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Isle of Fire

5.0 average, based on 3 reviews

£6.99 £5.99

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Brace yourself for a thrilling high-seas adventure and dare to set sail for the Isle of Fire."A great explosion rocked the crowded harbor. The ferocious blaze engulfed ship after ship expanding the circle of destruction in mere heartbeats. The fire rain had been unleashed."As Cat’s memory returns, he realizes that he has lived two very different lives. Now he must choose whether to return to the ways of his notorious father and join the evil Merchant, or defy the Merchant and risk his life to save his friends.The best-selling Isle of Swords adventure continues in Isle of Fire as ancient mariners rise from legend and cut an all-too-real swath of destruction across the Atlantic. The newly formed Wolf Fleet scours the Caribbean, hunting the pirates they once called comrades. And in the pitiless winds of a monstrous hurricane, whole fleets will be blasted apart and devoured.

Author / Artist
Book Format Paperback / softback
Publisher Thomas Nelson (August 2009)
Weight 476g
No. of Pages 352
Thickness 20 mm
Height 213 mm
Width 140 mm
ISBN 9781400315123
ISBN-10 1400315123
Product Code 2519553

 

Product Code: 978-1-4003-1512-3

Manufacturer: Thomas Nelson

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

Loved it from the first word!!!

Everyone loves a good pirate story. But everyone also HATES copy-cats. Wayne Batson successfully does what everyone loves. I was expecting a good read when I bought it, but not only did the book surpass its predecessor Isle of Swords, it destroyed my expectations. Think about it. How far can you go with a traditional pirate story? But no, Mr. Batson doesn't write traditional anything. The characters of this story are very different from that of a normal pirate tale, they aren't evil, wretched, pirates filled with gold lust and meaningless violence. Declan Ross hates what he does. Is it a contradiction? No. It's real life. As Cat struggles with his past he is confronted with a terrible temptation. A very cool and original villain, The Merchant, arises and tempts Cat with power and such. I really liked this character. He was very mysterious and quite original. All-in-all the story is very unlike a traditional tale of pirates. It is much...deeper and intriguing than the like. And it is written in such a way that it actually could have happened, what with Edward Teach serving beneath one of the head baddies. If you read Isle of Swords read this. It'll blow you away. If you're looking for an interesting story with the ring of truth. Give it a shot. I'll bet you'll be more than satisfied.

Nathan Petrie :: 24 Jul 2015, 18:51

Really Great Read!!!

I really liked this book because it is an excellent story about how a small group of people joined together to defeat a common enemy. It goes into detail about the different scenes and all the action that went on in this book. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good pirate story. My favorite character was Commodore Brandon Blake.

Preston Roofener :: 24 Jul 2015, 18:48

Great read!!!

I really liked this book because it is an excellent story about how a small group of people joined together to defeat a common enemy. It goes into detail about the different scenes and all the action that went on in this book. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good pirate story. My favorite character was Commodore Brandon Blake.

Preston Roofener :: 24 Jul 2015, 18:48

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