[Reading] ➶ Song of the Current (Song of the Current #1) ➽ Sarah Tolcser – Pandorajewelry70off.us

Song of the Current (Song of the Current #1) Caroline Oresteia Is Destined For The River Her Father Is A Wherryman, As Was Her Grandmother All Caro Needs Is For The River God To Whisper Her Name, And Her Fate Is Sealed But At Seventeen, Caro May Be Too Late.So When Pirates Burn Ships And Her Father Is Arrested, Caro Volunteers To Transport Mysterious Cargo In Exchange For His Release Secretly, Caro Hopes That By Piloting Her Own Wherry, The River God Will Finally Speak Her Name.But When The Cargo Becomes Than Caro Expected, She Finds Herself Caught In A Web Of Politics And Lies With Much Than Her Father S Life At Stake, Caro Must Choose Between The Future She Knows, And The One She Could Have Never Imagined.

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10 thoughts on “Song of the Current (Song of the Current #1)

  1. says:

    This book absolutely blew me out of the water with it s epicness And I hope you PAUSED FOR A SECOND to view the flawless grace of that terrific pun right there Because its a bout ships and water GET IT smothers self for terrible pun MOVING FORWARD I m always on the look out for delicious pirate books, and this doesn t disappoint Also add in a dash of love hate romance, smuggling, dark power that doth not sleep, badass female captains, personified water gods, a smol mention of a water d This book absolutely blew me out of the water with it s epicness And I hope you PAUSED FOR A SECOND to view the flawless grace of that...

  2. says:

    I can see now why many folks are having a tough time rating this one On the one hand, it was fun, enjoyable, and entertaining, but on the other it was filled with the heavy fodder of sailor lingo and descriptions of scenes that were slow and lacking action Overall, this one won me over by the end, I felt invested in the story and am so ecstatic that, as the first in a series, it doesn t leave us with a giant cliffhanger that we ll likely forget by the time book 2 in the series is released T I can see now why many folks are having a tough time rating this one On the one hand, it was fun, enjoyable, and entertaining, but on the other it was filled with the heavy fodder of sailor lingo and descriptions of scenes that were slow and lacking action Overall, this one won me over by the end, I felt invested in the story and am so ecstatic that, as the first in a series, it doesn t leave us with a giant cliffhanger that we ll likely forget by the time book 2 in the series is released There was a great myriad of characters both in number and type which I found very endearing I whole heartedly embraced the magical aspects of the book there were non human life forms alongside those humans with special gifts, and just plain old normal people as well I m really torn, because at times I would put this book down and no...

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    Reviewed by Rabid Reads4.5 starsI love YA fantasy I don t know why, I just do That being said, in recent years, I ve become a bit gun shy, preferring to rerereread old favorites rather than taking a chance on a new author.I guess I should say I love good YA fantasy.And sadly, these days, most of it is crap instalove, cliches, poor world building, plot holes, deus ex machina, etc Any or all are likely present in 90% of new series Or maybe I ve been unlucky in my reading choices shrugs awk Reviewed by Rabid Reads4.5 starsI love YA fantasy I don t know why, I just do That being said, in recent years, I ve become a bit gun shy, preferring to rerereread old favorites rather than taking a chance on a new author.I guess I should say I love good YA fantasy.And sadly, these days, most of it is crap instalove, cliches, poor world building, plot holes, deus ex machina, etc Any or all are likely present in ...

  4. says:

    Man this is a tough one I adored the story and there was so much potential, but the writing was so difficult to wade through that the plot was a bit lost on me The first 10% or so was very meh so much sailor lingo and I honestly had no clue what was going on for the first several pages For those of you who would rather know what is going on at first Caro is sailing with her father on her wherry which is basically their home they live on the river and when they arrive at Hespera s Watc Man this is a tough one I adored the story and there was so much potential, but the writing was so difficult to wade through that the plot was a bit lost on me The first 10% or so was very meh so much sailor lingo and I honestly had no clue what was going on for the first several pages For those of you who would rather know what is going on at first Caro is sailing with her father on her wherry which is basically their home they live on the river and when they arrive at Hespera s Watch I think it is. , they see boats on fire and a bunch of crap Long story short, they get arrested and the dock master dude i think basically throws Ca...

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    This one s hard to rate because I LOVE ships and finding female characters who go off on pirate adventures And there were a ton of elements of this world that I loved, like the shadowmen, hints of magic, and harbor towns But it was still kind of hard for me to get into the overall story.Caroline s father is arrested for smuggling, so she signs a contract with the soldiers saying she ll transport a box for them in exchange for her father s eventual freedom Caro s ancestors were all badass smug This one s hard to rate because I LOVE ships and finding female characters who go off on pirate adventures And there were a ton of elements of this world that I loved, like the shadowmen, hints of magic, and harbor towns But it was still kind of hard for me to get into the overall story.Caroline s father is arrested for smuggling, so she signs a contract with the soldiers saying she ll transp...

  6. says:

    3 1 2 Overall a solid very interesting fantasy read

  7. says:

    My full review can be found at United by Pop.What immediately struck me, when reading this, was the elegant style of the prose The dexterity of penmanship and the beautiful quotability of almost every line marked this as a stimulating read before I had even been introduced to the characters or understood the story The prose was as melodic as the water so prominently featured, and a wonderful parallel was evoked between the telling and setting of the tale.The culture of these fantastical people My full review can be found at United by Pop.What immediately struck me, when reading this, was the elegant style of the...

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    More reviews can be found at In an attempt to keep her dad out of jail, Caro a wherry wo man, must transport a crate and deliver it to Valonikos Unfortunately, it isn t just any crate, and there are pirates searching the rivers for it Caro must rely on her friends and her own skill to complete her task all the while hoping the god of the river will finally call out to her like all the other good wherryman have been called.The Story I love me a pirate story This is my second o...

  9. says:

    dnf page 126Well this sucked I have no idea why I had high hopes for this book since it was terribly boring I m stumped with assignments at the moment so my free reading time really needs to be spent with a book I enjoy and right now I m hating this book I ve been skim reading for maybe 5 pages already and I m not even half way yet If I continued skimming it would be an utter waste of my time So, I give up This book is too slow It s too boring Also nothing really makes sense in it It dnf page 126Well this sucked I have no idea why I had high hopes for this book since it was terribly boring I m stumped with assignments at the moment so my free reading time really needs to be spent with a book I enjoy and right now I m hating this book I ve been skim reading for maybe 5 pages already and I m not even half way yet I...

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    3 stars might be too highI had seen a lot of buzz around this book and I was pretty excited to finally get to it Sadly, I was a bit disappointed I liked Caro well enough She s strong and sassy and can take care of herself There is an interesting group of characters here and I don t want to say anything and ruin the perception of them I will say that the banter between Caro and one person in particular was amusing and most of the reason I kept reading Plotwise, it fel...

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