Across The Sea

Across The Sea Francis Bright is a twelve year old boy living in sixteenth century England Six months after his older brother s mysterious disappearance Francis stumbles upon a clue which might reveal what really h

  • Title: Across The Sea
  • Author: Eric Marier
  • ISBN: 9781452381022
  • Page: 226
  • Format: ebook
  • Francis Bright is a twelve year old boy living in sixteenth century England Six months after his older brother s mysterious disappearance, Francis stumbles upon a clue which might reveal what really happened As everyone around him questions his find, Francis is stolen away by the notorious Brotherhood of Blood and taken aboard a ship bound for the high seas With the dupFrancis Bright is a twelve year old boy living in sixteenth century England Six months after his older brother s mysterious disappearance, Francis stumbles upon a clue which might reveal what really happened As everyone around him questions his find, Francis is stolen away by the notorious Brotherhood of Blood and taken aboard a ship bound for the high seas With the duplicitous Royal Navy fast on their trail, and the Spanish Armada conspiring with his murderous captors, Francis discovers that he is the key to unlocking the biggest mystery of all a nine thousand year old riddle named Atlantis.

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    About “Eric Marier

    • Eric Marier

      I live in Ontario, Canada and I still miss the TV shows Lost and Twin Peaks Six of my novels are now available at the Kindle book store Across The Sea, Here, Forever Book One of The Abandoned, The Dark Child Book Two of The Abandoned, The Other Boy Book Three of The Abandoned and Night Twin Book Four of The Abandoned.You can email me anytime at ericmarier at gmail dot com, or follow me on Twitter ericmarier I read and answer all correspondence and I d love to hear from you.



    361 thoughts on “Across The Sea

    • It's midnight now here in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, and I've just finished reading Eric Marier's fantastic story, Across the Sea. I used up several Kleenex towards the end, but just had to write you and tell you how much I loved the story. The eternal war between good & evil, the possibility of someone being spiritually revived, the steely bonds of friendship, and especially the strength & perseverance of a woman/girl's love for friends and/or family, a sibling's constant love, a [...]


    • This book isn't the kind of book I normally read but it quickly drew me in. The first third of the book kept me very interested and curious about what would happen next. After that, I grew slightly bored and tired with all of the fight scenes. I'm sure they were necessary, but I (personally) found them a bit tedious.I had a hard time keeping all of the Captains and boats straight in my head. That's probably a shortcoming on my own part and not on the author's. I did enjoy this book and would rec [...]


    • Competing pirates, the Treasure of Atlantis, and average kids who become heroes make this book an adventure most young adults (and old adults!) will enjoy. The story is engaging and the characters fun and unique. The only negative for me was that I didn't feel the dialogue style fit the time period (1587). What I loved about it is there is a boy and a girl hero, so this book will appeal equally to both.


    • This is a semi-fantasy, semi-adventure story about a couple of kids finding the secret of Atlantis. They didn't set out to do so, but pirates and war just pushed them into it along the way.Fun enough that I read the whole thing. If I don't like a book, I don't finish or bother to rate it.Something that reviewers here and other sites don't seem to understand is that three stars is not a pan, but a Liked It grade. Most irritating features: the constant smiles tossed back and forth between characte [...]


    • Across the Sea is a pirate adventure taking a young boy, Francis, and his friend Lily on a quest to rescue Francis' brother Michael who was abducted by the infamous pirate Boden. Little do they know Michael and then Francis are but a pawn in the search for the treasures of the Lost City of Atlantis. Francis and Lily are relentless in their quest to rescue Michael and face many trials along the way that include not only swashbuckling pirates but also the British and Spanish armies.In the end Fran [...]


    • Atlantis AdventureA rollicking adventure for all ages and gender. Especially refreshing is the lack of profanity and sex so you can enjoy reading. While adults of questionable intent are ruthlessly seeking the treasures of lost Atlantis, a young boy and girl desperately try to rescue friends from danger. Highly entertaining and well written.


    • FantasticIt's been a long time that I've read a book that I got into as much as this one. It an epic adventure that's draws you in and doesn't let go until the last page. I can't wait to read more from this author.


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