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Publisher's Summary

Left to rot in the king's jail, and nearly forgotten, Captain Rob and his crew seize an offer to deliver Yuletide cargo to the Town of Dryden by Christmas Eve, in exchange for their release. But to reach their destination in time, earn the king's pardon, and ensure their freedom, they will have to chart a course straight through pirate-infested waters - a fool's errand while sailing under the king's colors.
In the tradition of It's a Wonderful Life and Pirates of the Caribbean, S. DeGiorgio casts the Pacific Ocean as a nautical canvas for a Christmas tale that teaches us you don't have to be a bad man to be a great pirate.
Yo Ho Ho and a Very Merry Christmas! is a short story listeners of all ages will enjoy for years to come.
©2013 S. DeGiorgio (P)2014 S. DeGiorgio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Julie on 10-28-14

Yo ho ho or HO HO HO

What made the experience of listening to Yo Ho Ho and a Very Merry Christmas! the most enjoyable?

The likable crew of pirates

Who was your favorite character and why?

Captain Black Jack Rob wanting to keep with family tradition but not wanting to do wrong

If you could take any character from Yo Ho Ho and a Very Merry Christmas! out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Anders, he sounds like he has many stories to tell of pirating and working for the Kings navy

Any additional comments?

Aye, and shiver me timbers, but Captain Black Jack Rob and his merry group of pirates couldn't be a more likable crew. This story is well written and will be a Christmas favorite with landlubbers and pirates alike. YO HO HO or HO HO HO as the case may be.

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