Sunday, September 09, 2007

The Restitution


Welcome to new friends surfing the Internet to keep up with The Restitution blog tour.

Wow. I could hardly put down The Restitution, MaryLu Tyndall’s third book in her Pirate trilogy. Thanks to MaryLu, I lost sleep and also lost time to work on my own writing. I became obsessed in the few days it took me to read this book.

The Restitution is a wonderful, swashbuckling, exciting read. I could feel the sand between my toes as I joined the adventure with Lady Isabel Ashton as she searched for her kidnapped son, the product of a violent encounter with pirate Kent Carlton—the one man who can help her recover little Frederick. The characterization is so well done in this novel that I feel I would recognize any number of the villains or heroes that roamed the Caribbean if I should run across them.

Truly, even if you don’t usually read historical novels, treat yourself to a few hours of pleasure aboard the Restitution amid a cast of characters that you’ll alternately cheer and jeer for. What a fun book to read. Thanks, MaryLu.


Mary Lu Tyndall spent her early years on the shores of South Florida. She graduated from San Jose State with a degree in Computer Science, and worked for a software company in Silicon Valley for fifteen years. She has been writing for more than twenty years, and currently lives in California with her husband, six children and three cats.


2 comments:

MaryLu said...

Megan, thanks so much for having me on your blog! I'm thrilled that you enjoyed The Restitution so much! Have a wonderful and blesssed Lord's Day!

Jan Parrish said...

I loved this book and am please to be a part of the tour on September 21st. Stop by and see my take.