Blood Captain

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Blood Captain

Blood Captain Twins Connor and Grace Tempest are no strangers to adventure and mystery Since being shipwrecked each has discovered a new world of sea faring friends and foes

  • Title: Blood Captain
  • Author: Justin Somper
  • ISBN: 9781416901020
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Twins Connor and Grace Tempest are no strangers to adventure and mystery Since being shipwrecked, each has discovered a new world of sea faring friends and foes.

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    1. Namerah on said:

      what theat was just so JUST HAPPENED??rauiwrh3874y3w57y323355trfERRORERRORMINDF**KI dont know whether this was the best ending ever or the worst. But the plot just blew my mind,it was so original and sensible.Vampires,pirates and a kick-ass story all in one book,thats what makes life good:P I was like:"ahhh,so this is what vampires are supposed to be,not glittering fairy princesses"If justin somper had written twilight,it would be kinda like this:there was once a vampire named edward:then:I thin [...]

    2. Zane Williams on said:

      I love these books! My favorite character is Connor, the pirate! And Lorcan is my favorite vampirate! I love them both! If I were in Vampirates I'd want to be a Buccaneer with Connor, Bart and Jes!

    3. Wolf (Alpha) on said:

      I loved this book. I like how Grace make the dangerous trip to the Sanctuary to save Lorcan. I like how she is show her own room, and how she makes sure that Sharie stays with her. I hate how they take the ribbons, and how it makes Sherrie attack Grace and hurt her. I like how Lorcan begins to regain his sight and how he will be fine. I hate how Oliver and Johnny betray Grace and join Sidorio. I like how Lorcan saves Grace from Johnny. I really enjoyed this book and would rate it 5 stars.

    4. colleen the convivial curmudgeon on said:

      3.5We continue the adventures of Connor and Grace, Connor on the pirate ship Diablo and Grace with the Vampirates, who are off to Sanctuary to try and find some healing for Lorcan.Like the second book, this one took awhile to really get started - I'd say it was a little more than halfway by the time things picked up. This wouldn't be so bad, as it's, in a way, a character based book, and I do like spending time with the characters - even when they do stupid and irritating things - but I felt tha [...]

    5. Mello on said:

      I had a hard time putting this one down, honestly. The storyline definitely unfolds more, and once you've started reading it unfolds rather quickly. The ending was unsatisfactory, because of the cliffhanger-esque ending. Very much ready to read the 4th book. The one thing that really keeps me from giving it 5 stars is that the setting keeps getting lost to me. We're supposed to be 500 years in the future, but it really feels like it's set in the 1700-1800's. Yes, there are nods here and there to [...]

    6. Zack Zocchi on said:

      After the twins Connor and Grace went their separate ways in the world, nothing is really like it seems. Old friends are reunited and some new ones are made, but old enemies return also. Grace goes back to the Vampirate ship to help Lorcan heal his sight. They then travel to a place called Sanctuary which is his only hope at recovering his sight. Connor returns to The Diablo after the betrayal at Pirate Academy. Both twins are faced with tough trials and are constantly getting into bad situation [...]

    7. Ash on said:

      Ok just finished the book around five seconds ago WTF that just happened at the end? Let me just say the book was BEYOND slow paced. I would give a max of pages of it's boring content around 300 pages but infact my copy contained 569 pages which is around the double of what it should've been. The plot didn't move that much forward Man this book was like watching boring tide of waves. It was just terrible. And the end OMG the end that was just a bit HILARIOUS I actually shouted WTH because of how [...]

    8. Crystal on said:

      I read the first two books a number of years ago, so at first I appreciated the brief recaps shown through the first few chapters. As I kept reading, I did not enjoy the constant switching between perspectives and the "filler"-style of writing I got from the text. Some parts moved very slowly, and some parts moved very fast. I'm not sure I want to read the other books in the series even though this ended on a cliffhanger and pretty much none of the questions raised were answered.

    9. JazzRizz on said:

      My very first book finished for '09.This was probably my favorite so far in the series. Lots of drama & conflict.I can hardly wait for the next book to come out.

    10. wendy on said:

      this book was good but the first two were better. seems like he's really leading us into another book. this one was setting us up for the next.

    11. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* on said:

      Somper, Justin Vampirates: Blood Captain. pg.569, Little Brown and Company. language-G, Sexual Content-G, Violence- PG. On The Diablo, Connor struggles to overcome the fact that he has killed. Grace goes to "sanctuary" with Lorcan to help heal him. I was pulled into the book and was surprised when there wasn't a single swear word. There was some violence but not enough to turn me away. I would gladly read this book again and again. MS, HS, ESSENTIAL. Student Reviewer: MPkissthebook/2008/

    12. Nykki on said:

      We liked it. Not as much as the others this one seemed to go up and down, long intervals of meh, with random highlights of action. The ending was kind of a cop-out cliff hanger to me. My son was reeled in by the ending but we'll likely be taking a break from this series before finishing because really this book could have been even better in 1/2 the word count. I would rate it a 2* my son rated it a 4* since he doesn't have a account we decided that a 3* was a solid middle ground for us.

    13. Lengleng on said:

      I knew the end was going to be a cliffhanger but I was still disappointed about it.This one proved to be page-turner for me. A lot of things happened, way more than I had expected, so I can barely remember most of the events. Still, it kept me reading until I got so sleepy I had to stop and turn in for the night. Now I may have to read what happens in the next book if I want to get some sleep tonight.

