People who complicate my life earn the business end of my hook. Funny how that never seems to stop them. Think I’m exaggerating? I stand accused of colluding with Fomorian raiders who are abducting young mermaids. And one of the lost boys I rescued from Neverland is being terrorized by a faerie nightmare. A dark menace connects the two things.
With the help of my pixie companion, I must solve the mystery while evading the interference of my meddlesome ex-lover. He’s sinfully distracting, but the fun must wait. All those delectable sirens need rescuing.
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Closer view at Hook and what she faces personally
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Natalie returns to continue voicing Hook and her adventures. I'm pleased to hear Natalie again. I enjoy her accent for Hook and the many voices she's given to additional characters. The many voices makes the book feel like a full cast in audio. The audio is cut clean and clear for listening.
Hook's ship, Revenge, limps along on the waters after the battle with Peter Pan. They lost crew and the ship is on the verge of sinking. They then cross paths with Admiral William Kidd, who's determined to kill Hook. Then, we move on to a month later. Hook is chased from a married woman's bed and home.
This book has more going on behind the scenes as we listen to the story. We get the connections as the story progresses but earlier in the book we don't know how it's going to connect.
We get to see Hook use her siren song early in this book. It's nice to see she uses it when in need of help. Which we see that using her siren song could have consequences, which Hook is concerned about.
Hook is captain of her ship and she has to act the part, though Hook does care even if she appears hard in the face of her crew. She only wants the best for her crew and to keep them safe, especially from Peter Pan. I get a kick out of Hook and her camaraderie with Buzz, a pixie. They are fun together and Buzz makes me smile with some of his off hand comments.
We see Hook alone and a deeper look into who Hook is. We also get to see Hook with crew and friends on a one on one bases. The story feels to be a character developing one for us with the feelings we see flow through Hook here.
I think, in the end, Hook has a new appreciation for her crew and those she keeps near. She sees they are more to her, and she to them, than she originally leads on. Will this change the way she commands? I hope not. To me, she's always had care in her barked orders, it seems now she knows her crew and friends care for her too.
We get to see Hook with Captain Rackham. I do enjoy the way these two banter. Rackham and Hook seem so good at getting at the other with remarks, and they both take it in stride. There is a history here, and maybe a future? I'd love to see these two interact more in the future. Hook even makes a new friend in the water as well. It's always interesting to see Hook's connection to the mermaids. I wonder if this will come up again in the future.
A fun read that has me looking forward to future installments with Hook and all around her.
- Tammy Payne
Love the accent of the narrator
This is book two in the Captain Hook series and oh my goodness the narrator does a fantastic job. We get so much action. Hook has her hands full that is for sure. I have to say I enjoyed book two a heck of a lot. And having it read aloud only makes it more enjoyable. Love the accent of the narrator too.