Wrath of the Bloodeye (The Last Apprentice / Wardstone Chronicles, Book 5)
Thomas Ward has spent two years as the Spook's apprentice. He's faced unimaginable peril, and survived. But a new danger has emerged: an ancient water witch, Bloodeye, is roaming the County intent on destroying everything in her path. To strengthen his skills, Tom is sent to the far north to... show more
Thomas Ward has spent two years as the Spook's apprentice. He's faced unimaginable peril, and survived. But a new danger has emerged: an ancient water witch, Bloodeye, is roaming the County intent on destroying everything in her path. To strengthen his skills, Tom is sent to the far north to train with the demanding Bill Arkwright. Arkwright lives in a haunted mill on the edge of a treacherous marsh, and his training methods prove to be harsh and sometimes cruel. Will Tom's new bag of tricks be enough to overcome a critical mistake that leaves him confronting Bloodeye on his own?
Publish date: August 26th 2008
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Pages no: 516
Edition language: English
Series: The Last Apprentice / Wardstone Chronicles (#5)
Wrath of the Bloodeye is the fifth book in The Last Apprentice/Wardstone Chronicles series. All of the main characters, Tom, Alice and the Spook are once again battling the dark. Tom has a temporary new master, Bill Arkwright, for six months to teach him all of the things he needs to know to battle ...
The Fiend is now in the world and the dark is increasing. John Gregory thinks it is time to send Tom to Bill Arkwright for more training, who was once his apprentice.When Tom meets Bill and lives with him for a few days, he's not sure about much more he can take. Bill is not like his master, but Tom...
Sometimes, I don't like Mr. Gregory that much. >_< And I was sooooo shocked that bit about Alice. Maybe that's the reason why I really don't like her too, like Mr. Gregory. :O The way she always nagged Tom to do this and that... Maybe I do have basis for it all.
I thought the book started a little slower than the other books in the series. But, by the end, the pace and storyline really picked up and really has me looking forward to the next four books in the series.
With many series, it's fairly easy to map the course of events for every book before even cracking the spine. You know the hero will follow her or his patterns from previous books. The books become almost formulaic. I thought I had figured out the formula to The Last Apprentice: Tom and his master w...