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I just finished reading all the Jack Sparrow and Legends of the Brethren Court books and The Price of Freedom. One question I still have is how did Barbossa come to be Jack's first mate and how did he plan the mutiny? At the end of The Price of Freedom Barbossa doesn't appear to be part of Jack's crew on the maiden voyage of the Black Pearl, but Barbossa is Jack's first mate in the Legends series which seems to be fairly soon after Jack got the Black Pearl. I was disappointed this book is not in print book form. It did a nice job of wrapping up the Legends series. When I first heard it was only in e-edition, I thought "well maybe I'll skip it"...I haven't fully embraced e-books yet. But when I got to the end of book four in this series, I HAD to read it. It probably took me three or four hours to read each book in this series. The writing is entertaining, almost like watching a movie. Much better than the Jack Sparrow series, but way more elementary/middle schoolish than The Price of Freedom. Jack is getting to be very flamboyant, and some parts made me laugh out loud. However, I still want MORE!
Day of the Shadow completes the Legends of the Brethren Court series. I was so happy when I was able to find this book! The plotline is good; the ending I didn't really except. The only problem was with the timeline again: Will is too young in these books to even be in The Curse of the Black Pearl. I would have loved though if they told us more about Barbossa's family and why was he out here in the Caribbean. All in all, a very good book.
Frustrated by the book order being canceled I was happy to finally see the book available.in keeping with the rest of the series this was a fitting end to the series. The series is a lot of fun for potc fans though aimed for middle school age. Hope the series is as enjoyable to all as it was to me. I recommend this series along with this final installment to my middle school class