on December 18, 2008
This book is wonderful, it goes back to the more piraty side of Jacky's adventures.
Jacky's back on the seas, only now she's a pirate. She finaly gets back to england and is running to find Jaimy but when she finds him he's holding the hands of another girl. Jacky's then caught by a press group, and since she's dressed like a boy she's pressed into service on the ship HMS Wolverine. She's immidiatly discovered to be a girl and she tries to escape but is caught and brought back to the ship. Now the horrible captain of the Wolverine has his eyes on Jacky. Can Jacky win the trust of the crew and save herself before this gets messy?
Like i said this goes back to the seas and not all those girl affairs. I really recommend this for fans of the series and new comers alike.
on August 17, 2005
It`s pretty hard to create a great sequel to and outstanding first book, but L.A Meyer does it! Now he creates an intreging attention grabbing hilarious and full of adventure third book in the series. The only problem with these books is that they do have inappropriate parts so you can`t really take them to school and read them, but that doesn`t stop them from becoming a favorite. Now the only problem is I have to wait a year for the next to come out ;(