Old enough to be used
Young enough to be broken
Sassinak was 12 when the raiders came. That made her just the right age: old enough to be used, young enough to be broken. Or so the slavers thought. But Sassy turned out to be a little different from your typical slave girl. Maybe it was her unusual physical strength. Maybe it was her friendship with the captured Fleet crewman. Maybe it was her spirit. Whatever it was, it wouldn't let her resign herself to the life of a slave. She bided her time, watched for her moment. Finally it came, and she escaped.
But that was only the beginning for Sassinak. Now she's a Fleet Captain with a pirate-chasing ship of her own, and only one regret in her life: not enough pirates.
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I hoped for better; I didn't get it.
- CatBookMom "Life-long reader, 10 years listening"
Really bad narration
A different narrator who can pronounce words correctly. I spent 2/3's of my time trying to figure out what he was saying, and I've read the book in print!
The story is great. I have read it in print several times.
Anybody else. Susan Ericksen, Sally Darling, Gregory St. John, Nick Podehl.
I don't think I'd cut any of them. They all play a purpose.
Gah. The narrator totally ruined this one for me.
- Amazon Customer