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Author: William Dufris,D. J. MacHale
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (May 12, 2009)
Language: English
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Book Ten: The Soldiers of Halla. Journal of an adventure through.

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Here is the final book in the Pendragon series: The Soldiers of Halla. All of the main characters of the earlier volumes make their reappearance here in the final fight for Halla and for the vindication of the human spirit. This book is more philosophical than any of the previous volumes. Perhaps this deeper story-line is what lifts the Pendragron Series beyond the realm of the television screenplay.

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The Soldiers of Halla is the tenth and final book in the Pendragon Adventure series by D. J. MacHale. It concludes the battle between the Travelers and Saint Dane. The title was revealed by D. MacHale on December 9, 2008, and was taken from a closing line in the preceding book, Raven Rise. The jacket cover was revealed on March 3, 2009; the book itself was released on May 12, 2009.

We were a little wiser and maybe somewhat overwhelmed by all that had been revealed to us. But at least we were together

We were a little wiser and maybe somewhat overwhelmed by all that had been revealed to us. But at least we were together. d over the head with a big fat reality stick. Uncle Press addressed us all. In spite of all you’ve heard, Solara is not dead. At least, the Solara that has always been is not dead. You all sense the presence of the spirit here, don’t you?. I looked around to see my friends nodding. Solara is at its lowest point. The toll of this battle has been huge.

The Soldiers of Halla. Narrated by William Dufris. All the thrills and sadness; the hope and despair. Bobby Pendragon's heart-pounding journey through time and space has brought him to this epic moment. He and his fellow Travelers must join forces for one last desperate battle against Saint Dane. At stake is not only the tenth and final territory, but all that ever was or will be. Everywhere. This is the war for Halla. Every question is answered. Every truth is revealed. The final battle has begun. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

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It has all been leading to this. Every victory. Every loss. All the thrills and sadness; the hope and despair. Bobby Pendragon’s heart-pounding journey through time and space has brought him to this epic moment. He and his fellow Travelers must join forces for one last desperate battle against Saint Dane. At stake is not only the tenth and final territory, but all that ever was or will be. Everywhere. This is the war for Halla. Every question is answered. Every truth is revealed. The final battle has begun.
Comments: (7)
Trash Obsession
Well, after 9 books, countless plot twists, and endless theories as to how the series would end, DJ MacHale finally ended the epic Pendragon Adventure. I won't reveal any spoilers, only comment on the book and the story it tells (and ends)

I will admit, at first, I was a little worried how MacHale would set up the pace. The first 150 pages, while undoubtedly important, seemed to have an aggravatingly slow, detail by detail method of storytelling. Those concerns were luckily unfounded, as the action never ceased once Bobby finally set off on the main adventure. The action was well done, and the explanations behind all the Traveler mysticism actually worked surprisingly well. Many complained of how MacHale revealed all the secrets in only 70 pages in one book. I can see why, but I'm glad he chose this route. I feel like if he had revealed these secrets in bits and pieces throughout the series (as several people have suggested), it would have made the truly cosmic revelations less interesting, and probably would have overloaded the books. I also appreciated how MacHale used description. While prose isn't his strong point (and arguably, these books weren't supposed to provide epic prose in the first place), in this book he finally nailed the right balance on how much detail to reveal. His descriptions of the Territories in the first 9 books were epic, but were sometimes burdensome. Since the final book doesn't spend too much time on any one territory, it's finally free of that problem. The characters were of course still as lovable as ever, though I do feel like some (Notably Siri and Gunny) could have been given more to do. But I guess one has to keep in mind that this ultimately is Bobby's story (in this book more than any other). Overall, I feel the story the book told made a good finale. It wasn't perfect, but no book, and especially no book finale, ever really is.

O.K, I lied. I will spoil one thing, because I absolutely have to talk about the ending.

