Ebba-Viva Fairisles: Immortal Plunder Review

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Blurb from Goodreads:

There are three types of people in the Exosian Realm—males, females, and pirates.

I’m a pirate. One with six overprotective fathers for a crew. And if I’m telling the honest truth, not just the pirate truth, having so many fathers is working pretty well for me so far.

When I’m caught eavesdropping on the pirates of Malice, they retaliate with violence, and my fathers become set on revenge. But simple payback cascades into shattering misfortune.

Unexplainable magical happenings and impossible creatures propel me toward a fate much darker than stealing plunder. A terrible beast drags forth horrible truths of my fathers’ pasts which call my entire life into question. Now, my sheltered upbringing is swelling into a furious storm that I must, for the first time in seventeen years, navigate without my crew.

An intense russet-haired landlubber seeks to help me. A savvy silver-eyed Malice pirate strives to hinder me. But the further I drift, the more I wonder—am I helping or hindering myself?

Can I stand on my own two feet to claim victory?

And if so. . .what will that victory cost?

Prepare to sail into a realm of gritty high-stakes adventure, swashbuckling characters, forgotten magic, and slow-burn romance. A story full of heart, with a large twist of humor, scroll up and one-click to discover this exciting new tale by USA Today Bestselling author, Kelly St Clare, today!

My Review:

Immortal Plunder is an absolutely fantastic read. It has everything one could want when it comes to a novel surrounding pirates. And it’s done in a manner that engulfs you so much that you feel as if you’re actually there with the crew. From the very first page you’re transported into the world created by Kelly St. Clare.

You feel Ebba-Viva’s frustration with other pirates as they belittle her six fathers. You feel her turmoil as things go awry and she must figure out what to do. You feel her stomach churn as she’s trapped in a carriage with a lady that just wants to change her into a ‘proper lady’. The writing is so beautifully done that you feel all the characters emotions with them and want to be by their side as they go on their journey throughout Immortal Plunder.

I highly recommend this novel and series to anyone that loves pirates. It’s absolutely brilliant.

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