The Devil s Tide A young pirate narrowly avoids the gallows when the governor of the Bahamas enlists his aid in bringing hostage turned pirate Kate Lindsay to justice A pirate hunter returns to his old ways with the

  • Title: The Devil's Tide
  • Author: Matt Tomerlin
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  • Page: 325
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  • A young pirate narrowly avoids the gallows when the governor of the Bahamas enlists his aid in bringing hostage turned pirate Kate Lindsay to justice A pirate hunter returns to his old ways, with the demons of his past swiftly following his trail A beautiful strumpet falls in league with Edward Blackbeard Teach, witnessing his despicable crimes firsthand, before she beA young pirate narrowly avoids the gallows when the governor of the Bahamas enlists his aid in bringing hostage turned pirate Kate Lindsay to justice A pirate hunter returns to his old ways, with the demons of his past swiftly following his trail A beautiful strumpet falls in league with Edward Blackbeard Teach, witnessing his despicable crimes firsthand, before she becomes a pawn in his schemes As all sides spiral toward a fiery climax, nothing is what it seems, and the odds are in favor of death.

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    1. I did wonder if I'd like this as much as the first book but I was pleasantly surprised! Kate Lindsay now hardened to the life of piracy is written very well and the one liners between her pretty much every other character were brilliant. I particularly liked her interaction with Vane. Annabelle was a surprise as she turned out to be a complete bitch! Again I liked the way she was written though. I have to say (and this isn't meant to sound sexist) that in my opinion the writer's best written cha [...]

    2. This sequel to Devil's Fire does not disappoint. Tomerlin continues to tell a suspenseful story full of dangerous, often desperate characters in the last days of Caribbean piracy.These are not pirate romances, and they have no room for the likes of Captain Jack Sparrow. These characters live in a world that is often kill-or-be-killed, where alliances shift and change like the wind, and love is as elusive as buried treasure. To Tomerlin's credit, he is able to describe a very harsh world without [...]

    3. Absolutely loved this one. The second installment of the Devil`s fire series really surprised me. I liked the first book very much. I gave it 4 stars though because of some minor issues i commented on on my review of that book. I was happy to see that the problems i had with some aspects of the first novel were not only fixed now but also that the parts that were already great were expanded upon immensely. Be warned though. If you thought the first one was already too violent -like many reviewer [...]

    4. AmazingThis has to be one if the best pirate series I've read to date. It is very realistic and there is no lack if action. Not really what would call a romance novel at all much more action and adventure in a historical setting.It is very gritty, bloody and cutting throats is an easy way to die in this story. As Katherine, the beautiful, spoiled, rich wife becomes Kate, the murderous harridan, the plot definitely thickens. Bad guys can be nice guys you can never trust, while women can be bad as [...]

    5. I loved the book. very fast paced and entertaining. Its not fantasy, Pirates of the Caribbean type stuff, its rip roarin, cutlasses stabbin, cannon ball flying action. The way a pirate story should be told. I loved the entire series.

    6. Cannot say enough good things about this series. I'm sitting on the edge of my chair waiting for the 3rd book. I both love and hate the endings because it leaves me wanting more and more!

    7. Blood, gore, guts, and cannonballs!!! Best book i have had the pleasure of reading in years. Absolutely Amazing!!!

    8. Piracy always was an act of rebellion. What may have caused good, honest people to turn towards such a hideous lifestyle? Were they always criminals? In some ways, perhaps they were. In other ways, the kinds of sailors they were originally employed under (or press-ganged into service with, to be fair) were almost more monstrous than the pirates themselves. In Tomerlin's second Devil's Fire novel, The Devil's Tide, this becomes more and more apparent with the introduction of famous pirate hunters [...]

    9. The Devil's TideThe tale continues in book two of the Devil's Fire trilogy pirate saga. It is as great as the first and full of action, adventure and drama. I Loved It!

    10. Mr. Tomerlin did it again. I was very excited to read about Katherine Lindsay and her pirate adventures. I was pleased to see some familiar characters in the book and also some new characters being introduced to us. Of course, Katherine is back and strong as ever. Mr. Tomerlin has created a courageous and strong female lead in the book. She holds the key to treasure and adventure. Katherine can convince hardened pirates to follow her and she is fully capable of protecting herself. She is not abo [...]

