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

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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. This is the sixth book in The Last Apprentice Wardstone Chronicles series but the first book that feels like you are immersed in the battle between Tom Ward and the FiendTrue to the previous books Delaney weaves a decent tale of dark versus lightI highly recommend this series to anyone who reads dark YA books without sparkly vampires or ridiculous romantic undertones4 STARS

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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. sortof shows whats going onthis book was good but sadly not the best the series just got better and better then it became eual with book 3 i think of this book as a what just happened afterwards sort of book it shows the changes Arkwright had his parents freedom brought him a lot of happiness i am bummed by the fact that Alice s and Tom s relationship didn t go forward i do hope Alice and Tom can live a long happy life together with 7 kids able to fight the dark because Alice is the fiend s daughter and Tom is the son of the lamia plus being a 7th son of a 7th son plus the Spook should die by the fiend s own hands but the curse shouldn t come true and tom gets a huge boost of power enough to kill the fiendhere s my series preferance orderbook 5 1st place alice and tom have their 1st kiss makes the book barely betterbook 4 2nd placebook 6 3rd place tiebook 3 3rd place tiebook 2 4th placebook 1 5th place

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

  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, the apprentice of Spook John Gregory, has learned to deal with witches and boggarts and al

  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 b

  5. says:

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

  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 called upon by his M

  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 narrati

  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 son

  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 g

  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/ ad

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