"I absolutely devoured Gracie Fairshaw and the Trouble at the Tower. A thrilling Christmas mystery featuring a brilliant cast of characters & a fabulous Northern setting. Just the right amount of intrigue & peril to keep readers turning the pages." Jo Clarke @bookloverJo
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"Ahoy there, me hearties! Watch out for this swashbuckling adventure by Susan Brownrigg! It had me talking like a pirate all day! Curses & charms, cutlasses & treasure chests! Such fun! Perfect for 8+" Eve McDonnell, author of Elsetime.
"I really enjoyed my voyage through the pages of Kintana and the Captain's Curse. Smelly pirates, dastardly plots, a generous pinch of magic and an entire menagerie of exotic animals made for the perfect sailing/reading companions! A fine treasure of a book!" Jenny Moore, author of Audrey Orr and the Robot Rage & The Misadventures of Nicholas Nabb.
"This book is doubloons of joy with sprinklings of gold dust throughout. I LOVED it! Thank you so much Susan Brownrigg for taking me on such a thrilling trip to Madagascar with a cast of beautiful creatures and unforgettable characters. WOW!" Zillah Bethell, author of The Shark Caller.
"Who doesn't love a pirate story? This book brings the genre bang-up-to-date with a fabulous conservation angle and lots of unconventional animal characters. The titular Kintana longs for the life of a pirate and sails away on the Nine Sails. But soon talk of ghosts and treasure leads Kintana to question: Could the Captain's Curse be real? I enjoyed the playful character names especially, but also found myself googling Malagasy wildlife throughout - not because I needed it to understand the story but because I wanted to see the creatures Brownrigg describes for myself. An excellent, playful take on the pirate stereotype which straddles historical fiction and fantasy with ease." Barbara Henderson, author of The Chessmen Thief & Fir for Luck.
"Kintana and the Captain's Curse is perfect for Treasure Island fans: built on exotic animals, stunning coastlines and historical events, making it the perfect adventure story for 8-12year olds." Kelly Buxton, Reviewer, A Page Turner.
Kintana and the Captain's Curse is published by Uclan Publishing.
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