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However I soon settled into this novel and chronicoes to appreciate and enjoy what he had written. So of course, I just had to love this book.

The Outcasts: Brotherband Chronicles, Book 1 Book Review

All in all, the characters were fine. Is it surprising that Tne team does as well as it does in the brotherband competition? He was the Maktig three years in a row! I’m not really sure why Flanagan First in the Brotherband Chronicles children’s adventure-fantasy series revolving around eight young men of Hallasholm who are anxious to prove themselves to their peers and countrymen.

I understand how that can chrobicles an issue considering what he wants to do, but do you have to mention his poor eyesight so often? Each challenge is bigger than the last, and among the unevenly matched chdonicles we desperately hold ou Another brilliant adventure from the author of the Ranger’s Apprentice series, for boys and anyone else who loves historical action-adventure She was just there, and Hal didn’t even think about her the same way that Will did Alyss.


The book also has a secondary focus on Thorn, spreading the idea that you shouldn’t underestimate someone until you know what they are really like. It’s brotherband against brotherband, fighting it out in a series of challenges. On top of this, there are also pirates! But, I am not reviewing that series right now. The main character, Hal, becomes a leader, and the boys in his underdog “brotherband” employ all their skills to compete against other, stronger brotherbands.

I think these new characters will definetly take some more getting used to, after all, i I was hoping John Flanagan would never end The Ranger’s Apprentice and was sad when he did, but then I saw this book was coming out and I immediately thought, “I have to read that. Owning your own personal responsibility despite current circumstances or challenges yet to come is the central theme of the book.

The Outcasts: Brotherband Chronicles, Book 1

Books by John Flanagan. We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally appropriate. This book was awesome!

I might write more about this on Dork Talk with Izzie. But seriously, John Flanagan did a great job of tying that together and making all suspenseful and whatever.

They were being taught vital fighting skills and camaraderie at the same time, which to me really exemplifies the Skandian mindset of fighting and friendship, how when a person dies, they die with their sword in hand and all their friends around.

Then comes the whopper, at the end. It wasn’t until he wrote a highly uncomplimentary poem about a senior executive at the curonicles where he worked, however, that his talent was revealed.


Tells ya where my mind is at! I’ve always remembered it as “pass the port on the left”. He currently lives in a suburb of Manly, Australia, with his wife.

And I said “Who’s doing that” and whoever it was said, “It’s Ulf. Families can talk about why it’s so fun to root for the underdog. Can’t wait to read more in the series! He was like a worse version of Brotehrband. With tighter writing, this would have been a phenomenal book.

The Outcasts

Sadly, instead of keeping this to one book or maybe two, Flanagan has decided to make it a series. The day when all falls apart. Flanagan has a way of taking some familiar characters and giving them teh new look and a new way of dealing with tough situations. So – I didnt like it – you can imagine, why: If your looking for an exciting book to read this is it. Brotherband training was an interesting concept and I liked the different tasks the teams had to complete.

For kids who love adventure. I love the way Hal is portrayed, he reminds me of Will. But, yes, I really liked Thorn. Thank you for your support.