Wrath of the Bloodeye (The Last Apprentice #5)

 
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Wrath of the Bloodeye (The Last Apprentice #5)
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10+
Release Date
August 26, 2008
ISBN
0061344591
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As danger increases in the County, Tom is sent far north by his master to be trained by Bill Arkwright, another Spook. Arkwright lives in a haunted mill on the edge of a treacherous marsh and his training methods prove to be harsh and sometimes cruel. But he has toughened up many previous apprentices and now he must do the same for Tom and prepare him for the gravest dangers of his life.

But when the Fiend sends his own daughter, the ancient powerful water witch Morwena, to destroy Tom, Arkwright makes an error of judgement and Tom finds himself facing his enemies alone. The Spook and Alice realising his danger, hasten to his aid but will even their combined strengths suffice in the face of such terrible dark power? And what is the Spook's mistake, the consequences of which might give final victory to the dark?

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Finallie. An Awesome Book :D
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Finally! Wrath of the Bloodeye was amazing. The recent books in the Last Apprentice series (3 and 4) totally bored me, and this was a new awakening, an awesome restart to the awesome awesomeness of this series. Thomas Ward goes to Bill(William) Arkwright to be trained by the Spook (John Gregory)'s previous apprentice, because the Spook is old and Arkwright can teach him more than he ever knows. He has to defeat Morwena, and one look at her bloody eye can paralyze you. The Devil/Fiend who was released by the 3 witch clans in the previous book keeps toying with him. He learns truths that he may not trust, and doesn't know what to think anymore. His friendships may all be gone. Amazing & Thrilling.
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Amazing & Thrilling.
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Finally!  Wrath of the Bloodeye was amazing.  The recent books in the Last Apprentice series (3 and 4) totally bored me, and this was a new awakening, an awesome restart to the awesome awesomeness of this series.  Thomas Ward goes to Bill(William) Arkwright to be trained by the Spook (John Gregory)'s previous apprentice, because the Spook is old and Arkwright can teach him more than he ever knows.  He has to defeat Morwena, and one look at her bloody eye can paralyze you.  The Devil/Fiend who was released by the 3 witch clans in the previous book keeps toying with him.  He learns truths that he may not trust, and doesn't know what to think anymore.  His friendships may all be gone.  Amazing & Thrilling.

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