Teen Book Review

Review by Samantha, Windsor Branch

Rapture of the Deep by L. A. Meyer


In 1806 Jacky Faber is forced to travel to the Carribean to search for sunken gold for Britain.  There she meets many people from her past.

I picked it up because I love the series and the slight dialect used in it.

I finished it because I got drawn in to the adventures in the book, and Jacky's unique personality.

I'd recommend it to people who like pirates and adventure books.  It's not a boring historical fiction book.

Check out the other books in this series, too.

Bloody Jack

The Curse of the Blue Tattoo

Under the Jolly Roger

In the Belly of the Bloodhound

Mississippi Jack

My Bonny Light Horseman

Rapture of the Deep

The Wake of Lorelei Lee

The Mark of the Golden Dragon





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