    14. Li Yuan on said:

      I found the story about vampire pirates was rather an interesting and creative story plot. However, I could only read this third book of this trilogy. Honestly, I like the story plot and the developments of the characters. It's rather interesting to have both protagonist under the surname of Tempest, subtly reminded me of Shakespearean's "The Tempest". Although the vampires do not the same cliche of Stoker's Dracula, I like to way the author end the story with a suspense for each volume. Well wr [...]

    15. Tylerjoyce on said:

      The book Blood Captain has many attracting factors. First the characters have many traits that make them unique and different from every other character in the book

    16. Tomas Reid on said:

      Vampirates the blood captain is the third book in the series that picks up after Grace learns the name of the first Vampirate ship, The Nocturne, you learn the importants of the ship in the empire of the night. The book is about Grace looking for the Vampirate Guru, who she's hoping to heal her friend Lorcan from blindness. I think she's an idiot for trying to get help from the enemy because her brother Connor has been fighting the Vampirates since the first book. I think it's a mistake to trust [...]

    17. Sarah on said:

      Connor took to life aboard the Diablo like a duck to water and loves being a pirate, well he did before Captain Wrathe's nephew Moonshine joined the crew. Now he's not so sure, especially when Moonshine's actions cause problems for him and his friends, perhaps the pirate life isn't the best thing for him after all. Meanwhile Grace travels to Sanctuary with Lorcan where they hope that the Vampirate guru Mosh Zu Kamal will be able to cure Lorcan's blindness. But why is Mosh Zu so interested in Gra [...]

    18. Gabriel on said:

      En su día, hace ya muchísimos años, me enamoré de los dos primeros libros de Vampiratas. Mi memoria es horrible y debería haberme releído los dos primeros antes de leer Sangre de capitán, pero no lo hice. Aun así, y a pesar de lo poquísimo que recordaba de los dos primeros libros, he disfrutado mucho con la tercera entrega. Es uno de los libros más amenos que he leído en bastante tiempo. He querido leer 3 capítulos al día y he acabado doblando esa cantidad en más ocasiones de las q [...]

    19. Kim Dyer on said:

      This novel is the longest one in the series so far and it really did not benefit from this fact. The story was slow moving and took well over half of the novel to feel as though it was doing anything. The novel is also severely lacking in action. Although there are one or two fast-paced scenes, it is largely just 500+ pages of characters talking and so lacked the movement of earlier instalments.I think Blood Captain should perhaps have focused on Grace's story a little more. The vampire Sanctuar [...]

    20. Taylor Neal on said:

      Grace and Connor's lives are taking another turn as their different situation put them in different circumstances. Grace takes Lorcan to a healing place called Sanctuary where the great Vampirate guru, Mosh Zu Kamal, resides. Lorcan's healing is a bit more serious than originally thought but with the help of Grace, Mosh Zu feels he can make a full recovery. Connor deals with the spoiled heir to the Wrathe's fortune, Moonshine Wrathe who hates him for events that Connor doesn't even recall. When [...]

    21. Cheryl Landmark on said:

      Actual Rating: 3.5 StarsThis was another fairly good installment in this swashbuckling series, which is an intriguing mix of both pirates and vampires.Connor and Grace chose two very different paths to follow--Connor signing up as a pirate aboard Molucco Wrathe's ship The Diablo, and Grace remaining on the Vampirate ship The Nocturne. Both choices led the brother and sister into adventure, danger, intrigue and secrets. The story was told from both of their perspectives, which gave us a good look [...]

    22. Rawanaat on said:

      I began reading the vampirate series from the fifth book but it wasn't so hard to catch up on the story however there were a few things that i started to wonder about so I thought about reading it from the beginning. I loved the first book and the second too but I think that Blood Captain is my second favorite in the series, of course Empire of Night being my first. It cleared a lot of questions that I thought about and it showed a new side of some of the main characters, like Grace who usually [...]

    23. Zach Zionts on said:

      This book is the third book in the vampirates series, but I have not read the two previous books. I think these books aren't all that compicated so you could jump to any in the series, but I would recommend reading them In order. This series is good for anyone who likes fantasy and aventure, and isn't looking for to challenging of a read. The book is about two twins. Connor and Grace. There Dad died in one of the previous books, but now they have began there own adventures. Connor is aboard a no [...]

    24. Vickie on said:

      Ahhhhnture on the high Vampirate seasis is a superbly fun series. Plenty of action in both Vampirate and regular pirate varietal. What's great about this series is that piracy is an accepted form of occupation. There is a Pirate Academy for the non-Vampirate and Sanctuary for the vampires who wish to become Vampirates. Sanctuary helps the vampires become less addicted to the bloodlust and more of a mellower vampire. The story trades back and forth between Grace's and then Connor's point of view. [...]

    25. Elizabeth *Swords for Fighting* on said:

      It seems like each book in the Vampirates series gets better and better! I loved Blood Captain, the third installment in the series, more than the first two. I must admit that I enjoy Grace's story so much more than Connor's. Even though they are twins, the paths that they have chosen are so completely different. Connor has his pirate dreams while Grace feels right at home on the Vampirate ship. I find Grace's interaction and relationships with the vampires so interesting. My favorite parts in t [...]

    26. Ali on said:

      The Vampirates series by Justin Somper tells the story of 14 year-old twins Grace and Connor Tempest. Their story begins in Demons of the Ocean when, after the tragic death of their father, the twins head out to sea. They are caught in a vicious storm and are seperated by the current. Connor is saved by Cheng Li, a young deputy aboard the pirate ship The Diablo. He is brought aboard and made one of the crew, where he enjoys an exciting life of piracey and adventure. Meanwhile, Grace on the other [...]

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