Nobody Likes Fairytale Pirates

Nobody Likes Fairytale Pirates The kidnapping pirates from Travels with a Fairytale Monster get a book of their ownAnd this time they re kind of almost maybe the good guys Uriah It s the pirate s life for Uriah Epic sea battles

  • Title: Nobody Likes Fairytale Pirates
  • Author: Elizabeth Gannon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The kidnapping pirates from Travels with a Fairytale Monster get a book of their ownAnd this time they re kind of, almost, maybe the good guys Uriah It s the pirate s life for Uriah Epic sea battles, beautiful women, double crossing crewmen Sure everyone hates him, but no other existence would be half as fun Nicknamed the Ocean s Shame for his duplicitous ways,The kidnapping pirates from Travels with a Fairytale Monster get a book of their ownAnd this time they re kind of, almost, maybe the good guys Uriah It s the pirate s life for Uriah Epic sea battles, beautiful women, double crossing crewmen Sure everyone hates him, but no other existence would be half as fun Nicknamed the Ocean s Shame for his duplicitous ways, Uriah has spent his life mastering swordplay and exploring uncharted lands Until, one day, he ends up on the wrong side of a fight and stumbles across something worth a lot than a buried chest of gold Ransom A losing battle with pirates has left Ransom blind, scarred, and with no memory of her old life Uriah is the only one she trusts For five years, she s been on his crew, which mainly means she does all the planning and worrying for her irresponsible captain When the two of them windup in an unfriendly land, with no ship and no money, they realize they re going to need someone to swindle Quick Luckily, they ve got a line on a moron with a treasure map The Plan Step 1 Don t kill their annoying client, his put upon wife, or his nightmare of a mother in law.At least not until the annoying client leads them to the lost city he s searching for Step 2 Hold the queen s pesky brother hostage, just in case she s holding a grudge over the whole abduction thing from the last book Step 3 Avoid all the other pirates and immortal bad guys out to kill them Step 4 Don t look into Ransom s past Ever Step 5 Start to see your partner in crime in a whole new light Because, maybe nobody likes fairytale piratesbut that doesn t mean they can t fall in love.

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    1. 4.25**Love everything EG has written. Her sarcasm is beyond funny, it's weird humor at it's finest. No one can read it without smiling, grinning, or laughing like an idiot -only another fellow reader/fan can comprehend. The story is always long and whiny, she'll hound it in till you get it, and even so she'll just say it again. I picture Uriah as pirate Johnny Dep, with a shaved head and pony tail. Ransomwith 2 eyepatches and multiple jagged scars on her face -ouch. It's not an easy feat, took a [...]

    2. Super enjoyed it and stayed up far too late reading! Loved/loved/loved!! the characters. Only occasional typos.

    3. I love Ransom and Uraih! All time favorite characters, in the first book I thought I'd get sick of their back a forth, but I honestly enjoyed every snarky sarcastic conversation they had. I want to be friends with these two! They are both so kick ass. I'd probably read any stories written about their adventures. Thank you Elizabeth for not making cookie cutter characters, fairy tale pirates deserve love too!

    4. I have no idea how it would work, but I would keep reading their story. I'm sure they will show up in the next one (thank you for that E. Gannon), but it's not going to be enough. This is in the pile of books for me to reread to the point I have everything memorized.

    5. Loved it! Ransom and Uriah are so dynamic together. Love to see if the translator gets a book she was so funny.

    6. The first I've read by this author. I enjoyed the characters, Uriah reminds me of Captain Jack Sparrow. However Ransom was challenging, outward dialogue she came across as a hard hearted bitch, internal dialogue was girly whining. I would have rated this higher ie a 3* as there was witty dialogue but it went on and on for pages and was repeated quite often. It's hard to keep interest when you're reading the same thing over and over. Ryle could have been an interesting side kick but it Uriah and [...]

    7. I enjoyed this, it was really funny and the characters were unusual and fun. It was a bit slow going at times but at others it was absolutely hilarious.I do wish that I'd read Travels with a Fairytale MonsterTravels with a Fairytale Monster first, they're set in the same world and while I did still enjoy it and followed the plot easily there were times when I felt like I was missing something.This was a very adult content book- murder, rape and torture are discussed really casually and the chara [...]

    8. I loved this book!!! When I finished reading Travels with a fairytale monster I desperately wanted to read more about Uriah and Ransom and luckily I had the chance to do it thanks to this amazing book!! It's the most entertaining one I've ever read; the dialogues are funny and hilarious; the story is unpredictable and it describes epic adventures. Also I 've absolutely fallen in love with the character of Uriah!!! A MUST-READ, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, especially if you also like modern reinterpretati [...]

    9. 4.5 stars. This was the first Elizabeth Gannon story that I read. I picked it because it sounded like a fun, humorous story and I was not disappointed.Uriah and Ransom are great characters. Great byplay between them. Wonderful, humorous dialogue throughout the story. Good flow. I particularly liked Uriah. He is such a joyous character, full of life. I don't know why everyone in the story hates him.Now I need to go back and read the first book of the series. This read fine as a stand alone though [...]

    10. The characters in this book have amazing chemistry and some of the best dialog I have ever personally encountered. I also had the great surprise of having encountered a twist that I did not see coming in this book. The author in the beginning of the book dropped many hints that "Ransom" was in actuality another benevolent character in the book but in the end turns out to be the character who killed the benevolent character previously mentioned. Which made me really happy because when one looks a [...]

    11. GreatI love the author and her sister's work! When they put something out it is a MUST READ! Thank you for the entertainment

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