"Pirates: The Ring of Hope" (soft cover/30 chapters/274 pages)
This pirate mystery will capture the minds of kids and adults alike.
A mysterious bottle with a deadly message is
at the center of this pirate story that finds the
crew of the Rising Sea unknowingly in grave
danger. The evil Captain Darfous Warner has
his sights set on The Ring of Hope and he will
stop at nothing until he gets what he wants.
Twelve year old Peter Nichols steps out of the
modern world and right into the middle of this
pirate mystery that has him struggling with
right and wrong, good and evil and the
meaning of friendship and family. After a
week filled with strange dreams, missing
friends and menacing pirates, Peter’s struggle
to do the right thing comes to a head as he
puts not only himself but his best friend in
danger of becoming casualties of Captain
Warner’s deadly plot.
“The Ring of Hope” is mystery adventure
story that weaves the legend about a mystical
gold ring into a story about the good guys
versus the bad guys. It is amusing, touching
and filled with twists and turns to keep you
guessing from beginning to end. This pirate
mystery will capture the minds of kids and
Daryl K. Cobb
*****Kirkus Reviews Recommended
Pirates: The Ring of Hope
Children's Novel /Chapter Book
by Daryl K. Cobb
for advanced young readers
or ages 10 & up
Perfect for middle school readers
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“Cobb’s 14th book comes complete with
pirates, mysterious messages and a magic
ring. . . . The characters are rich and
beautifully rendered, and the story is sprinkled
with humor. . . . Much of the dialogue −
especially between Peter and Monk and
Antonio and Marcus − is delightfully silly. . .
. [A] spirited swashbuckling tale of mystery
and magic.” -- Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus Reviews says that Pirates: The Ring of Hope is
... [A] spirited swashbuckling tale of mystery and magic.