Saturday, December 8, 2012

Pirate Wars

Review by Edan
Title: Pirate Wars (Wave Walker Trilogy - Book 3)
Author: Kai Meyer
Publisher: Margaret T. McElderberry
Published: 2008

Quick Summary:
     Jolly and Munk, two pollywogs in the Caribbean (meaning they can walk on water and breath under it), need to go on an adventure to close the Maelstrom, an entrance to the a endless sea where monsters are born and live. Meanwhile, Griffin, Jolly and Munk's friend, faces his own challenges with other monsters. There other friends are also helping protect a floating city on a sea star from monsters, pirates and cannibles. Will this batch of fearless heroes win their war?

     I think this book was the most action pact book in the trilogy. The entire book is about the battle. It never got boring though, because all the characters were doing different things. Meyer let you visit each  character and see what they are doing. The book kept me on the edge of my seat wanting to keep on reading. Meyer would be talking about someone and leaves you hanging, wondering what happened. You have to read through the other people to get back to them and learn what happened. This may sound like a confusing read, but it is easily understandable and exciting. Once you start it, you have to finish.


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