The Dagger X

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The Dagger X

The Dagger X Kitto s adventure continues in the suspenseful sequel to The Dagger Quick which School Library Journal called a quest perfect for landlubbers and pirate aficionados alike On the high seas of the Cari

  • Title: The Dagger X
  • Author: Brian Eames
  • ISBN: 9781442468573
  • Page: 460
  • Format: ebook
  • Kitto s adventure continues in the suspenseful sequel to The Dagger Quick, which School Library Journal called a quest perfect for landlubbers and pirate aficionados alike On the high seas of the Caribbean in the 1600s, a twelve year old boy, Kitto, stands wrongly accused of his father s murder and is forced into adulthood too quickly as he tries to prove his innocence.Kitto s adventure continues in the suspenseful sequel to The Dagger Quick, which School Library Journal called a quest perfect for landlubbers and pirate aficionados alike On the high seas of the Caribbean in the 1600s, a twelve year old boy, Kitto, stands wrongly accused of his father s murder and is forced into adulthood too quickly as he tries to prove his innocence After a brutal shark attack, Kitto must take refuge on a forsaken island that holds a store of valuable nutmeg, with its power to make men as rich as kings.When he encounters the notorious Alexandre Exquemelin, known as X, he discovers a dark secret about his own past and identity Will the events of Kitto s past determine his fate, or will he have the courage to forge his own destiny A tale of friends and fiends, good and evil, pirates and predators, and the thrill of the high seas, The Dagger X is an exciting adventure and classic story of the search for manhood and identity.

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    1. Jacob on said:

      Maybe it's just because this didn't start well, but this book felt "off" from the first one. The tone at the beginning is very different, almost environmentalist, and it just doesn't fit a sequel to a Caribbean pirate story that didn't have that tone to start with. So if you're going to glory in the beauty of a sea turtle den (among other things), that won't fit stylistically when you later toss a crocodile in there too (spolier: the crocodile has a good time, the sea turtles don't).Also, the au [...]

    2. Leslie on said:

      A traditional tale of quirky pirates, hangings, hidden treasure, crocodiles, lost limbs and a deserted island. This fast paced adventure takes place in the Caribbean in the 1600's and is a sequel to the dagger Quick. Stranded on a deserted island with a First Nations girl, a motherless African baby she rescued from slavers, and newly reunited with his step-mother, Kitto Quick tries to recover from losing his leg (deformed from birth) to a shark and plans their escape in order to find his brother [...]

    3. Ms. Patterson on said:

      I finally was able to finish this one after starting it a month ago. I had to put it down, waiting on another copy, because the one I had was missing about 30 pages in a printing error. I am glad that I did go back and finish, because it's an excellent, fast-paced, pirate adventure. My only caution -- be sure and read The Dagger Quick first, because The Dagger X continues Kitto's adventures. Otherwise, you're dropped right in the middle of the story, with very little known about the characters.

    4. Mrs. on said:

      An intriguing pirate book based on a historical period and some factual persons such as Henry Morgan. While this is the 2nd in at least 3 planned books, I was able to pick up the book without having read the first book. The cover looks more juvenile than the book reads. The book will appeal more to male readers, however anyone who likes a great pirate adventure will like reading this book.

    5. Margo Tanenbaum on said:

      Good sequel to Dagger Quick--great for pirate fans, fans of historical adventure books. I recommend reading Dagger Quick first to better appreciate this sequel. A third volume will complete the trilogy.

    6. Kendra on said:

      Even better than the first book, but I hate that I now must wait for the 3rd book to see Kit's adventures to completion.

    7. Kelly Eggleston on said:

      This was really good! Very impressed as a great example of a middle grades action packed story that treats the reader with intelligence and respect on some big topics.

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