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Of a Great Deep (Windsong & Requiem, #1)

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The year is 1716. The world is in the Golden Age of Piracy and fabled ships sail the seven seas. One such vessel is the Requiem, captained by the young but wise, brave but dubious Nabopolassar “Bo” Travis. Alongside his first mate Ghassan, quartermaster Winter Burke and navigator Glover, Travis seeks treasure, female company and good drink. The Requiem’s legendary adventur ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published 2016
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Cindy Vallar
Nov 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing
In 1716 Captain Nabopolassar “Bo” Travis and the crew of the Requiem celebrate their success in defeating the skeletal army of Aqua Morti. Some drink and carouse, while Bo enjoys a delightful evening with the mayor’s daughter. But before the night ends this pirate, adventurer, and seeker of legends and treasures is drugged and kidnapped by men swathed in black. Nor is he the only member of his crew under attack. Quartermaster Winter Burke (the Requieum’s only female crewmember), navigator Glover ...more
Amy
Jun 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Of a Great Deep is the first introduction to the Windsong & Requiem series by
Chad Hunter. I enjoyed this 1716 era novel. I found it to be full of adventure, action, mystery and suspense. Captain Travis is a fun character. I was captivated with the story that, also, includes legends, myths and monsters.
What a wonderful magical tale! I give Of a Great Deep (Windsong & Requiem #1) four and a half stars. Most definitely worth a read and I recommend it.
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Chad Hunter was born in East Chicago, Indiana. Raised by a single mother in the city's Harbor section, he is the youngest of four. Growing up in the Midwest and a proudly self-proclaimed "Region Rat," Hunter has written and published several books and novels. He has written for magazines and newspapers throughout North America and has been published in several languages. His writings have been cal ...more