrounded by a lagoon--a caldera--formed by the crater of a volcano.

In this explosive seventh book in the action-packed Brotherband Chronicles, the Herons battle pirates amid stormy seas as the fate of an empire rests on their shoulders.

Title : The Caldera (Brotherband Chronicles, #7)
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ISBN : 0525494057
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Audio CD
Number of Pages : 0 pages


Skip rated it ★★★★☆

January 20, 2018

Another solid effort by Flanagan. Stig's deadbeat father, Olaf, returns to Hallashom to ask for help rescuing Constantus, the 10-year old emperor of Byzantos, who was kidnapped by the pirate Myrgos while under Olaf's care as chief of security. On the way to Byzantos and finding Myrgos' lair, Hal,...

Leigh rated it ★★★★☆

January 17, 2018

I really enjoyed this instalment in the Brotherband Chronicles! I found the story to be thin in a few areas but still enjoyed it and found myself remembering what I liked about the adventures of the Heron and the individual character, unfortunately the only person I felt this book built the chara...

Alex rated it ★★★★★

October 16, 2017

Even though you could argue that there is a certain amount of predictability in these books, they are still so satisfying and enjoyable that it makes up for anything else. When Stig's comes back home he is need of a favor- to help rescue the kidnapped son of a regent. The crew of the Heron of cou...

Ms. rated it ★★★★★

November 28, 2017

Public Library copy Stig's errant father, Olaf, has returned to Hallashom ten years after abandoning his family to live in shame. He isn't repentant, but would like to hire the crew of the Heron to retrieve the emperor of Byzantos who was kidnapped by the pirate Myrgos while under Olaf's care. Sin...

Sean rated it ★★★★★

November 23, 2017

I saw “Captain America: Winter Soldier” by myself in the theater, as I do many movies. With work schedules and the kid’s various clubs and events in the way, it’s easier for me to carve out a solo window of time and sneak off to see the comic book movies that I love so much. “Winter Soldier” is s...

Emily rated it ★★★★★

December 06, 2017

Amazing. John Flanagan never disappoints.

Jessica rated it ★★★★☆

January 17, 2018

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Kathy rated it ★★★★★

December 28, 2017

Seventh in the The Brotherband Chronicles alternative history adventure series revolving around the very young men who make up the crew of the Heron. My Take I hadn't realized The Caldera was not a short story until I noticed the ending page number. Yeah, well, I was turning those pages as fast as...

Kristen rated it ★★★★☆

February 13, 2018

Look--I love this series. I love Hal and the crew and the adventures. Like the other books in the series, there are great moments of dialogue and amazing ship maneuvers. I also really enjoyed seeing Ulf and Wulf separate their personalities to some (small) extent. But I had a few complaints with t...

Thobe rated it ★★★★★

February 15, 2018

I love this book so much. John Flanagan is definitely one of my favorite authors of all time. I wish I saw more of Ingvar in this book. The climax of this book is one of the best written climaxes I've EVER EVER read! It was SO INTENSE. Seriously, I'm trying not to freak out just thinking about it...

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