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The Pirate ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ The Pirate Author E.C. Jarvis – Thomashillier.co.uk Larissa s new role as Captain of a pirate airship was never going to be simple The mess of events that lead to her change of career don t seem to be abating Can she convince her crew to stick around t Larissa s new role as Captain of a pirate airship was never going to be simple The mess of events that lead to her change of career don t seem to be abating Can she convince her crew to stick around through all the unusual and dangerous events Or will she succumb to the mounting pressure and grief that others impose on her at every turn The unravelling mysteries from her past mingle perilously with airships, fights, and explosions galoreThe Pirate is bookof the Blood and Destiny Series, following on directly from the events of The Machine.


10 thoughts on “The Pirate

  1. Amanda Lindsey Bursting Bookshelf Blog Amanda Lindsey Bursting Bookshelf Blog says:

    Another amazing story by EC Jarvis I m already anticipating Book 3 The War I fell in love with the characters and plot in Book 1 And that didn t change in the second installment I love the way it s written, it fits, the plot and characters Such a great book This is by far one of my favorite series Larissa aka Cap N continues her adventures, findingtrouble along the way, her lust relationship or lack there of for Holt and finding although briefly her long lost father I couldn t Another amazing story by EC Jarvis I m already anticipating Book 3 The War I fell in love with the characters and plot in Book 1 And that didn t change in the second installment I love the way it s written, it fits, the plot and characters Such a great book This is by far one of my favorite series Larissa aka Cap N continues her adventures, findingtrouble along the way, her lust relationship or lack there of for Holt and finding although briefly her long lost father I couldn t put it down Steampunk


  2. Kayla Krantz Kayla Krantz says:

    The second book of this amazing series documents the continuing journey of Larissa, Holt, and Cid as they travel to the Eptora landscape in search of the Anthonium sourceand answers of course On their journey, they encounter many hiccups, picking up a slew of new passengers as they make their way into the heart of never before faced dangers.Highly recommended read


  3. Simone Simone says:

    Excellent More intrigue,adventure andcompelling than the first Loved every minute of it and finished it in one sitting Very excited for the next instalment


  4. K. J. Harrowick K. J. Harrowick says:

    Why I picked up this book I recently read the first book in this series, The Machine, and utterly fell in love with the world, the characters, and everything about it If you love dark and devious villains as much as I do, it s a book you don t want to miss After a major book hangover recovery, I immediately snagged the second book in the series, ready to dive right into another adventure with Holt and Captain Larissa Markus.This review may contain spoilers.What I loved The Rafirin was a fantas Why I picked up this book I recently read the first book in this series, The Machine, and utterly fell in love with the world, the characters, and everything about it If you love dark and devious villains as much as I do, it s a book you don t want to miss After a major book hangover recovery, I immediately snagged the second book in the series, ready to dive right into another adventure with Holt and Captain Larissa Markus.This review may contain spoilers.What I loved The Rafirin was a fantastic new spin to this delicious series While I missed watching the quirky cat Imago padding around, the payoff at the end where readers witness an entirely new style of species is definitely worth it.I really liked the addition of Kensington s character as well as the Cleric They both really brought a rich weave to the fabric of this tale.Areas needing a touch of refinement I struggled with Holt s character this round He s still absolutely my favorite, but there were moments where he did things that felt out of character And the sexual tension between Larissa and Holt took a bit of a nosedive As a reader, I feltstranded in what s going on vs any true rooting for the characters.This is subjective and I say it with both love and hugs but Do Not Stop The story Mid scene This is a huge pet peeve of mine, so take it with a grain of salt, but this story did not have the rich arc the way the first book did Then it just stops mid scene with to be continued I was already very invested in this adventure, but a dead stop before the story has any sort of resolution really made the whole thing feel like a bunch of filler chapters between book one and the next true arc As a reader, this is extremely frustrating.Overall For anyone who is considering this book, here are some things to know It s not nearly as dark or devious as the first book This one seems to have lost a lot of the first book s edge The story drops you off a cliff at the end There is no end, really It just stops A lot is left unexplained, and the richness between Larissa and Holt is a bit stilted It does have some fantastic moments that are worth the read, and it is still a good adventure.So as much as I love this series so far, I m now very gun shy about picking up the next book Does the next book shove readers off a cliff as well, or does it resolve this story s open threads I want to see stronger sexual tension again between Larissa and Holt they are 90% of the reason I love this series But some of my favorite characters were killed off as well so I m very hesitant.For any reader who loves the idea of this series but didn t particularly like the grimdark spin of the first book, you may enjoy this second oneFor me, I m crossing my fingers that if when I dive into the next book, all the glorious darkness and edgy characters return to their devious deeds


  5. N.W. Moors N.W. Moors says:

    The Pirate in the second book in the Blood and Destiny series Our heroine, Larissa, is captain of the pirate airship with her motley crew after the battle with Dr Orother and his men Cid, Holt, and the rest of her crew decide that their next port is Eptora, the country across the sea and the enemy of their President But it is possibly where Larissa can find her father and the source of the Anthonium.I really enjoyed The Machine, the first book in the series The Pirate is a good story, but I The Pirate in the second book in the Blood and Destiny series Our heroine, Larissa, is captain of the pirate airship with her motley crew after the battle with Dr Orother and his men Cid, Holt, and the rest of her crew decide that their next port is Eptora, the country across the sea and the enemy of their President But it is possibly where Larissa can find her father and the source of the Anthonium.I really enjoyed The Machine, the first book in the series The Pirate is a good story, but I didn t have quite the same interest Part of it, I think, was that there was no clear antagonist like Dr Orother The Cleric, who was the primary bad guy wasWormtongue than Nazgul if I can borrow from LOTR There were also a few too many convenient devices that would appear when Larissa needed them the cipher key, the cloth and message boxes from Orother s lair, etc.Still, this is a quick read and the characters are fun The tension between Larissa and Holt is still there and you care about these characters as a reader and want to see what happens next I m looking forward to The War, the next book in the series


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