Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess by Dan E. Hendrickson (Book Review #1378)

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Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess by Dan E. Hendrickson

‘Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess,’ is a historical fiction about Brandy, raised by pirates. When Dom Lomoche kills Brady’s father and her mother’s secret is revealed, Brady has to lift the curse from the ship and claim her right in this world.


The story was highly descriptive and filled with a beautiful narrative on the Caribbean islands. The battles and the way the storyline and the scenes interacted were exceptional. Everything from the characters and how they were developed created an enticing story.

The cover design complemented the content inside. The steady pace kept the reader wanting more, and as it was a historical novel, the facts and timing of things were well-researched and put together.

What predominately stood out in this book was Brandy herself. Her personality and demeanour towards everything were admirable, and how she dealt with all that was against her was a delight.

I recommend this book to fiction readers and those who like stories that contain thrilling concepts.

Written by Jeyran Main

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