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Secrets of the Realm doc ✓ ebook Read ↠ Blamed for her uncle's death fifteen year old Annie is on the run Knowing the perils she will face on the streets of eighteenth century London she disguises herself as a boy Her life on the streets is cut short when she becomes Captain Hawke’s cabin boy Not only must Annie work alongside the ReaBlamed for her uncle's death fifteen year old Annie is on the run Knowing the perils she will face on the streets of eighteenth century London she disguises herself as a boy Her life on the streets is cut short when she become This is a wonderfully written book I found myself lost into a world of pirates and utter adventure I fell in love with the heroine Annie and couldn’t help embrace her pain and sadness as an orphan having to endure abuse by a family member and finally finding herself living in the streets I just can’t even imagine for someone having to endure that type of living I was delighted to find out that at age 14 she decided that the only way she could get out of London and dangerous streets was to hide the fact that she was girl and take a new identity as a boy in order to get a job on a ship After having to face a lot of difficulties she succeeded in securing a job on Captain Hawks ship the Realm as Andres de le Cruz a cabin boy Hiding her sex was the most problematic thing she had to face while living with a bunch of superstitious men Working on the ship was a lot harder than she ever dreamed of but the friendships she created with her shipmates were incredible and much needed to keep her going The author did a superb job in taking the reader into a rollercoaster of adventures bold fights among pirates and turbulent oceans This is the kind of story that you would think only kids could fall in love with but I found myself really enjoying the book This is the kind of book that would create amazing dreams in young minds and bring the kid into adult hearts Bev Stout you did a wonderful job with this book and I will recommend it to my friends and all that would love to spend some enjoyable time with a great book

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S Captain Hawke’s cabin boy Not only must Annie work alongside the Realm’s motley crew of outcasts and gentlemen she must also keep her superstitious shipmates from discovering she is a girl Annie vows she will never leave I received this book in exchange for an honest review but after reading the book I would have gladly picked this up myself Normally I'm not a huge fan of stories set at sea but there was something about the synopsis of this book that caught my attention I had decided to read a few chapters a night until I finished the book but I wasn't expecting to finish the book over a weekend I simply could not put the book downThe story started simply enough a young girl starting out on an adventure but the you read about Annie the you love her root for her and want to see her saved Annie is everything you want a strong female character to be plucky smart and full of life she doesn't back down from anything or anyone As the story progressed I started to long for a little romance but the story teller knew better everything was exactly as it should be No rushing no overt scenes just simple and a natural progression to the actionI admit that when the story ended I was sad I wanted I can't wait to see what happens next to Annie Capt Hawke Mr Montgomery and Abigail Annie made me long for the sea and for an indoor kind of girl that's an accomplishment I look forward to following this authors work she's opened my mind to new experiences and I can't wait to read

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Secrets of the RealmThe Realm where dreams are chased shattered lives can mend and secrets are stowed like keepsakes in an old desk drawer But when her past catches up with her can she return to the Realm? More importantly will she have a choice When a book has the power to take you from the present and thrust you over 200 years into the past from its very first page effectively blotting out the distractions around you until a hundred pages have breezed by that book commands attentionBev Stout’s “Realm” is one such book With an 18th century canvas this period piece has all the elements that make for a captivating adventure Stout’s alluring cover intriguing title and beautifully crafted storytelling all conspire to draw the reader into the world of fifteen year old Annie MooreThe author paints her memorable characters their dire circumstances and settings with eual precision Meticulous attention to detail is evident from her deft employment of nautical terms to her use of distinctive and identifiable dialogue each uniuely suited to the individual character From the outset the confluence of these critical components were destined to hold its reader captive Stout infused her words with a color palette that popped into vivid reality Annie Hawke Doc and Symington were not simply names on a page but living breathing entities whose presence materialized in front the reader No riptide could steer you from the perfect course Stout charted in this swashbuckling adventure