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A New York Times and Australian mega-bestselling series

Ranger's Apprentice is John Flanagan's sensational bestselling fantasy series. A huge, action-packed universe, spanning across 11 books in the core series as well as three spin-off series: The Royal Ranger, Brotherband and The Early Years. Join Will and his friends on unforgettable adventures and thrills. Sign up to our Rangers Apprentice Newsletter to be kept in the loop with all the news.


Ranger's Apprentice 1

Morgarath, Lord of the Mountains of Rain and Night, former Baron of Gorlan in the Kingdom of Araluen, looked out over his bleak, rainswept domain and, for perhaps the thousandth time, cursed.

Ranger's Apprentice 2

Halt and Will had been trailing the Wargals for three days. The four heavy-bodied, brutish creatures, foot soldiers of the rebel warlord Morgarath, had been sighted passing through Redmont Fief, heading north.

Ranger's Apprentice 3

The wolfship was only a few hours from Cape Shelter when the massive storm hit them.

Ranger's Apprentice

It had been a poor harvest in Scanlon Estate. The wheat crop had been meagre at best, and the apple orchards had been savaged by a blight that left threequarters of the fruit blemished and rotting on the trees.

Ranger's Apprentice The Royal Ranger 2: The Red Fox Clan

He stood in the shadows to one side, letting the rage build within him. He needed the rage. He fed off it.

Ranger's Apprentice The Royal Ranger 4: The Missing Prince

The sickle moon had just slipped below the western horizon when the file of mounted men emerged from the trees.

Ranger's Apprentice The Royal Ranger 5: Escape from Falaise

‘Tie them up,’ Baron Lassigny ordered. ‘They’re under arrest.’

Ranger's Apprentice The Early Years 1: The Tournament at Gorlan

It had been raining for days. Not heavy rain, but a steady, persistent, soaking rain that finally overcame the protective oil in their woollen cloaks and worked its way into the fabric itself, making it heavy and sodden.

Ranger's Apprentice The Early Years 2: The Battle of Hackham Heath

It was dark and clammy and damp in the tunnel.