The Captain’s Daughters by Doreen D. Berger (Book Review #1066)


The Captain’s daughter is a children’s book science fiction story and begins with Diane and Robin, two sisters having fun horseback riding and relaxing on their family ranch. Captain William March of the Starship Polaris is their father, and when the girls don’t come back one day from their fun outing, he begins to worry. Diane and Robin have been kidnapped, and that’s what shapes up the rest of this thrilling story.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The story was written well and geared towards the age group in question. The pace of the story was steady, and the premise was kept intriguing to read. With most books written for kids, I notice that not much attention has been paid to the dialogue. However, this book was accurate in its age-specific dialogue. I appreciated the attention placed on it and found the siblings to have so well meshed characters.

The story was thrilling, sometimes funny and witty to read. The characters were well created, and the Captain’s daughters were clever, making me like the story even more. I like smart kids and believe they induce the story to another level.

I recommend this book to parents who are looking for a good read for their children.

Written by Jeyran Main

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