Daughter of the Pirate King
If you want something done right . . .When the ruthless pirate king learns of a legendary treasure map hidden on an enemy ship, his daughter, Alosa, knows there's only one pirate for the job—herself. Leaving behind her beloved ship and crew, Alosa deliberately facilitates her own kidnapping to... show more
If you want something done right . . .When the ruthless pirate king learns of a legendary treasure map hidden on an enemy ship, his daughter, Alosa, knows there's only one pirate for the job—herself. Leaving behind her beloved ship and crew, Alosa deliberately facilitates her own kidnapping to ensure her passage on the ship, confident in her ability to overcome any obstacl
Format: Kindle Edition
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Audience: Young Adult Format: Audiobook We're outnumbered. Outgunned. Seven of my men lie dead on their backs. Two more jumped overboard as soon as they saw the black flag of the Night Farer on the horizon. - opening paragraph Seventeen-year-old Alosa is not only the daughter of the Pirate K...
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleI received this book from Booklikes in exchange for an honest review.Let's start with the cover. Damn, this book is beautiful. Love the font, love the design. Definitely makes you want to read it. On the inside cover, there is even a wonderful diagram ...
⭐️4 stars⭐️Even a man who's spent his whole life at sea has reason to fear her when she's angry.But not I. I sleep soundly. Listening to her music. The sea watches over me.She protects her own.
Half the reason I requested this galley was because of the pirates. Even better was the fact that the lead pirate in the novel is a girl. There are not enough pirates of any gender in YA literature! Alosa is the daughter of the new pirate king and the captain of her own ship. But she is more than ...
After finishing I was baffled as to how to rate this. It's the same old question though isn't it. Because rating is really completely subjective, though I do try and look at it objectively. In the end rating has a lot to do with how much one enjoys a book. And here lies my dilemma. I like the idea o...