[The Last Apprentice: Clash of the Demons (Book 6) (Last Apprentice, 6) Books ] Free Read as ePUB Author Joseph Delaney

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Lice and the assassin Grimalkinto confront Ordeen If Tom joins them the Spook will abandon Tom as his apprentice What sacrifices will be made in the battle against the da. Son loved it

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The Last Apprentice: Clash of the Demons (Book 6) (Last Apprentice, 6)

K his help A dangerous ancient witch Ordeen is about to rise bringing with her suffering and devastation Tom's mother has mustered a powerful armyincluding Tom's friend A. While I have generally enjoyed this series Clash of the Demons simply doesn t reach the fairly high standards set by the previous books Several characters from prior stories return but they have little or no real impact on events their contributions to the plot could easily have been carried out by new characters or done away with entirely The new people we meet are little than cardboard cut outs Tom himself seems to be much of a spectator this time around Where before he drove much of the action in this book things just happen Which is another problem Previous books had mysteries or things to investigate Here we know what is going on almost from the very beginningThere are other niggling problems A tower full of bloodthirsty demons appears every seven years yet substantial numbers of people live uite close by The book attempts to explain this away but the explanation is perfunctory and half hearted as if the author knew he was trying to make the best of a bad job Tom s worries over using Dark magic to defend himself simply don t resonate like they used to The character of the Spook seems like an actor trying to impersonate a previous actor s performance and not uite making itThe book isn t awful It just isn t as good as the others We do pick up on some new information and the meta narrative advances but I suspect one could easily skip this book and pick up the next without missing much of anything given the author s penchant for bringing you up to speed again

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War looms on the horizonAs the Spook's apprentice Tom Ward must protect the County from the creatures of the dark But now his mother has returned from her homeland to see. Book 8 in The Last Apprentice series this is for the tween kids about 12 or 13 Not uite old enough for Twilight and Hunger Games but too old for Goosebumps I have read the whole series so far and really enjoyed it It s definitely dark and it has excellent black and white illustrations that really amp up the mood Tom Ward the apprentice of Spook John Gregory has learned to deal with witches and boggarts and all sorts of other nasty creatures of the Dark and together they take pretty good care of their section of The County But in this book they travel with Tom s mother to her native Greece where they will battle one of the Old Gods or Goddesses in this case The fate of the world rests in their hands What will Tom discover about his mother and will his friend Alice Deane a witch draw him further toward the Dark Great fun uick read


13 thoughts on “The Last Apprentice: Clash of the Demons (Book 6) (Last Apprentice, 6)

  1. says:

    Clash of the Demons was full of action. And demons. It is the 6th installment in The Last Apprentice series. The tension is there from the start.

    Thomas Ward's mother (mam) is coming to visit. She has something important to discuss. Truns out she is about to embark on quest. She needs her son's help. And The Spook's. They need to travel to mam's hometown in Greece. The Ordeen is about to return to earth.

  2. says:

    sortof shows whats going on

    this book was good, but sadly not the best; the series just got better and better, then it became equal with book 3. i think of this book as a "what just happened afterwards" so

  3. says:

    Book 8 in The Last Apprentice series, this is for the tween kids, about 12 or 13. Not quite old enough for Twilight and Hunger Games but too old for Goosebumps. I have read the whole series so far, and really enjoyed it. It's definitely dark, and it has excellent black and white illustrations that really amp up the mood. Tom Ward,

  4. says:

    While I have generally enjoyed this series, Clash of the Demons simply doesn't reach the fairly high standards set by the previous books. Several characters from prior stories return, but they have little or no re

  5. says:

    This is the sixth book in The Last Apprentice / Wardstone Chronicles series but the first book that feels like you are imm

  6. says:

    Last book he needed in the series. Great price and made him extremely happy.

  7. says:

    I liked the story. No way to tell if you would, so review is useless.

  8. says:

    Son loved it

  9. says:

    The sixth book in the Wardstone Chronicles keeps up the excellent pace and thrilling plot lines, this time around Tom is ca

  10. says:

    Although downloaded for my teenager I have been enjoying this series this book continues the trend of getting darker and Tom has some difficult decisions to make trying to do the right thing for everyone. The story reveals about his heritage and his destiny and has added interest being set in a different landscape. I still find the narrative style a little clunky in parts and the high cost of these books, targeted at teenagers, is the re

  11. says:

    This man is truly inspired. His books are wonderful filled with adventure and wonderful likeable characters. The stories are always fun and thoroughly interesting, those books you can never put down.

    My sons loves him, my daughter enjoy

  12. says:

    I love all the Spook's book which I originally bought for my teenage son. He never read them so I thought I would and there was no going back

  13. says:

    If you like the others then this one is just as good. another exciting tale, dark and accessible to all ages from about 8+ yrs. The main things I like about these books are the fact they arent patronising at all very dark and serious nothing lightweight about these tales and this is a refreshing change from most young/ adolescent aimed books. Consumed it in 24 hours only complaint about the whole series is I would love each book to be a bi

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