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The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1Nough to steal from the infamous Governor of Jamaica With his mother kidnapped his father murdered and Christopher unjustly blamed for the crime he has The Dagger MOBI : no choice but to set off on a dangerous seafaring adventure with bounty hunters on his trail and his only ally an uncle he hardly knows..

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  • C.J. Milbrandt

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1Until the day Captain William uick arrives at port in Kitto's hometown the boy has no idea that his hard working cooper father that's a barrel maker by the by had ever done anything interesting than turn staves into barrels Privateers and pirates Step mothers and half brothers Old secrets and hard memories Slave ships and cheeky monkeys A vivid adventure that takes the time to explore the complexities of integrity loyalty and bravery Eames has impressed me and I'm eager for of his storytelling Now to get my hands on the seuel


  • Madeline

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1This was given to me by my Literature professor who is friends with the author which explains why I spent a couple weeks reading a book clearly not intended for my age group or perhaps my entire gender but on that later Still overall it was a fun experienceThe book is about 12


  • Jarm Boccio

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1Although it took me awhile to get into the story it drag a bit at the beginning by the end I was drawn into the adventure Fine book for a boy who loves the high seas adventure and pirates


  • Karissa

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1I got an advanced reading copy of this book through the Vine program It looked like a fun book a rousing pirate adventure of sorts It was okay; the pacing of the story is a bit off and the characters a bit inconsistent I do think younger readers will enjoy the adventure and the piratesKitto uick is a clubfoot who is learning his father's trade of being a cooper


  • Margo Tanenbaum

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1Looking for a rip roaring adventure story for summer fun reminiscent of classic pirate yarns like Treasure Island but without the challenging vocabulary Make sure to keep an eye out for The Dagger uick a page turning tale from debut author and long time teacher Brian Eames Eames spins the story of 12 year old Christopher uick known as Kitto who lives in 17th century Cornwall and is apprenticed to his father to be a cooper or barrel maker Kitto longs for a life of adventure at sea but with his club foot thinks he is doomed to a boring life in his villageHowever Kitto’s circumstances change dramatically when his long lost uncle the notorious Caribbean pirate captain William uick shows up at their home When Kitto’s father is cruelly murdered Kitto feels he has no option but to go to sea with his uncle whom he’s just met A


  • Nannah

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1I wasn't as impressed with this book as I wanted to be The language seemed a little bit stilted and the story uite contrivedFor example the dialogue would shift to using absolutely NO contractions even where the dialogue would flow better to using many contractions Through the same characters And there was even a time where a character said fairly late in the book I ain't never seen Mum scared which totally contradicts the language that's been used in the book thus far even by this same character And then flip through a couple pages and everyone's using phrases like Whatever for and I know not I'm sure Eames was trying to evoke the atmosphere of the time era through the dialogue but it was very inconsistent and didn't


  • Jacob

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1A good swashbuckling pirate story and my only complaint is that it doesn't stand on its own It's not a big deal since I was planning to read The Dagger X anyway but that is a pet peeve of mine It's youth oriented; I saw this on a shelf at the library and thought my older two boys would like it but they've shied away I insisted it must be a hidden gem and determined to read it myself That will show themFortunately it IS uite good It takes a bit to figure out what's going on at the beginning where the author offers a few too many characters in order to start the ominous feeling of danger right away but it's under control by the end of the first chapter The writing is very readable I didn't see a few of the plot twists coming and I feel like it hits the right balance of intrigue and action This is the kind of story that shows why authors shouldn't worry about preserving their darling original plot despite logic and human nature If someth


  • Laura Shannon

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1I often trade books with my oldest daughter who is 12 She read this book and loved it She loved it so much in fact that she went on and for days about how the ending had such a great cliffhanger and she really hoped that there will be a second book So I decided to give it a tr


  • Ms. Patterson

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1Kitto believes that he will follow his father into the business of making barrels but secretly wishes he could become a sailor instead He was born with a club foot and he knows that limits him in the eyes of the world When he meets his uncle the infamous pirate William Kidd Kitto's life is thrown into turmoil His father is murdered his brother and stepmom are kidnapped and K


  • BAYA Librarian

    The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1 Review ☆ 102 The Dagger uick The Dagger Chronicles #1Kitto Wheale lives in Falmouth in 1689 with his father stepmother and younger brother and is suddenly wrenched out of his ordinary life when he finds out that his uncle is a notorious pirate and he and his father are about to join the pirate Will uick on a voyage to recover a treasure stolen from Henry Morganif Morgan’s men don’t get them first This adventure story is well researched and fast moving although the heavy handed foreshadowing is jarring Awkward and ungrammatical sentences abound and the point of view changes unpredictably Still 5th 7th graders who like pirates will rip right through ituntil the end which does not even have the sort of closure that most ‘first in a series’ books usually give to readersthe action ends abruptly leaving several but not all of t