Amber Wake: Gabriel Falling
The Razor’s Adventures Pirate Tales
P.S. Bartlett & Ronovan Hester
Where do I begin?
That’s a difficult question in and of itself but when your life is transformed into something else, do you start when you’re born or when your life truly began?
I was born in London as Gabriel Wallace. The child of high society; although I was raised to appreciate
everything that softly landed in my hand. I followed all the rules. I worked hard, studied hard and ended up a captain in the Royal Navy before my twenty fifth
birthday. Unfortunately, I saw the world through my own eyes, not the eyes of my superiors and my vision was clear.
I knew my duty. I knew my job. I also knew deep down, regardless of the loyalty my commission required, my stance was in opposition and it was but a matter of time before they’d force me to stand alone.
Fortunately for me, my crew was loyal too and I had the full support of my closest friend and confidant as well. I didn’t know where I’d end up but I knew one thing for sure; I needed to get the hell out of England and thanks to them, I was taking my ship with me.
The time had come to hunt.
Amber Wake: Gabriel Falling is a well written historical fiction. It is full of action, adventure, and thrilling suspense; everything a reader would expect to find in a good pirate tale, but this book is so much more.
I found the characters to be deep and complex; each drawing on the other. Along with the occasional twisted and tainted character of a few pirates, the reader also finds unexpected fairness, loyalty, and morality in the hearts of some main characters.
The plot is solid. The storyline is impeccable. Amber Wake: Gabriel Falling is a fantastic read. A tale of a man who is his own man, whatever type of man that might be!
5 Stars *****