For those who don't know, the story ended with the Travelers departing this world to take on their role as almost-literal gods. The epilogue had a Bobby with no memories of his life as a Traveler, dying in a hospital with his beloved Courtney, making out, just like in the first book. Uncle Press walked in (sound familiar?), and handed Bobby the Journals he recorded as a Traveler. The End.

Many people hated this ending. It boggles me as to why. I totally understand why MacHale did this: He wanted to prove that the job of being a Traveler is a selfless job, a theme he tried (and largely succeeded in) weaving throughout the series. But he knew that he couldn't just have Bobby go through all he went through with no reward (He even had Bobby point out the unfairness of this). So he gave Bobby the one thing he wanted: a normal life. Many didn't understand how this was possible, but I think I do: Uncle Press mentioned that the Spirits of Solara have the ability to live in whatever reality they want. I think this was what ultimately happened to Bobby. I think he chose to live a life as if the Traveler adventure had never happened. As to why MacHale had Uncle Press show up to remind him of this adventure, I don't know. But I suppose it doesn't matter: I personally like endings that don't always give you all the answers.

So overall, this was a great book, and a great way to end a great series. Hobey Ho!
Phain
"Here is the final book in the Pendragon series: The Soldiers of Halla. Author D. J. MacHale goes to great effort to explain all the unexplained, to tie the loose ends... This book is more philosophical than any of the previous volumes. We realize that this has not been simply an adventure story, but the screenwriter MacHale has given us a saga that allows us to reflect on the essential reality of humanity: the freedom to choose good and to fight evil. All of the main characters of the earlier volumes make their reappearance here in the final fight for Halla and for the vindication of the human spirit.

Perhaps this deeper story-line is what lifts the Pendragron Series beyond the realm of the television screenplay. What seemed like the story of a preadolescent thrown into an adventure beyond him (in volume 1) has become the story of the unlikely hero fostering what is most noble in the human spirit, not simply to preserve a civilization but to "save the world".

On a personal note, I received this volume (like the last three volumes in the Pendragon Series) on the day it was first made public. The reading has been exciting, stimulating, entertaining, troubling... all the things that make for an engaging story. Will the Pendragon series stand the test of time? Is it too American? Time will tell. For our place and time, however, the Pendragon series is an important contribution for those who would engage the issues of our time: justice, integrity, solidarity, loyalty, the humble pursuit of truth, the need to fight for what is right (to name a few). Pendragon, from book 1 to this final book 10, is a series that I highly recommend.
Bladebringer
No need to go into all the details, but this book had everything. The explanation of where Press and Bobby and the travelers come from was sound and believable enough. The return of favorite characters was a plus and the whole setup and conclusion were clever and I know it had to be hard to try and wrap up this series, explain everything and make the book where even those who had never read Pendragon could follow. Critics want only what they want and who cares about that. Books can't be all things to all people, but this one comes close. I have loved this series from the beginning and I hope DJ MacHale writes another series at some point. So far he is 2 for 2 in my book--I also liked Encyclopedia Brown when I was a child.
Fantastic ending. Very satisfying. The suspense at the end makes the whole book. I highly recommend this book and by all means the whole series if you haven't read the others.

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If you have read the book and hate the epilogue, read it again and consider Bobby could have been void of his memories until the journals are once again in his hand, thus his wish is granted at the end of the book.
Phenade
Im a fan of all the pendragon books. They are totally awesome. This book was no diffrent. But you know how all the books start out with Bobby looking back and saying this is how it all began, well if the epilogue had been in the beginning I would have thrown the book down, before I had even started. Thats how much it felt off. So the story went in a diffrent direction towards the end but oh well, it was still good and deserved 5 Stars. That was until you read the epilogue. I actually went back and reread it twice and then thought. Wow. That was not what I expected. I hope that in future versions of Pendragon that the epilogue is not included. It just makes you go HUH, I read these books for how many years to end up with a.... a... since of blah. "This is not the way it was meant to be".