Daughter of the Pirate King – Tricia Levenseller

Daughter of the Pirate King
Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Daughter of the Pirate King is a swashbuckling adventure for young adult/teen fans of pirate shenanigans. Alosa is a strong, fearless pirate with flaming red hair and a taste for blood. Although her father is the Pirate King, she captains her ship under her own merit and inspires loyalty in her crew.

I went into this story knowing only that it featured a lead character who was essentially a female Jack Sparrow. As a huge fan of Pirates of the Caribbean, Captain Jack Sparrow and pirate tales in general – I knew this was a book for me and was glad that I didn’t know more about it than that. There as aspects, allegiances, and secrets about our characters that might be spoiled by reading a synopsis and were better to discover on our own organically while reading the book.

The plot was unexpected and enjoyable from start to finish and left me wanting more. It can easily and satisfyingly be read by itself but also leaves plenty of room to continue to the storyline. (Thankfully there is at least one more book in this series, but unfortunately, it is not out yet.)
Highly recommended read for those who enjoy adventure books with a strong female lead and just a dash of debauchery.

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4 thoughts on “Daughter of the Pirate King – Tricia Levenseller

  1. Book Princess Review (@_bookprincess_) says:

    Wonderful review, Kyera!! I realllllly enjoyed this one, and I’m glad you did too. 😀 As you said, it was best not knowing too much because there sure were a few very unexpected twists (well not wholly unexpected because I accidentally cheated and flipped through a few pages. I just like to flip D:). Great post!! 😀

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