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Hal has always been a thoughtful boy who is a good planner and tactician, and he quickly learns what are the strength and weaknesses of his brotherband members. He then uses their strengths in the trials that the brotherbands are required to complete as part of their training. The winners of the trials earn points for their brotherband team.
This is the first book in what promises to be an exciting and addictive new series. This time though, the main characters are Skandians instead of Araluens, and this time the main character, Hal, has to figure out who he is and what he stands for. Review Written by Marya Jansen-Gruber.
Princess Cassandra has survived one attempt on her life already, and now whispers of a second attempt have reached the kingdom. A deadly sect known as the Scorpion Cult is thought to be behind the assassination threat. Not waiting to see if the knife will strike true, the Brotherband again team up with Gilan to track down the would-be killers.
Slaves of Socorro. With their honor restored, the Herons turn to a new mission: tracking down an old rival turned bitter enemy.
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After Tursgud captures twelve Araluen villagers to sell as slaves, the Heron crew sails into action. The Hunters. Hal and his brotherband crew are hot on the trail of the pirate Zavac and they have one thing only on their minds: Stopping the bloodthirsty thief before he can do more damage. Of course, they also know Zavac has the Andomal, the priceless Skandian artifact stolen when the brotherband let down their guard.
The chase leads down mighty rivers, terrifying rapids, to the lawless fortress of Ragusa. If Hal is to succeed, he will need to go beyond his brotherband training.
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He will need to challenge the pirate one-on-one, knowing only one of them will survive. Perfect for fans of J. The Invaders. Hal and the Herons have done the impossible.
This group of outsiders has beaten out the strongest, most skilled young warriors in all of Skandia to win the Brotherband competition. To find redemption they must track down the thief Zavac and recover the Andomal.
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