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Dean and Eldric Whittaker have never known their parents. Orphaned in a pirate attack on their village, they were raised by the mysterious wizard Rorschach. The only clue to their heritage, their strange abilities to control the power of fire and ice.
Harboring a hate for the pirate lords and a thirst for revenge, the brothers set out on their own voyage to hunt down and kill the man who murdered their parents. But in a world inhabited by monsters and ruled by men with the power of gods, can they survive long enough to achieve their goal?
Crossbones is the first installment in a series of swashbuckling fantasy novels.
If you like action-packed battles, swashbuckling heroes, and witty one-liners, then you'll love Stefan M. Nardi's epic high seas adventure.
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By Josh R on 10-07-16
An interesting pirate and magic themed novel
Crossbones is an interesting pirate and magic themed novel. I easily finished this book in one sitting. This book is an action packed adventure from the beginning to the end with great fight scenes throughout the book. The author did a great job introducing and building the main characters, and I found them easily relatable. Unfortunately, I didn’t know that this book is the first in a new series when I started listening to it, so it leaves a lot of unanswered questions. The narrator did an ok job, but at times it was difficult for me to distinguish which character would be speaking. There were some other characters that he voiced where he did a great job, and brought a lot of life to them. Overall, this book is worth a listen and I look forward to listening to book two.
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By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 11-04-16
Glad This is a Series
I was given this book for an unbiased review via audiobook boom. I am glad this is a series. Perhaps more will be revealed about what came before and the author will go back and make a few transitional things happen. Not sure about the book but perhaps I will come back and listen again since it is so short. I try to provide reviews that will help not only the reader but the author as well. This book needs a little fine tuning.
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