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Luke Banderloft and The McFarven Pirates This is the story of a down on his luck wayfarer Luke a silver skinned winged elf whose life turns around after finding a true friend Adventure leads Luke to the high seas where he and his crew have to fight for their lives as they try to outrun the pirate lord that is hunting them down Now desperate to find his missing friends Luke takes command of a mighty vessel and battles his way through brigands trolls and pirates to find his comrades but who can he really trust

  • Kindle Edition
  • 206 pages
  • Luke Banderloft and The McFarven Pirates
  • Rocky Perry
  • English
  • 24 September 2014

About the Author: Rocky Perry

I have traveled many places and had many experiences but it was my personal obstacles that gave me the gift of creativity Some people are just made to create things I feel like I was put on Earth to tell stories I wrote my first book back in 2009 while I was studying Early Childhood Education at Dalton State College in Georgia I have always tried to do the things that are hardest for me I le

6 thoughts on “Luke Banderloft and The McFarven Pirates

  1. Cw Cw says:

    Sampled No sale There is possibly a good story in hereSadly I shall never know The sample available from for Kindle offered a pretty large chunk of text However it an unschooled unruly jumbling of words that builds up to for me an insurmountable pileIf self confidence and enthusiasm guaranteed success then Mr Perry would be world class With some help from stricter editors and sterner friends then he may well achieve mediocrityIf you don't have children and always wondered what they might write as their first story try this book It's that bad Edit I previously wished Mr Perry good luck I now just wish he would go away CW

  2. Waylander Waylander says:

    Very poorly written Cliché after cliché wooden character after wooden character Bogged down in nonsensical convoluted prose Reading it is worse than getting your teeth extracted with pliers without the use of a pain killer It's telling that the 5 star reviews are all from America one of which is the author himself Friends and family? Who knows Don't waste your money

  3. Hock Tjoa Hock Tjoa says:

    There is a storyteller at work here and he throws out an amazing cast of characters elves several kinds Canarians bigger than most humans Bloods even bigger guys centaurs big and strong but not too smart healers mages Sea Dwarves Bird People trolls Ettin bigger and meaner than trolls and ogres a creature than can move through wood even a minotaur who alas only has a walk on part They all inhabit a world of piracy and skullduggery Some might say there is too much telling by the storyteller and not enough showingThere is much activity too close combat sneak attacks massed attacks betrayals lessons in sword play naval battles etc The story line is not clear on motive and the characters are not given much depth or development but there is enough going on that one is lured to read on to find out how it ends Clearly the author intends not to reveal all for a series is promised Luke Banderloft's character is said to be charming and slippery with the truth but he is consumed by a loyalty to a couple of friends even if it is not at all clear whyThe writing can use good editing as well as attention to development of character and motivation Perhaps the story teller can slow down his imagination to see clearly why one frame of the movie in his mind so to speaks leads to the next and convey that fully to the reader

  4. Camilla Hansen Camilla Hansen says:

    I gave it 4 because I found myself smiling from head to toe being satisfied with a good book It was simple in its plot but simple meant as eg how I enjoy Monty Python's sketches Its not the deep and epic journey maybe epic because it's bloody pirates but nevertheless VERY enjoyable Its simplicity actually made me give it 4 If that makes sense? Oh I don't care I like it

  5. Dava Stewart Dava Stewart says:

    I wanted to like this book I really did It has potential but sadly that potential is not realized 1 In the world of writers this story is almost all tell and very little show In other words the author tells us Luke was afraid instead of showing us the situation and Luke's reaction and letting us figure out that he is afraid All of the telling makes for rather boring reading 2 Characters do weird inexplicable things For example early in the story two characters meet and within a page they are partners There is no real explanation given nor any obvious reason the relationship develops so uickly 3 Way way too much happens This story takes action packed to a new level It's difficult to keep up with the situations and the characters because they come so uickly and thickly 4 It feels immature Within the first 10 pages I found myself wondering the age of the author and thinking that perhaps he was still in high school there was one strange scene where on character could tell that another had it bad for a girl he'd met for about 2 minutes Later I decided that the whole thing felt like a fairly solid first draft that needs lots of revision the writing itself feels immature 5 This almost doesn't need to be said after point 4 but it is a legitimate gripe there are so many typos that my writereditor brain couldn't turn off and let my reader brain enjoy the story My suggestion for the author would be to join a few writers' groups and find some people willing to help critiue and sharpen his future work This story shows that he has big ideas with the potential to be entertaining stories but as this book stands I cannot recommend it

  6. Rocky Perry Rocky Perry says:

    Great book I just added it to get it in the database I wrote it I would love feedback from my fans Thanks

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