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The Brotherband Chronicles in Order: How to read John Flanagan books?

Fantasy series are not always about magicians. Sometimes, they are about sea warriors!

What’s the Brotherband Chronicles?

The Brotherband Chronicles is a series of fantasy novels written by Australian author John Flanagan. It is a spin-off from the Ranger’s Apprentice series, but with new Skandian characters.

The main character is Hal Mikkelson, a half-Araluen/half-Skandian, member of the Brotherband and captain of the ship Heron. With his crew, Hal must prove their worth and fight for the Skandia.

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The Sigma Force Books in Order: How to read James Rollins Series?

There’s a new Sigma Force book in the store, it’s time for a reading order!

What’s The Sigma Force?

Written by James Rollins, The Sigma Force series is obviously about The SIGMA Force. It is a fictional division of the U.S. DARPA program which purpose is to investigate and to secure sensitive information that could be a threat to the United States.

Based in the sub-basement of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the Sigma Force is leading counterterrorism, research, and covert operations.

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The Oregon Files Books In Order: How to Read the Clive Cussler Series?

Clive Cussler is one of those prolific author that doesn’t seem to stop publishing new work every year. Let’s talk about one of his series.

What are the Oregon Files books about?

Adventure series written by Clive Cussler, The Oregon Files is a spin-off of the Dirk Pitt Series. It focuses on Juan Cabrillo and his crew of mercenaries with a conscience.

More precisely, Cabrillo is the chairman of the Corporation, a special US Government-sponsored group that operates out of a ship called the Oregon. It is described as a marvel of scientific research equipped with state-of-the-art weaponry. But you never guessed it, because the ship is disguised as a heap of junk.

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