    11. I had very high expectations of this novel due to the brilliance of the first in the series and I am happy to say that I was not at all disapointed. The action was more intensified than the first and there was plenty of gore to acompany it. I honestly could not stop reading, I was without a doubt completely addicted to the adventure, violence, gore and the charming manner of which the pirates spoke in. At first I was not too sure about the new characters but I quickly grew fond of them, particul [...]

    12. I LOVED this book! Tomerlin has delivered one of the best pirate tales around, deserving to occupy the lofty shelf beside such classics as Treasure Island, Crighton's Pirate Latitudes, and Powers' On Stranger Tides. It is gritty, bloody, filled to the gills with historical detail, and even has (gasp!), count 'em, THREE strong female characters who are capable of doing far more than running about in circles screaming "save me!" And for that I thank the author kindly!Historical figures such as Bla [...]

    13. I read this in two days straight and barely slept. Simply could not put it down. Tomerlin improves on the first book in every way. Kate is back, but the new characters are so involving. Loved Calloway. I can't believe Tomerlin created another great heroine! Charles Vane and Dillahunt were very entertaining. This book is a lot more humor than the first. I laughed out loud at so many parts. My wife thought I'd lost my mind. There's plenty of violence and sex. The story is a rollercoaster ride. The [...]

    14. Although this book had as much danger, adventure, originality, and blood and guts battles as its predecessor, I did not like it as much. It bothered me that the author used the names of real pirates of that period, but played fast and loose with their histories. By 1718 Blackbeard was operating off the Virginia/Carolina coast and met his demise near Okracoke, NC, not the Caribbean. Hornigold did not return to piracy and outlived Blackbeard, not dying until the next summer when his ship wrecked i [...]

    15. This is a great series that will keep you up at night and on your toes, from one adventure to another. This story is pretty real and brutal at times, and don't get to attached to any of the characters cause chances are they will not last onto the next page. There are certain characters that I grew attached to and just knew they would make it, but boy was I disappointed. This series keeps you in the action of the Caribbean during the times of great pirates like Blackbeard, brutal and survival of [...]

    16. I was worried going into this that it couldn't possibly top the first book, but it did just that. Every chapter is richer and the character development is even deeper then book one. Calloway is a great new character. Hate the way Dillahunt treated her. I hope he gets his just desserts in Devil's Horizon. The Blackbeard chapters were frightening. I had trouble breathing during the coffin chapter. Can't wait for Horizon!

    17. Another excellent action filled pirate adventure! Kate has truly come into her own as an independent and seemingly merciless woman who holds the secret to treasure as well as a bounty on her head.This one was just as bloody, if not more so, than the first book. It seems like the author had an even better flow with this one too. I just tore through this book!

    18. I absolutely love the Devil's Fire series I bought the first book right after I got my kindle and I fell In love. I absolutely love how this is a gritty pirates tale! It's so refreshing to have an author that is daring and doesn't mind making decisions like killing off characters or maiming them. I absolutely love this series and I can't wait to see how it ends with book 3!

    19. Got about 47% through and just could not finish this book. It had an interesting story to tell, but it just went on and on and on etc, etc, etc, The language was horrible (but these were pirates, so could handle that) and the story was borrrrrrrrrringgg!!!!

    20. Such a great book. I have read it twice to soak up all the details.Who is Calloway??? Blackbeard's riddle was very cryptic. Is she is daughter??? Is that what Blackbeard was going to say??? I hope this is answered in the next book.

    21. This is a tale of the pirate's life, filled with brutality, blood and guts and probobly much closer to reality than your average pirate historical. I enjoyed reading it, even though the author tends to kill off people just as they start to get interesting.

    22. Stretching IIHoly twist and turns Bat man. Don't get to attached to any one character, they might not be around long. I enjoyed this more than the first book, writing is much better. The third book of to be one shell of a ride.

    23. I've developed an addiction to this series. I suppose it healthier than other vices. The wait for Horizon is becoming excruciating.

    24. Another fun pirate story that includes plenty of action and adventure.I enjoyed this book about the same as the first in the series and will continue with it he series

    25. the adventures of Kate Lindsay continue with tales of Blackbeard and the pirates in their heyday. Definitely a different kind of novel

    26. I like this series but I despised all the vulgar language. There is also very gory and graphic details of the fights

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