The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates: The Terror of the Southlands

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 snooty Philomena Tilbury, the 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.

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