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The series has come a long way since then. Now sold in fourteen countries, the series has appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List and is regularly shortlisted in children’s book awards in Australia and overseas.
John Flanagan grew up in Clovelly, Sydney. He worked in advertising for many years (including working for the formidable Julius Sumner Miller on a series of TV commercials) before moving into TV, where he worked as head writer on Hey Dad! for all 291 episodes.
The Ranger's Apprentice SeriesEdit
- The Ruins of Gorlan (2004)
- The Burning Bridge (2005)
- The Icebound Land (2005)
- Oakleaf Bearers (also known as the The Battle For Skandia) (2006)
- The Sorcerer of the North (2006)
- The Siege of Macindaw (2007)
- Erak's Ransom (2007)
- The Kings of Clonmel (2008)
- Halt's Peril (2009)
- The Emperor of Nihon-Ja (2011)
- The Lost Stories (2011)
- The Royal Ranger (2013)
Ranger's Apprentice: The Early Years Edit
- The Tournament at Gorlan (2015)
The Brotherband ChroniclesEdit
- The Outcasts (2011)
- The Invaders (2012)
- The Hunters (2012)
- The Slaves of Socorro (2014)
- Scorpion Mountain (2014)
- Book 6 (2016)
Jesse Parker MysteryEdit
- Storm Peaks (2009)
- Avalanche Pass (2012)