Vampirates: Demons of the Ocean (book 1) ARC
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And vampires are worse,
Then I pray that as long as I be
That though I sing of Vampirates
I never one shall see.
Twins Connor and Grace never dreamed that there was any truth to the Vampirate shanty their father sang to them before he died, but that was before the two were shipwrecked and separated from each other. For Connor, who is taken aboard a pirate ship, there's the chance to learn to sword fight, but for Grace, aboard a mysterious ship of vampire pirates, the danger is great. The twins want more than anything to find each other, but their time is limited and they're an ocean apart.
This was a swift-moving, interesting read... reminded me a bit of Darren Shan's wonderful Cirque Du Freak series. It's young adult so not a very complex or convoluted story line, but that simply made for an even quicker read considering it's 330 pages.
Though all ends on a happy note when Connor and Grace are eventually reunited, another danger has boarded the Diablo, which causes the story to end on another minor cliffhanger, and thus left me craving Tide of Terror, the next in the series.
This is now reserved for Gailcm, who pulled it from the Paranormal VBB during round 9 (Feb 07).
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Mailed to Gailcm in Scotland via International Surface Mail on 16-April-2007.