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Bling into the creekWhen he snaps out of it Ricky is shirtless wet and on a raft in the middle of the Caribbean Sea being chased by pirates one of whom looks like Mr Clawson Ricky's English teacher He concocts a plan to get back home but in pirate land Ricky learns some things are worse than being unpopular in high school MUCH worse Like you can get cursed to sail with pirates forever and ever and everWritten for the General Market G Contains no sexual dialogue or strong language May also contain some content of an inspirationalreligious natureMoonbeam Book Award Winner Selah Award Winner Best Seller in Teen Young Adult Pirate Adventure eBooks Best Seller in Teen Young Adult Christian Values Virtues Fiction Best Seller in Teen Young Adult Fiction about Disabilities Special NeedsInterview with the Author Why should a boy or girl begin reading the Caribbean Chronicles SeriesNovels in the Caribbean Chronicles Series are fast fun clean teen and tween books that take readers back to the Golden Age of Piracy Boys and girls will fall in love with the uirky characters Ricky Bradshaw meets their pir I finished the book over a week ago and have been mulling over what I should say about it I think my expectations for the book may have been too high First I like pirate books who doesn t And then it has received a couple of awards so I expected it to be pretty good Bear with me while I go through a list of things I liked and things that werenot so clearRatingPG 13The good PG 13 for violence and light adult themes The publisher actually rated this book themselves yay You go PYPThe not so clear People died in the book and it was no big deal Unlike RL Copple s book Mind Game there was no apparent respect for life Perhaps they weren t real in the main character s opinion since they were in an alternate reality setting but this wasn t clear

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The Curse of Captain LaFoote

If you drowned and of Captain eBook #9734 the sea spit you out thrusting you back into the golden age of piracy buried treasure and beauty beyond belief would you stayRicky The Curse MOBI #180 Bradshaw is just another gangly freshman hoping to fit in or at least not get picked on and maybe catch the attention of Becky Nance a girl in Curse of Captain PDFEPUB #190 his biology class Except sometimes Ricky zones out in class because he has absence seizures If you've never heard of absence seizures that's okay A lot of people haven't Ricky's teachers are a lot of those people And that's what happens to Ricky on Christmas Eve he has an episode With his mom out of town and it snowing and popcorn popping in a faulty microwave Ricky's apartment building catches on fire Rushing out of the building Ricky spies the pizza delivery guy with his dinner Minutes later cold alone and pretty sure he and the stupid microwave are the reason for the fire he sits on the dock at the marina with cold pizza in his lap It is then he feels an episode coming on Before he can stop it Ricky zones out and falls forward tum This was a lot of fun Good clean Thank You fun The kids at our school will love it

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Ate sayings not so bright antics and the way Ricky helps capture ships and find treasure by using the skills and knowledge a st century boy would when thrust back into the age of pirates Why should parents buy the Caribbean Chronicles Series for their boys and girlsParents will appreciate the positive moral values and the absence of profanity and sexual situations As an awkward self conscious teen Ricky struggles with absence seizures But his episodes also provide a way for him to travel back in time and alter current and future events provided he can escape pirate land without getting killed What age is appropriate for these booksThe Caribbean Chronicles Series is appropriate for mature sixth grade readers Other parents may choose seventh or eighth grade due to the fact that Ricky IS fighting with pirates The blood and gore isn't too much but pirates were not nice people It's also a great nostalgic read for adults who enjoy reading about pirates and sailing adventure stories Beginning with the third book in the series The End of Calico Jack each book focuses on the adventures of a real pirat Action packed fast paced full of intrigue and suspense What could you ask for in a book The Curse of Captain Lafoote is written as a YA but as an adult I loved it You ll dive deep into the life of a pirate at sea the crew at the mercy of the Captain s will Unsuspecting Ricky is pulled from the life he knows of video games and pizza and brought aboard a pirate ship sailing the seas long before he was born As he tries to make sense of what is going on he has to make choices to stay alive Aboard the ship he faces adventures he never would have expected As he learns the ropes on board the pirate vessel he also learns about himself and the man he is becomingI can t recommend The Curse of Captain Lafoote enough both for youth and adults 5 Stars and I hope there wil


10 thoughts on “The Curse of Captain LaFoote

  1. says:

    “The Curse of Captain LaFoote” may have been written with the young adult reader in mind but this older reader was completely swept up in the tale The adventure begins with an ordinary fifteen year old who th

  2. says:

    This was a lot of fun Good clean Thank You fun The kids at our school will love it

  3. says:

    I could not get into this story

  4. says:

    This is a very different book for me I like mysterythrillers but I fancied a change and I like the blurb of this book so thought I would give it ago I did enjoy it but it took me awhile to get use to the jumping around Every time the main character gets into trouble and he touches water he wakes up some where else it kind of reminded me of the tv show Forever not sure if he died each time or not I think that should have been explained a bi

  5. says:

    I finished the book over a week ago and have been mulling over what I should say about it I think my expectations for the book may have been too high First I like pirate books who doesn’t And then it has received a couple of awards so I expected it to be pretty good Bear with me while I go through a list of things I liked and things that

  6. says:

    Well I wrote the book so I shouldn't say too much The publisher sent me a pre order copy to review They've done a great job with the layout and look Here's the short press releaseOn December 4 Port Yonder Press released the Kindle version of The Curse of Captain LaFoote — a Young Adult novel by Eddie Jones “My goal in writing this book was to spur the imagination of young readers” says Eddie “Boys esp

  7. says:

    This book was hard to read It was confusing and it didn't seem to have a plot A lot of things happened but it didn't seem to really have plotI felt like there should have been emotional reactions Everything was from Ricky's perspective so I was in his head but most of the time I didn't know what he was thinking so I didn

  8. says:

    This is a great fantasyadventure for the whole family Although children below the age of 8 or 9 will need it read to them It would also make a good movie I say this as a grandfather of five so don't mistake it for a kids only book Eddie has p

  9. says:

    Action packed fast paced full of intrigue and suspense What could you ask for in a book The Curse of Captain Lafoote is written as a YA but as an adult I loved it You'll dive deep into the life of a pirate at sea the crew at the mercy of the

  10. says:

    The Curse of Captian LaFoote is geared towards the Young Fiction Audience young teen or middle school age I wanted to make sure that I was comfortable before handing it over to my Son to read Eddie Jones has a passion for