Seven of Seven (The Pearl Book 1)

Seven of Seven The Pearl Book A boy wakes up on the shores of an unknown river his face bruised his body starving and his memory gone He doesn t know his own reflection in the water His hands however have been marked with an

  • Title: Seven of Seven (The Pearl Book 1)
  • Author: Scott Ralph Christopher J. Purdin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A boy wakes up on the shores of an unknown river, his face bruised, his body starving, and his memory gone He doesn t know his own reflection in the water His hands, however, have been marked with an indelible symbol that he immediately recognizes This clue starts the boy on a quest across oceans and continents in search of the symbol s meanings and his own origins TheA boy wakes up on the shores of an unknown river, his face bruised, his body starving, and his memory gone He doesn t know his own reflection in the water His hands, however, have been marked with an indelible symbol that he immediately recognizes This clue starts the boy on a quest across oceans and continents in search of the symbol s meanings and his own origins The journey to discover the answer is a daunting one, and the boy finds himself and his companions battling tribal warlords, slave traders and The British East India Company in this adventure set in the world of the 18th century Seven of Seven is the first of nine novellas in The Pearl series.

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    1. Wow, I loved this way more than I was expecting. I mean, I didn't know what to expect, because I forgot what it was about when I started reading it. But I did really enjoy this unique story. I thought it was a sci-fi novella, and I didn't expect the history aspect.This book is the first in a series of nine novellas, but I'm sad cause the the rest of the novellas were never published. But I'm actually friends with the author IRL, so I'll have to ask him if he plans on continuing the series! But I [...]

    2. I can't express how much I enjoyed this book. I found it thought provoking and with quite a lot of depth. The book is filled with questions about characters, location, and historical events that are slowly revealed as the plot thickens. I found the descriptions the author used to be vivid and enriching. The characters are both full and mysterious. My only trouble with the book at all is that it was a cliffhanger. I was horrified when the story ended! I wanted more. Fortunately there will be more [...]

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