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Blue Sea Burning: The Chronicles of Egg, Book 3

By Mary Eisenhart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Swords, explosions, life lessons as comic pirate tale ends.

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Embellished with fearsome pirates, buried treasure, slave traders, poignant romance and forays to exotic locales, this book winds up the saga with sweetness, panache, and severed limbs. Egg's earnest, comically deadpan narrative voice adds much to the story's appeal, as he grapples with challenges large and small, dodging death one minute and plunged into romantic angst as Millicent takes up with the handsome Cyril.

One peril gives way to another in the fast-moving plot as Egg seeks to avenge his father's death, win Millicent's heart, stand by his friends, evade all the people trying to kill him, and be worthy of the large amount of money it cost Burn Healy to free him from danger in Book 2.

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