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What is this book about?
"The Voyage of the Arctic Tern" is a tale of betrayal, treachery and redemption, set on the high seas. It is a classic seafaring tale containing pirates, kings, ghosts, ships, and of course, a good ending.
What do you like/dislike about it?
I found it interesting and unique that this book was written in poetic verse. It was easy to read though, but contained a good story. The redemption story of Bruno is an excellent theme, and a very important one. I think this book contains some good lessons.
Who would enjoy reading it?
People who like seafaring tales.
Review written by: Kristy, age 16, Kent Library