Caroline Carlson is at it again with her new book, continuing the fabulous adventure of Hilary Westfield.
After earning her title as a member of the Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates (the VNHLP for short) and the Terror of the Southlands, Hilary’s sure that she’s got everything she wanted. But a life swabbing the decks and delivering magic to the citizens of Augusta is hardly her idea of a glamorous life on the high seas. When she receives her first warning that she may be eradicated from the VNHLP, Hilary sets off on a quest to find out what happened to the Terror of the Southlands. Along the way, she’ll have to face off against the snooty Philomena Tilbury, unjust Captain Blacktooth, a group of kidnappers called the Mutineers and someone she never hoped to see again – her father.
Wonderfully written and as lovely as last time, The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates: The Terror of the Southlands is a great read that I highly recommend to anyone who enjoys an adventure. Caroline Carlson is a fantastic writer who spins her tale well and sucks her readers into another world.
If you want to read more about the beginning of Hilary’s adventures, check out this blog post here.