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The Wrath of a Shipless Pirate By Aaron Pogue,

  • Title: The Wrath of a Shipless Pirate
  • Author: Aaron Pogue
  • ISBN: 9781612184531
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Foully betrayed and left to die alone in the tomb of a dead god, Corin Hugh has emerged victorious from an unexpected quest, hungry for revenge and sporting strange new powers He soon sees the perfect chance to right the wrong that was done to him and rescue an innocent victim in the process.But he must act quickly, using all of his cunning, because his arch enemy and betFoully betrayed and left to die alone in the tomb of a dead god, Corin Hugh has emerged victorious from an unexpected quest, hungry for revenge and sporting strange new powers He soon sees the perfect chance to right the wrong that was done to him and rescue an innocent victim in the process.But he must act quickly, using all of his cunning, because his arch enemy and betrayer, Ethan Blake, has left his civilian days behind and resumed his position as the tyrant Vestossis, a powerful and seemingly untouchable member of the mighty ruling family.Corin is soon joined in his quest by a beautiful and mysterious druid named Aemelia, who possesses otherworldly powers of her own and, strangely, seems to know Corin better than he knows himself.Set against a dark backdrop of betrayal, tyranny, and supernatural forces, the two unlikely heroes must combine their powers and, ultimately, learn to trust one another as they race against time itself in an epic battle for freedom and good.
    The Wrath of a Shipless Pirate Foully betrayed and left to die alone in the tomb of a dead god Corin Hugh has emerged victorious from an unexpected quest hungry for revenge and sporting strange new powers He soon sees the perfect

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    1. This book is the second in the Godlander Series by Aaron Pogue If I have to tell you by now that there are spoilers ahead, I ll be very disappointed My review of the first book in the series, The Dreams of a Dying God, was written pre blog, but you can read it here, if you like ______________________________________________________________________________I read the first book in the series several years ago, started this book, and promptly became distracted by something shiny The poor thing has [...]

    2. Rogue s Wrath of a Shipless Pirate was a good read but perhaps I was not his audience He is a good writer and writes dialogue comfortably in the 4 5 star area, but overshot the scope of the plot for a book this size It reads like a narrative of a DD romp, with named characters discarded along the way with a whim This crowding of characters and confusion of which characters were actually Characters and which were Scenery made it difficult to follow or even perceive character development Plot them [...]

    3. I received this through a giveaway at the same time as the first in the series, so thanks to , the author, and the publisher for the free books.I was as pleased with this installment as I was with the first It was well written and properly edited, and I had no major issues with narrative flow or plot character development In this book, the main character, Corin Hugh, continues his struggles to obtain revenge and to fulfill his mission from the first book to save the integrity of his reality He g [...]

    4. I happened to enter in the giveaway around the time it started, and by the time it ended, I was one of the winners So I got this book for free I realized I had to quickly read the first book and wow it was actually fast The first book, I realized, should have had back story on a lot of things places characters, well, depending on the author s goal for them By this I mean the main character, Corin, and how we did not see him grow into the person he was Should this create mystery, or questions re [...]

    5. This sequel to The Dreams of a Dying God is tighter, richer and deeper than its predecessor It was very enjoyable It s a great ride that just reminds me of great adventure movies from the golden age of Hollywood And this book would make a fun movie.One of my favorite aspects of Corin is that he is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve his goals even murder but he always tries to defend the innocent and downtrodden.I liked the first book in this series but this one is better in every way Aft [...]

    6. Won on The Godlanders war The Wrath of a Shipless Pirate by AAron PogueI enjoyed this book so much mainly because I read the first one This is a stand alone book as he explains parts of first book.Corin Hugh reappears after Ethan Blake leaves him for dead and stills and sinks his ship This quest is for revenge on Blake Corin is a charmer and can make you smile as he bargains his way around to find Blake before he sets out for another mission another story Corin can skip time and fight and con yo [...]

    7. I received this book for free through First Reads This book stands alone but if you have a chance to read the first book it should help you appreciate this one much , I am assuming I thought I would like this book because it started out really good it really did , but I find it was a little dull or the body of the book wasn t developed enough for me I am still not sure which I actually liked the book I read it to the end, so I had to like it, it just felt like it was missing something Overall 3. [...]

    8. There are scores to settle.Corin is back and filled with a vengeance He searches out old acquaintances to help him settle deeds done against him and others The characters are defined Some from book one and new ones introduced in this book Lots of adventure, lovers lost, treachery and so much The war begins in book 3.

    9. I very much enjoyed this book This is the second book in a series and I started with this book so I m going to backtrack and read the first book before I give a full review But I will say that this book grabbed my attention fast and it s hard for me to find authors that keep my interest Highly recommend.

    10. I thought that this book was an enjoyable read It really didn t capture my attention at first At certain parts of the book I felt like it dragged on for a while and I felt like it needed action, but overall it was nice to read I recieved a copy of this book free from GoodReads First Reads

    11. Brilliantanother brilliant book by Aaron,a great follow up,the main character keep getting better and better eagerly awaiting the next book

    12. Errol Flinn move overCorin Hugh is everything a pirate should be This second book is fast paced, exciting, and fun I enjoyed it and look forward to the third book.

    13. Corin goes to warPredictable but consistent character development The tension ramps up and feeds the curiosityis could be another really good read Bravo

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